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July 25, 2014, 12:34:24 AM
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What happen after they try to re-start their company?

Too much Gov't in the way, and not enough funding to deal with the read tape...I think.
True. but, laws are easing up for BTC in some states in US. California had a breakthrough, and i believe NYC has a comment period on-going or something closer to that.

But, yes, all 50 states.......will take a lifetime to fall in line.

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July 25, 2014, 03:20:01 AM
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Same here, I tried a PM, Email, and tradehill ticket system. No response.

How much they owe their client?
A lot
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July 27, 2014, 07:19:00 PM
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Same here, I tried a PM, Email, and tradehill ticket system. No response.

How much they owe their client?
A lot

Someone should get a lawyer then.
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July 27, 2014, 07:34:45 PM
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It's odd that you guys are having problems with getting a response. Back when tradehill was in operation it was very trustable. It was often the goto exchange for bigger purchases. Anyways, I hope you get your money back.
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August 05, 2014, 03:50:05 AM
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It's odd that you guys are having problems with getting a response. Back when tradehill was in operation it was very trustable. It was often the goto exchange for bigger purchases. Anyways, I hope you get your money back.

Never really had enough volume.

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August 06, 2014, 03:34:29 AM
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Most people probably have no clue about Tradehill, but I'm sure the older members would. Short history: They were the second largest exchange in 2011, and abruptly shut down after a $30,000+ payment reversal from Dwolla. Everyone's btc and fiat was frozen in there, the owner (Jared?) did attempt to pay some people back, but as far as I know there are still some people that were screwed by them.

Unfortunately, I'm still one of those people that have yet to get my money back. Does anyone have more info on the whereabouts of the owner, or how we can contact him? Last I heard, he took the website offline for "security" reasons and said he'd put it back online to resolve any open issues with customers. Well that never happened. Any info on this situation or contact would be greatly appreciated.

The same thing happened to me with Bitfloor. No one talks about it anymore, but Roman Stylman ran off with my coins, and I'm sure others lost some too.



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January 12, 2016, 04:07:51 AM
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I started a thread called Jered Kenna - Tradehill on August 4, 2014. It is at

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=724500.0;topicseen

I have been busy again, but I have done a little more research. I have spoken to two law firms that do class action work and neither was interested in Tradehill. But a third might be and they are a little more progressive - they actually accept Bitcoins for payment of their legal fees. Before having a serious discussion with them I would like to gauge what interest there might be to start a class action against Jered Kenna and Tradehill. The larger the number of people interested (I do not need names at this point but if you are interested reply to this thread or the other one "Jered Kenna - Tradehill). Maybe we can get something going.

In my opinion also, a lot of people lost money and there was no effort made on the part of Tradehill to send the Bitcoins they were holding. I am sure they did not lose everything. The last I read, Jered Kenna is still one of the top 10 owners (in volume) of Bitcoins in the world - a lot of that probably came from Tradehill. I only had about 66 Bitcoins with them but at today's value that's around $29,500. I am just a little guy and that is a significant amount of money to me. But it is also the principle of the thing.
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