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December 03, 2013, 04:16:22 PM
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So is BitMit now dead?

After that post about the security breaches and them denying a quarter million euros I don't think BitMit will ever sell. BitMits reputation as a business has kind of died off now.

If only the BitSumo guy took over BitMit. Sad

You know what would be cool though?

If he made his own BitMit Cheesy

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December 03, 2013, 09:43:34 PM
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So is BitMit now dead?

After that post about the security breaches and them denying a quarter million euros I don't think BitMit will ever sell. BitMits reputation as a business has kind of died off now.

If only the BitSumo guy took over BitMit. Sad

You know what would be cool though?

If he made his own BitMit Cheesy

I offered and sent them many emails they dont respond to anything. So at this point they would need to pay me to take there site.
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December 03, 2013, 11:21:07 PM
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So is BitMit now dead?

After that post about the security breaches and them denying a quarter million euros I don't think BitMit will ever sell. BitMits reputation as a business has kind of died off now.

If only the BitSumo guy took over BitMit. Sad

You know what would be cool though?

If he made his own BitMit Cheesy

I offered and sent them many emails they dont respond to anything. So at this point they would need to pay me to take there site.

Yeah, I think that the site has lost any value it had. Everyone interested in buying it is better off hiring a team to build their own site.

Would be even better if the BitSumo guy did that, since we already know the management of BitSumo is great.

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December 07, 2013, 03:05:59 PM
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Appears someone is doing something with bitmit as I got a email that is about my withdrawl of the coin I had in my account back from 11/8 just resent this mornining was kind a hopping for a dup-transaction but didn't actually send to my address again :-)

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December 07, 2013, 10:11:58 PM
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Over the past month, I've made a few withdrawals from Bitmit, since I didn't want to risk losing my coins  when they shut down. For every withdrawal I've had to pay a quite hefty withdrawal fee. I think the current Bitmit owners have been greedy with the fees, and by being vague about the actual closing date they have tricked many of us to make more frequent withdrawals than would have been necessary, had we been informed about the final closing date from the start.

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December 07, 2013, 10:58:09 PM
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Over the past month, I've made a few withdrawals from Bitmit, since I didn't want to risk losing my coins  when they shut down. For every withdrawal I've had to pay a quite hefty withdrawal fee. I think the current Bitmit owners have been greedy with the fees, and by being vague about the actual closing date they have tricked many of us to make more frequent withdrawals than would have been necessary, had we been informed about the final closing date from the start.
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December 07, 2013, 11:25:41 PM
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Over the past month, I've made a few withdrawals from Bitmit, since I didn't want to risk losing my coins  when they shut down. For every withdrawal I've had to pay a quite hefty withdrawal fee. I think the current Bitmit owners have been greedy with the fees, and by being vague about the actual closing date they have tricked many of us to make more frequent withdrawals than would have been necessary, had we been informed about the final closing date from the start.
How much are the withdrawal fees?

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December 07, 2013, 11:27:53 PM
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Over the past month, I've made a few withdrawals from Bitmit, since I didn't want to risk losing my coins  when they shut down. For every withdrawal I've had to pay a quite hefty withdrawal fee. I think the current Bitmit owners have been greedy with the fees, and by being vague about the actual closing date they have tricked many of us to make more frequent withdrawals than would have been necessary, had we been informed about the final closing date from the start.
How much are the withdrawal fees?
Fee: 0.001 Bitcoin

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December 08, 2013, 01:42:11 AM
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Over the past month, I've made a few withdrawals from Bitmit, since I didn't want to risk losing my coins  when they shut down. For every withdrawal I've had to pay a quite hefty withdrawal fee. I think the current Bitmit owners have been greedy with the fees, and by being vague about the actual closing date they have tricked many of us to make more frequent withdrawals than would have been necessary, had we been informed about the final closing date from the start.
How much are the withdrawal fees?
Fee: 0.001 Bitcoin
It's way too much. And how much of it actually goes into tx fees?

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December 08, 2013, 02:12:08 AM
Last edit: December 08, 2013, 07:55:48 AM by deepceleron
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Any feedback on how long a withdraw confirmation email has been taking? I hit the withdraw, and no email after 30+ minutes of staring.

Edit: figured it out, bitmit got labeled a spammer and put in the junk because two days ago they sent 13 "withdraw your balance" warning emails at once.
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December 08, 2013, 08:12:25 AM
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Over the past month, I've made a few withdrawals from Bitmit, since I didn't want to risk losing my coins  when they shut down. For every withdrawal I've had to pay a quite hefty withdrawal fee. I think the current Bitmit owners have been greedy with the fees, and by being vague about the actual closing date they have tricked many of us to make more frequent withdrawals than would have been necessary, had we been informed about the final closing date from the start.
How much are the withdrawal fees?
Fee: 0.001 Bitcoin
It's way too much. And how much of it actually goes into tx fees?
0.0001 BTC. They are keeping 90% of the fee, and making ~ 0.75 USD in fees for every withdrawal (even more before the correction of recent days).

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December 08, 2013, 08:13:06 AM
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I'm getting an email for 2 very old orders

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Order xxxx has still funds in escrow. Please complete it now because Bitmit is closing!

The orders both look complete and payed (after fiddling I managed to produce url for the orders, they are not displayed on the pages anywhere).

What gives?

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December 08, 2013, 12:07:02 PM
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Over the past month, I've made a few withdrawals from Bitmit, since I didn't want to risk losing my coins  when they shut down. For every withdrawal I've had to pay a quite hefty withdrawal fee. I think the current Bitmit owners have been greedy with the fees, and by being vague about the actual closing date they have tricked many of us to make more frequent withdrawals than would have been necessary, had we been informed about the final closing date from the start.
How much are the withdrawal fees?
Fee: 0.001 Bitcoin
It's way too much. And how much of it actually goes into tx fees?
0.0001 BTC. They are keeping 90% of the fee, and making ~ 0.75 USD in fees for every withdrawal (even more before the correction of recent days).
I too can confirm they charged 0.001 and paid 0.0001. That's better than not getting bitcoins out at all though.
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December 08, 2013, 08:08:36 PM
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They're probably trying to cash in a bit of extra profit without getting their heads beheaded since BitMit failed to sell.

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December 08, 2013, 09:25:58 PM
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They're probably trying to cash in a bit of extra profit without getting their heads beheaded since BitMit failed to sell.

that sounds about right. It is disappointing to as I offered to buy it.
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December 08, 2013, 09:56:41 PM
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They're probably trying to cash in a bit of extra profit without getting their heads beheaded since BitMit failed to sell.

that sounds about right. It is disappointing to as I offered to buy it.
Was their fee lower before? There are more sites that used this tx fee... but most of them have lowered it. It just doesn't make sense... but yeah, they're making money.

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December 09, 2013, 06:48:42 AM
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They're probably trying to cash in a bit of extra profit without getting their heads beheaded since BitMit failed to sell.

that sounds about right. It is disappointing to as I offered to buy it.
Was their fee lower before? There are more sites that used this tx fee... but most of them have lowered it. It just doesn't make sense... but yeah, they're making money.

We send some mails by accident to users of already completed orders. However there are still some unfinished orders in the system. We are trying to reach everyone who has still funds in its account and will also be available after the shutdown if an disappeared user comes back. The fee has always been like that but if you have a very small btc amount in your btc wallet we can refund it to you.
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December 09, 2013, 06:51:30 AM
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The fee has always been like that but if you have a very small btc amount in your btc wallet we can refund it to you.

Then please refund me the fees you have taken from me.

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December 09, 2013, 06:54:33 AM
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The fee has always been like that but if you have a very small btc amount in your btc wallet we can refund it to you.

Then please refund me the fees you have taken from me.
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December 09, 2013, 07:27:49 AM
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oh bitches, get off your period.

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