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June 09, 2011, 11:48:21 PM
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Since it takes days and days for money to flow through Dwolla is there anyway to determine how much is in the pipe?

This would be highly valuable information to have.
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June 10, 2011, 03:09:39 AM
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Since it takes days and days for money to flow through Dwolla is there anyway to determine how much is in the pipe?

This would be highly valuable information to have.
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If it's coming into Dwolla via your bank, you can see it in the Pending tab after you login to Dwolla. If it's coming from MtGox, well... Just look at your account history and do some accounting.

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June 10, 2011, 03:42:14 AM
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If it's coming into Dwolla via your bank, you can see it in the Pending tab after you login to Dwolla. If it's coming from MtGox, well... Just look at your account history and do some accounting.

I think the question was regarding the aggregate amount.  If cash in the Twilight Zone of Dwolla -> MtGox represents money intended to be spent on bitcoins, then knowing how much cash was held up trying to make it into buy orders would give someone an insight into future pricing.  After all, the number of bitcoins are growing at a known, relatively steady, rate.  They are a finite resource.  Knowing how much fiat demand was about to be available to fight for that finite resource would be very valuable information.

And, given the increasing coverage in the MSM, one has to suspect that there is a pent up demand working its way into the exchanges.
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June 10, 2011, 04:28:26 AM
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This information isn't visible to anybody prior to the Dwolla -> MtGox transfer. After that, it is only visible to MagicalTux and his staff until it is put on the exchange. MagicalTux does not use MtGox, and I suspect the same rule is in effect for his staff.

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