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June 26, 2011, 05:55:34 PM
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Mt. Gox seems to be accepting trades however they apparently added a "queue" for trades. This is a big concern as my trade is submitted but I cannot see it it in my open trades and in turn cannot access it or anything. Accepting trades just to hold them in a queue for execution while the market may be moving is unacceptable, if they were queued but could be accessed (changed, cancelled, etc.) that would be somewhat reasonable.

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June 26, 2011, 10:09:53 PM
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Currently, MtGox shows this on the left:
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Trading working, up to 1 minute delay before order execution.
Before the crash, during high load, orders were commonly refused with a message saying something like "another trade is in progress".
Maybe they are queuing trades now instead of refusing them?
If this is the case, it seems a lot better.

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June 26, 2011, 10:19:15 PM
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Mt. Gox seems to be accepting trades however they apparently added a "queue" for trades. This is a big concern as my trade is submitted but I cannot see it it in my open trades and in turn cannot access it or anything. Accepting trades just to hold them in a queue for execution while the market may be moving is unacceptable, if they were queued but could be accessed (changed, cancelled, etc.) that would be somewhat reasonable.

can/did you read the notice on the site ??

Trading working, up to 1 minute delay before order execution.

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June 26, 2011, 11:14:46 PM
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Mt. Gox seems to be accepting trades however they apparently added a "queue" for trades. This is a big concern as my trade is submitted but I cannot see it it in my open trades and in turn cannot access it or anything. Accepting trades just to hold them in a queue for execution while the market may be moving is unacceptable, if they were queued but could be accessed (changed, cancelled, etc.) that would be somewhat reasonable.

can/did you read the notice on the site ??

Trading working, up to 1 minute delay before order execution.

The notice was posted sometime after my OP... Still sketchy since it's backing up, I'd prefer they refuse it and not queue it for later execution if I had a choice.

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June 26, 2011, 11:41:53 PM
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Mt. Gox seems to be accepting trades however they apparently added a "queue" for trades. This is a big concern as my trade is submitted but I cannot see it it in my open trades and in turn cannot access it or anything. Accepting trades just to hold them in a queue for execution while the market may be moving is unacceptable, if they were queued but could be accessed (changed, cancelled, etc.) that would be somewhat reasonable.

can/did you read the notice on the site ??

Trading working, up to 1 minute delay before order execution.

The notice was posted sometime after my OP... Still sketchy since it's backing up, I'd prefer they refuse it and not queue it for later execution if I had a choice.


Open a ticket on support.mtgox.com ... Once things smooth out they should be able to add the option to drop the order if they are busy.  You might also suggest they add a queue depth and approximate time for a new order to clear to the trade page.

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