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April 12, 2013, 07:25:04 AM
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Everyone who's hitting these issues, what does your history look like? Is there any indication as to when your money vanishes?

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April 12, 2013, 07:46:16 AM
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Everyone who's hitting these issues, what does your history look like? Is there any indication as to when your money vanishes?

for me, there's a btc withdrawal on btc-e, blockchain shows the transaction at 35 confirmations, but no corresponding credit to the gox account.  it would have hit around the time mtgox was down (for the second time, about an hour after resuming trades). 

anyone have insight on this?  it was a relatively small amount but it does make me realize the level of trust we're placing in a company against whom we have no legal recourse.
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April 12, 2013, 07:59:04 AM
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Everyone who's hitting these issues, what does your history look like? Is there any indication as to when your money vanishes?

for me, there's a btc withdrawal on btc-e, blockchain shows the transaction at 35 confirmations, but no corresponding credit to the gox account.  it would have hit around the time mtgox was down (for the second time, about an hour after resuming trades). 

anyone have insight on this?  it was a relatively small amount but it does make me realize the level of trust we're placing in a company against whom we have no legal recourse.

Seems you got the financial 'hair cut'.
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April 12, 2013, 08:01:27 AM
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Gox debit/credit both are extremely slow now.

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April 12, 2013, 08:04:40 AM
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Everyone who's hitting these issues, what does your history look like? Is there any indication as to when your money vanishes?

for me, there's a btc withdrawal on btc-e, blockchain shows the transaction at 35 confirmations, but no corresponding credit to the gox account.  it would have hit around the time mtgox was down (for the second time, about an hour after resuming trades). 

anyone have insight on this?  it was a relatively small amount but it does make me realize the level of trust we're placing in a company against whom we have no legal recourse.

Seems you got the financial 'hair cut'.

i've never been in a position to receive a financial haircut before. truly, i have arrived.  Cool
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April 12, 2013, 08:08:12 AM
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I placed a couple of orders while it was lagging last night, they appeared straight away in the web interface but when refreshing it tries to fetch your current orders again and it took forever, like they didn't exist.
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April 12, 2013, 08:13:41 AM
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gox owes me imaginary profits of a 1000$ per bitcoin wtf
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April 12, 2013, 11:27:04 AM
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New orders are immediately queued in a FIFO queue -- which is a very cheap operation.

They are then taken out of this queue, and matched in the orderbook.

When this queue is very long, there is a considerable delay between submitting your order and, that order getting matched, so it can appear that (for example) the market price is well bid at $150 , you submit a 'sell at $130$ order, and then you see the market trade at $100, your order not executed.


Gox need to indicate WHEN there is a fast-market , and ideally estimate and publish the lag.

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April 12, 2013, 11:37:13 AM
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New orders are immediately queued in a FIFO queue -- which is a very cheap operation.

They are then taken out of this queue, and matched in the orderbook.

When this queue is very long, there is a considerable delay between submitting your order and, that order getting matched, so it can appear that (for example) the market price is well bid at $150 , you submit a 'sell at $130$ order, and then you see the market trade at $100, your order not executed.


Gox need to indicate WHEN there is a fast-market , and ideally estimate and publish the lag.



https://data.mtgox.com/api/1/generic/order/lag
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