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Author Topic: Shouldn't your open bid order show up in Mt. Gox's market depth chart?  (Read 885 times)
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July 01, 2011, 10:49:59 PM
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I have an open order for bitcoins at $10.00, but I don't see them in the Mt. Gox market depth chart.  Anyone know more about how this works?

https://www.mtgox.com/trade/history

Is it just goxed?
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July 01, 2011, 10:52:17 PM
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Too low. bid higher.
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July 01, 2011, 10:52:53 PM
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Does it matter?  Nobody really gives what is going on way outside of the market-price region. It's a waste of bandwidth and considering how slow the volume chart loads as is, I am glad I don't see your useless 10 dollar bid.
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July 01, 2011, 10:57:47 PM
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Does it matter?  Nobody really gives what is going on way outside of the market-price region. It's a waste of bandwidth and considering how slow the volume chart loads as is, I am glad I don't see your useless 10 dollar bid.
It could matter if there is a lot of open bids way down low to see what you would have to break through to go even lower.

It isn't that important, I was just curious why it didn't show up.  They must only gather the nearest 200 or so bid/ask orders to show on their chart.

But if the price drops alot over a few weeks, then my bid won't be worthless after all.
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July 02, 2011, 03:17:54 AM
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Does it matter?  Nobody really gives what is going on way outside of the market-price region. It's a waste of bandwidth and considering how slow the volume chart loads as is, I am glad I don't see your useless 10 dollar bid.
So are you ready to give me an apology for saying my 10 dollar bid was useless earlier today?

Hahahahahaha Tongue
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July 02, 2011, 03:25:25 AM
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Does it matter?  Nobody really gives what is going on way outside of the market-price region. It's a waste of bandwidth and considering how slow the volume chart loads as is, I am glad I don't see your useless 10 dollar bid.
So are you ready to give me an apology for saying my 10 dollar bid was useless earlier today?

Hahahahahaha Tongue

So maybe I spoke too soon.  Even though the market went down to $3/bitcoin, my $10 bid never cleared.

I think that clearly means that something is goxed.  Why would the system sell to someone at $3 when I was willing to buy at $10?  

I think Gox is still goxed.  Anyone know more about the trading system that can tell me why not?
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