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Question: Which is the exchange you would recommend and use yourself.
MtGox - 19 (29.2%)
Bitstamp - 13 (20%)
Bitcoin-central - 6 (9.2%)
Cavirtex - 2 (3.1%)
BTC-e - 8 (12.3%)
Bitcoin24 (Closed down!!!) - 4 (6.2%)
Bitfloor - 3 (4.6%)
Vircurex - 1 (1.5%)
Other (please post) - 9 (13.8%)
Total Voters: 65

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April 13, 2013, 12:28:30 PM
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I am using bitcoin.de, it seems secure to me and I have not had any problems with it.
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April 13, 2013, 12:35:20 PM
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Gox is most secure.

Yeah, if you don't count that time they leaked their password data then crashed the market as someone sold everything in some early adopter's account.

And if you don't count them keeping your money secure from it's legal owner with their withdrawal limits.

And if you don't count them being a Japanese company and impossible to sue from the rest of the world if they rob you.
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