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April 06, 2014, 10:20:15 PM
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Is litecoin going to be added?

No plans for that atm.

Thank you. Please consider not adding it forever Wink

NXT maybe ? Dogecoin ? no ? what about shitcoin ? yes it does exist.... 





mmmmm now what would Bitstamp do ?   (hazek: vem da nisi ravno fan altov Smiley samo to je mal za hec  Cheesy, enkrat bom prišel k vam na kavico pa bova o tem debatirala, da ti mal adrealin steče po žilah, PS: nisem fan altov, samo litecoin je razred zase... ja, zato ker jih imam Cheesy )






Yeah, i am sure this will never change. Litecoin will forever be one of the most traded coins....

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April 06, 2014, 10:25:38 PM
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Yeah, i am sure this will never change. Litecoin will forever be one of the most traded coins....


I've been watching that chart for the last 4 months, and indeed it is the most traded coin ( since I started watching)
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April 06, 2014, 10:26:51 PM
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Yeah, i am sure this will never change. Litecoin will forever be one of the most traded coins....


I've been watching that chart for the last 4 months, and indeed it is the most traded coin ( since I started watching)

I know that. What i was trying to say was, that bitstamp tries to maintain a professional image, and adding Litecoin would not help this image. I bet I am not alone with this opinion.

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April 06, 2014, 10:40:02 PM
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Yeah, i am sure this will never change. Litecoin will forever be one of the most traded coins....


I've been watching that chart for the last 4 months, and indeed it is the most traded coin ( since I started watching)

I know that. What i was trying to say was, that bitstamp tries to maintain a professional image, and adding Litecoin would not help this image. I bet I am not alone with this opinion.

 Bitstamp is the only exchange not trading Litecoin, I get your frustration about "the what Litecoin adds"... usually it is a business decision and not what I think or what do you think but what the market is voting for. in other words market needs.

Ok, let me be clear, I remember once when we were changing servers (my previous job) and our infrastructure for the last 15 years was all bought from Dell, now as I was the latest addition to the team I was open to pretty much anything, but the older Admins didn't want to go HP because they didn't see why HP instead ? Dell hardware works same, even better because they Had years of experience and they were used to it,  for some reason the Regional business team decided HP.....

Long story short, some members of the team didn't like it but they got use to it and I think the company did benefit out of this big time.... I can tell you many examples but I am sure you do understand what I am trying to say here Smiley
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April 06, 2014, 10:43:22 PM
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Yeah, i am sure this will never change. Litecoin will forever be one of the most traded coins....


I've been watching that chart for the last 4 months, and indeed it is the most traded coin ( since I started watching)

I know that. What i was trying to say was, that bitstamp tries to maintain a professional image, and adding Litecoin would not help this image. I bet I am not alone with this opinion.

 Bitstamp is the only exchange not trading Litecoin, I get your frustration about "the what Litecoin adds"... usually it is a business decision and not what I think or what do you think but what the market is voting for. in other words market needs.

Ok, let me be clear, I remember once when we were changing servers (my previous job) and our infrastructure for the last 15 years was all bought from Dell, now as I was the latest addition to the team I was open to pretty much anything, but the older Admins didn't want to go HP because they didn't see why HP instead ? Dell hardware works same, even better because they Had years of experience amd they were used to it,  for some reason the Regional business team decided HP.....

Long story short, some members of the team didn't like it but they got use to it and I think the company did benefit out of this big time.... I can tell you many examples but I am sure you do understand what I am trying to say here Smiley

i know what you are saying and i understand perfectly.

What i am trying to tell you is, that while it may be valid shortterm decision to add LTC to increase revenue, I think longterm it might be better to not add it, so that the platform looks more professional and more "Big" guys use it.

(This comes from a guy that holds a big number of LTC myself, and sure it would certainly be good for the LTC price)

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April 06, 2014, 10:49:54 PM
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Yeah, i am sure this will never change. Litecoin will forever be one of the most traded coins....


I've been watching that chart for the last 4 months, and indeed it is the most traded coin ( since I started watching)

I know that. What i was trying to say was, that bitstamp tries to maintain a professional image, and adding Litecoin would not help this image. I bet I am not alone with this opinion.

 Bitstamp is the only exchange not trading Litecoin, I get your frustration about "the what Litecoin adds"... usually it is a business decision and not what I think or what do you think but what the market is voting for. in other words market needs.

Ok, let me be clear, I remember once when we were changing servers (my previous job) and our infrastructure for the last 15 years was all bought from Dell, now as I was the latest addition to the team I was open to pretty much anything, but the older Admins didn't want to go HP because they didn't see why HP instead ? Dell hardware works same, even better because they Had years of experience amd they were used to it,  for some reason the Regional business team decided HP.....

Long story short, some members of the team didn't like it but they got use to it and I think the company did benefit out of this big time.... I can tell you many examples but I am sure you do understand what I am trying to say here Smiley

i know what you are saying and i understand perfectly.

What i am trying to tell you is, that while it may be valid shortterm decision to add LTC to increase revenue, I think longterm it might be better to not add it, so that the platform looks more professional and more "Big" guys use it.

(This comes from a guy that holds a big number of LTC myself, and sure it would certainly be good for the LTC price)

I don't know, we will see about that, I have been trading exclusively on Bitstamp for more than a year now, and I don't feel comfortable anymore using BTC-e for my Litecoin trading, Kraken has almost 0 volume, bitfinex seems like a good replacement but the volume is still really low.
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April 06, 2014, 10:54:36 PM
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Yeah, i am sure this will never change. Litecoin will forever be one of the most traded coins....


I've been watching that chart for the last 4 months, and indeed it is the most traded coin ( since I started watching)

I know that. What i was trying to say was, that bitstamp tries to maintain a professional image, and adding Litecoin would not help this image. I bet I am not alone with this opinion.

 Bitstamp is the only exchange not trading Litecoin, I get your frustration about "the what Litecoin adds"... usually it is a business decision and not what I think or what do you think but what the market is voting for. in other words market needs.

Ok, let me be clear, I remember once when we were changing servers (my previous job) and our infrastructure for the last 15 years was all bought from Dell, now as I was the latest addition to the team I was open to pretty much anything, but the older Admins didn't want to go HP because they didn't see why HP instead ? Dell hardware works same, even better because they Had years of experience amd they were used to it,  for some reason the Regional business team decided HP.....

Long story short, some members of the team didn't like it but they got use to it and I think the company did benefit out of this big time.... I can tell you many examples but I am sure you do understand what I am trying to say here Smiley

i know what you are saying and i understand perfectly.

What i am trying to tell you is, that while it may be valid shortterm decision to add LTC to increase revenue, I think longterm it might be better to not add it, so that the platform looks more professional and more "Big" guys use it.

(This comes from a guy that holds a big number of LTC myself, and sure it would certainly be good for the LTC price)

I don't know, we will see about that, I have been trading exclusively on Bitstamp for more than a year now, and I don't feel comfortable anymore using BTC-e for my Litecoin trading, Kraken has almost 0 volume, bitfinex seems like a good replacement but the volume is till really low.

This reminds me of myself! BTC/USD bitstamp (SEPA funding is very easy) and everything with leverage and LTC I do on bitfinex. I like both the same. But I have to say that Bitstamp looks more professional because of the lack of LTC trading Wink

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April 06, 2014, 11:01:26 PM
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I think longterm it might be better to not add it, so that the platform looks more professional and more "Big" guys use it.
you should definitely take a survey on that, it is hard to believe.

They do not even offer query historical trades at point in time/id.
I strongly believe there are platforms which presents bitstamp data incorrectly due to the offset parameter removed in October 2013.
This is lack of professionalism.

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April 06, 2014, 11:03:35 PM
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Yeah, i am sure this will never change. Litecoin will forever be one of the most traded coins....


I've been watching that chart for the last 4 months, and indeed it is the most traded coin ( since I started watching)

I know that. What i was trying to say was, that bitstamp tries to maintain a professional image, and adding Litecoin would not help this image. I bet I am not alone with this opinion.

 Bitstamp is the only exchange not trading Litecoin, I get your frustration about "the what Litecoin adds"... usually it is a business decision and not what I think or what do you think but what the market is voting for. in other words market needs.

Ok, let me be clear, I remember once when we were changing servers (my previous job) and our infrastructure for the last 15 years was all bought from Dell, now as I was the latest addition to the team I was open to pretty much anything, but the older Admins didn't want to go HP because they didn't see why HP instead ? Dell hardware works same, even better because they Had years of experience amd they were used to it,  for some reason the Regional business team decided HP.....

Long story short, some members of the team didn't like it but they got use to it and I think the company did benefit out of this big time.... I can tell you many examples but I am sure you do understand what I am trying to say here Smiley

i know what you are saying and i understand perfectly.

What i am trying to tell you is, that while it may be valid shortterm decision to add LTC to increase revenue, I think longterm it might be better to not add it, so that the platform looks more professional and more "Big" guys use it.

(This comes from a guy that holds a big number of LTC myself, and sure it would certainly be good for the LTC price)

I don't know, we will see about that, I have been trading exclusively on Bitstamp for more than a year now, and I don't feel comfortable anymore using BTC-e for my Litecoin trading, Kraken has almost 0 volume, bitfinex seems like a good replacement but the volume is till really low.

This reminds me of myself! BTC/USD bitstamp (SEPA funding is very easy) and everything with leverage and LTC I do on bitfinex. I like both the same. But I have to say that Bitstamp looks more professional because of the lack of LTC trading Wink

the site looks really clean, modern and easy to use, but I don't agree or think that adding Litecoin would disrupt the professionalism or the look of it Smiley  we can discuss this thing all day and night, but hey, it is up to them... we are just wasting our time discussing this matter here  Cheesy
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April 07, 2014, 08:29:57 AM
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They have a more than enough work with btc, if they implemented ltc, it would be a nightmare. On the other hand, it would be good if btc got widely adopted for starters...

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April 08, 2014, 09:37:21 AM
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Can anyone comment on the recent SSL bug. Other exchanges are either not affected or have implemented fixes. Bitstamp is still showing as vunerable on

http://filippo.io/Heartbleed/#bitstamp.com

I dont want to log on until this is fixed.
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April 08, 2014, 09:46:35 AM
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please retry. Reports it as ok now.

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April 08, 2014, 09:50:51 AM
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please retry. Reports it as ok now.

Reports it as vulnerable here.
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April 08, 2014, 09:52:23 AM
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please retry. Reports it as ok now.

Reports it as vulnerable here.

Same here. Still vulnerable.

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April 08, 2014, 09:54:42 AM
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Still vulnerable.



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April 08, 2014, 09:57:01 AM
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Interesting. It reported green 10 minutes, but now doesn't.

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April 08, 2014, 10:43:17 AM
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Still vulnerable.


We are investigating this issue and have temporarily disabled login for existing users, the registration of new accounts and virtual currency withdrawals. These measures are "just in case" temporary measures while we wait for our DDoS mitigation service provider to fix this issue. Our backend was already patched.

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April 08, 2014, 11:12:46 AM
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Still vulnerable.


We are investigating this issue and have temporarily disabled login for existing users, the registration of new accounts and virtual currency withdrawals. These measures are "just in case" temporary measures while we wait for our DDoS mitigation service provider to fix this issue. Our backend was already patched.

Thanks for the update Hazek, keep us informed when Cloudfare get back to you and services are resumed.
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Still vulnerable.


We are investigating this issue and have temporarily disabled login for existing users, the registration of new accounts and virtual currency withdrawals. These measures are "just in case" temporary measures while we wait for our DDoS mitigation service provider to fix this issue. Our backend was already patched.

Thanks for the update Hazek, keep us informed when Cloudfare get back to you and services are resumed.

We are not with Cloudflare, our DDoS mitigation is provided by Incapsula.

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Does this technically boil down to having to trust Incapsula for the encryption in the end?
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