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April 21, 2012, 12:13:57 PM
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I tried yesterday to exchange mtgox USD to LR via aurumxchange. The max available exchange amount on aurumxchange was 44 USD. Today it does not accept mtgoxusd temporary.

What a crap?

I didnt cashed out mtgox for a long time and now I see it is almost impossible to instant withdraw any serious amount (44 usd isnt serious), or you must wait weeks for this (bank wire).

Is that a marketplace with such payment proessing timing? Or it was done to bumb BTC price, as BTC withdrawn very quickly?
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April 21, 2012, 03:24:00 PM
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I found that even exchangers from OTC out of LR.

Why is that?
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April 21, 2012, 11:10:45 PM
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We are not out of Liberty Reserve. We have too much MtGox USD. Due to tax day in the US, MtGox experienced larger than usual withdrawals, and as a consequence we have several withdrawals delayed. Things are starting to move again, and limits will be adjusted accordingly as withdrawals start to move along.

We also need to keep receiving MtGox for our Premium card holders, so exchanges to other e-currencies take a lower precedence.

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April 21, 2012, 11:12:05 PM
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We are not out of Liberty Reserve. We have too much MtGox USD. Due to tax day in the US, MtGox experienced larger than usual withdrawals, and as a consequence we have several withdrawals delayed. Things are starting to move again, and limits will be adjusted accordingly as withdrawals start to move along.

We also need to keep receiving MtGox for our Premium card holders, so exchanges to other e-currencies take a lower precedence.

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Roberto

I forgot to mention that there is a lot more available than yesterday at the moment ($4,000+).
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