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June 27, 2014, 10:26:16 AM
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http://online.wsj.com/articles/mt-gox-head-believes-no-more-bitcoin-will-be-found-1403850830

So where are the 650,000 BTC? vanished? converted to fiat?

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June 27, 2014, 10:43:59 AM
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auction off domain names..

lol

he is already a domain name provider (kalyhost) so now he wants to sell domain names that are normally only a few dollars.. for thousands.

what he should do is find the mtgox customers that have most debt, and give them the most valued domain name as collateral. thus the person in debt can sell it and get reimbursed

h also wants to become a consultant and get paid to do speaches about bitcoin and talk about his story.....

mark karpales, your pure cheek!!

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June 27, 2014, 11:26:47 AM
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auction off domain names..

lol

he is already a domain name provider (kalyhost) so now he wants to sell domain names that are normally only a few dollars.. for thousands.

what he should do is find the mtgox customers that have most debt, and give them the most valued domain name as collateral. thus the person in debt can sell it and get reimbursed

h also wants to become a consultant and get paid to do speaches about bitcoin and talk about his story.....

mark karpales, your pure cheek!!
hmm,, so he was inspired by the original story that bitcoin is not valuable, but now a well-known and controversial: D
ago, who has the domain?? no relationship with mr, satoshi?? or satoshi was not a person's name?? what is an IT company??
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June 27, 2014, 05:29:37 PM
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I really hate articles on Wall Street Journal. We'd have to subscribe to read the full story. From the headline, I basically already know the gist of it, but can someone copy and paste the whole article on here?

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June 27, 2014, 05:58:16 PM
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I really hate articles on Wall Street Journal. We'd have to subscribe to read the full story. From the headline, I basically already know the gist of it, but can someone copy and paste the whole article on here?

Just Google the title of the article. WSJ doesn't apply its paywall to visitors that follow a link from Google (presumably to lure in new potential customers).
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June 27, 2014, 09:49:28 PM
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What proof is there that those missing 650K ever existed? Perhaps there were never more than 200K BTC held.
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June 27, 2014, 09:55:40 PM
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Just Google the title of the article. WSJ doesn't apply its paywall to visitors that follow a link from Google (presumably to lure in new potential customers).

Thank you so much for telling me this. I never knew that!
Now I can read all the WSJ articles  Grin

Edit: the block is off, but the subscribe ad still pops up, but I can close it.
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June 27, 2014, 11:20:20 PM
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I really hate articles on Wall Street Journal. We'd have to subscribe to read the full story. From the headline, I basically already know the gist of it, but can someone copy and paste the whole article on here?

Just Google the title of the article. WSJ doesn't apply its paywall to visitors that follow a link from Google (presumably to lure in new potential customers).

Does this work for other sites that use paywalls?
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June 28, 2014, 12:11:55 AM
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They probably got traded for Magick cards... (ie. MtGox = Magic The Gathering Online eXchange)

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