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June 04, 2013, 07:30:12 PM
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Does gox have alt domains?
Still .com?

They have mtgox.jp that is currently redirecting to mtgox.com.

It would probably be a good idea to stop stop depending on these stupid USA-regulated top level domains that can be seized by the USA at any moment and instead use local country TLDs.
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June 04, 2013, 07:39:07 PM
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Does gox have alt domains?
Still .com?

They have mtgox.jp that is currently redirecting to mtgox.com.

It would probably be a good idea to stop stop depending on these stupid USA-regulated top level domains that can be seized by the USA at any moment and instead use local country TLDs.
I propose Namecoin
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June 04, 2013, 07:39:25 PM
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Does gox have alt domains?
Still .com?

They have mtgox.jp that is currently redirecting to mtgox.com.

It would probably be a good idea to stop stop depending on these stupid USA-regulated top level domains that can be seized by the USA at any moment and instead use local country TLDs.
I propose Namecoin

Seconded.
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June 04, 2013, 07:41:12 PM
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Seconded.
Let the trading begin.
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June 04, 2013, 07:41:48 PM
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BTW, anyone knows the difference between Namecoin and Lucif's Dianna? https://dianna-project.org
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June 04, 2013, 07:45:54 PM
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I propose Namecoin
Will these domain names resolve without requiring me to reconfigure anything? If not then its useless (for now).
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June 04, 2013, 07:49:28 PM
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BTW, anyone knows the difference between Namecoin and Lucif's Dianna? https://dianna-project.org

No idea but thanks for the link. I looked at the wiki and it is based on Bitcoins blockchain, so it seems like it would be similar to NMC.

I still don't know why NMC is not going anywhere with their decentralized DNS???
I think the internet is quite reactionary and not necessarily proactive when it comes to politically bent things. e.g. - It took Napster getting owned to bring about torrent. (I'm not complaining).
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June 04, 2013, 07:50:52 PM
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I propose Namecoin
Will these domain names resolve without requiring me to reconfigure anything? If not then its useless (for now).

Resolve where? That is the problem. But, all they need to do is create a plugin for chrome and firefox and that solves the problem to an extent.
Doesn't do much for mom and pop but the internet revolution was created by techies and it took capitalistic greed like AOL to get people to use it...
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June 04, 2013, 08:10:04 PM
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You mean being "fully licensed" like eCardOne, who, by the way, got their domain seized today?

ECardOne has a new domain:
http://banking.ecardone.eu/

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June 04, 2013, 08:30:38 PM
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You mean being "fully licensed" like eCardOne, who, by the way, got their domain seized today?

ECardOne has a new domain:
http://banking.ecardone.eu/


lol Smiley so basically wooptydoo

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZfYBsuBzulE 
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June 04, 2013, 08:44:42 PM
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OMG its just beggining:

Wm-center.com, e-naira.com, ecardone.com, ebuygold.com, getemoney.com, epaymonster.com, instantgoldng.com, jtgold.com, goldnairaexchange.com, superchange.ru, webmoney.co.nz, m-gold.com, goldmediator.com, absolutexchange.eu, mewahgold.com, centregold.ca, electrumz.com, tukarduid.com, entelnova.com, tacoauthorized.com, intexchange.com, ukrnetmoney.com, wmirk.com, nigeriagoldexchanger.com, edealspot.com, duyduychanger.com, magnetic-exchange.com, moneyexchange.vn, abc-ex.net, mi-billetera.com, nicciexchange.com, exhere.com, alertexchanger.com, velaexchange.com, goldexpay.com

All down....

not all
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June 04, 2013, 08:53:45 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.

imo it started in may with the case of some guys cashing out 2.8 Mio $ alone in New York on one day and 45 Mio $ worldwide over last three years.
and now some weeks later following that trace they bust LR - which they must have watched for quite some time - transferring more than 6 Bio $ for criminals over the last years.

the criminal organisations worldwide adapted to virtual currencies much faster than the governments (as they are always one step ahead).
only possibility for the gov to keep up with the whole coinmania is to check the flow over the exchanges as they did with LR.

noobquestion: could you trace  the flow of single bitcoins transferred from wallet to wallet back to an exchange account where it was purchased in the first place?
(because if police get hands on some wallets during a razzia they then could check who purchased it in the first place)

well criminals will search for alternatives, if I were them I'd trade or even open some exchange now myself (with easily fakeable accounts) in a country with weak lawsystem and much corruption.
i wonder which coin will be the first? (that is one huge market gap for some BADcoin or BlackCoin) edit: Gcoin sounds much better

this is hyper-bullish-tinfoil-news Cheesy
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You mean being "fully licensed" like eCardOne, who, by the way, got their domain seized today?

ECardOne has a new domain:
http://banking.ecardone.eu/


lol Smiley so basically wooptydoo

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZfYBsuBzulE  

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BxroiTRg7Tg
(read the subtitles! Listening at insane volume highly advised)

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June 04, 2013, 09:10:42 PM
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JEEEEEEZ, MAN.

I thought that was MtGox. And I have quite a significant amount of fiat being withdrew through them ATM.

Don't play this games in here my friend, my heart can fail at any moment Cheesy

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June 04, 2013, 09:12:53 PM
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BTW, this is what "underweb" (LOL) criminals think about Bitcoin:

https://krebsonsecurity.com/2013/05/underweb-payments-post-liberty-reserve/

As expected, they do not like it. We are still too small. Too volatile. They like dollars.




FOR NOW

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June 04, 2013, 09:17:34 PM
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i am back after 14 day ban Smiley  Grin

i promise i will behave good this time Smiley
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June 04, 2013, 09:21:02 PM
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i am back after 14 day ban Smiley  Grin

i promise i will behave good this time Smiley

man, didn't you lose your underwear shorting bitcoin with 1:4 leverage??
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June 04, 2013, 09:22:06 PM
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You'll see sub 100 in the next couple hours or so.  Maybe less.  Especially as people who don't sit and watch this forum or the markets get home and realize they are losing big $$$ and are caught in a firestorm.  I feel bad for those who aren't aware yet and have limit orders setup.   Cry  

Do you think it will go that far in the absence of additional news tonight? I was thinking steam would run out around the 105 walls at best in the absence of any additional multi-thousand BTC sell offs.

Yes I do, speculating of course...I think you're only going to see this panic sell gain momentum.  Those walls are going to come right down.  There's really no way to know where the bottom is and when the CNN's and others start running the story, there's just no way to know where this thing will stop.  I still believe the core of Bitcoin is around the $50 or $60 mark, if it's any consolation.  Retesting the lows was expected and if they breakthrough that...it's a whole new ballgame.  All bets are off.

Finally some one who talks sense!

Good job coinseeker

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