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July 04, 2011, 07:50:49 AM
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Your going to do WHAT, going to kill him with an overdose of bad HTML formatting?

Anyway, I've never really had any problems with mtgox. Yes the hack and downtime was annoying but the site came back as promised.



LOL @ HTML

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July 04, 2011, 02:05:28 PM
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Your going to do WHAT, going to kill him with an overdose of bad HTML formatting?

Anyway, I've never really had any problems with mtgox. Yes the hack and downtime was annoying but the site came back as promised.



LOL @ HTML

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i am sorry but you are being ignorant. you cannot accomplish anything with posts like that.
You could calmly create a post and lay out the exact situation to the rest of the forum asking for suggestions.
During this time you could create new tickets to resolve your problem.
BTW. html joke was awesome  Grin
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July 04, 2011, 03:11:15 PM
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July 04, 2011, 05:32:31 PM
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Your going to do WHAT, going to kill him with an overdose of bad HTML formatting?

Anyway, I've never really had any problems with mtgox. Yes the hack and downtime was annoying but the site came back as promised.



LOL @ HTML

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i am sorry but you are being ignorant. you cannot accomplish anything with posts like that.
You could calmly create a post and lay out the exact situation to the rest of the forum asking for suggestions.
During this time you could create new tickets to resolve your problem.
BTW. html joke was awesome  Grin

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July 04, 2011, 05:37:56 PM
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DupingBitCoins should totally start an internet petition, because you know, that's how you UP the drama-quotient. You know, instead of firmly resolving to never use Gox again, like an adult.

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July 04, 2011, 05:43:42 PM
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The OP has every right to be as frustrated as he is. What's shocking is the amount of folks who come to defend Mt. Gox as if they were getting paid to do so.

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July 04, 2011, 05:46:29 PM
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The OP has every right to be as frustrated as he is. What's shocking is the amount of folks who come to defend Mt. Gox as if they were getting paid to do so.


Its okay, their are much more complaints against them.
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July 04, 2011, 05:48:26 PM
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And I have every right to be sick of their whining. Life is unfair, boo-hoo.

Man up and take your loss, never use them again, fashion a dartboard target and use it regularly. Perhaps move on with your life.

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July 04, 2011, 06:17:48 PM
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And I have every right to be sick of their whining. Life is unfair, boo-hoo.

Man up and take your loss, never use them again, fashion a dartboard target and use it regularly. Perhaps move on with your life.

I love this response.  Hi, welcome to Bitcoin.  Thanks for your money.  NOW FUCK OFF!

Gee, I wonder why the general public is turned off by this.
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July 04, 2011, 06:20:27 PM
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fuck off
Now you're just being stupid: they disbanded over a week ago. Good luck having them do anything to MtGox.

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July 04, 2011, 06:21:35 PM
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And I have every right to be sick of their whining. Life is unfair, boo-hoo.

Man up and take your loss, never use them again, fashion a dartboard target and use it regularly. Perhaps move on with your life.

I love this response.  Hi, welcome to Bitcoin.  Thanks for your money.  NOW FUCK OFF!

Gee, I wonder why the general public is turned off by this.

I'd say that the meager handful of people who understand this system and actively participate in it so far are a long way from "the general public". As many others have said, the client isn't totally up to par for joe sixpack to get in on the benefits. It will eventually, but not just yet.

And yes, if you are unable to understand counterparty risk inherent in emerging markets, you're better off playing in another sandbox until this thing comes out of early beta.


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July 04, 2011, 06:26:18 PM
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And I have every right to be sick of their whining. Life is unfair, boo-hoo.

Man up and take your loss, never use them again, fashion a dartboard target and use it regularly. Perhaps move on with your life.

I love this response.  Hi, welcome to Bitcoin.  Thanks for your money.  NOW FUCK OFF!

Gee, I wonder why the general public is turned off by this.

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July 04, 2011, 06:36:42 PM
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It isn't a question of "will bitcoin win", it is only a question of "when?".

You are a tool.



And I have every right to be sick of their whining. Life is unfair, boo-hoo.

Man up and take your loss, never use them again, fashion a dartboard target and use it regularly. Perhaps move on with your life.

I love this response.  Hi, welcome to Bitcoin.  Thanks for your money.  NOW FUCK OFF!

Gee, I wonder why the general public is turned off by this.

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July 04, 2011, 06:45:23 PM
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And I have every right to be sick of their whining. Life is unfair, boo-hoo.

Man up and take your loss, never use them again, fashion a dartboard target and use it regularly. Perhaps move on with your life.

You're assuming he has a life... bit of a stretch there.
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July 04, 2011, 07:03:03 PM
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And I have every right to be sick of their whining. Life is unfair, boo-hoo.

Man up and take your loss, never use them again, fashion a dartboard target and use it regularly. Perhaps move on with your life.

I love this response.  Hi, welcome to Bitcoin.  Thanks for your money.  NOW FUCK OFF!

Gee, I wonder why the general public is turned off by this.

I'd say that the meager handful of people who understand this system and actively participate in it so far are a long way from "the general public". As many others have said, the client isn't totally up to par for joe sixpack to get in on the benefits. It will eventually, but not just yet.

And yes, if you are unable to understand counterparty risk inherent in emerging markets, you're better off playing in another sandbox until this thing comes out of early beta.



Risk is one thing in an emerging market.  Theft is another animal altogether.

One can assume several things about this situation but there are 2 that stick out right now regarding MTGox closing account valid tickets proving they owe you money.

1.  They don't have enough money/BTC to make good on what is owed.  (Which is scary in it's own right.)
2.  They have no intention of paying back what they owe to those stuck in limbo.  (Theft.)

Yes, there are inherent risks involved.  (Losing value, out-right crash)  One of those isn't a supposedly reputable company that everyone seems to be sticking up for and telling people to invest in for stealing your money.  And then telling those that have their money stuck in 10 closed support tickets that they aren't updating or helping dozens of people to, "fuck off", and yes it's basically what you are saying.

Sorry, I don't know very many people that will allow someone to fuck with their money.

Those that do are either complicit with MTGox or completely fucking stupidly blind.
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July 04, 2011, 07:07:19 PM
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Now you're just being stupid: they disbanded over a week ago. Good luck having them do anything to MtGox.

clearly this is over your head
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July 04, 2011, 07:41:33 PM
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weird stuff...

I didn't have an astronomical amount of usd or btc at the time of the hack... but after the 4-5 day period of delays and what not I was able to log back in and my account was intact w\ the proper btc and usd amounts it had prior to the hack.

People need to cut mtgox some slack.  OBVIOUSLY... they're seriously understaffed.  The influx since april-may into the btc community has been huge and they weren't ready for that. 

They probably have thousands of unread emails in their inbox and probably have to waste lots of time helping people with user-error type problems.

I will continue to use mtgox even if I am pissed that my email address is out on the web for the world to see and try to brute force any other accounts I have w\ that email address.  Luckily I use different passwords everywhere and my mtgox one was secure enough to not be cracked right away.

Anyhow, I'll just end my rant right there.

Have patience.  XOXO
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July 04, 2011, 07:55:09 PM
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weird stuff...

I didn't have an astronomical amount of usd or btc at the time of the hack... but after the 4-5 day period of delays and what not I was able to log back in and my account was intact w\ the proper btc and usd amounts it had prior to the hack.

People need to cut mtgox some slack.  OBVIOUSLY... they're seriously understaffed.  The influx since april-may into the btc community has been huge and they weren't ready for that. 

They probably have thousands of unread emails in their inbox and probably have to waste lots of time helping people with user-error type problems.

I will continue to use mtgox even if I am pissed that my email address is out on the web for the world to see and try to brute force any other accounts I have w\ that email address.  Luckily I use different passwords everywhere and my mtgox one was secure enough to not be cracked right away.

Anyhow, I'll just end my rant right there.

Have patience.  XOXO

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July 04, 2011, 08:31:03 PM
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Risk is one thing in an emerging market.  Theft is another animal altogether.

One can assume several things about this situation but there are 2 that stick out right now regarding MTGox closing account valid tickets proving they owe you money.

1.  They don't have enough money/BTC to make good on what is owed.  (Which is scary in it's own right.)
2.  They have no intention of paying back what they owe to those stuck in limbo.  (Theft.)

Yes, there are inherent risks involved.  (Losing value, out-right crash)  One of those isn't a supposedly reputable company that everyone seems to be sticking up for and telling people to invest in for stealing your money.  And then telling those that have their money stuck in 10 closed support tickets that they aren't updating or helping dozens of people to, "fuck off", and yes it's basically what you are saying.

Sorry, I don't know very many people that will allow someone to fuck with their money.

Those that do are either complicit with MTGox or completely fucking stupidly blind.

The risk *is* the potential for everything you listed above. Want to know what balances I have in any of the active exchanges? Zero. I do a transfer, make my trade, and transfer out. My personal risk is something happening in the interim, and I fully acknowledge it.

I treat every service this way, because it is the only way to sanely operate when you have an emerging market situation, like we do here. Whether the 'root cause' is technical problems, outright stealing or an elaborate con, the end result is the same. You took a risk, and lost.

I don't intend to lose any more than I'm willing to risk, hence my strategy. That is what I meant by life not being fair.

Posting endless threads about it won't get your money back.

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July 04, 2011, 08:44:39 PM
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Posting endless threads about it won't get your money back.


And posting endless threads about your strategies wont stop us from making this public.  But thanks anyways mom.
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