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May 09, 2011, 04:06:29 PM
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How come if BitCoins are so easy to transfer, which I know they are because I've recieved a few now, then why is it so hard to transfer them to mt. gox, or any of the other market sites.
It seems that I have to get money on paypay or money order or carrier pigeon to the site, when I should be able to buy BitCoins elsewere and transfer them to the site.
Maybe it is possible, but I haven't found any way yet.
If there is a trading website that is easier to transfer BitCoins to, then I'd use them.

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May 09, 2011, 04:08:21 PM
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Huh I've always found bitcoins exceedingly easy to transfer...anywhere!

In Mt. Gox, just go to add funds, then type in how many coins you're going to send, then send the coins to the address it gives you.
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May 09, 2011, 04:32:12 PM
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Huh I've always found bitcoins exceedingly easy to transfer...anywhere!

In Mt. Gox, just go to add funds, then type in how many coins you're going to send, then send the coins to the address it gives you.

Yeah, it isn't hard at all.

You actually have coins and are having trouble sending them to MtGox?

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May 09, 2011, 04:37:47 PM
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In Mt. Gox, just go to add funds, then type in how many coins you're going to send, then send the coins to the address it gives you.
Every time I send coins to MtGox, I wonder why MtGox makes me say how many coins I'm going to send. Why not just give me the address, and credit my account with however many coins arrive at that address?
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May 09, 2011, 04:42:15 PM
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In Mt. Gox, just go to add funds, then type in how many coins you're going to send, then send the coins to the address it gives you.
Every time I send coins to MtGox, I wonder why MtGox makes me say how many coins I'm going to send. Why not just give me the address, and credit my account with however many coins arrive at that address?

I also wonder about this.

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May 09, 2011, 05:03:40 PM
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In Mt. Gox, just go to add funds, then type in how many coins you're going to send, then send the coins to the address it gives you.
Every time I send coins to MtGox, I wonder why MtGox makes me say how many coins I'm going to send. Why not just give me the address, and credit my account with however many coins arrive at that address?

Haha, yeah, what is the deal. I like how bitcoin-central just has an address and you can cycle it if you want.

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May 09, 2011, 06:50:01 PM
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Oh, okay, thats how it works, I was wondering about that.
I just figured that my Mt. Gox Account would have the same
format as mybitcoin, but upon explanation I get it now.
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May 09, 2011, 11:24:13 PM
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In Mt. Gox, just go to add funds, then type in how many coins you're going to send, then send the coins to the address it gives you.
Every time I send coins to MtGox, I wonder why MtGox makes me say how many coins I'm going to send. Why not just give me the address, and credit my account with however many coins arrive at that address?

Haha, yeah, what is the deal. I like how bitcoin-central just has an address and you can cycle it if you want.

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