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May 09, 2012, 01:40:03 PM
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I see 462 BTC offered for sale at $5.05 on BitFloor. That's the largest order I've ever seen on that exchange. I hope their volume continues to grow. I really like the rebates that they offer for adding liquidity to their order book.
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May 09, 2012, 05:43:42 PM
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you want to sell 462 btc? do you accept dwolla?

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May 09, 2012, 07:19:06 PM
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It's not my offer. You can transfer USD from Dwolla > Mt Gox > BitFloor and buy those if you want. The offer is still there as of now.
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May 09, 2012, 08:04:18 PM
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It's not my offer. You can transfer USD from Dwolla > Mt Gox > BitFloor and buy those if you want. The offer is still there as of now.

Bitfloor no longer does anything with Dwolla.  The only way to add funds to BitFloor is with Mt. Gox redeemable code (BTC or USD).

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May 11, 2012, 01:14:46 AM
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It's not my offer. You can transfer USD from Dwolla > Mt Gox > BitFloor and buy those if you want. The offer is still there as of now.

Bitfloor no longer does anything with Dwolla.  The only way to add funds to BitFloor is with Mt. Gox redeemable code (BTC or USD).

And that is why my bitfloor account sits quietly.  I am not sure of the point if you need to use mtgox as the withdraw>dwolla mechanism.  Why not just use mtgox in the first place.  Dwolla should be allowed as a WITHDRAW mechanism.  If they do it faster then mtgox, then they will thrive. 

Why do exchanges try to take deposits in Dwolla and get burned just as bad as Paypal?  Then they sour and stop using them entirely.  They need to allow Dwolla only for withdraws, and shuttle money to their Dwolla account and keep it going.  Charge us for this service.  We want it.  There is NO RISK in using Dwolla only for withdrawals. 

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May 14, 2012, 03:16:09 PM
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It's not my offer. You can transfer USD from Dwolla > Mt Gox > BitFloor and buy those if you want. The offer is still there as of now.

Bitfloor no longer does anything with Dwolla.  The only way to add funds to BitFloor is with Mt. Gox redeemable code (BTC or USD).

And that is why my bitfloor account sits quietly.  I am not sure of the point if you need to use mtgox as the withdraw>dwolla mechanism.  Why not just use mtgox in the first place.  Dwolla should be allowed as a WITHDRAW mechanism.  If they do it faster then mtgox, then they will thrive. 

Why do exchanges try to take deposits in Dwolla and get burned just as bad as Paypal?  Then they sour and stop using them entirely.  They need to allow Dwolla only for withdraws, and shuttle money to their Dwolla account and keep it going.  Charge us for this service.  We want it.  There is NO RISK in using Dwolla only for withdrawals. 

We can do the withdraw to your bank account through our own ACH processor for FREE and therefore have no use for Dwolla. Obviously some people will still prefer to use Dwolla, but we cannot support them at this time due to our understanding of their business practices. We would much rather work with our customers in developing a good relationship for depositing USD and purchasing bitcoins. If you would like to deposit or withdraw USD directly from us please contact support@bitfloor.com and we will set that up!
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May 14, 2012, 03:50:55 PM
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We can do the withdraw to your bank account through our own ACH processor for FREE and therefore have no use for Dwolla.

Your withdraw page doesn't show any ACH option:
 - https://bitfloor.com/user/withdraw

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May 14, 2012, 06:41:29 PM
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We can do the withdraw to your bank account through our own ACH processor for FREE and therefore have no use for Dwolla.

Your withdraw page doesn't show any ACH option:
 - https://bitfloor.com/user/withdraw


It is a new option that we are still rolling out on a case by case basis. I will add the details to the withdraw page in the next few days.
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