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January 08, 2015, 01:08:04 AM

300$ ideal for BTC.

O.k.  I will bite.  How is $300 ideal for BTC?

He likes the movie 300?
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January 08, 2015, 01:09:08 AM

http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/2row67/bitstamp_response_on_fiat_withdrawal/

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Below you will find the email that one of our subscribers sent to Bitstamp, followed by their response (after 20minutes).

To whom it may concern,

Until you bring the trading service online, I would like proceed by WITHDRAWING my FUNDS, not coins. Is there a particular reason I can't do that at the moment? I understand the "trading" / "coins" part, but the fiat part, where my money is stored in a bank account, is another matter.

Why have I been restricted access to my cash, especially now that you cannot provide any responsible ETA?

Best Regards,

xxax xxlxoxx

Sent from Samsung Mobile

Dear customer,

For the time being, you cannot withdraw bitcoins or fiat held with us. This is because we have temporarily suspended our services in an attempt to make sure that all of our customers’ Bitcoin and personal information remain safe. In addition; the technical and accounting issues related to your request would be too great from a risk based perspective for a secure re-launch of our website and service as a whole.
We are working to restore our full services in the coming days, at which time you’ll be able to resume withdrawals, deposits, and other Bitstamp services.

We’ll keep you updated as we know more about timing, both on our Twitter handle and website.

Best regards,

Bitstamp Support

Note that our subscriber's account holds more than $250k. For that amount we think that he deserves more than just a template email response.

We really hope for the best.

Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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January 08, 2015, 01:11:55 AM

http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/2row67/bitstamp_response_on_fiat_withdrawal/

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Below you will find the email that one of our subscribers sent to Bitstamp, followed by their response (after 20minutes).

To whom it may concern,

Until you bring the trading service online, I would like proceed by WITHDRAWING my FUNDS, not coins. Is there a particular reason I can't do that at the moment? I understand the "trading" / "coins" part, but the fiat part, where my money is stored in a bank account, is another matter.

Why have I been restricted access to my cash, especially now that you cannot provide any responsible ETA?

Best Regards,

xxax xxlxoxx

Sent from Samsung Mobile

Dear customer,

For the time being, you cannot withdraw bitcoins or fiat held with us. This is because we have temporarily suspended our services in an attempt to make sure that all of our customers’ Bitcoin and personal information remain safe. In addition; the technical and accounting issues related to your request would be too great from a risk based perspective for a secure re-launch of our website and service as a whole.
We are working to restore our full services in the coming days, at which time you’ll be able to resume withdrawals, deposits, and other Bitstamp services.

We’ll keep you updated as we know more about timing, both on our Twitter handle and website.

Best regards,

Bitstamp Support

Note that our subscriber's account holds more than $250k. For that amount we think that he deserves more than just a template email response.

We really hope for the best.

Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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January 08, 2015, 01:13:03 AM

http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/2row67/bitstamp_response_on_fiat_withdrawal/

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Below you will find the email that one of our subscribers sent to Bitstamp, followed by their response (after 20minutes).

To whom it may concern,

Until you bring the trading service online, I would like proceed by WITHDRAWING my FUNDS, not coins. Is there a particular reason I can't do that at the moment? I understand the "trading" / "coins" part, but the fiat part, where my money is stored in a bank account, is another matter.

Why have I been restricted access to my cash, especially now that you cannot provide any responsible ETA?

Best Regards,

xxax xxlxoxx

Sent from Samsung Mobile

Dear customer,

For the time being, you cannot withdraw bitcoins or fiat held with us. This is because we have temporarily suspended our services in an attempt to make sure that all of our customers’ Bitcoin and personal information remain safe. In addition; the technical and accounting issues related to your request would be too great from a risk based perspective for a secure re-launch of our website and service as a whole.
We are working to restore our full services in the coming days, at which time you’ll be able to resume withdrawals, deposits, and other Bitstamp services.

We’ll keep you updated as we know more about timing, both on our Twitter handle and website.

Best regards,

Bitstamp Support

Note that our subscriber's account holds more than $250k. For that amount we think that he deserves more than just a template email response.

We really hope for the best.

Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

I love how the Ripple guy has an upside down suit as an avatar. It's perfect Wink
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January 08, 2015, 01:13:59 AM

http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/2row67/bitstamp_response_on_fiat_withdrawal/

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Below you will find the email that one of our subscribers sent to Bitstamp, followed by their response (after 20minutes).

To whom it may concern,

Until you bring the trading service online, I would like proceed by WITHDRAWING my FUNDS, not coins. Is there a particular reason I can't do that at the moment? I understand the "trading" / "coins" part, but the fiat part, where my money is stored in a bank account, is another matter.

Why have I been restricted access to my cash, especially now that you cannot provide any responsible ETA?

Best Regards,

xxax xxlxoxx

Sent from Samsung Mobile

Dear customer,

For the time being, you cannot withdraw bitcoins or fiat held with us. This is because we have temporarily suspended our services in an attempt to make sure that all of our customers’ Bitcoin and personal information remain safe. In addition; the technical and accounting issues related to your request would be too great from a risk based perspective for a secure re-launch of our website and service as a whole.
We are working to restore our full services in the coming days, at which time you’ll be able to resume withdrawals, deposits, and other Bitstamp services.

We’ll keep you updated as we know more about timing, both on our Twitter handle and website.

Best regards,

Bitstamp Support

Note that our subscriber's account holds more than $250k. For that amount we think that he deserves more than just a template email response.

We really hope for the best.

Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

And here they talk as if its already over for stamp https://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/bitcoin-exchange-bitstamp-rebuilding-customers-anguished/
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January 08, 2015, 01:15:58 AM

I like getting off topic, because I don't know shit about bitcoin. Really, I am trying to pump my activity so as to get my third bitcoin, then I will dump into the leveraged short squeezing, elliot waving, gann graphin bulltards
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January 08, 2015, 01:18:15 AM

300$ ideal for BTC.

O.k.  I will bite.  How is $300 ideal for BTC?

He likes the movie 300?

More probably he bought at 290 and wanna close his short
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January 08, 2015, 01:18:56 AM

http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/2row67/bitstamp_response_on_fiat_withdrawal/

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Below you will find the email that one of our subscribers sent to Bitstamp, followed by their response (after 20minutes).

To whom it may concern,

Until you bring the trading service online, I would like proceed by WITHDRAWING my FUNDS, not coins. Is there a particular reason I can't do that at the moment? I understand the "trading" / "coins" part, but the fiat part, where my money is stored in a bank account, is another matter.

Why have I been restricted access to my cash, especially now that you cannot provide any responsible ETA?

Best Regards,

xxax xxlxoxx

Sent from Samsung Mobile

Dear customer,

For the time being, you cannot withdraw bitcoins or fiat held with us. This is because we have temporarily suspended our services in an attempt to make sure that all of our customers’ Bitcoin and personal information remain safe. In addition; the technical and accounting issues related to your request would be too great from a risk based perspective for a secure re-launch of our website and service as a whole.
We are working to restore our full services in the coming days, at which time you’ll be able to resume withdrawals, deposits, and other Bitstamp services.

We’ll keep you updated as we know more about timing, both on our Twitter handle and website.

Best regards,

Bitstamp Support

Note that our subscriber's account holds more than $250k. For that amount we think that he deserves more than just a template email response.

We really hope for the best.

Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
Meh

It makes perfect sense to me that they want to wait till they have a computer system ready to process the requests rather than spend their time doing withdrawals manually by e-mail with compromised security. I don't see the cause for concern here.
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January 08, 2015, 01:20:24 AM

You make no sense.

The irony.
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January 08, 2015, 01:22:19 AM

What what

in the butt?
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January 08, 2015, 01:35:01 AM

China should be waking up around now. Lets see if they can rattle BTC into some kind of movement.
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January 08, 2015, 01:37:09 AM

Meh

Where does the neck end and the chin begin on Mr. Karpeles? The world may never know...
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January 08, 2015, 01:46:54 AM




Yes an irony that you feel a need to cause your response to make even less sense by snipping the reference in my post.  Accordingly, for ease of reference, I have added it below     Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy:


tbh as a woman it is not hard to be good at sex  Kiss


Well it's not hard to satisfy a man, but it takes a skilled woman to really give you that truly mind-blowing sex.



You make no sense.  Sounds like wall (or balls) speculation to me...  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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January 08, 2015, 01:55:00 AM

What what

in the butt?
You wanna do it in my butt? In the butt. You wanna do it in my butt? In the butt.
Ok.
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January 08, 2015, 02:00:06 AM

Bitfinex

Explanation
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January 08, 2015, 02:06:31 AM

Is mentioning that I'm a woman really all it takes to get you all talking about sex instead of bitcoin here?

It was the asian dude in the bra that did it for me.
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Last edit: January 08, 2015, 02:44:26 AM by marcus_of_augustus

the swamp is following a well worn path ... first all the over-the-top KYC/AML and seizing of funds for non-compliance, then the unnatural dumping patterns and rampant short-selling (how much is by the exchange insider trading to get cheap coinz to balance out it's internal losses??) ... and now the "we got hacked!!" ... then oh but we will be closed for a few hours/days and we'll take the chance to overhaul our entire system and put up a new slick skin on our webpage  Roll Eyes

this is almost the pathological progression of every other bitcoin exchange that is on it's way out ... good night, good riddance, they allowed some real scumbags (anti-bitcoiners) to set-up shop in their house. Take note, bitcoin has a way of dealing with its own ....
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January 08, 2015, 02:22:44 AM

1 hr chart on OK coin:

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