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June 23, 2011, 07:17:16 PM
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Got an email from the site today:

"We are glad to announce that we have added an optional extra protection for all Bitcoin7 accounts. From menu Settings you can enable Certiface Security. If you enable this feature you will only be able to log in from computers/browsers, having your personal certificate installed". - https://bitcoin7.com

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June 23, 2011, 07:23:44 PM
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bah I never got that email Smiley
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June 23, 2011, 07:24:33 PM
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Check your junk mail folder!

I found my email in there for some odd reason

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June 26, 2011, 02:43:47 PM
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I am having major Problems with that Certification.

I did everything as was told Enable Certification in my Profile then I got my PIN Number in an E-Mail
and a P age that only displayed please Login!!! but it never downloaded a actual certificate?

Now I only have my PIN and everytime I try to login my Account I get blocked by my Browser as it expects a Certificate surely but I dont any???

Fehler: Gesicherte Verbindung fehlgeschlagen
     
Ein Fehler ist während einer Verbindung mit bitcoin7.com:444 aufgetreten.
Die SSL-Gegenstelle konnte keinen akzeptablen Satz an Sicherheitsparametern aushandeln.
(Fehlercode: ssl_error_handshake_failure_alert)
  Die Website kann nicht angezeigt werden, da die Authentizität der erhaltenen Daten nicht verifiziert werden konnte.
  Kontaktieren Sie bitte den Inhaber der Website, um ihn über dieses Problem zu informieren. Alternativ können Sie auch die Funktion im Hilfe-Menü verwenden, um diese Website als fehlerhaft zu melden.

Send the Problem to Bitcoin7 Support but havent got an Answer so far

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Help anyone I can't enter my Account at all.

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June 26, 2011, 02:57:26 PM
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nice, i will try it later Cool

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June 26, 2011, 03:13:47 PM
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Really nice feature. You guys are definitely playing catchup in terms of reputation, and security. I tried depositing in there to do some trades but you guys have dwolla down? Is it back up yet ?

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June 26, 2011, 03:23:27 PM
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I am having major Problems with that Certification.

I did everything as was told Enable Certification in my Profile then I got my PIN Number in an E-Mail
and a P age that only displayed please Login!!! but it never downloaded a actual certificate?

Now I only have my PIN and everytime I try to login my Account I get blocked by my Browser as it expects a Certificate surely but I dont any???

Fehler: Gesicherte Verbindung fehlgeschlagen
     
Ein Fehler ist während einer Verbindung mit bitcoin7.com:444 aufgetreten.
Die SSL-Gegenstelle konnte keinen akzeptablen Satz an Sicherheitsparametern aushandeln.
(Fehlercode: ssl_error_handshake_failure_alert)
  Die Website kann nicht angezeigt werden, da die Authentizität der erhaltenen Daten nicht verifiziert werden konnte.
  Kontaktieren Sie bitte den Inhaber der Website, um ihn über dieses Problem zu informieren. Alternativ können Sie auch die Funktion im Hilfe-Menü verwenden, um diese Website als fehlerhaft zu melden.

Send the Problem to Bitcoin7 Support but havent got an Answer so far

using
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Firefox 5

Help anyone I can't enter my Account at all.

Install the Cert and use Chrome.
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June 26, 2011, 03:24:53 PM
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gee,  that's the first thing that should be installed for dealing with privacy of your customers.
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June 26, 2011, 03:28:18 PM
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In FireFox you have to manage the cert manually.  Tools->Options->Advanced->View Certificates->Your Certificates->Import, then select the .p12 file you downloaded.
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June 29, 2011, 04:22:35 PM
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In FireFox you have to manage the cert manually.  Tools->Options->Advanced->View Certificates->Your Certificates->Import, then select the .p12 file you downloaded.

thx but I think herein lies the Problem as I said

I did everything as was told Enabled Certification in my Profile then I got my PIN Number in an E-Mail
and a Page that only displayed please Login!!! but it never downloaded an actual certificate?

I made a complete Search on my PC for a *.p12 file and found nothing to associate with Bitcoin7
likewise I locked in the Certificate Manager and found nothing to associate with Bitcoin7.

And I cant enter my actual Account to authorisize a new Download. I think I screwed my account up still no answer from Bicoin7 Service.

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June 29, 2011, 04:26:13 PM
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lol, I now see the problem with BitCoin7 pretty easy.   This is not based on just this thread.

Those people do not care about the general "stupid" user.    Smart, and probably actually honest people behind BitCoin7, but fuck, the lack of attention to how people have been reacting and talking about their business, and how they either let it slide or I have even seen them ignore users in a thread lol.

Bitcoin users need to start getting some business managers stat, or read some books on how to run a business.  It doesn't make sense, the quick money will not last them :/

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July 01, 2011, 02:30:53 AM
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lol, I now see the problem with BitCoin7 pretty easy.   This is not based on just this thread.

Those people do not care about the general "stupid" user.    Smart, and probably actually honest people behind BitCoin7, but fuck, the lack of attention to how people have been reacting and talking about their business, and how they either let it slide or I have even seen them ignore users in a thread lol.

Bitcoin users need to start getting some business managers stat, or read some books on how to run a business.  It doesn't make sense, the quick money will not last them :/
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Nobody, excepting TradeHill (and I am not posting a referral code), none of them seem to have "business skills".
MtGox's case is quite a miracle, it survived the crisis for:

1) Being the pioneers, and therefore quite respected
2) Cognitive dissonance of its users (like myself).
3) Because most of its users are geeks who understand that programmers are not designers.

I hope to see more people with MBA's (or just plain business sense) popping in to our ecosystem, or we will have a hard time making this bitcoin economy flourish for mainstream.
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July 01, 2011, 02:53:38 AM
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lol, I now see the problem with BitCoin7 pretty easy.   This is not based on just this thread.

Those people do not care about the general "stupid" user.    Smart, and probably actually honest people behind BitCoin7, but fuck, the lack of attention to how people have been reacting and talking about their business, and how they either let it slide or I have even seen them ignore users in a thread lol.

Bitcoin users need to start getting some business managers stat, or read some books on how to run a business.  It doesn't make sense, the quick money will not last them :/
+1
Nobody, excepting TradeHill (and I am not posting a referral code), none of them seem to have "business skills".
MtGox's case is quite a miracle, it survived the crisis for:

1) Being the pioneers, and therefore quite respected
2) Cognitive dissonance of its users (like myself).
3) Because most of its users are geeks who understand that programmers are not designers.

I hope to see more people with MBA's (or just plain business sense) popping in to our ecosystem, or we will have a hard time making this bitcoin economy flourish for mainstream.

Yeah, but tradehill is kind of crap from a users perspective. Their communication is great, but their interface really sucks. I can't even see the bid and ask when I'm putting in an order. What the hell? Do they expect everyone to be using their "experimental" API? They should have polished some more.

I keeping my fingers crossed with camp bx, but most likely it'll be another disappointment.

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July 01, 2011, 03:31:26 AM
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lol, I now see the problem with BitCoin7 pretty easy.   This is not based on just this thread.

Those people do not care about the general "stupid" user.    Smart, and probably actually honest people behind BitCoin7, but fuck, the lack of attention to how people have been reacting and talking about their business, and how they either let it slide or I have even seen them ignore users in a thread lol.

Bitcoin users need to start getting some business managers stat, or read some books on how to run a business.  It doesn't make sense, the quick money will not last them :/
+1
Nobody, excepting TradeHill (and I am not posting a referral code), none of them seem to have "business skills".
MtGox's case is quite a miracle, it survived the crisis for:

1) Being the pioneers, and therefore quite respected
2) Cognitive dissonance of its users (like myself).
3) Because most of its users are geeks who understand that programmers are not designers.

I hope to see more people with MBA's (or just plain business sense) popping in to our ecosystem, or we will have a hard time making this bitcoin economy flourish for mainstream.

Yeah, but tradehill is kind of crap from a users perspective. Their communication is great, but their interface really sucks. I can't even see the bid and ask when I'm putting in an order. What the hell? Do they expect everyone to be using their "experimental" API? They should have polished some more.

I keeping my fingers crossed with camp bx, but most likely it'll be another disappointment.

Well Interfase-Wise Mtgox is not really shining either. It has more functionality (or *had*) than the rest, but the usability of the website sucks big time.
Considering that MtGox has much more time than the rests of the websites, and considering that their commission is quite good, it is really unexcusable.

TradeHill is very new, so lets see how it evolves from here.
I keep my finger crossed so both survive long term...
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July 01, 2011, 03:32:00 AM
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lol, I now see the problem with BitCoin7 pretty easy.   This is not based on just this thread.

Those people do not care about the general "stupid" user.    Smart, and probably actually honest people behind BitCoin7, but fuck, the lack of attention to how people have been reacting and talking about their business, and how they either let it slide or I have even seen them ignore users in a thread lol.

Bitcoin users need to start getting some business managers stat, or read some books on how to run a business.  It doesn't make sense, the quick money will not last them :/
+1
Nobody, excepting TradeHill (and I am not posting a referral code), none of them seem to have "business skills".
MtGox's case is quite a miracle, it survived the crisis for:

1) Being the pioneers, and therefore quite respected
2) Cognitive dissonance of its users (like myself).
3) Because most of its users are geeks who understand that programmers are not designers.

I hope to see more people with MBA's (or just plain business sense) popping in to our ecosystem, or we will have a hard time making this bitcoin economy flourish for mainstream.

Yeah, but tradehill is kind of crap from a users perspective. Their communication is great, but their interface really sucks. I can't even see the bid and ask when I'm putting in an order. What the hell? Do they expect everyone to be using their "experimental" API? They should have polished some more.

I keeping my fingers crossed with camp bx, but most likely it'll be another disappointment.

Well Interfase-Wise Mtgox is not really shining either. It has more functionality (or *had*) than the rest, but the design of the website sucks big time.
Considering that MtGox has much more time than the rests of the websites, and considering that their commission is quite good, it is really unexcusable.

TradeHill is very new, so lets see how it evolves from here.
I keep my finger crossed so both survive long term...
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July 01, 2011, 03:40:25 AM
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In order I would rank it Mt. Gox, Bitcoin7, and then Tradehill. I just don't like the user interface of Tradehill at all compared to the other two, and the only reason I have Mt. Gox over BT7 is because of the number of users.

If you're looking to sign up for an exchange try Bitcoin7 or Tradehill, referral codes are listed below. Sign up for Tradehill and get 10% off of every trade you ever make.

https://www.bitcoin7.com/?ref=6383

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July 01, 2011, 02:12:32 PM
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Well BitCoin7 just lost big in my Book since that technical Difficulty came up and no Support.

I did everything as was told Enabled Certification in my Profile then I got my PIN Number in an E-Mail
and a Page that only displayed please Login!!! but it never downloaded an actual certificate?
technical Bug maybe???

I made a complete Search on my PC for a *.p12 file and found nothing to associate with Bitcoin7
likewise I locked in the Certificate Manager and found nothing to associate with Bitcoin7.

And I cant enter my actual Account to authorisize a new Download. I think I screwed my account up still no answer from Bicoin7 Service.

any Help would be appreciated

as I am basicly screwed out of my Testaccount and I like to get my Coins on their back.

Found something interesting or helpful in one of my Posts possibility to express gratitude is here: http://payb.tc/coins (http://payb.tc/coins)

Make the EUR BiTCoin Zone grow Join:  TradeHill TH-R15390
MTGox Alternative https://www.bitcoin7.com/?ref=7023 (https://www.bitcoin7.com/?ref=7023)
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