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May 25, 2011, 11:01:38 AM
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Not yet! But definitely I would do that, if there are others interested in such a collaboration. And thanks for the positive feedback!
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I'm not entirely sure I understand how the prices are determined.

Because Mt. Gox has one rate, BTC/USD, I'm assuming all the others are based on the BTC/USD then converted to the other currencies using the XE exchange rate for each.

But I know that soon Mt. Gox will have BTC/JPY and BTC/EUR:
  - http://www.bitcoinmoney.com/post/5765886176

So, will the BTC/USD be used for all other currencies except for computing BTC/JPY and BTC/EUR, with those coming straight from Mt. Gox?   Or will there be some other approach?

With TradeHill, this is the case already ... I can deposit in Chile (CLN), Peru (PEN), India (INR), USD and LR USD (they treat Liberty Reserve as its own currency).  I can withdraw in each of those as well, except for PEN which is not available for withdrawal just yet.


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June 20, 2011, 03:54:51 PM
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http://bitcoinprices.com is currently down?

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