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January 28, 2014, 08:29:03 PM
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I have been verified on Mtgox, I wonder if I should deposit any money on the website

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January 28, 2014, 08:36:01 PM
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MtGox finally accepted my bank account. Pushed some PLN to my bank. We'll see. It is rather low amount (less than 0.2 BTC). Will keep you informed.
Is this a general pattern - a few small withdrawals go though, but not big ones? That's yet another indication that Mt. Gox is out of money.
Status update. It turned out that I cannot do a PLN withdrawal. The request has been rejected, with information that I have to withdraw in EUR. Then I had to buy bitcoins with PLN, sell them for EUR (FAQ says there is no other way to convert), of course paying the trade fee two times Undecided. Anyway I've put another withdrawal request, in EUR this time. It is worth noting however, that PLN withdrawal cancellation has been very fast as for MtGox, less than a hour Wink.

Updated: Now the withdrawal is "confirmed". Then, farewell my money, see you in 6 weeks, I hope...  Grin

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January 28, 2014, 08:55:28 PM
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MtGox finally accepted my bank account. Pushed some PLN to my bank. We'll see. It is rather low amount (less than 0.2 BTC). Will keep you informed.
Is this a general pattern - a few small withdrawals go though, but not big ones? That's yet another indication that Mt. Gox is out of money.
Status update. It turned out that I cannot do a PLN withdrawal. The request has been rejected, with information that I have to withdraw in EUR. Then I had to buy bitcoins with PLN, sell them for EUR (FAQ says there is no other way to convert), of course paying the trade fee two times Undecided. Anyway I've put another withdrawal request, in EUR this time. It is worth noting however, that PLN withdrawal cancellation has been very fast as for MtGox, less than a hour Wink.

Updated: Now the withdrawal is "confirmed". Then, farewell my money, see you in 6 weeks, I hope...  Grin

Good luck. But if expect BTC to rise 20% in that time, you are better off using a different exchange.

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January 28, 2014, 09:10:37 PM
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Good luck. But if expect BTC to rise 20% in that time, you are better off using a different exchange.
Why should I? I've bought on BitStamp at 810 USD, sold on MtGox for 960. Then I'm some 30 USD in plus. I have to subtract two trading fees (cost of learning...), SEPA fee, which will be around 2 USD, then my bank will automatically convert EUR to PLN at some not very interesting rate... Still should be worth it. How is bitcoin priced in 6 weeks is completely irrelevant, it may be even 10 USD... Well, if it will be 1500 USD, holding would be better Wink. The worst what can happen is MtGox total collapse and my money lost.

Of course doing arbitrage with 0.2 BTC is pathetitc, but I want a proof of concept for myself.

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January 28, 2014, 09:21:56 PM
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MtGox finally accepted my bank account. Pushed some PLN to my bank. We'll see. It is rather low amount (less than 0.2 BTC). Will keep you informed.
Is this a general pattern - a few small withdrawals go though, but not big ones? That's yet another indication that Mt. Gox is out of money.

No, the amounts I received through SEPA are all large (>> 1k€) and they go through as stated in their FAQ.
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January 28, 2014, 11:02:07 PM
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really btc withdrawls are not working anymore either or are they taking a mere six weeks?Huh  thats another way to get the spread down quickly  Cheesy Wink


#202343 bitcoin withdrawl

this withdrawl is not entering the blockchain but deducted from my account....

2014/01/28 17:27:12   Withdraw    7.00000000 BTC   0.34682426 BTC
Bitcoin withdraw to 19yrrJkasZPcBWvLSBhgotaFW9HT9z4KYS

what is happening? thanks
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January 28, 2014, 11:07:45 PM
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Good luck. But if expect BTC to rise 20% in that time, you are better off using a different exchange.
Why should I? I've bought on BitStamp at 810 USD, sold on MtGox for 960. Then I'm some 30 USD in plus. I have to subtract two trading fees (cost of learning...), SEPA fee, which will be around 2 USD, then my bank will automatically convert EUR to PLN at some not very interesting rate... Still should be worth it. How is bitcoin priced in 6 weeks is completely irrelevant, it may be even 10 USD... Well, if it will be 1500 USD, holding would be better Wink. The worst what can happen is MtGox total collapse and my money lost.

Of course doing arbitrage with 0.2 BTC is pathetitc, but I want a proof of concept for myself.

My thinking is a huge whale has already tried unsuccessfully. I'd say in the beginning of January was a good time. But we're almost at the end of Jan 31 and other then China and FBI's BTC is the only predicted bad news on the horizon. So there's a higher chance now that BTC will go up 20+% in those 6 weeks in which you may not get your withdrawal.

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January 28, 2014, 11:51:24 PM
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MtGox finally accepted my bank account. Pushed some PLN to my bank. We'll see. It is rather low amount (less than 0.2 BTC). Will keep you informed.
dont do it.
sepa withdrawals are like waiting for godot (they hardly ever arrive - and even if they do, it is months for sure).
and now even btc withdrawals are getting "lost" in great numbers (check out the thread at https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=431117.0).

do yourself a favour, dont give anything to mtgox you ever want to see again. seriously.

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January 29, 2014, 05:16:34 AM
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My thinking is a huge whale has already tried unsuccessfully. I'd say in the beginning of January was a good time. But we're almost at the end of Jan 31 and other then China and FBI's BTC is the only predicted bad news on the horizon. So there's a higher chance now that BTC will go up 20+% in those 6 weeks in which you may not get your withdrawal.
We'll see. If 20% rise happens, then just the rest of my BTC will work for me. Anyway what bitcoin learned me is that "news based trade" simply does not work. Personally I think BTC is still overvalued and it won't rise rapidly.

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January 29, 2014, 06:39:11 AM
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Anyone do Japanese domestic transfer using a CitiBank-JP account to/from Gox?
I hear that Gox wont/cant do business with Citibank-US
and am wondering if that is a US Gov restriction or maybe Citibank's internal policy?

If I was able to help you in anyway, tips are appreciated:
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January 29, 2014, 08:12:55 AM
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Anyone do Japanese domestic transfer using a CitiBank-JP account to/from Gox?
I hear that Gox wont/cant do business with Citibank-US
and am wondering if that is a US Gov restriction or maybe Citibank's internal policy?

Just got an answer from MtGox, that Citibank (in Japan) does not accept the transaction associated with the bitcoin.
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January 29, 2014, 08:14:24 AM
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Anyone do Japanese domestic transfer using a CitiBank-JP account to/from Gox?
I hear that Gox wont/cant do business with Citibank-US
and am wondering if that is a US Gov restriction or maybe Citibank's internal policy?

Just got an answer from MtGox, that Citibank (in Japan) does not accept the transaction associated with the bitcoin.
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January 29, 2014, 08:24:14 AM
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I have been verified on Mtgox, I wonder if I should deposit any money on the website

You mean deposit fiat? Or bitcoin?
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January 29, 2014, 08:24:44 AM
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Anyone do Japanese domestic transfer using a CitiBank-JP account to/from Gox?
I hear that Gox wont/cant do business with Citibank-US
and am wondering if that is a US Gov restriction or maybe Citibank's internal policy?

Just got an answer from MtGox, that Citibank (in Japan) does not accept the transaction associated with the bitcoin.
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Oh, do they answer?
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January 29, 2014, 08:25:46 AM
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Anyone do Japanese domestic transfer using a CitiBank-JP account to/from Gox?
I hear that Gox wont/cant do business with Citibank-US
and am wondering if that is a US Gov restriction or maybe Citibank's internal policy?

Just got an answer from MtGox, that Citibank (in Japan) does not accept the transaction associated with the bitcoin.
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huh.   I just received a withdrawal today to my citibank japan account from gox and have been doing it for 5 or more months without issue.

This two pieces of info are conflicting with each other. Sad
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January 29, 2014, 08:28:22 AM
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Anyone do Japanese domestic transfer using a CitiBank-JP account to/from Gox?
I hear that Gox wont/cant do business with Citibank-US
and am wondering if that is a US Gov restriction or maybe Citibank's internal policy?

Just got an answer from MtGox, that Citibank (in Japan) does not accept the transaction associated with the bitcoin.
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huh.   I just received a withdrawal today to my citibank japan account from gox and have been doing it for 5 or more months without issue.

i have been doing it for months without issue too, but this is the answer i received today for a 8 days ticket old..

"現在、シティバンク銀行はビットコインに関連する取引を受け付けておりません。

また他に何か困りごとや質問などがございましたらお問い合わせください。

よろしくお願い致します。

Best regards"
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January 29, 2014, 08:31:32 AM
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Anyone do Japanese domestic transfer using a CitiBank-JP account to/from Gox?
I hear that Gox wont/cant do business with Citibank-US
and am wondering if that is a US Gov restriction or maybe Citibank's internal policy?

Just got an answer from MtGox, that Citibank (in Japan) does not accept the transaction associated with the bitcoin.
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huh.   I just received a withdrawal today to my citibank japan account from gox and have been doing it for 5 or more months without issue.

This two pieces of info are conflicting with each other Sad

Yes, it conflicts.  But what I can say is I am doing it.  lol.

Welcome to Mt.Gox, the only place in the world with more conflicts than warzones!


Anyone do Japanese domestic transfer using a CitiBank-JP account to/from Gox?
I hear that Gox wont/cant do business with Citibank-US
and am wondering if that is a US Gov restriction or maybe Citibank's internal policy?

Just got an answer from MtGox, that Citibank (in Japan) does not accept the transaction associated with the bitcoin.
 Angry

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huh.   I just received a withdrawal today to my citibank japan account from gox and have been doing it for 5 or more months without issue.

i have been doing it for months without issue too, but this is the answer i received today for a 8 days ticket old..

"現在、シティバンク銀行はビットコインに関連する取引を受け付けておりません。

また他に何か困りごとや質問などがございましたらお問い合わせください。

よろしくお願い致します。

Best regards"

Very funny... English please?
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January 29, 2014, 08:37:08 AM
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Anyone do Japanese domestic transfer using a CitiBank-JP account to/from Gox?
I hear that Gox wont/cant do business with Citibank-US
and am wondering if that is a US Gov restriction or maybe Citibank's internal policy?

Just got an answer from MtGox, that Citibank (in Japan) does not accept the transaction associated with the bitcoin.
 Angry

 Sad

huh.   I just received a withdrawal today to my citibank japan account from gox and have been doing it for 5 or more months without issue.

i have been doing it for months without issue too, but this is the answer i received today for a 8 days ticket old..

"現在、シティバンク銀行はビットコインに関連する取引を受け付けておりません。

また他に何か困りごとや質問などがございましたらお問い合わせください。

よろしくお願い致します。

Best regards"

I wonder if this just took effect.   Oh well, if thats going to be the case now time to open a japannet ginko account.   But I did just get a payment today 1/29.   Weird.

(to translate you can just use google translate...)

it's really weird, but i was waiting for a withdrawal since 12th January and yesterday i decided to cancel it, they did it and i made a new withdrawal on my JapaNet account... let's see what happens now!

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January 29, 2014, 08:54:11 AM
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Has anyone successfully withdrawn BTC since Sunday?

Thanks


Nope,

just tried one of 7 BTC and one of 10 BTC.....stuck for 24 hours......

Sturle....are your BTC withdrawls still working??


Thanks
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