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January 09, 2014, 12:10:17 AM
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Am I missing something here?  Huobi still has the largest volume http://bitcoinity.org/markets/list?currency=ALL&span=24h, with BTCe in 2nd place.  What am I missing?
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January 09, 2014, 12:27:48 AM
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Am I missing something here?  Huobi still has the largest volume http://bitcoinity.org/markets/list?currency=ALL&span=24h, with BTCe in 2nd place.  What am I missing?
The suggestion is that Huobi's reported volume is fake. It's also been suggested to BTC-E's reported volume is fake. Hmmm.....
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January 09, 2014, 12:28:40 AM
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Am I missing something here?  Huobi still has the largest volume http://bitcoinity.org/markets/list?currency=ALL&span=24h, with BTCe in 2nd place.  What am I missing?

You missed the FUD train. Try a little harder to jump on board next time.
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January 09, 2014, 12:43:15 AM
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Any suggestions on how this was not done by BTC-e?
Only other possibility I see would be session hijacking or something like that. That would constitute to poor programming.

Someone with malware running on your computer could easily do what you described. Having a different password for your email wouldn't help if you're logged in to your email at the time (or have previously logged in - keylogger, etc).

Locking the screen only prevents someone physically sitting at the console from using it. It does nothing to a remote attacker.

Edit: Now his post is gone... He was accusing BTC-e of stealing 2 BTC from his account without sufficient evidence.
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January 09, 2014, 04:40:10 AM
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I use BTC-E for all my trading of Alt coins.   I have never had a problem (knock on wood), with any deposits, trades, or withdrawals.   I have done several transactions with BTC, LTC, and NMC, so I can vouch for at least those 3 going smoothly.

The only problem is that it is pretty difficult to get USD onto the website.   Each time I have resorted to buying BTC on coinbase.com and then sending it over to BTC-E.  The downside of doing that is that you get hit with the 1% fee on coinbase, and then the USD/BTC is usually lower on BTC-E than on coinbase, so you get skimmed a little off the top right there too...


You withdraw fiat from btce?? I've always sent to stamp for that. Which method do you use and how is it like?
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January 09, 2014, 08:01:04 AM
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btce has the easiest withdraw option, of all exchanges, I'm not telling you which because if too many people use it it might disappear. Wink
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January 09, 2014, 09:07:41 AM
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Anyone else find it interesting that BTCe's trade engine can handle such extraordinary volume, not just bitcoin but all the alts too, without significant lag? Hmm...


Yes, this in fact shows how badly mtgox is coded; no amount of in-memory storage can help if your system is a piece crap to begin with.

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January 09, 2014, 11:15:36 AM
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Anyone else find it interesting that BTCe's trade engine can handle such extraordinary volume, not just bitcoin but all the alts too, without significant lag? Hmm...


Yes, this in fact shows how badly mtgox is coded; no amount of in-memory storage can help if your system is a piece crap to begin with.

I suspect that both MtGox and Stamp have O n^2 orders matching algos - while with simple data structures like heap you can get an n log n matching. Maybe btc-e have just better programmers.
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January 09, 2014, 11:51:56 AM
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So the fee is 0.2%? No tier system like others? I wasn't completely sure from their FAQ.
https://btc-e.com/page/2

Zero % if you bribe the operators.

Then it is obviously not zero %. Hey, you pay no fees if you bribe me with 1mio. dollar. So trading would be free for you  Roll Eyes And if you would pay more fees, why should I do this?

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January 09, 2014, 02:28:32 PM
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For one altcoin on btc-e there are more than a few trade orders for ridiculous amounts such as 20 btc, 40 btc etc. Never understood that are they fake buy/sell orders that get pulled at the last minute? Or is someone trading with themselves.
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