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June 23, 2011, 06:08:45 AM
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does anyone else expect the btc value to jump up after that?

I am not sure about a jump immediately after MTGOX opens, but I think a significant increase can definitely be expected in the longer run, due to BTC's incredible exhibition of immunity to a rare and possibly deliberate chain of horrible incidents...  Heck.. price is over USD $15 now, even before MTGOX re-opened...

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June 23, 2011, 06:20:37 AM
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Maybe you and mjsbuddha are both right: You pay for a subscription, and then it is free to all subscribers?
Whatever, Paypal charges $5 for a security upgrade, but it's a one time fee.

Well no I dont think its badly worded. What I'm saying is Tux said verbally he would be providing this solution free to all subscribers, but hes changed that stance according to this latest announcement (ie it is now only going to be free for users who's trades were effectively cancelled during the the sell-off)?

And Paypal actually provided the RSA tokens FREE when they were first integrated into their system, for ALL paypal users. It was later that they introduced a fee for new subscribers. I still pay nothing for the token they gave me.

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June 23, 2011, 06:32:57 AM
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Maybe you and mjsbuddha are both right: You pay for a subscription, and then it is free to all subscribers?
Whatever, Paypal charges $5 for a security upgrade, but it's a one time fee.

Well no I dont think its badly worded. What I'm saying is Tux said verbally he would be providing this solution free to all subscribers, but hes changed that stance according to this latest announcement (ie it is now only going to be free for users who's trades were effectively cancelled during the the sell-off)?

And Paypal actually provided the RSA tokens FREE when they were first integrated into their system, for ALL paypal users. It was later that they introduced a fee for new subscribers. I still pay nothing for the token they gave me.


Well, let's get on the same page:

...solution free to all subscribers...
What does that mean to you, they never had subscribers (ie monthly payments), do you mean existing members?


Paypal:
I was talking about this from 2007 for $5
Paypal Authentication Gets a Security Boost
http://geeksaresexy.blogspot.com/2007/01/paypal-authentication-gets-boost.html



It was never free (back then) for common or premium, only Business.

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June 23, 2011, 06:38:21 AM
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...solution free to all subscribers...
What does that mean to you, they never had subscribers (ie monthly payments), do you mean existing members?


I understood that to mean everyone that had an account/was listed as trading through MtGox. And yes I mean existing prior to the hack.



Paypal:
I was talking about this from 2007 for $5



It was never free (back then) for common or premium, only Business.


Ah, yes your right. I was a business customer when these tokens were first introduced. My bad.

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June 23, 2011, 06:44:43 AM
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OK, we are on the same page now.

#1) I don't know, looks like they want a monthly fee...
#2) Mine is temporarily disabled, and Paypal switched to "The credit-card size PayPal Security Key is currently available for $29.95,"
do you know if this..

...can be reactivated, are they still in use?

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June 23, 2011, 06:46:37 AM
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do you know if this..

...can be reactivated, are they still in use?

Thats the exact same key I currently use so yea

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June 23, 2011, 06:48:07 AM
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do you know if this..

...can be reactivated, are they still in use?

Thats the exact same key I currently use so yea

Cool, after the recent events I might as well use it again.

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