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April 11, 2013, 11:15:30 PM
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Announcing: Toronto Bitcoin Exchange - Now testing with TestNET

Reddit URL: http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/1c5wn0/btctocom_brand_new_exchange_help_us_test_it/

Please read the following before visiting our site...

We're almost ready to roll out the red carpet, but first we want to test our system out with TestNet Bitcoins which are Bitcoins on the testing network.

What we are hoping for is some feedback on the overall system, bugs, exploits, etc - please send feedback to hello@btcto.com - try to keep it off the forums here.

Things to know

We've seeded the exchange with a few thousand bitcoins and put them up for sale - you can also transfer yourself some using your exchange wallet address (from deposits screen) - send the testnet coins from here: http://tpfaucet.appspot.com/.

    - We have not set a GO-LIVE date, we'll go live when we are ready and the site is secure and working perfectly.

    - The API is being tested privately, and should be available for testing soon

    - All new accounts get $100.00 play money. If you'd like more, please email us.

    - We are also testing LTC (Litecoin) and a couple other crypto currencies, however they’re not ready to for this round and still on the development servers.

    - DNS May still be going cloudflare, try again later if so (you'll get a certificate warning). For the first testing phase, we are not hooking up cloudflare, it should expose us to more.

I'd like to also mention, the servers are not yet hardened as we are going through a PCI-DSS scan on a separate set of servers, once that is done, they will be active, however, enjoy the lack of PCI-DSS in the meantime.

PLEASE NOTE, THERE ARE SOME THINGS NOT ROLLED OUT YET, AND YOU WILL SEE BROKEN LINKS, please ignore them.

If you see anything crazy, feel free to contact us at hello@btcto.com

And if you'd like to test with us, to make Bitcoin/Litecoin Better, the URL is: http://btcto.com
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April 18, 2013, 07:14:29 PM
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The leading Canadian BTC exchange right now is cavirtex, with 1.2K BTC of volume. How are you going to compete with them? Your site design is certainly better, but you need to provide tangible benefits if you want anyone to use your exchange. The biggest downside of cavirtex is their fees (3% trade fee + $6 for withdraw), so having low fees will definitely make me switch.

It is pitch black. You are likely to be eaten by a grue.

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