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June 04, 2013, 05:42:21 PM
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I'll venture a wild guess: up up UP? Smiley


DOWN Down down: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=179777.0

Bank of America blocks wire transfers to MtGox.

EDIT: Sorry. The old news  Sad But it's still not solved
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June 04, 2013, 05:48:34 PM
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Panic! Bitstamp price is 0.00!!

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June 04, 2013, 05:50:39 PM
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Panic! Bitstamp price is 0.00!!

I'm wondering what's up there. Bitstamp was down many times today, but it only took some seconds to get back online.
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June 04, 2013, 05:52:09 PM
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I'm wondering what's up there. Bitstamp was down many times today, but it only took some seconds to get back online.

Yes, Bitstamp is not ideal too.
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June 04, 2013, 05:54:55 PM
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bitstasmp isn't longer hours updated on bitcoinity
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June 04, 2013, 06:10:43 PM
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Does anyone else imagine a puking sound when few 100k dollar dump happens?  Grin
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June 04, 2013, 06:14:19 PM
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Does anyone else imagine a puking sound when few 100k dollar dump happens?  Grin

Nah. Abba's Money, money, money starts playing in my head though.
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June 04, 2013, 06:17:28 PM
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When we see that banner on the mtgox domain , i'm sure the market cap will explode into a huge market CRAP.
FTFY.

IF this happens, there will be a market shock but once there is an exchange that fully complies with regulations, it will have monopoly; much like MTGox does right now. Bitcoin isn't just MTGox, fully decentralised... remember?

You mean being "fully licensed" like eCardOne, who, by the way, got their domain seized today?


Mtgox should just order that new domain already, and relocate from japan to a less US friendly environment Smiley
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June 04, 2013, 06:24:56 PM
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When we see that banner on the mtgox domain , i'm sure the market cap will explode into a huge market CRAP.
FTFY.

IF this happens, there will be a market shock but once there is an exchange that fully complies with regulations, it will have monopoly; much like MTGox does right now. Bitcoin isn't just MTGox, fully decentralised... remember?

You mean being "fully licensed" like eCardOne, who, by the way, got their domain seized today?


Mtgox should just order that new domain already, and relocate from japan to a less US friendly environment Smiley

And it's closure had nothing to do with affiliation to the notorious Liberty reserve and ability to withdraw funds from the same? All the same, these are centralised enterprises. Bitcoin is run from private computers, the people, all over the world.
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June 04, 2013, 06:35:40 PM
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And it's closure had nothing to do with affiliation to the notorious Liberty reserve and ability to withdraw funds from the same? All the same, these are centralised enterprises. Bitcoin is run from private computers, the people, all over the world.
Of course, but you can't ignore the effect exchanges currently have on bitcoin.
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June 04, 2013, 06:39:21 PM
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Panic! Bitstamp price is 0.00!!


Free bitcoins!  Let me at 'em!
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June 04, 2013, 06:56:20 PM
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And it's closure had nothing to do with affiliation to the notorious Liberty reserve and ability to withdraw funds from the same? All the same, these are centralised enterprises. Bitcoin is run from private computers, the people, all over the world.
Of course, but you can't ignore the effect exchanges currently have on bitcoin.

Well, sure but this is mostly FUD saturated, nervous speculators which affect the price so much. I still have all my Bitcoins, a good 10% of my net-worth and not planning to sell them during these growing pains of the currency. This new attention is likely the apparent threat to the USD that cryptocurrency represents.

Once all the negative news tails off, I fully expect a breakout in price and volume transition to whichever exchanges or 'trading station's that are left. Seriously though, if the US gov was going to shutdown MTGox, they would of done it already. Everyone just needs to chillout and enjoy the gravy train.
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June 04, 2013, 06:57:52 PM
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And it's closure had nothing to do with affiliation to the notorious Liberty reserve and ability to withdraw funds from the same? All the same, these are centralised enterprises. Bitcoin is run from private computers, the people, all over the world.
Of course, but you can't ignore the effect exchanges currently have on bitcoin.

Well, sure but this is mostly FUD saturated, nervous speculators which affect the price so much. I still have all my Bitcoins, a good 10% of my net-worth and not planning to sell them during these growing pains of the currency. This new attention is likely the apparent threat to the USD that cryptocurrency represents.

Once all the negative news tails off, I fully expect a breakout in price and volume transition to whichever exchanges or 'trading station's that are left. Seriously though, if the US gov was going to shutdown MTGox, they would of done it already. Everyone just needs to chillout and enjoy the gravy train.
Why did they wait 2 years to shut down liberty reserve? It takes time to build a case.
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June 04, 2013, 07:06:30 PM
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And it's closure had nothing to do with affiliation to the notorious Liberty reserve and ability to withdraw funds from the same? All the same, these are centralised enterprises. Bitcoin is run from private computers, the people, all over the world.
Of course, but you can't ignore the effect exchanges currently have on bitcoin.

Well, sure but this is mostly FUD saturated, nervous speculators which affect the price so much. I still have all my Bitcoins, a good 10% of my net-worth and not planning to sell them during these growing pains of the currency. This new attention is likely the apparent threat to the USD that cryptocurrency represents.

Once all the negative news tails off, I fully expect a breakout in price and volume transition to whichever exchanges or 'trading station's that are left. Seriously though, if the US gov was going to shutdown MTGox, they would of done it already. Everyone just needs to chillout and enjoy the gravy train.
Why did they wait 2 years to shut down liberty reserve? It takes time to build a case.

Works for me then, 2 years is a lifetime for Bitcoin. Bitstamp, CampBX or not even created exchange will be out by then and will have significant market volume. If there is a mass-adoption of the Bitcoin protocol worldwide then it will find a way, it is what Bitcoin was designed for.
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June 04, 2013, 07:10:25 PM
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Why did they wait 2 years to shut down liberty reserve? It takes time to build a case.

If that was their plan, they probably wouldn't have telegraphed it by seizing only their US accounts, thereby giving them time to move funds and destroy evidence.

I don't think Mt. Gox will be shut down, but I do not like that they have not even addressed the issue, and I won't risk funds with them until there is some clarity around their position.

As for Bitcoin itself, anything that happens to Mt. Gox will be a temporary setback. New, compliant exchanges are opening and will continue to open.
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June 04, 2013, 07:24:02 PM
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Why did they wait 2 years to shut down liberty reserve? It takes time to build a case.

If that was their plan, they probably wouldn't have telegraphed it by seizing only their US accounts, thereby giving them time to move funds and destroy evidence.

I don't think Mt. Gox will be shut down, but I do not like that they have not even addressed the issue, and I won't risk funds with them until there is some clarity around their position.

As for Bitcoin itself, anything that happens to Mt. Gox will be a temporary setback. New, compliant exchanges are opening and will continue to open.

gox and communication.. ..

whenever they make statements.. it's always with open ends..    and let us guessing in the dark..




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June 04, 2013, 07:28:29 PM
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You mean being "fully licensed" like eCardOne, who, by the way, got their domain seized today?


funny pic. Was it taken at the bitcoin conference?
'cos it's almost as if the feds sent a couple of agents there to write down all the names of payment processors.
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