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October 28, 2011, 09:36:54 PM

Also, the TH guys have taken my suggestion about use a link to confirm withdrawals or transfers between accounts sent to the e-mail with a time deadline to accept the transaction. I hope they add this feature soon.

I don't understand why this isn't an option. It has been mentioned several times, but Bitmarket is the only exchange that does this as far as I know.
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October 30, 2011, 03:59:13 AM

I had very good experiences with Tradehill and Sepa so far, I really hope they get this Sepa-issue fixed because I'm not going to trust any of the other exchanges any time soon. Not even Intersango. Just too afraid they will end up being a scam like the "BS"7 or an epic fail in competence as the Polish exchange that accidently lost its wallet in spacetime.



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October 31, 2011, 03:50:07 AM

Putting all trades on Tradehill or MtGox wont help with innovation. What happens if the large ones get hacked and completely emptied? Do you honestly believe they'll reimburse you anything? Minimze the risk and only keep with the exchanges what you are willing to loose.
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October 31, 2011, 02:51:20 PM

I am fine with either exchange.  Both are secure.  Mt. Gox is more battle tested than Tradehill. Hackers lay awake at night (or day) trying to figure out how to hack Mt. Gox again.  With all the cash and Bitcoins they have on hand, Gox is a very lucrative target.  I have queried Mt. Gox a number of times on their security measures and have always received prompt and satisfactory answers.  In the Wild West of Bitcoins, Mt. Gox is a "Ft. Gox" of Bitcoin exchanges.
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