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April 15, 2011, 10:55:44 AM
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I just did what I promised and sold 100 BTC at $0.20 each. Most of the bids were way over that but 2 lucky people bid exactly that amount and made off quite well. I will do the same thing with 1000 BTC at $0.40 on May, 1st.

You can see the list of trades here: https://www.bitcoin2cash.com/json/trades.php
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April 16, 2011, 01:52:27 AM
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I've just listed 1,000 BTC for sale at $1.00 USD each, which will stay at that price until someone buys them all, no matter how high the market price gets.
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April 18, 2011, 02:52:14 AM
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I've just updated the front page with some W3C badges and a nice little dynamic chart of recent trade prices.
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April 20, 2011, 06:04:15 AM
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I predict your service will fail and be gone within 45 days. Anyone care to bet against me?

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I would also like to take nanaimogold's bet.  I wager 50 BTC.  I propose the following terms:

1. On June 1, I will enter the #bitcoin-otc channel.  I will say, "Please help me win a bet by conducting a free transaction with bitcoin2cash.com! See http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5307.0;all".  If necessary I will provide more detail in the channel in response to questions.  Nanaimogold may do similar.
2. bitcoin2cash will offer to waive all transaction fees for up to 20 people for the period of June 1 to June 15.  Up to 10 people may be specified by me, and up to 10 people may be specified by nanaimogold.
3. By June 15, I will produce signed statements by at least 5 distinct people saying "I successfully conducted a transaction on bitcoin2cash.com after May 31, 2011.  I was not paid by anyone to make this statement.".  Each of the signers will have a total trust rating of 5 or greater, as verifiable at http://trust.bitcoin-otc.com/viewratings.php .  If I fail to do this, I lose the bet.
4. Nanaimogold may produce signed statements by distinct people saying "I attempted to conduct a transaction on bitcoin2cash.com on 2011-06-YY, but was unable to do so.  I was not paid by anyone to make this statement."  Again, each of the signers must have a trust rating of 5 or greater.  Also, each of nanaimogold's statements must have a different date (YY), just in case there is a transient outage.  If Nanaimogold produces at least 5 such statements by June 15, I lose the bet.

If I can produce 5 signatures *and* nanaimogold does not produce 5 signatures, then I win the bet, and Nanaimogold will send 50 BTC to 18tqbBysusM8JBfGEgNQggLk6VR6gbsNfx .  Otherwise I will send 50 BTC to an address of Nanaimogold's choosing.

Nanaimogold may signify acceptance of this bet by posting the phrase "I accept abliss's bet" on this thread by 2011-04-30, and including a BTC address for payment.  If he does not like the terms of this bet, he should propose a revision of the terms.  Otherwise he should quit talking smack about bitcoin2cash.


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April 20, 2011, 06:58:51 AM
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There are no transaction fees. Trading is free. Depositing cash is free. There is only a withdrawal fee for me sending you cash by mail of $5, to cover shipping and handling. Is that what you meant?
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April 20, 2011, 08:11:05 AM
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Lol, if this bet happens I will ship some cash on June 1st to make a trade. Or maybe sell coins if the price is okay so I don't have to bother with a stamp.

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April 26, 2011, 12:19:50 PM
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All the Bitcoins listed on the market were sold. Now there's several buyers but no sellers.

https://www.bitcoin2cash.com/orders.php

If the prices people are bidding are too low for your tastes, please list your BTC for sale at the appropriate price so we can attract new buyers.
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April 27, 2011, 01:56:55 AM
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Listed the promo Bitcoins I got =D
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April 27, 2011, 02:13:22 AM
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I just posted an ask for 145 BTC at $1.73, and I'll soon increase that quantity.

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April 27, 2011, 07:19:40 AM
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Forgive me for my stupid question, but I've never used an exchange like this before.  What happens if the numbers don't match up exactly?  For instance, I have an "ask" offer of 5 BTC for $1.69 apiece.  In the "bid" column there is someone bidding for 10 BTC at $1.69 apiece.  Will this trade ever happen or would I have to offer to sell exactly 10 for the transaction to occur?  Does it do this other way around as well, or only when the bid quantity is more than the ask quantity?
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April 27, 2011, 08:02:13 AM
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Forgive me for my stupid question, but I've never used an exchange like this before.  What happens if the numbers don't match up exactly?  For instance, I have an "ask" offer of 5 BTC for $1.69 apiece.  In the "bid" column there is someone bidding for 10 BTC at $1.69 apiece.  Will this trade ever happen or would I have to offer to sell exactly 10 for the transaction to occur?  Does it do this other way around as well, or only when the bid quantity is more than the ask quantity?

When order matching occurs (every 5 minutes at this exchange, usually instant at others), a larger order at the same price as an opposite smaller order will be partially filled, regardless of whether the larger order is a bid or an ask.

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April 27, 2011, 08:14:10 AM
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See that's what I thought would happen as well, but both orders have been sitting there for over an hour with no changes.  Is there some extra step I need to do manually, or perhaps has something stalled on the server end (in which case I should probably use email or something)?  Or am I reading the numbers wrong somehow?



EDIT:  Also, since I can't find this info in any threads or the FAQ, how many confirmations does Bitcoin2Cash wait for upon receiving a Bitcoin deposit before crediting the account? 
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April 27, 2011, 09:29:16 AM
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See that's what I thought would happen as well, but both orders have been sitting there for over an hour with no changes.  Is there some extra step I need to do manually, or perhaps has something stalled on the server end (in which case I should probably use email or something)?  Or am I reading the numbers wrong somehow?
Unless it's a display rounding issue, I don't know why those orders haven't been matched yet. It does seem you should email them.

EDIT:  Also, since I can't find this info in any threads or the FAQ, how many confirmations does Bitcoin2Cash wait for upon receiving a Bitcoin deposit before crediting the account? 
I haven't noticed.

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April 28, 2011, 07:46:15 AM
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For some reason, the RPC server was locked up. I restarted it and everything is running normally again. Nothing was lost, just a pause in service.
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April 28, 2011, 02:53:46 PM
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Have you updated to 0.3.21 yet? It fixes some deadlocks which cause the daemon to become unresponsive.
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April 29, 2011, 05:59:29 PM
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Have you updated to 0.3.21 yet? It fixes some deadlocks which cause the daemon to become unresponsive.

I just did. Thanks for the suggestion.
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April 29, 2011, 08:33:45 PM
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First off, thanks for fixing things.  I've made several exchanges since then.  I've also learned through observation that BTC deposits take somewhere between 1 and 3 confirmations to appear in the account (wasn't watching too closely to get a more exact number).

I had a quick question though: in another topic you mentioned:
The market is moving pretty fast right now and I seriously doubt you will find anyone willing to sell that far below market price unless they are doing so to draw traffic to their exchange, like I've done in the past.
In light of your involvement with the Alabama relief efforts, are you still planning to go ahead with your $0.40 promotional sale in a few days?  So far you've proven to be a man of your word, but I just want to make sure.

(I'm asking this here to help prevent that thread from going more off-topic)
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April 30, 2011, 06:45:03 PM
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First off, thanks for fixing things.  I've made several exchanges since then.  I've also learned through observation that BTC deposits take somewhere between 1 and 3 confirmations to appear in the account (wasn't watching too closely to get a more exact number).

I had a quick question though: in another topic you mentioned:
The market is moving pretty fast right now and I seriously doubt you will find anyone willing to sell that far below market price unless they are doing so to draw traffic to their exchange, like I've done in the past.
In light of your involvement with the Alabama relief efforts, are you still planning to go ahead with your $0.40 promotional sale in a few days?  So far you've proven to be a man of your word, but I just want to make sure.

(I'm asking this here to help prevent that thread from going more off-topic)

Yes, I will be going ahead with my sale as usual. I see a lot of people bidding exactly $0.40 but I hope people realize that if someone bids $0.41 they will get their orders filled first.
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April 30, 2011, 08:22:10 PM
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@bitcoin2cash: I sent some cash about 10 days ago. How long does it usually take to get there from Canada? I was hoping to get it in before May 1 but so far it has not shown up in my account.
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April 30, 2011, 09:15:06 PM
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@bitcoin2cash: I sent some cash about 10 days ago. How long does it usually take to get there from Canada? I was hoping to get it in before May 1 but so far it has not shown up in my account.

I'm not sure how long it takes from Canada. I wouldn't think it would be that long though. Please send me an email at sales@bitcoin2cash.com and I'll see what information I can find out for you.
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