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April 09, 2013, 08:44:31 AM
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still no response to my support ticket about my missing bitcoins, it's been 7 days.
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April 09, 2013, 08:57:44 AM
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Dunno, seems sensible to me. Systems were hacked, who knows if there isn't some nice backdoor still running on the servers just waiting for a chance to cash out from the hot wallet.

Alll of the important Linux systems I've built have been scripted.  Thus, I can re-image a host which I have any concern about in a matter of minutes, and I often keep checksums of every file on a virgin system.  On BSD systems I can and have re-build world on just an unexplained re-boot just in case.  And none of my systems are even sensitive enough to hold passwords, much less financial data.  I don't even consider myself a competent system administrator!

The skill level demonstrated by most Bitcoin related 'businesses' is simply appalling to me, particularly since there is a financial component.  No wonder fucking near every one of them has been hacked.

Hey want to do a bitcoin start-up with me? .... You sound like just the guy I'm looking for.

Hire somebody from openbsd-dev or henning brauer for consulting, the guy who maintains pf. He runs http://www.bsws.de/ and offers managed servers. Run the cold wallet yourself. Or look into google app engine and trust google's infrastructure
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April 09, 2013, 10:10:52 AM
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Has anyone else been able to withdraw coins from btcentral to local wallets (on your pc)? My withdrawal is still pending and doesn't show up in the block chain.
My coin arrived! Took about 44 hours, but it has 12 confirmations by now Smiley
They pay a transaction fee of 0.0005 btw.

still no response to my support ticket about my missing bitcoins, it's been 7 days.
I had an answer to my support ticket in about 30 hours. I'd think they are either investigating it, or putting it off to investigate later (there are probably 10.000 other support requests coming in, most of which are much quicker to answer, and being speedy now won't help in your case). I do agree with you that it's been a while, they could at least tell you the status... In fact, it would be nice if the support system showed your position in the queue.

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April 09, 2013, 10:13:54 AM
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took me about 2h to withdraw ~50 BTC.
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April 09, 2013, 11:55:08 AM
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Yep, they are accepting withdrawals again in full force. nice.

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April 09, 2013, 12:02:36 PM
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And now they're down Sad

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April 09, 2013, 12:22:17 PM
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rhaaaa this site!

The cost of mediation increases transaction costs, limiting the
minimum practical transaction size and cutting off the possibility for small casual transactions

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April 09, 2013, 12:34:24 PM
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UPDATE:
My withdrawal finally got completed (after more than 48 hours), but now bitcoin-central is down again.
I still had some funds there which I was not yet able to withdraw.
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May 26, 2013, 01:03:50 PM
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davout, is it possible to get a list of trades with the following info for my bitcoin-central account:

  • trade_id (optional but makes sense for updates and such)
  • timestamp (or at least date)
  • currency pair
  • price
  • amount
  • buy/sell

and a list of deposits and withdrawals?


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May 27, 2013, 08:13:24 AM
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davout, is it possible to get a list of trades with the following info for my bitcoin-central account:

  • trade_id (optional but makes sense for updates and such)
  • timestamp (or at least date)
  • currency pair
  • price
  • amount
  • buy/sell

and a list of deposits and withdrawals?

Yes, email me.

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May 27, 2013, 05:17:34 PM
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Any ETA on bitcentral comeback ?

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May 28, 2013, 01:01:33 PM
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Paymium is talking now to potential banking partners: this should not take a whole lot longer.
In parallel, the Paymium dev team is working on enhanced security, peformance and GUI.
Stay tuned..

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May 29, 2013, 06:59:51 AM
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Paymium is talking now to potential banking partners: this should not take a whole lot longer.
In parallel, the Paymium dev team is working on enhanced security, peformance and GUI.
Stay tuned..


Good luck in finding a bank that its CEO hasn't heard about Liberty Reserve.

My guess is that no bank will touch Paymium in fear of opening the doors for a money laundering investigation.

Any bank that does allow Paymium as a client, probably has low due diligence standards and should be avoided.

Can't wait till you publicly name the bank you get lucky to team up with. I'm sure they, too, can't wait to see their name in print.
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May 29, 2013, 12:14:26 PM
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Paymium is talking now to potential banking partners: this should not take a whole lot longer.
In parallel, the Paymium dev team is working on enhanced security, peformance and GUI.
Stay tuned..


Good luck in finding a bank that its CEO hasn't heard about Liberty Reserve.

My guess is that no bank will touch Paymium in fear of opening the doors for a money laundering investigation.

Any bank that does allow Paymium as a client, probably has low due diligence standards and should be avoided.

Can't wait till you publicly name the bank you get lucky to team up with. I'm sure they, too, can't wait to see their name in print.

Thanks for your kind words, Phinnaeus Gaga.

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May 30, 2013, 01:56:14 AM
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Thanks for your kind words, Phinnaeus Gaga.

I think you spelled his name wrong. Since you seem to be a genuine and nice guy Boussac, that care for customers and act very professionally, I assume it was just your browser spell checker that went awry. Could happen to the best.
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May 30, 2013, 09:05:59 AM
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What about the hosting company? If I remember right, there was some trouble with OVH.

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May 30, 2013, 12:24:00 PM
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Paymium is talking now to potential banking partners: this should not take a whole lot longer.
In parallel, the Paymium dev team is working on enhanced security, peformance and GUI.
Stay tuned..


Good luck in finding a bank that its CEO hasn't heard about Liberty Reserve.

My guess is that no bank will touch Paymium in fear of opening the doors for a money laundering investigation.

Any bank that does allow Paymium as a client, probably has low due diligence standards and should be avoided.

Can't wait till you publicly name the bank you get lucky to team up with. I'm sure they, too, can't wait to see their name in print.

I think you're being a bit dramatic. It is entirely possible to team up with a bank in such a way that the bank isn't exposed in a bad way. Compliance, compliance, compliance. We should all be making that happen. 

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May 30, 2013, 12:35:04 PM
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Paymium is talking now to potential banking partners: this should not take a whole lot longer.
In parallel, the Paymium dev team is working on enhanced security, peformance and GUI.
Stay tuned..


Good luck in finding a bank that its CEO hasn't heard about Liberty Reserve.

My guess is that no bank will touch Paymium in fear of opening the doors for a money laundering investigation.

Any bank that does allow Paymium as a client, probably has low due diligence standards and should be avoided.

Can't wait till you publicly name the bank you get lucky to team up with. I'm sure they, too, can't wait to see their name in print.

I think you're being a bit dramatic. It is entirely possible to team up with a bank in such a way that the bank isn't exposed in a bad way. Compliance, compliance, compliance. We should all be making that happen. 


I've seen some of the paperwork involved between a bank on one side and a bitcoinmarket on the other.

NOT trivial AT ALL, no matter how nicely you can spell "compliance".
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May 30, 2013, 12:37:16 PM
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Paymium is talking now to potential banking partners: this should not take a whole lot longer.
In parallel, the Paymium dev team is working on enhanced security, peformance and GUI.
Stay tuned..


Good luck in finding a bank that its CEO hasn't heard about Liberty Reserve.

My guess is that no bank will touch Paymium in fear of opening the doors for a money laundering investigation.

Any bank that does allow Paymium as a client, probably has low due diligence standards and should be avoided.

Can't wait till you publicly name the bank you get lucky to team up with. I'm sure they, too, can't wait to see their name in print.

I think you're being a bit dramatic. It is entirely possible to team up with a bank in such a way that the bank isn't exposed in a bad way. Compliance, compliance, compliance. We should all be making that happen. 


I've seen some of the paperwork involved between a bank on one side and a bitcoinmarket on the other.
NOT trivial AT ALL, no matter how nicely you can spell "compliance".

I was assuming they would hire someone who has done more then just 'seen' some paperwork. Thanks for your expert opinion in once having glimpsed a stack of paper that you didn't understand.

If they are a real company they will hire a lawyer with regulatory compliance experience.

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May 30, 2013, 12:38:56 PM
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Compliance, compliance, compliance. We should all be making that happen. 
It is not possible even if you want to. Bitcoin is not compatible with current banking regulations. Your money service business will be compatible only if you can confiscate money from customer accounts. It is not possible with bitcoins. This is why bitcoin is illegal by definition! Of course, there is nothing wrong with bitcoin. This is current money laws that need to be changed.
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