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Question: Between now and Aug. 1, we will:
Continue Sideways - 45 (14.4%)
Continue sideways, then moon on Aug. 1 - 80 (25.6%)
Continue sideways, then fall on Aug. 1 - 12 (3.8%)
Drop Below $2,300 - 23 (7.3%)
Drop Below $2,000 - 76 (24.3%)
Rise, then drop on Aug. 1 - 20 (6.4%)
Rise, then moon on Aug. 1 - 57 (18.2%)
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Today at 04:14:03 AM

The sad thing is that it might be easier for me to get my namecoins from BTC-e from the government than it is getting past their verification process due to a frozen account. After sending a copy of my passport and 3 months of bank statements they rejected it saying they needed a notarized ID scan from a third party, 3 months of proof of salary, utility bill, bank statements (all notarized) etc.

In other words, they want to keep all of my coins and no amount of verification will suffice.
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Today at 04:52:57 AM

The sad thing is that it might be easier for me to get my namecoins from BTC-e from the government than it is getting past their verification process due to a frozen account. After sending a copy of my passport and 3 months of bank statements they rejected it saying they needed a notarized ID scan from a third party, 3 months of proof of salary, utility bill, bank statements (all notarized) etc.

In other words, they want to keep all of my coins and no amount of verification will suffice.


Well, I had a similar experience with BTC-e.. actually twice.  My account was hacked twice.  The first time was fairly easy to regain access - about a year ago.

The second time was more extensive (about 6 months ago) - because my account had been hacked in a more invasive way, on the second occasion.  Both times, I regained access to my account because they were convinced that it was me through various verification procedures.

If they were having difficulties verifying your identity - then yeah, more difficulties to get your coins back.

I really have my doubts about whether the government is going to return our funds in the status that they were... I have dollars and BTC on BTCe... so maybe like GOX, it could take a few years to regain access, if at all and then we might only receive a fraction of our amounts.   

We gonna have to kiss our BTC-e funds goodbye?  Let's see,... let's see?
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Today at 05:13:51 AM

Well, I had my accounts hacked in Bittrex and HitBTC by 24th July. The hacker also tried to hack into Poloniex, but this one asks for a code sent by email.

It was my fault, I used the same password in the three exchanges, and I was not using 2FA, a foolish attitude from my part. The hacker messed my Bittrex funds, he sold everything he could for bitcoins, except the altcoins below 50k satoshis in value. However, he was not able to withdraw it from Bittrex, since this would require a confirmation by email. I had nothing stored in HitBTC.

The interesting part is that I also have a account in Btc-e, and if I'm not mistaken I was using the same password there too. The attack was nearly the same time people reported Btc-e shutting down.

The exchanges sent emails with logging information, but not Btc-e. The hacker used a proxy and Chrome as browser.



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I really have my doubts about whether the government is going to return our funds in the status that they were... I have dollars and BTC on BTCe... so maybe like GOX, it could take a few years to regain access, if at all and then we might only receive a fraction of our amounts.  

We gonna have to kiss our BTC-e funds goodbye?  Let's see,... let's see?

I don't think there is going to be anything left for the depositors, especially after the legal fees BTC-e is going to have to expend trying to defend themselves. At the minimum, they are guilty of running an unlicensed money transmitting business. Maybe they will have good attorneys that can strike a deal that would cost a fraction of the $110 million the US government is now demanding, but I doubt it. From the government's official statement, it appears they want to make an example out of BTC-e.
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Today at 05:36:42 AM

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so the BTC-e issue is what a 'big shrug' to the bitcoin world....price is not affected...is that what people seem to see/think now?

would be nice not to be at the 'whim' of another gox issue that slams price down for a year

(still, have the bcc fud to look forward to and the 2mb thing in 3 months.fun times)

btc...the hot mess girlfriend you can't leave.....sigh

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Today at 05:51:35 AM

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so the BTC-e issue is what a 'big shrug' to the bitcoin world....price is not affected...is that what people seem to see/think now?

would be nice not to be at the 'whim' of another gox issue that slams price down for a year

(still, have the bcc fud to look forward to and the 2mb thing in 3 months.fun times)

btc...the hot mess girlfriend you can't leave.....sigh



Seems like the bulls are undeterred, no matter what obstacle is thrown at them.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P3Nh5T61mQU&t=0m56s
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so the BTC-e issue is what a 'big shrug' to the bitcoin world....price is not affected...is that what people seem to see/think now?

would be nice not to be at the 'whim' of another gox issue that slams price down for a year

(still, have the bcc fud to look forward to and the 2mb thing in 3 months.fun times)

btc...the hot mess girlfriend you can't leave.....sigh



Well,back in 2011 GOX was about the ONLY exchange around so anytime they fucked up they drug the price down....

Now with what 10 BIG exchanges or so,maybe more....it's just another day like Sadiq Kahn said,"Just gotta accept these jihadi things in the big city"  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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Today at 06:14:29 AM

Holy shit i am drunk in vegas. How is everything going?
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Today at 06:20:49 AM

Don't pass out on Freemont street like I did. You might wake up in plaza hotel with a strange lady. Lol
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Today at 06:35:54 AM

Holy shit i am drunk in vegas. How is everything going?

Drunk posting on bitcointalk is how legends are made.

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Don't pass out on Freemont street like I did. You might wake up in plaza hotel with a strange lady. Lol

Or man dressed like a Lady!!!!  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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Today at 06:45:16 AM

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so the BTC-e issue is what a 'big shrug' to the bitcoin world....price is not affected...is that what people seem to see/think now?

would be nice not to be at the 'whim' of another gox issue that slams price down for a year

(still, have the bcc fud to look forward to and the 2mb thing in 3 months.fun times)

btc...the hot mess girlfriend you can't leave.....sigh



Seems like the bulls are undeterred, no matter what obstacle is thrown at them.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P3Nh5T61mQU&t=0m56s


I am wondering if the big investors will not believe btc-e is down until a reliable source confirms it.
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Today at 07:13:34 AM

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so the BTC-e issue is what a 'big shrug' to the bitcoin world....price is not affected...is that what people seem to see/think now?

would be nice not to be at the 'whim' of another gox issue that slams price down for a year

(still, have the bcc fud to look forward to and the 2mb thing in 3 months.fun times)

btc...the hot mess girlfriend you can't leave.....sigh



Seems like the bulls are undeterred, no matter what obstacle is thrown at them.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P3Nh5T61mQU&t=0m56s


I am wondering if the big investors will not believe btc-e is down until a reliable source confirms it.

VERY surprised to see price up when waking up this morning. Do we think it needs to hit the MSM before price reacts??
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Today at 07:29:01 AM

On a more serious note: There are several other mechanisms that fix malleability. There is still a discussion to be had as to whether or not SegWit is the best approach.

SegWit will solve malleability. This will allow side chains. You can develop and use a side chain to offer whatever you think is the best solution to whatever problem. Moreover, a side chain can be so good that it may become the main chain. The beauty is that all this can be done slowly, voluntarily, without HFs, and without any risks to bitcoin users.

SegWit is not the final soltution. Segwit is just a tool that gives us the ability to develop new amazing tools!
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hodl

epic, so glad people remember, I was on that night...so funny
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