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1201  Other / Off-topic / Re: At Least Bitcoin Won't Be Associated With A Card Game Anymore... on: February 26, 2014, 07:11:11 AM
You got that right. Anyway he won this round, I'll tell you that. We'll see who will win the next one.

MtGox owner?

there is no next round, he ran away with the money..

Karp-o-Funnel comes to mind, Mark my word.
1202  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Source close to potential investors: 3 companies bidding on Gox on: February 26, 2014, 05:57:37 AM
seriously there's no way in hell the actual transaction is worth three hundred million Earth dollars

it'll be some sort of mob deal, and it'll make sense at that level, and we'll never know

It could simply change hands for an undisclosed amount equally to or greater than tree-fitty.
1203  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Source close to potential investors: 3 companies bidding on Gox on: February 26, 2014, 05:04:07 AM
Dutchman Paul Buitink from debitcoin.org tweets:

"Just heard from a source close to the potential investors that the @twobitidiot document is authentic. 3 companies now bidding on @MtGox"

https://twitter.com/paulbuitink

Says he will update when further info available.

BitPay
Memory Dealers
Dream Host
Mayzus

That's my four guesses. I have a hunch that the latter will win.

Yep! Definitely Mayzus.

The following release was on Gox's site, albeit altered, prior to it going dark. The following can still be seen on their FB page as their last entry.

http://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/2013/12/19/mt-gox-fee-discount/

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Press Release by Mt. Gox: 25% fee discount and improved deposit speed
 David Parker  19/12/2013  Bitcoin, Mt. Gox, News, Press Releases
Posted 2 months ago

TOKYO – JAPAN – December 19, 2013

Dear MtGox Customers,Thank you for your patience and support all throughout 2013.
As we noted in our previous update there are many things happening, and we’re proud to announce two more major developments that will make MtGox both easier and more economical for our valued customers:
- Special fee discounts for the winter holidays to celebrate reaching one million customers.
- A new partnership with payment provider Mayzus Financial Services

1) One million MtGox customers and reduced fees for the holidays!

Thanks to our loyal customer and increased global interest in Bitcoin, MtGox has now achieved a milestone of over one million customers and growing.
This is an incredible moment for us all, and to celebrate, we are offering a Special Holiday Discount of 25% off all trading fees starting today, December 20th 2013 to January 20th 2014!*

2) Mayzus Partnership

We are proud to announce a new partnership with Mayzus  that will enable our customers outside of the United States to deposit quickly and without long processing times.

Now that we are working with Mayzus, a leading financial company that is in-tune with the future of Bitcoin, anyone with a verified account will be able to quickly send money to their MtGox account via 126 global currencies.
For more information about methods accepted on Mayzus, please refer to this link: https://www.mayzus.com/en/deposit-withdrawal.html

Mayzus FAQ:

Q: It’s great that deposits are fast, but what about withdrawals?
A: Withdrawals are coming with Mayzus, but not just yet. Phase One is enabling deposits, and Phase Two will be deeper integration with Mayzus that creates a better experience and allows for withdrawals as well.

Q: I’m in the United States. What about me?
A: We are not ignoring you. We have been working hard to improve the withdrawal process as well.

Q: How do we get started?
A: first you will need to have a verified account with Mayzus. If you don’t have one already you can create one here:  https://secure.moneypolo.com/registration

Once verified, you will be able to deposit within the “Funding Options” menu on the MtGox dashboard. Choose “Mayzus” from the drop-down menu and follow the simple steps.

3) Additional Note:

Don’t forget to secure your account with a one-time password solution such as Google Authenticator or the MtGox Yubikey or OTP Card solutions.
Look for more information in the security center when you login to your MtGox account.

Thank you again for your support,

*The Special Holiday Discount of 25 % will be applied for any trade issued from December 20th 2013 (00h00 GMT) to January 20th 2014 (23h59 GMT).

Regards
Mt.Gox Co. Ltd Team.

1204  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Source close to potential investors: 3 companies bidding on Gox on: February 26, 2014, 03:53:36 AM
Dutchman Paul Buitink from debitcoin.org tweets:

"Just heard from a source close to the potential investors that the @twobitidiot document is authentic. 3 companies now bidding on @MtGox"

https://twitter.com/paulbuitink

Says he will update when further info available.

BitPay
Memory Dealers
Dream Host
Mayzus

That's my four guesses. I have a hunch that the latter will win.
1205  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: MtGox withdrawal delays [Gathering] on: February 26, 2014, 03:51:12 AM
This thread start over ten months ago, with nearly 5400 posts and over a quarter of a million views... And nobody seen this day coming.
1206  Other / Off-topic / Re: Thanks to blockchain.info, I've traced where most of the funds on Mt Gox went. on: February 26, 2014, 03:46:00 AM


I don't really care about a few swindled bitcoins, heck, worse things happen in this modern-day Deadwood.

I just wanna see what this cat is looking at

1207  Other / Off-topic / Re: Thanks to blockchain.info, I've traced where most of the funds on Mt Gox went. on: February 26, 2014, 03:30:47 AM
Follow my lead to help me find the rest.

1208  Other / Off-topic / Thanks to blockchain.info, I've traced where most of the funds on Mt Gox went. on: February 26, 2014, 03:29:36 AM












1209  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Mt Gox is bankrupt, and Mark Karpeles is a thief! on: February 26, 2014, 03:19:30 AM
I wouldn't be surprised if a year later my computer freezes and the screen is forever showing a picture of him holding a frappichino. It'll be a new kind of troll virus.

Introducing the Karppuccino: (insert best humor tagline here--the word 'stink', as in the fish, comes to mind)
1210  Other / Off-topic / Re: What does it mean if two periods are typed in a row? on: February 26, 2014, 01:36:30 AM
It's code!

One period is an "e".
Two periods is an "i".
Three periods is an "s".

In some languages, period denotes dot.

If you encounter a complex correspondence with a myriad of periods/dots, be on the lookout for hyphens and dashes as well, of which correspond to "t" and "m", respectively. The keyword is "times", and the code goes back to 1984 when Cyndi Lauper sang her hit.
I'm assuming you're making a reference to morse code?

Morse-Code. I like that!.. I wonder if the name--or something similar--is brandable... Then again..
1211  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Mt Gox is bankrupt, and Mark Karpeles is a thief! on: February 26, 2014, 12:32:22 AM
This is Bitcoin:   Steal millions - Get beat up on an Internet forum - Profit!   Cool

The memes! Don't forget to include the memes in your assessment.
1212  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Mt Gox is bankrupt, and Mark Karpeles is a thief! on: February 26, 2014, 12:28:58 AM
So far Mark is a reliable and trustworthy person, i will fight for him until proven otherwise!
He´s Bitcoin´s savior!


"Tell us more, Great One!"
1213  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: BFL fucks us over again on: February 25, 2014, 11:25:27 PM
Now that Guzman has been captured, I wonder if monarchs will make a comeback in Mexico.

<@Josh: This is a humor post and hope that in no way it affects my weekly payments from BFL to keep my mouth shut.  Roll Eyes>

Since you work for Josh Smiley , do you know why their forums are down?

https://forums.butterflylabs.com/

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This page (https://forums.butterflylabs.com/) is currently offline.

I'm dying to read the weekly non-progress update.

Due to an NDA, I'm not at liberty to discuss why or how the butterflies got into our their server, short-circuiting the site.

Seriously, I ain't got a clue, but do find it odd. Perhaps the site's just being revamped (no pun intended).
1214  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: The mysterious MtGox buyer on: February 25, 2014, 09:08:54 PM
Who would want to buy Mtgox, They are being sued for 75 Million by coinlabs, they have 10+ million seized by coinlabs and the US gouv. They owe 10's of millions to their clients.

Mtgox is the worst buy ever. The only one I see buying mtgox may be coinlabs and thats a stretch

You're stretching too far!



I second the motion! "All in" for Bitcoin Jesus!!

Ergo, if you were Mark, would you move your office all the way across town, or only a block away? I'm just asking!
1215  Other / Off-topic / Re: You're not goinna believe who got who into Litecoin mining. on: February 25, 2014, 09:01:04 PM
I'm not sure is I get it,
who is this, and why won't I believe he's into litecoin mining?
Also; fix title, the grammar is painful.

I purposely constructed the title to read as it does, albeit I now noticed that I misspelled 'gonna', originally typing going, then dropped the 'g' for the 'na'.

Using the word 'who', especially twice, was meant to evoke 'Dr. Who'. another time traveler.

The device that Braxton is holding resembles a gaming card, similar to what's used for crypto mining, namely Litecoin. Think GPU.

In the OP, I was implying that Braxton was giving Captain Janeway a GPU so that she would get into Litecoin mining, hence: You're not gonna believe who got who into Litecoin mining. Not believing it because it would disrupt the Temporal Prime Directive.

Surely, you can at least give me credit for reaching into the delta quadrant of my mind so that I was able to share this with you, can't you?
1216  Other / Off-topic / Re: What does it mean if two periods are typed in a row? on: February 25, 2014, 08:44:53 PM
It's code!

One period is an "e".
Two periods is an "i".
Three periods is an "s".

In some languages, period denotes dot.

If you encounter a complex correspondence with a myriad of periods/dots, be on the lookout for hyphens and dashes as well, of which correspond to "t" and "m", respectively. The keyword is "times", and the code goes back to 1984 when Cyndi Lauper sang her hit.
1217  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: When LTC will be on GOX ? on: February 25, 2014, 07:49:22 PM
In the multiverse somewhere there is Mt.Gox that isn't totally shit and has happy customers.  Cry


"There it is! 1Drt3c8pSdrkyjuBiwVcSSixZwQtMZ3Tew"
1218  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: DONT LET MARK KARPÈLES LEAVE THE COUNTRY! on: February 25, 2014, 07:49:00 PM
Nice thread! You beat me on this one.

Mark Karpeles has been skimming Mt Gox for a while now, putting BTC into 1Drt3c8pSdrkyjuBiwVcSSixZwQtMZ3Tew: https://blockchain.info/address/1BSbX5aH6Kfur5eaHgjvjwG4Voww4FBmT6

If Mark is still in Japan, is there anyway to get his passport revoked so that he can't leave the country?
1219  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: When LTC will be on GOX ? on: February 25, 2014, 07:43:58 PM
Never, gox is dead

They're not dead, they're moving... didn't you get the memo a few days ago?


"Surely, there's something you can do!"
1220  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Gox Report stating it is 50% solvent? Thoughts? on: February 25, 2014, 07:26:30 PM
They underestimate their liability anyway…

744,408 BTC (MtGox av price 160 USD= 119,105,280 USD)

The real price is 500 USD if not more.

I think in the end they will offer users to withdraw fiat only and they will pay $100 - $150 per bitcoin or whatever was the last price. I also think that now they will try to sell their clients' bitcoins to other exchanges at $500+ . This is the only way they can pay. Either that or they will not pay anything to anyone.

Yes... but you are forgetting that apparently they don't have their client's bitcoins!

I'm starting to think that this could be the sale of the century for Mark et al.

EDIT: a team with the skills needs to hunker down and start an audit of every transaction related to Gox since the start. Is this already underway somewhere?

Yes! Jack Black is on it...


"And poof! Bitcoinica disappears."

...along with his side project.


"Stand over there holding a frappuccino so that I can adjust the sights."
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