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June 21, 2011, 04:19:02 PM
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Hi are you having trouble with Mt. Gox? Have 1000's of dollars or bitcoins there you can't withdraw?  Cry

Are you upset they are doing a roll back?  Undecided

Have you lost all trust in MtGox  Angry

Well I have some advice for you in the form of 3 easy steps Grin

1. Stop bitching  Shocked

- This is the hardest step for most but remember you chose to invest money/time/effort in the exchange that you no longer trust it was a risk and deep down you really knew it  Cheesy.

2. When/if MtGox comes back on line pull your funds out.  Huh

- I know surprising isn't it but you don't have to use MtGox and you may pull your coins/money out, if given the chance later.  Undecided

3. Go trade somewhere else.  Shocked

- Thats right!!! there are other places to trade or if you want to you don't need to trade at all. Just like driving fast selling and buying bit coins is a choice and getting screwed over by a hacker because of poor security is no reason to whine now is it.  Wink

If you follow those easy steps you will be just fine  Cool.



In most seriousness using MtGox is a choice and a risk so while losing coins sucks, if you don't like it take your wallet elsewhere and if you do like it continue to use it the choice is yours no one has to use MtGox any more than tradehill. Consumers have the power to speak with their wallet. By no means should we stop talking about the issue but whining that MtGox should/shouldn't do this or that isn't helping anything tell them what you want and then decide whether to stay or go based on whether you trust them or not.

The choice is yours.

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June 21, 2011, 04:29:46 PM
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I find your post and signature most interesting and new as well.

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June 21, 2011, 05:00:58 PM
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As long as people don't start using the spam infested spamfest that is Tradehill, I'm okay with people switching to whatever else.

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Is Tradepill open yet?




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