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February 26, 2014, 07:31:47 PM
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Is there a reason that the Mt Gox Euro chart is still displayed while the USD chart was removed?

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February 27, 2014, 01:19:47 AM
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Bitcoin central added.

Is there a reason that the Mt Gox Euro chart is still displayed while the USD chart was removed?

Cache. I didn't remove anything, it's just sorted by volume + some cache (~24h).

The charts on data.bitcoinity NEED a button to toggle log-Y axis. All of them!

Agreed, I'll add it soon. I mean like really soon.

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February 27, 2014, 02:33:15 PM
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I wonder GBP options are underrepresented. Now bitcoinity only seems to suggest localbitcoin where bitcoinaverage suggests also [bitbargain; bittylicious; bit121; quickbitcoin].

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February 28, 2014, 09:33:31 AM
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There was some discussion today that started around here: http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/1yj5b5/unverified_pastebin_gmaxwell_irc_log_mtgox_was/cfkze3p and here's some more explanation: https://iwilcox.me.uk/v/nofrac

TL;DR exchanges can prove that:

  • they own specific amount of bitcoins
  • and that your bitcoins on their exchange are included in this amount

But they are not doing this yet. I'd like to do something towards changing this.

I'll give a shout out on Bitcoinity to the first exchange that implements it, and it will be displayed for a week under the page title (where sponsors are displayed). Another 3 weeks are going to the first exchange that implements it with volume over 1k BTC over the last 30 days. Exchange must include BTC/USD pair and it's not relevant whether it's currently listed on Bitcoinity or not (although it must provide full API - list of latest trades and orderbook).

I'm considering sorting exchanges not only by volume, but first including those that provide such proof if the idea works out.

edit: to clarify, it does not have to use this specific implementation, as long as the one that it uses works as a proof

I used to think btc-e was a serious exchange. EMPTY GOX went from serious business to laughing stock because of poor communication and bad management. I see the writing on the wall at btc-e, since their PR consists of unpaid mods that are banning people they don't like for reasons that make no sense, It's time to find an exchange that takes their communication seriously.

If btc-e takes this offer seriously, I'd consider staying, but at this time I've already pulled 90% of my funds out of that exchange and am in the process of pulling the rest of it.

If you've been the victim of a ban that made no sense, then you might sympathize with me.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=488677.msg5384526#msg5384526

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March 04, 2014, 10:53:59 AM
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I wish there was a link that would reset to 5 digits and BTC instead of mBTC. I don't save cookies between sessions and changing it every time is annoying.
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March 06, 2014, 06:51:38 PM
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Just based off of the commission's and trade volume, you know major exchange's have much more than this amount already, what is the need to prove what we already know? It doesn't matter what amount some exchange has of there own coin, it doesn't mean they would use it to protect there users. Such a proof would only give people a false sense of security.

They could spend there time working on this, and potentially opening up more holes in there system, or exchanges can spend the time increasing there security so they don't end up like mtgox. Without gox as the target im sure these other large exchanges are next.
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March 06, 2014, 07:12:00 PM
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tl;dr

Anything like
http://bitcointicker.co/combined/
??

i love it ... and maybe more settings

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March 06, 2014, 07:15:35 PM
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I would also like smtng like
simple html/txt file with just 2-5 prices, no decimals, ntng just like
Code:
bstamp 650
huobi 3950
btce 645
nothing else.
So i can simply check if it "all normal" on any device with almost no traffic ...

And 1 more pls:
make other currencies (CNY) like click_on = switch to USD (u can use google or whatever ratio) ...

Many thanks for  making mBTC default.

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March 06, 2014, 07:19:13 PM
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and 4th idea:
pls make something like email (SMS for some fee?) warnings (default or later with setting possible) ... something like sanity check

I mean - if price_change is over 5%/hour or 10%/day ... beep/scream ... Tongue
Or 7%/3 hours ...

What price? - TOP3 average price??
its up2u comboy - great job ...

And what I love most - u still do something, improve things ...
Its not another great bitcoin site going obsolete in a few months/years

And pls no flash Tongue

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March 08, 2014, 12:25:32 PM
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I think our team at BitQuick.co was the first to implement proof of reserves: https://www.bitquick.co/bitquick-co-updates-api-to-show-proof-of-transparency-we-believe-in-making-bitcoin-trading-safe-and-simple

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With Bitcoin rapidly gaining an increasing amount of global exposure and use, it is imperative that its community and user base are given peace of mind in knowing that the many beloved services and exchanges that they use everyday are fully solvent and transparent.

Our API has been updated to include proof of our reserves, now displaying each escrow address that is currently in use. Users can now verify for themselves that BitQuick.co has all listed funds accounted for, and is not running a fractional reserve.

We strive to offer a quick, convenient, and safe service for buyers and sellers to trade bitcoin. We believe that by being able to view our escrow addresses, users will be able to feel confident that they are using a legitimate and professional platform.

Please feel free to view our updated API here: https://www.bitquick.co/apisell.php

Anyone can act as a third party to verify our funds as well.

Here are some instructions to verify yourself:
1. Find an order on our buy page and place a hold on that order for a small test amount.
2. Visit https://www.bitquick.co/apisell.php and find the escrow address for that particular order.
3. Pay for your order and see if the address you receive your bitcoin from is the same as the escrow address you found in step 2.

BitQuick.co Support Team

Official forum thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=262082.new#new
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March 12, 2014, 02:21:41 PM
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Huobi has been on bitcoinity for a while now:
Also added huobi,
Out of curiosity, may I ask how/where you get Huobi's data? It doesn't seem they have a working API? (at least not documented?)

Same for bitcoin.de:
it is possible to add bitcoin.de?
Great job for adding it, kudos! How do you manage do get their trading data? They don't provide an API either, right?

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March 20, 2014, 10:17:06 AM
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Hum no more Kraken on your website? ;( on it's just some update
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March 21, 2014, 02:22:49 AM
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mtgox: http://bitcoinity.org/markets?exchange=mtgox (a bit laggy while their API is still not fully functional)
tradehill: http://bitcoinity.org/markets?exchange=tradehill

I just wanted to create some thread to collect feedback.
Ideas or problem reports are welcome.

Basically I just created it to have some live ticker on my unused 15" LCD (so it's kinda optimized for 1024x768 full screen), but since some poeple started using it, I'm developing it a bit more. More features coming soon.




Is MTGox ever recovering? We think not, did they just filed for Bankruptcy?

Check Crypto-markets.com
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March 24, 2014, 11:58:55 AM
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I like you BitQuick and you know it but..

Apart from the fact that you are not a standard exchange where customer can store funds and trade them realtime (as far as I understand it), your proof does not seem to be optimal to me. Solvency proof has too parts to it: 1. Prove that you in control of some amount of bitcoins. 2. Prove that sum of users bitcoin liabilities are smaller or equal than that. I don't see either of that.

I've also been contacted by bitalo.com (even before bitquick), they are using multisig and (based on the description) they are doing it right, so that you have full control of your bitcoins and no solvency proof is necessary. I like that very much, but again, that's more like a marketplace. It's something very good and it has its place, but it's not an exchange in a classical meaning.

I just got info from kraken and I need to take a detailed look since I just woke up, but it's possible that's what I've been asking for.

Regarding other posts, sorry for no answers lately, I'll post them soon-ish


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March 24, 2014, 03:19:00 PM
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Kraken post on r/Bitcoin today?
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March 24, 2014, 10:14:42 PM
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Kraken is getting the shout out for being the first exchange to take some serious steps towards proving their bitcoin solvency. Their solution ( https://www.kraken.com/security/audit ) is not perfect but it's better than what any other exchange has done so far. It's going to be just 2 weeks because it's not a full proof of solvency i.e. it still depends on trust to the auditor. I'm happy to promote them because based on my talk with them my subjective opinion is that they know what they are doing.

They plan to release audits quarterly. I definitely would like to see these more often, and with direct proof of control of the bitcoins. I hope this is just a first step to a better future when such proofs become a standard. But a lot of this depends on the community. You can ask your exchange to improve their transparency, and you can vote with your money.

Relevant links:
https://iwilcox.me.uk/2014/proving-bitcoin-reserves
https://github.com/olalonde/proof-of-solvency




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March 24, 2014, 10:38:40 PM
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Where is the charts from Kraken?
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March 24, 2014, 10:40:37 PM
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Where is the charts from Kraken?

http://bitcoinity.org/markets/list
http://bitcoinity.org/markets/kraken/EUR

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March 24, 2014, 11:32:16 PM
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https//www.kraken.com/ is getting the shout out for being the first exchange to take some serious steps towards proving their bitcoin solvency. Their solution ( https://www.kraken.com/security/audit ) is not perfect but it's better than what any other exchange has done so far. It's going to be just 2 weeks because it's not a full proof of solvency i.e. it still depends on trust to the auditor. I'm happy to promote them because based on my talk with them my subjective opinion is that they know what they are doing.

They plan to release audits quarterly. I definitely would like to see these more often, and with direct proof of control of the bitcoins. I hope this is just a first step to a better future when such proofs become a standard. But a lot of this depends on the community. You can ask your exchange to improve their transparency, and you can vote with your money.

Relevant links:
https://iwilcox.me.uk/2014/proving-bitcoin-reserves
https://github.com/olalonde/proof-of-solvency






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March 24, 2014, 11:38:33 PM
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https//www.kraken.com/ is getting the shout out for being the first exchange to take some serious steps towards proving their bitcoin solvency. Their solution ( https://www.kraken.com/security/audit ) is not perfect but it's better than what any other exchange has done so far. It's going to be just 2 weeks because it's not a full proof of solvency i.e. it still depends on trust to the auditor. I'm happy to promote them because based on my talk with them my subjective opinion is that they know what they are doing.

They plan to release audits quarterly. I definitely would like to see these more often, and with direct proof of control of the bitcoins. I hope this is just a first step to a better future when such proofs become a standard. But a lot of this depends on the community. You can ask your exchange to improve their transparency, and you can vote with your money.

Relevant links:
https://iwilcox.me.uk/2014/proving-bitcoin-reserves
https://github.com/olalonde/proof-of-solvency

First, thanks for your work on Bitcoinity !

Then I would like to tell you this highlight of Kraken is nice imo. I hope some people will try Kraken cause they are defining some good standards to bitcoin industry. This audit plus the fact they were one (only?) marketplace not being affected by the malleability issue show people they need to ask more from Kraken's competitors. The Gox fiasco should helps that too.

Edit : I'm using Kraken since January and I like the clear and pro interface they got.
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