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February 10, 2014, 09:42:38 AM
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...seems like it's the same old in this topic. Sturle being reasonable and trying to look at the facts, everyone else is throwing a tantrum and spreading rumours, fud, "sueyousueyou". Ignorance is bliss I guess Smiley

Hardly throwing tantrums.

MTGOX is run by incompetent people. Just look at their track record of horrible service as an exchange over the past 3 years.


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February 10, 2014, 09:43:34 AM
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Todays gold at #mtgox - remember to pop popcorn before entering..

On "manual" withdraws and the 5% manual withdraw  (normal) fee:

<@SarahCoinBit> zewelor It's complicated as to who can use it and who can not so we deal  with people individually on it instead

On the need for making public announcements on their website and not just on IRC:

09:49 <@SarahCoinBit> zewelor IRC gets copied and pasted all over the internet. It is not a  secret because it is only on IRC and not the website

On the current SEPA queue:

09:53 <@SarahCoinBit> Saykor SEPA are still being processed.  I think the queue is 5 to 6 weeks,  maybe less for smaller ones

Yes, SarahCoinBit actually works for MtGox. From the UK, of course.

Yes, giving some people the access of their money, and other people no access, IS A CRIME.

Yes, giving different information to different customers, so that some of them can profit financially on the expense of others, IS A CRIME.

Yes, lying in the age of open Internet is fucking distasteful. What are you waiting for? No matter how much time passes and how much money you can suck from your victims, you are still a bunch of lying bastards AND CRIMINALS. (That is, unless "justice" system is meanwhile completely overhauled to prosecute only victimless "crimes" instead of the real ones where the criminal does harm others.. )


Ah you (sturle) were so smart as to have prioritized address to the trading system so that you can pull your orders in the middle of my market buy execution? How smart you are, congratulations. Listen now, asshole: I also operate a silverbank, and know what is an honest way to design such systems, and not by a frigging long-shot would there be such an exploit that you mentioned!!! You are so deep in your crime that you deny even realizing it, making you such a sad clown in everyone's eyes who have a shred of sense of justice left.

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Why did you not follow my advice?

Because in my case your advice did not work! The forum may freely decide if I am inherently so impotent of getting my own money out of the Gox system that $150k to get it out after a month of trying is a suitable penalty (EVEN after consulting sturle, EVEN after being verified customer with BTC2,000 daily limit, EVEN after exploring all possibilities with sending tickets which were EVEN answered) ?? OR if there is something else to it. Gox does discriminate its users and is doing in such an asinine way that I am truly disgusted. Can't you even see that after this many reports on how we, the underprivileged, see it - you are either a liar or a snitch. There is no middle ground! In practice liar merges with a snitch, so **** ***!


How about you post a receipt for the BTC you sold to me! The buyer is Eesti Investeerimishobe OU regd in Estonia. I need seller's name, ssn and tax declaration that the btc was private property void of gst/vat, or in case of corporate seller, the relevant info. Failure to send the documents may lead to investigation. (We keep all our customer data proprietary, unlike the whore, MtGox).
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February 10, 2014, 10:09:44 AM
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https://www.mtgox.com/press_release_20140210.html

How Ripple Rips you: "The founders of Ripple Labs created 100 billion XRP at Ripple's inception. No more can be created according to the rules of the Ripple protocol. Of the 100 billion created, 20 billion XRP were retained by the creators, seeders, venture capital companies and other founders. The remaining 80 billion were given to Ripple Labs. Ripple Labs intends to distribute and sell 55 of that 80 billion XRP to users and strategic partners. Ripple Labs also had a giveaway of under 200 million XRP (0.002% of all XRP) via World Community Grid that was later discontinued.[29] Ripple Labs will retain the remaining 25 billion"
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February 10, 2014, 10:12:27 AM
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To be short : "We will hold your BTC for a while."

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February 10, 2014, 10:15:31 AM
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wow.... did he just say 'its not our fault'?
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February 10, 2014, 10:35:00 AM
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"Bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox said customers can take out cash “as normal” and it’s working to resolve technical issues that prompted it to halt withdrawals of the digital currency."

"Can take out cash "as normal".

"...halt withdrawals...".


Wot?

These 2 statements directly contradict each other , don't they?

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February 10, 2014, 10:38:38 AM
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"halt withdrawals of the digital currency" => referring to halting withdrawals of bitcoins since last week...
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February 10, 2014, 10:45:39 AM
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According to Gox's statement the issue seems to be wider than I assumed - I.E it has potential of affecting other exchanges.. it might have already did - perhaps the hacker/s exploited other exchanges using this "bug" and MTGox is "just the first exchange to notice and take actions"... Hopefully that is not the case.

In any case, it seems to be fixable and it seems to me that users will get access to their Bitcoins on MTGox in a a week or maybe more. But who knows
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February 10, 2014, 10:47:23 AM
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"Bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox said customers can take out cash “as normal” and it’s working to resolve technical issues that prompted it to halt withdrawals of the digital currency."

"Can take out cash "as normal".

"...halt withdrawals...".


Wot?

These 2 statements directly contradict each other , don't they?



still waiting for a SEPA transfer from 7 jan.  , so cash out is worst than normal !
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February 10, 2014, 10:52:55 AM
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"Bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox said customers can take out cash “as normal” and it’s working to resolve technical issues that prompted it to halt withdrawals of the digital currency."

"Can take out cash "as normal".

"...halt withdrawals...".


Wot?

These 2 statements directly contradict each other , don't they?



still waiting for a SEPA transfer from 7 jan.  , so cash out is worst than normal !
we are waiting our usd since 4 months now
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February 10, 2014, 10:58:23 AM
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now it is time to buy litecoin !
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February 10, 2014, 11:00:24 AM
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...seems like it's the same old in this topic. Sturle being reasonable and trying to look at the facts, everyone else is throwing a tantrum and spreading rumours, fud, "sueyousueyou". Ignorance is bliss I guess Smiley

Hardly throwing tantrums.

MTGOX is run by incompetent people. Just look at their track record of horrible service as an exchange over the past 3 years.



I agree it's not the best service, but then again, I'm not crying "SCAM" and "they be running with yer moniez" 24/7, like a lot of other people who have the same amount of information available like I do.

I made a few thousand Euros over the past 3 years through them without any problems (nothing like the hundreds of thousands like some people here claim, I simply would not trust such a young market with a bigger portion of my savings. Be aware of the risks). Yes, I had to wait for my funds lots of times. Yes, my funds always arrived sooner or later. Yes, I was still better off trading with them, compared to other exchanges.
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February 10, 2014, 11:07:30 AM
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I think all people in this thread, maybe with very few exceptions, that have been using mtgox lately is to try to benefit from arbitrage. You guys knew the risk

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THIS, a hundred times!
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February 10, 2014, 11:15:08 AM
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now it is time to buy litecoin !
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If the BTC foundation is not able to fix the maleability issue found by MtGox today within 1y, well it is a big opportunity for the LTC as it appears that the LTC dev team fixed plenty of bugs for bitcoin last year.
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February 10, 2014, 11:16:33 AM
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Those amateurish couldn't even put a date in their statement !  oH my gox  Shocked
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February 10, 2014, 11:27:51 AM
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now it is time to buy litecoin !
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If the BTC foundation is not able to fix the maleability issue found by MtGox today within 1y, well it is a big opportunity for the LTC as it appears that the LTC dev team fixed plenty of bugs for bitcoin last year.

No it is not, the  major problem with btc is not technical. The problem with btc is it’s concept : decentralised and anonymous philosophy, that some people loved but will always dislike governments. For a simple matter of popularity btc will be the last crypto currency with those characteristics to fail .  
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February 10, 2014, 11:36:40 AM
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currently none of my trade orders are even going through. i posted four, they all go to pending, SHOW UP ON BITCOINWISDOM, and ARENT being processed.
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February 10, 2014, 11:45:41 AM
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Lulz - so which is it?

1) Bullshit

2) One of the retarded devs fucked up bitcoin with a transaction handling change some time in the last ... year or 2?
I would be VERY surprised if Satoshi made that mistake in the original design.
Sounds way more likely to be a dev fucking it up ... as per usual.
Bitcoin has been a hackjob for a while now, that people seem to value at over 10Billion dollars ...

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February 10, 2014, 12:00:54 PM
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According to Gox's statement the issue seems to be wider than I assumed - I.E it has potential of affecting other exchanges.. it might have already did - perhaps the hacker/s exploited other exchanges using this "bug" and MTGox is "just the first exchange to notice and take actions"... Hopefully that is not the case.

In any case, it seems to be fixable and it seems to me that users will get access to their Bitcoins on MTGox in a a week or maybe more. But who knows

The "hackers" could not have exploited other exchangers since the problem lies with the custom piece of s...ofwtare mtgox was using.

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February 10, 2014, 12:03:42 PM
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Lulz - so which is it?

1) Bullshit

2) One of the retarded devs fucked up bitcoin with a transaction handling change some time in the last ... year or 2?
I would be VERY surprised if Satoshi made that mistake in the original design.
Sounds way more likely to be a dev fucking it up ... as per usual.
Bitcoin has been a hackjob for a while now, that people seem to value at over 10Billion dollars ...

I vote for number one. Since Gox is the source of this "problem" I think the problem lies with their heads.

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