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October 10, 2012, 03:40:24 PM
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I have to state that it's on the selllers of these accounts to inform the new owner of the rules and under what conditions these accounts are sold.
The balance is not guaranteed, please make this clear. I don't want someone to feel fooled if the balance end up less then the amount stated.
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Updated to reflected that. Thanks for offering this DeaD Smiley If they don't sell they don't sell, and I'm fine with that. But it's nice to have the option so that I can resume business Smiley
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October 13, 2012, 10:30:14 PM
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Any news about GBF and GLBSE?

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October 14, 2012, 08:50:42 AM
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Any news about GBF and GLBSE?
I have filled in all the information required but I have yet to received the coins nor the info for the asset holders.
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October 16, 2012, 01:45:11 PM
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I am happy to report that I have now received the BTC we had deposited at GLBSE Smiley
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October 16, 2012, 02:08:11 PM
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I am happy to report that I have now received the BTC we had deposited at GLBSE Smiley
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Woot, some good news at least Grin

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October 16, 2012, 05:49:54 PM
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I am happy to report that I have now received the BTC we had deposited at GLBSE Smiley
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Great news!

So, how are things looking now regarding a payout?

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October 16, 2012, 06:14:37 PM
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I am happy to report that I have now received the BTC we had deposited at GLBSE Smiley
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Great news!

So, how are things looking now regarding a payout?
We currently have about 450 Bitcoins in total liquid BTC,
The rest is in debt or illiquid assets.
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October 16, 2012, 08:05:48 PM
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I am happy to report that I have now received the BTC we had deposited at GLBSE Smiley
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Great news!

So, how are things looking now regarding a payout?
We currently have about 450 Bitcoins in total liquid BTC,
The rest is in debt or illiquid assets.
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Will you be using that 450 in the bot for now?
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October 16, 2012, 08:10:52 PM
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I am happy to report that I have now received the BTC we had deposited at GLBSE Smiley
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Great news!

So, how are things looking now regarding a payout?
We currently have about 450 Bitcoins in total liquid BTC,
The rest is in debt or illiquid assets.
//DeaDTerra

Will you be using that 450 in the bot for now?
I will spread it out across the margin bots and arbitrage bot until we reach a more substantial amount.
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October 16, 2012, 10:48:12 PM
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I am happy to report that I have now received the BTC we had deposited at GLBSE Smiley
//DeaDTerra

Great news!

So, how are things looking now regarding a payout?
We currently have about 450 Bitcoins in total liquid BTC,
The rest is in debt or illiquid assets.
//DeaDTerra

Will you be using that 450 in the bot for now?
I will spread it out across the margin bots and arbitrage bot until we reach a more substantial amount.
//DeaDTerra

This is very good news!!!

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October 17, 2012, 01:10:51 AM
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I am happy to report that I have now received the BTC we had deposited at GLBSE Smiley
//DeaDTerra

Great news!

So, how are things looking now regarding a payout?
We currently have about 450 Bitcoins in total liquid BTC,
The rest is in debt or illiquid assets.
//DeaDTerra

Will you be using that 450 in the bot for now?
I will spread it out across the margin bots and arbitrage bot until we reach a more substantial amount.
//DeaDTerra
Yes very good news indeed! Is there any risk of loss here or counterparty risk? I would suggest that we try to preserve what capital we have and use it for paying people back rather than engaging in additional speculative risks at this time. Smiley

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October 17, 2012, 02:29:35 AM
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I am happy to report that I have now received the BTC we had deposited at GLBSE Smiley
//DeaDTerra

Great news!

So, how are things looking now regarding a payout?
We currently have about 450 Bitcoins in total liquid BTC,
The rest is in debt or illiquid assets.
//DeaDTerra

Thanks for the update.  I knew (hoped) there was a reason for me not yet posting the "AAAAAND IT'S.... GONE" meme here.

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October 17, 2012, 06:06:21 AM
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I am happy to report that I have now received the BTC we had deposited at GLBSE Smiley
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Great news!

So, how are things looking now regarding a payout?
We currently have about 450 Bitcoins in total liquid BTC,
The rest is in debt or illiquid assets.
//DeaDTerra

Will you be using that 450 in the bot for now?
I will spread it out across the margin bots and arbitrage bot until we reach a more substantial amount.
//DeaDTerra
Yes very good news indeed! Is there any risk of loss here or counterparty risk? I would suggest that we try to preserve what capital we have and use it for paying people back rather than engaging in additional speculative risks at this time. Smiley
There is three risks here,
There's the risk of the operator of the bot running away with the money, I have known him for one and a half years now and we started the bot way before we had any real amount of money in it, plus I meet him in London and know all his ID details Smiley So this risk should be pretty low.
Then there's the risk of a exchange shutting down and running away with our capital, I mean this risk is hard to judge but we trade at MTGox and Bitstamp atm, I know the owners of BitStamp and I trust that if MTGox goes away we have bigger problems to worry about xD
Then there's the risk of the bot running hay wire and losing coins that way, but the bot has been running for half a year and no problems so far, we have manual monitoring of the bot and we have limited trades to limit the damage any potential bug could cause.

I think the profit is worth the risk non the less.
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October 17, 2012, 05:48:05 PM
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I am happy to report that I have now received the BTC we had deposited at GLBSE Smiley
//DeaDTerra

Great news!

So, how are things looking now regarding a payout?
We currently have about 450 Bitcoins in total liquid BTC,
The rest is in debt or illiquid assets.
//DeaDTerra

Will you be using that 450 in the bot for now?
I will spread it out across the margin bots and arbitrage bot until we reach a more substantial amount.
//DeaDTerra
Yes very good news indeed! Is there any risk of loss here or counterparty risk? I would suggest that we try to preserve what capital we have and use it for paying people back rather than engaging in additional speculative risks at this time. Smiley
There is three risks here,
There's the risk of the operator of the bot running away with the money, I have known him for one and a half years now and we started the bot way before we had any real amount of money in it, plus I meet him in London and know all his ID details Smiley So this risk should be pretty low.
Then there's the risk of a exchange shutting down and running away with our capital, I mean this risk is hard to judge but we trade at MTGox and Bitstamp atm, I know the owners of BitStamp and I trust that if MTGox goes away we have bigger problems to worry about xD
Then there's the risk of the bot running hay wire and losing coins that way, but the bot has been running for half a year and no problems so far, we have manual monitoring of the bot and we have limited trades to limit the damage any potential bug could cause.

I think the profit is worth the risk non the less.
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Thats no different than me trusting nefario because Ive known him for like two years, and then his actions destroyed DMC. Not saying your guy will, but watch out.

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October 17, 2012, 06:26:04 PM
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I am happy to report that I have now received the BTC we had deposited at GLBSE Smiley
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Great news!

So, how are things looking now regarding a payout?
We currently have about 450 Bitcoins in total liquid BTC,
The rest is in debt or illiquid assets.
//DeaDTerra

Will you be using that 450 in the bot for now?
I will spread it out across the margin bots and arbitrage bot until we reach a more substantial amount.
//DeaDTerra
Yes very good news indeed! Is there any risk of loss here or counterparty risk? I would suggest that we try to preserve what capital we have and use it for paying people back rather than engaging in additional speculative risks at this time. Smiley
There is three risks here,
There's the risk of the operator of the bot running away with the money, I have known him for one and a half years now and we started the bot way before we had any real amount of money in it, plus I meet him in London and know all his ID details Smiley So this risk should be pretty low.
Then there's the risk of a exchange shutting down and running away with our capital, I mean this risk is hard to judge but we trade at MTGox and Bitstamp atm, I know the owners of BitStamp and I trust that if MTGox goes away we have bigger problems to worry about xD
Then there's the risk of the bot running hay wire and losing coins that way, but the bot has been running for half a year and no problems so far, we have manual monitoring of the bot and we have limited trades to limit the damage any potential bug could cause.

I think the profit is worth the risk non the less.
//DeaDTerra

Thats no different than me trusting nefario because Ive known him for like two years, and then his actions destroyed DMC. Not saying your guy will, but watch out.
Indeed, which is why I am saying it's a risk non the less and that everyone should be aware of that.
//DeaDTerra
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October 23, 2012, 10:21:37 PM
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any updates on how the bot is doing?
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October 23, 2012, 11:48:32 PM
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It's obvious that this bitocin fund will close. Pretty much everything on this section are scams.
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October 24, 2012, 06:33:49 AM
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It's obvious that this bitocin fund will close. Pretty much everything on this section are scams.
Well this one wasn't ^^
Though unfortunately it's quite hard to run a fund when everyone else are running scams xD
We are though shutting down, but that was a decision made before all of this GLBSE drama.
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October 24, 2012, 06:34:54 AM
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any updates on how the bot is doing?
They are trading okay no massive amounts of profit.
The arb bot has hit the MTGox withdraw roof hence the profit is slowing down as we can't move the capital.
I am considering doing a payout of the 400 BTC we have for now,
What's you guys opinions on that?
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October 24, 2012, 07:04:55 AM
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any updates on how the bot is doing?
They are trading okay no massive amounts of profit.
The arb bot has hit the MTGox withdraw roof hence the profit is slowing down as we can't move the capital.
I am considering doing a payout of the 400 BTC we have for now,
What's you guys opinions on that?
//DeaDTerra

I think it's better to use those for the arb bot when you can trade more, as you have about 7000 BTC to payout if I'm right?

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