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MtGox just updated my balance. Now includes fiat from a stuck fiat transaction I initiated on 01/09/14 but never came trough.

MtGox just updated my balance. Now includes fiat from a stuck fiat transaction I initiated on 01/09/14 but never came trough. submitted by idlestabilizer to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

MtGox's plan is simple and genius

Edit: This is purely speculation. I'm willing to believe that MtGox will resume withdrawals once they solve the technical issues.
Step 1. Notice that there isn't enough BTC or USD to handle even the pending withdrawals
Step 2. Halt BTC withdrawals, causing a massive crash on MtGox
Step 3. Buy BTC on MtGox at the reduced price
Step 4. Sell this cheap BTC (which they have access to, of course) on other exchanges, making a massive profit
Step 5. Blame a well known bug in BTC for the delay. Continue this process for weeks until enough profit has been made.
Step 6. MtGox now has: a ton of cheap bitcoin, a ton of profit made from selling the cheap bitcoin, and a ton of profit made from the trading fees during the panic. Re-open withdrawals of both USD and Bitcoin, solvency problem is solved.
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Great news! Bitfloor USD withdrawals now open.

For those who haven't seen it, Roman just posted the update we've all been waiting for on bitfloor.com:
We are pleased to announce that we are ready to start returning USD funds. Please follow the instructions on the withdraw page. If your account balance is over 3000 USD, you must first open an account with IAFCU and then provide your IAFCU account number.
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Update July 6, 12:56 PM Pacific: I'm already getting emails and seeing responses here about various login/withdrawal/balance-related issues. I imagine it may take a few days for all the ins and outs of the refund process to become clear to all of us. If you are experiencing USD withdrawal-related issues (such as $0 balance showing up on your account when you know you had a positive balance) that are not resolved by 7/12, please send me a PM or email and I will start tracking those issues and reporting them to those on the update email list. If you would like to be added to that list, PM me your email address.
Update July 6, 12:59 PM Pacific: sodoubleoggood reports that Bitfloor has removed all pending withdrawals, so for users who were seeing $0 balances due to pending withdrawals, check your account again to see if that's cleared up.
Update July 7, 10:36 PM Pacific: I have been receiving numerous reports of bugs and account access issues from users who are trying to submit their withdrawal requests. I am keeping track of these comments, but because Bitfloor just announced the refund process yesterday, I am asking everyone to give Bitfloor one more week (until 7/12) to start working through their backlog of customer support emails. If by the end of next week there does not appear to be progress, I will create a "master list" of issues reported to me and will use the email update list to communicate progress on those issues.
Update July 10, 2:18 PM Pacific: Understandably, a lot of people want to know when they're going to get their refunds now that they've submitted ID info to Bitfloor or IAFCU. I don't have any information from Bitfloor or IAFCU suggesting a specific timeline, but here are my thoughts on the matter.
Those in the < $3,000 camp will be wondering about the timeline for verification of docs uploaded via Bitfloor. In the last few days before the exchange shut down, document verifications were taking 5-10 business days, so I could imagine the process taking the same amount of time now (and maybe longer since hundreds of customers are re-submitting their documents all at the same time). I don't believe Bitfloor has a large staff doing this manual processing the way that MtGox does, so I don't expect Bitfloor can get through thousands of verifications a day like they do.
Likewise, people in the IAFCU camp may need to wait several days for a phone call. IAFCU is a very small credit union (and it may in fact be Jordan alone doing all account verifications), and if my spreadsheet represents, say, half of all Bitfloor users, IAFCU may have already received a couple hundred new applications in the last few days, each of which requires a telephone confirmation step (and possibly even a confirmation of a donation sent to a local charity). So I won't be surprised if it takes a few more days for IAFCU applications to get processed.
I know it's frustrating that it's taking so long. But I still think our best bet continues to be patience.
Update July 10, 10:42 PM Pacific: SpottedMarley from bitcointalk.org posted this message indicating that he has spoken to a person at IAFCU who is working on processing the new account applications. He includes a lot of interesting details.
=== === ===
Here's what's currently appearing after I log in to my Bitfloor account.
[Right-hand sidebar showing my BTC and USD balance]
[Left-hand content area with the following instructions:]
USD Refunds
In order to receive your USD refund, please read and follow the instructions below.
If your USD balance is 3000 USD or more, you must first open an account with IAFCU and provide your IAFCU account information and NOT your current bank account information.
Everyone is required to provide the following information:
The cost for processing a refund (set by IAFCU) is 2.50 USD which will be deducted from your account balance. If your balance is below 2.50 USD we cannot process your refund at this time.
International Users should fill out the information below and use a SWIFT code in place of a routing number.
Copy of Government ID
The photo must be clear, cropped to the dimensions of the scanned document, and upright.
[UPLOAD BUTTON]
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Here's the email response I received from Internet Credit Union after I submitted my account application:
Dear AudenX,
Ok so you have submitted your application for a new Account- If I were you I would saying: Now What?
First Step
The next business day a real person in the good ole US of A will review what you sent and perhaps wonder why you forgot some information we really need.
Second Step
This real person (maybe even me) will call and verify you are really you. So please pick up the phone or at least call us back.
When we call, answer the phone as three things will happen:
  1. We are required to “Know our customers”. This means that personal touch of actually speaking with you and verifying some of the information on your application.
  2. We will give your account number . If you want a really cool account number you can request one by donating either dollars or bitcoins. Hey we are a not for profit and need to keep fees down for everyone. Accounts numbers from 100-9,999 can be gotten by helping support us. The lower or more special the number the higher the donation.
  3. We will ask you if you want to set up A2A transfer from another financial institution. Then you can transfer money from one those big banks that helped bring down the economy just a few years ago to us little but good guys that care about your financial well being.
Third Step – Sign onto online banking:
READ THIS, perhaps even print it and put on your frig next to those fruit or poetry word magnets, and it will save us both lots puzzled states at a screen:
Log on now the day we call you and we mean today:
You need to log on with 24 hours of us creating your account and contacting you otherwise we will have to reset your PW. And why take up your time on long call with us when you could be out there saving the world.
How do I log on?:
We encourage people to jump from our home page: IAFCU.ORG. Also then you can read my old and new blogs and make my dad happy.
What do I do if its my first time?:
Mainly answer the phone! Part of being with a Credit Union is that we like to get to know our members and we will personally call you and walk you through how to get on and navigate online banking.
Name that Account:
Once on you may want to go to Nick Names Under XXX and change the names of your accounts. Primary Share is called a Savings Account in the banking world and Share Draft is checking account. Yup we can help you with that.
THANKS FOR JOINING AND BECOMING AN OWNER OF THE CREDIT UNION
Jordan Modell
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df546rtghr65y4 asked an important question:
So how is it that the IAFCU is able to issue accounts to people outside NJ?
Very good question.
This may seem weird to some customers who are new to credit unions (Wikipedia article), but if you've never used a credit union before, one of the first things to know is that their charters require them to have a well-defined "field of membership" that limits who is able to become a member. In the case of IAFCU, the field of membership is those who live or worship in New Brunswick, NJ. However, IAFCU can satisfy the field of membership requirement for those outside New Brunswick if they make a small donation to a New Brunswick-based nonprofit.
So for those who (like me) are opening an IAFCU account but reside outside of New Brunswick, here's the info you're going to receive from IAFCU when they call you (from an email exchange I had with Jordan):
Please note that if you live outside New Brunswick NJ the only other requirement is donate $5 (usually we ask $10 but understand circumstances) to a local charity. There are four who are bitcoin friendly and worthy the one we deal with the most is Elijah's Promise they are a soup kitchen-food pantry and a lot more. They have no relation to us and it is tax deductible. We can tell you about the others when we call you.
Although this might seem like a hassle to some, presumably everyone who is opening a new account with IAFCU has over $3,000 to recover from Bitfloor, and the $2.50 processing fee + $5 donation is hardly a loss compared to what we were fearing might happen (e.g. 25-50% loss through a class-action lawsuit).
=== UPDATE EMAIL LOG ===
17-July-2013: http://audenx.tumblr.com/post/55752420994
13-July-2013: http://audenx.tumblr.com/post/55752222447
10-July-2013: http://audenx.tumblr.com/post/55154517024
06-July-2013: http://audenx.tumblr.com/post/54770637002 <-- Great news
05-July-2013: http://audenx.tumblr.com/post/54707157530
02-July-2013: http://audenx.tumblr.com/post/54479938119
26-June-2013: http://audenx.tumblr.com/post/53970438791
21-June-2013: http://audenx.tumblr.com/post/53568535359
17-June-2013: http://audenx.tumblr.com/post/53234614015
13-June-2013: http://audenx.tumblr.com/post/52878432522
10-June-2013: http://audenx.tumblr.com/post/52640707656 <-- Good news
07-June-2013: http://audenx.tumblr.com/post/52414956398
05-June-2013: http://audenx.tumblr.com/post/52251841162
01-June-2013: http://audenx.tumblr.com/post/51902492890
30-May-2013: http://audenx.tumblr.com/post/51761248589
27-May-2013: http://audenx.tumblr.com/post/51584420452
22-May-2013: http://audenx.tumblr.com/post/51488743664
20-May-2013: http://audenx.tumblr.com/post/50956376471
15-May-2013: http://audenx.tumblr.com/post/50952729836
13-May-2013: http://audenx.tumblr.com/post/50547278257
10-May-2013: http://audenx.tumblr.com/post/50363516504
08-May-2013: http://audenx.tumblr.com/post/50363321012
06-May-2013: http://audenx.tumblr.com/post/49875576808
AudenX unofficial USD balance owed tally as of Saturday, 06-July-2013: 270 respondents. $791,000.
USD balance reported by IAFCU via SpottedMarley on Wednesday, 10-July-2013: over $2.8M
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Evolution of Exchanges

Swap.Online delves into the background of centralized and decentralized cryptocurrency exchanges. As decentralization is our name for the game, we would primarily like to find out whether it was inevitable or not.

From Childhood to the Golden Age: DCEs and CEXs

The first centralized cryptocurrency exchanges had two main pre-historical roots of origin. Ideologically, they originated from the e-commerce exchange services of the early 2000s. Digital Currency Exchanges, or DCEs, were particularly popular in the U.S. and Australia. GoldAge Inc., E-Gold Inc., Liberty Reserve were frequently seen in the headlines mostly due to legal issues, as the U.S. SEC, as well as the Australian ASIC failed many times over to figure out whether the e-gold exchange was a form of banking, money laundering, non-licensed remittances or illegal entrepreneurship. These services exchanged fiat money on different digital currencies (1MDC, E-Gold, eCache etc.) and, in a way, fulfilled the demand of New World and EU citizens for anonymous transactions of digital and fiat money.
But, in fact, the first significant cryptocurrency exchange arose from a surprising source… The website of the online game “Magic: The Gathering Online”. This game’s name refers to a magical world, where the currency system is represented in the form of cards. Jed McCaleb, the programmer from San Francisco and future contributor for Ripple and Stellar, developed the Mt.Gox project with the purpose of trading these cards like traditional stocks. In January 2007, he purchased the domain name mtgox.com, but in 2008, he abandoned the project as a premature venture. One year later, he used this domain to advertise his own online game. In the year of 2010, he read about the concept of Bitcoin and decided to launch the Mt.Gox exchange and exchange rate service allowing to trade Bitcoin freely. The project was released on July 18, 2010.
Rapid commercial growth started when the product was sold to the French-Japanese developer Mark Karpeles in January 2011. It was the year 2011 when Mt.Gox demonstrated the main security challenges that traditional centralized exchanges will encounter all along their development path in the future. These included direct thefts from the platform’s wallets, attacks with multiple ‘ask’ orders, malefactor invasions resulting in price drops (one day, in the spring of 2011, 1 BTC was worth less than 0.01 USD) etc. By the way, the dramatic collapse of February 2014, with more than 750K BTC lost and the $65M civil suit in Tokyo court were still to come. During the years 2012–2013, every 3 of 4 Bitcoins in the world was sold via Mt.Gox, and it was a real success story.
The years 2011–2012 gave birth to the bulk of top centralized cryptocurrency exchanges. BTCC was founded in June 2011 as the first exchange for the Chinese market. At the same time, American developer Jesse Powell had spent a month visiting Mt.Gox offices to offer assistance in the aftermath of the first hack. He was unsatisfied with the level of business organization, and that was how Kraken was founded in July 2011. The infamous BTC-e platform for exchanging rubles for BTC was also launched in July 2011. In late 2011, the largest American exchange BitInstant was founded and started selling Bitcoin via WalMart and Walgreen. 2012 became the year of origin for Bitfinex, Coinbase (first Ethereum marketplace) and LocalBitcoins.

Pros and Cons of Centralized Exchanges

We are now six or seven years away of those days. Today, hundreds of centralized exchanges are offering the services of exchanging BTC, ERC-20 and another cryptos. We can even hardly classify them. Usually, specialists speak about three mainstream types of centralized exchanges.
Trading platforms. They connect buyers and sellers to each other, allowing them to publish trading orders and take some transactional fees (most commonly 0,3 per cent from the taker of the liquidity). For example, Cex.io, BitFinex, BitStamp belong to this group. Usually, these platforms are characterized by a complicated interface, which is not suitable for newbies.
Cryptocurrency brokers. If a trading platform is a local market where you buy goods from their producers, the broker is a small player on the market. They sell coins at definite prices while setting high fees, but allow acquiring cryptos in a simpler manner. Moreover, most of them support a broad range of payment tools. Coinbase, Coinmama, Coinhouse are among the most popular brokers.
Peer-to-peer-services. They simply allow their users to publish announcements about operations with cryptos. The buyer and the seller directly negotiate the prices. It is even possible to find one selling crypto for cash in your neighborhood. The most remarkable example here is LocalBitcoins.
As one can see, now the range of services offered is truly broad. By the way, there is a list of common complaints regarding centralized exchanges both from traders and crypto theoreticians.
Safety. Even a single point of centralization can lead to the massive theft of users’ funds and keys. More than a million BTCs have been stolen by the time of writing of this article.
Regulation. If the center (or even one of the centers) of a CEX is physically located in some country, the position of this country’s government on ICOs and crypto related issues becomes crucial for the future of the project. Legal restrictions in this sector are now imposed in the U.S., China, South Korea, India etc. When your exchange is centralized, the officials can arrest your cryptos for no reason. Moreover, the administration of the exchange can be involved in fraud with your private information and money.
Speed. We have conducted some particular research on the speed of popular CEXs (Binance, Huobi, Poloniex, see p. 11). The results are sad: you can wait dozens of minutes waiting for the pending of your transaction.
KYC/AML. There is nothing to talk about in this regard, we suppose. If you must send someone your photo, a scanned copy of your ID or even proof of income wanting nothing in return but to withdraw your own funds, it is not OK.

Decentralization: The Solution

Decentralization, as the initial meaning and internal essence of blockchain, smart-contracts and cryptocurrencies, was first italicized by Satoshi Nakamoto and even Nick Szabo in 1990–2000-s. The rise of CEXs resulted in an obvious contradiction, because blockchain-based currencies are being operated via centralized mechanisms just like Visa or MasterCard, but much slowly. Is it normal? Where is the next stage of evolution or, does it even exist in the first place?
The answer was the main point of arguments in the crypto community during the year of 2017. In February, Vitalik came out with the suggestion about the nature of blockchain’s decentralization: “Blockchains are politically decentralized (no one controls them) and architecturally decentralized (no infrastructural central point of failure), but they are logically centralized (there is one commonly agreed state and the system behaves like a single computer)”.
The only possible expression in the commercial implementation of ‘architectural decentralization’ is the decentralized exchange of cryptocurrencies.
And the most advanced technology in this case is that of the Atomic Swaps — the direct peer-to-peer instant cross-chain transaction.
CEXs were the natural and inevitable stage of development for cryptocurrency exchanges. By the way, the DEXs are coming: we found them (namely IDEX, EtherDelta and Waves DEX) on the list of the top-100 exchanges on Coinmarketcap.
So, the Swap.Online team is on the right track. Get ready for ERC-20 ⇔ BTC, ETH ⇔ BTC, USDT ⇔ BTC, EOS ⇔ BTC trading directly from your browser with neither middlemen nor a centralized infrastructure.
See you on the mainnet on August 27, 2018,
Swap.Online Team
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Current state of affairs

IMPORTANTE NOTE: THIS THREAD IS NO LONGER BEING UPDATED, PLEASE FOLLOW THIS ONE INSTEAD: http://www.reddit.com/mtgoxinsolvency/comments/21hrv8/current_state_of_affairs/ I explain the reason for the change here. Thanks!

LAST UPDATE: March 27th 2014 09:47 GMT +1

NOTE: I'm trying my best but because of the sheer volume of tidbits popping up every day, this post might ocasionally miss some updates. Please feel free to point it out in the comments whenever you feel there is information missing in the post, thanks!
A note on recovering funds: We have no information on how to recover fiat/bitcoins/goxcoins yet and MtGox has only given very vague statements so far. It is speculated Mark Karpeles (CEO of MtGox) is currently figuring out what to do and not flying to the Bahamas with our money. It is advisable to have patience and wait for new developments on the subject for the time being.
March 26th, 2014
Match 25th, 2014
A new rumor has surfaced twitter, currently unsubstantiated, from @CanarslanEren who according to his previous tweets would have previously either guessed correctly or know in advance about the recovered 200K BTC (emphasis mine):
Within a few days(or hours) @MtGox will announce that "they found ~670.000 #bitcoin & may release some BTCs to the victims. @PatronaPartners
https://twitter.com/CanarslanEren/status/448418452701974528
The community consensus at the moment seems to be of skepticism, as it always goes with this kind of rumors. See also:
March 21th, 2014
  • There's a new update on mtgox.com confirming the previous story of having recovered 200K BTC that were thought lost. Key points:
    • On March 7, 2014, MtGox Co., Ltd. confirmed that an oldn format wallet which was used prior to June 2011 held a balance of approximately 200,000 BTC (199,999.99 BTC)
    • For security reasons, the 200,000 BTC which were at first on the 7th moved to online wallets were moved between the 14 th and the 15th to offline wallets.
    • The bitcoins held today by MtGox Co., Ltd. amount to a total of approximately 202,000 BTC, including the above 200,000 BTC and the approximately 2,000 BTC which existed prior to the application for commencement of a civil rehabilitation proceeding.
March 20th, 2014
  • Several users were reporting issues with the balance-checking tool online at mtgox.com, namely that bank transfers and transactions stuck in progress were not showing. This is now apparently fixed and balances seem to have been accordingly updated. Thread here.
  • In line with the blockchain movements we've seen for the past few weeks and the respective MtGox API activity, finally a japanese news article appeared where MtGox lawyers announce MtGox has found and owns 200K BTC, translation, courtesy of h1d:
    Bitcoin exchange Mt.Gox which collapsed in February announced on 20th that they have found they're still in possession of the 200,000 BTC out of the 850,000 BTC that was reported to be lost.
    According to the lawyer, they found them on the 7th of this month by searching through a storage on the internet called a "wallet" which was being used by MtGox up until June 2011.
    MtGox has reported that they have lost almost all of the 850,000 BTC owned while filing for bankruptcy protection on February 28th.
    /bitcoin thread here.
March 18th, 2014
  • A new update on mtgox.com is now online: account holders can now provide their login authentication data on the site to retrieve the last status of their wallets for convenience. It would appear that this update is legimitate, Redditcoin states:
    I just called the MtGox call centre in Japan - they confirmed that the login has been put there by "legal" and they have not been hacked. I called this number from the original banckrupty announcement (I called from Australia - we are only 2 hours ahead): +81 3-4588-3922. A nice man with an American accent said that the login has been put there by "legal" for users to check their balances and that the website has not been hacked.
    Redditcoin asked for transaction history data as well:
    I called the number again (about an hour later) - again, absolutely no waiting - I called again to ask about my transaction history. The same man answered, with the American accent (although sounded Japanese), who spoke impeccable English. He said that the transaction history is still unavailable because the courts still have to "polish" it (whatever that means). I said I needed it for taxation purposes. He replied by saying he will "check on this, and post an update on the website soon".
    As for the balance data that can now be retrieved on mtgox.com, the site notes (emphasis mine):
    This balance confirmation service is provided on this site only for the convenience of all users. Please be aware that confirming the balance on this site does not constitute a filing of rehabilitation claims under the civil rehabilitation procedure and note that the balance amounts shown on this site should also not be considered an acknowledgment by MtGox Co., Ltd. of the amount of any rehabilitation claims of users. Rehabilitation claims under a civil rehabilitation procedure become confirmed from a filing which is followed by an investigation procedure. The method for filing claims will be published on this site as soon as we will be in situation to announce it.
  • The MtGox API which used to list pending transactions has been removed today. In the past few weeks, this API had shown that the hundreds of thousands of BTC moving in the blockchain connected with MtGox wallets could still belong to Gox. Thread.
Match 17th, 2014
March 16, 2014
An new unconfirmed, unverified IRC quote appeared on /bitcoin:
we are working on resuming service, can't say how soon it'll be
While the authenticity is still in question, if true this would be in line with all the rumors and hints we've seen up until now.
March 15, 2014
  • The hundreds of thousands of coins moving in the blockchain that MtGox allegedly still own have been spotted doing something new: the outputs are now merging in new addresses of 2K BTC each. This was first spotted in this thread and later confirmed here. As usual, we have zero indications of what this means yet. -Mahn speculates:
    The only thing I can imagine myself is that whoever is doing the splitting decided 50 BTC was too little or would take too long and switched to bigger outputs per address.
  • New movement in the MtGox order book as reported by their still online API has been detected. Thread.
  • Further discussion on bitcointalk revealed that the alleged personal customer information for sale by the recent MtGox data leak hackers is most likely fake. See also this thread.
March 14th, 2014
There's a new update on mtgox.com concerning their Chapter 15 US filing. It contains no new information other than the confirmation of the news that appeared on March 11th.
March 12th, 2014
  • MtGox US subsidiary assets have been temporarily frozen by US Judge. Story here.
  • Mark Karpeles declaration to the US Bankruptcy Court has been published online:
    "On February 7, 2014, all bitcoin withdrawals were halted by MtGox due to the theft or disappearance of hundreds of thousands of bitcoins owned by MtGox customers as well as MtGox itself. The cause of the theft or disappearance is the subject of intensive investigation by me and others -- as of the present time I believe it was caused or related to a defect or "bug" in the bitcoin software algorithm, which was exploited by one or more persons who had "hacked" the bitcoin network. On February 24, 2014, MtGox suspended all trading after internal investigations discovered a loss of 744,408 bitcoins presumably from this method of theft. These events caused among others MtGox to become insolvent and to file the Japan Proceeding."
    Discussion thread.
March 1st-11th:
http://www.reddit.com/mtgoxinsolvency/comments/1yvvec/current_state_of_affairs/cg2di1f
February 2014:
http://www.reddit.com/mtgoxinsolvency/comments/1yvvec/current_state_of_affairs/cfywewf
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Mt.Gox BTC withdrawal delays longer and longer

We all know Mt.Gox doesn't process international wires, but it seems there are issues with withdrawing bitcoin as well.
I made a withdrawal for ~21 coins around 33 hours ago, and the transaction is still in limbo. I can see it here: https://data.mtgox.com/api/0/bitcoin_tx.php, but when I tried to manually push it with blockchain.info/pushtx I got an "invalid signature". If bitcoin_tx.php is representative, there are around 100 transactions stuck right now. My guess is most of them are relatively large amounts.
I'm not the only person: http://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/1rz8zj/can_i_pay_a_miner_a_bounty_to_confirm_my/ http://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/1rya3b/mtgox_bitcoin_withdrawal_never_went_through/ https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=324918.180
I've previously had delays with Mt.Gox withdrawals, too. A few months ago it was ~hour. A month ago it took ~8 hours. But for bitcoin, >33 hours is just a bit too much.
Just thought I'd add to this topic so that you all are aware what repercussions you may have by storing your coins in an exchange (in particular, Mt.Gox).
UPDATE (50 hours): still no transfer or reply to support ticket. Meanwhile, https://data.mtgox.com/api/0/bitcoin_tx.php shows 245 transactions with a similar fate.
UPDATE (59 hours): I've finally received my bitcoins, albeit under a different transaction. It seems bitcoin_tx.php shows only 60 pending transactions, so looks like a bunch of them came through! With this in mind, this should serve as a warning not to expect immediate withdrawals from Mt.Gox, though I wouldn't go to the extend of saying not to use it at all, because it is still a reliable exchange apart from withdrawal issues.
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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] $1.8M withdrawal stuck in Bitstamp for more than a week now

The following post by throwaway_stamp is being replicated because some comments within the post(but not the post itself) have been silently removed.
The original post can be found(in censored form) at this link:
np.reddit.com/ Bitcoin/comments/7jieuj
The original post's content was as follows:
As seen in this sub, the only way to actually get a reaction from exchange customer representatives is to make the issue public.
I have withdrawn $1.8M from Bitstamp last Tuesday (5 December). Needless to say, the wire is still pending and there is no reaction whatsoever from support (the only message I received was a generic "I have already escalated your case to the appropriate department who will further process your request." yesterday).
The issue is reminiscent of MtGox - this is exactly how their downfall has started. ATH, no replies from reps, missing withdrawals.
I'd advise against holding any serious amount of money in Bitstamp - I'm starting to seriously doubt their solvency. Please upvote to make the issue more visible.
Support ticket #242125
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Ongoing Cryptsy withdrawal issues

Is anyone else having issues withdrawing bitcoin from cryptsy for non-trivial amounts? I have a request that is stuck in the pending state since monday. And now they are talking delays due to malleability attack? It all seems very mtgox-esque.
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Did anybody else just see this posted? (And quickly deleted) Ziggap founder states all other Bitcoin companies are part of organized crime. Screenshot: http://imgur.com/5pXE979

Hello /bitcoin,
The reason ZIGGAP is not currently up is because my competition has been selectively scamming me. You see the following organizations are all ran by the same group of organized crime and money launderers:
OKPay
BitInstant
Coinbase
Coinabul
BTC-E
MtGox
Dwolla (Was created just to ACH money through bitinstant before coinbase came about)
Bitfloor
Bitme
Localbitcoins
Coinapult
Coinlab
Bitstamp
Virwox
ZipZap (No I didn't know before I signed up with them)
TrustCash (Owned and operated by Arthur Britto, even though he has a standin listed as the company director. Arthur is the one who answers the phones with a different name, FYI)
BTCJam
And probably more.
I don't run that way. I have zero interest in laundering money. My competition however doesn't like that I wont play ball with them, and as a result they have been scamming me out of funding everywhere I go. I was told that if I didn't either 1) Give half my company to a member of this organization or 2) Close my doors that I was going to get sued or have funds taken from me.
I've been ramping back up to relaunch ZIGGAP and have been attempting to purchase Bitcoin for sale and have had it go wrong in mysterious ways every time I try. When I go to MtGox to buy their website goes down, when I try to create a company account the sign up page doesn't work. Low and behold when I use a different name it works fine. When I wire funds to BTC-E they hold the wire and ask for the same documentation over and over. I tried to withdrawal money from BTC-E and the withdrawal is just stuck on "pending" and the money is gone. When I tried to pay the loan on BTC-Jam the loan says it's not paid but the Bitcoin is gone. Celso is not responding. When I buy, there are massive selloffs.
You get the idea.
The simple process of trying to buy Bitcoin has resulted in over $20,000 of ZIGGAP's money being held in multiple locations with zero recourse for me since these locations are overseas. I've tried recalling wires just to have them denied. So I guess that's it. ZIGGAP is not coming back, not because I don't want to, but because I'm being shut out of Bitcoin and being scammed from over and over.
I'm out. Obviously people are going to make me into a scammer and doing everything they can to get the site shut down. I now do not have enough funds to continue operation. Thanks Bitcoin community! It's greatly appreciated. I never realized this was a just organized crime racket or I never would have participated in the first place. I thought this was about the next generation currency. Boy was I fucking wrong. I'm going to have to file bankruptcy now because of these people.
-Ryan
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12-13 12:12 - '$1.8M withdrawal stuck in Bitstamp for more than a week now' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/throwaway_stamp removed from /r/Bitcoin within 83-93min

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As seen in this sub, the only way to actually get a reaction from exchange customer representatives is to make the issue public.
I have withdrawn $1.8M from Bitstamp last Tuesday (5 December). Needless to say, the wire is still pending and there is no reaction whatsoever from support (the only message I received was a generic "I have already escalated your case to the appropriate department who will further process your request." yesterday).
The issue is reminiscent of MtGox - this is exactly how their downfall has started. ATH, no replies from reps, missing withdrawals.
I'd advise against holding any serious amount of money in Bitstamp - I'm starting to seriously doubt their solvency. Please upvote to make the issue more visible.
Support ticket #242125
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$1.8M withdrawal stuck in Bitstamp for more than a week now
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Author: throwaway_stamp
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Verification needed to withdraw bitcoin from MtGox?

I've been withdrawing bitcoin from MtGox for months now. I know you had to be verified in order to withdraw USD so I never even tried it. Today when I tried to withdraw bitcoin again it's telling me that my account is pending review and I need to be verified. Since when did this change? Do all accounts need verification now?
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Problem withdrawing bitcoins out of MtGox into wallet

I am new to using bitcoins. I recently made a purchase on MtGox of approximately 0.74 BTC. I have been trying to withdraw those bitcoins out of MtGox and put them in my wallet on SR. When I click to confirm this withdrawal, it tells me my account is pending review and needs to be verified. I thought that I should be able to withdraw up to 100 BTC without having to verify my account. Can anyone explain what I could be doing wrong? I saw that MtGox was down earlier today, but I don't think they said there were any problems with withdrawals. Thanks in advance.
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Anyone else having trouble withdrawing funds from MtGox?

Hello, I'm really nervous right now. I have over $3000 of bitcoin with mtgox , and I have been trying to withdraw some of them so that I can sell them on coinbase and get my money. Every time that I try to withdraw them it says that my account is currently pending verification so I can't withdraw them . There's another problem, I don't believe that I will be verified because I'm not 18. What's going to happen if my account is not verified? Will they keep my money ?
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MtGox holding my Bitcoin balance hostage unless I provide proof of identity ("account under review")

I haven't used MtGox in many months, but recently made the mistake of deciding to play around with it again. I deposited about 1.5 BTC, bought USD with it, converted the USD back to BTC, and had about the same amount of BTC ± .01...so about the same more or less.
Then I go to withdraw the BTC, I get the "Your account is currently pending review" message. Basically, they want me to give them documentation to prove my identity before I can get my BTC. I understand this is the case for fiat, but not Bitcoin balances. Contacted support, they say I need to do it because I either a) created multiple MtGox accounts, b) linked someone else's financial accounts to my MtGox account, or c) accessed MtGox through a proxy/ToVPN/etc (& the rep even suggested public places or using different IPs...seriously?) I never did a or b (only had 1 Mtgox account, with a Dwolla account in my name linked). And I don't believe I ever did c, although there is a chance I might have accidentally logged in over a tor IP sometime (or possibly one of the school IPs i've used).
I wish they had told me beforehand, unless it happened between the time I deposited/withdrew...but that's unlikely. I'm really pissed off that they would allow me to deposit my Bitcoin without telling me about this issue, but then say "oops your account is under review" when I go withdraw it. Seems really fishy to me. They're not being clear about what I allegedly did wrong either.
Has anyone had any luck with dealing with MtGox on this, aside from submitting the requested documents? I seriously don't trust them with this information, and don't want to give it out to a company I won't be doing business with anymore (unless they change things a lot). I think Coinbase requested substantially less information (aside from that questionnaire to upgrade your account, which I think is done by a financial services company anyway.) And after all, this is a case of me putting ~$150 in BTC into MtGox, doing a couple trades, and trying to get it back to my wallet (not a large sum of funds, fiat currency, or trying to transfer it to someone else). I can understand the need for AML procedures, but the way they handled it seems ridiculous.
Any advice appreciated. Thanks.
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Problem withdrawing bitcoins out of MtGox into wallet

I am new to using bitcoins. I recently made a purchase on MtGox of approximately 0.74 BTC. I have been trying to withdraw those bitcoins out of MtGox and put them in a wallet address I have. When I click to confirm this withdrawal, it tells me my account is pending review and needs to be verified. I thought that I should be able to withdraw up to 100 BTC without having to verify my account. Can anyone explain what I could be doing wrong? I saw that MtGox was down earlier today, but I don't think they said there were any problems with withdrawals. Thanks in advance.
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MtGox account pending review? Please help

I am new to using bitcoins. I recently made a purchase on MtGox of approximately 0.74 BTC. I have been trying to withdraw those bitcoins out of MtGox and put them in a wallet address I have. When I click to confirm this withdrawal, it tells me my account is pending review and needs to be verified. I thought that I should be able to withdraw up to 100 BTC without having to verify my account. Can anyone explain what I could be doing wrong? I saw that MtGox was down earlier today, but I don't think they said there were any problems with withdrawals. Thanks in advance.
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my mt.gox experience from oct'13 which prompted me to jump ship

wanted to share this with the community in light of recent events in hopes that it may help in some way. i have redacted some personal information from the emails.
just to summarize: i attempted a 1 btc withdrawal out of mtgox early in october'2013. the withdrawal never occurred. after about 2 weeks of back-and-forth, i got my 1 BTC, but i believe the support just initiated it to me manually. the original withdrawal went into a black hole. when i attempted to get to the bottom of it, no reasonable explanation was provided:

Ticket #129174: BTC delay Your request (#129174) has been updated.
To review the status of the request and add additional comments, follow the link below: http://support.mtgox.com/requests/129174
You can also add a comment by replying to this email.
James Support, Oct 07 02:17 (JST): Hello,
Thank you for contacting us. Before we may action your request we require the following information:
Mt.Gox Username: Sending Address: Receiving Address: Amount: Date/Time of Transfer:
Best regards,
Mt.Gox Team https://www.mtgox.com
[Attention: Please protect your account using OTP to ensure that your funds are safe and secure. Failing to do so makes your information vulnerable to hackers. Please visit https://mtgox.com/security]
unk1911, Oct 07 00:25 (JST): i executed this on friday, i sent 1 btc to my coinbase address: 1XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Transaction reference: c9b59779-1f68-4b25-a5ae-21b4190374dd Date: 2013-10-04 11:11:52 GMT IP: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
but it's now sunday 3 days later, and i still don't see this transaction on the blockchain... can you please look into why it's taking so long to send the btc?

James Support [email protected] 10/6/13
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Ticket #129174: BTC delay Your request (#129174) has been updated.
To review the status of the request and add additional comments, follow the link below: http://support.mtgox.com/requests/129174
You can also add a comment by replying to this email.
James Support, Oct 07 05:21 (JST): Hello,
Thank you for the information. I will check with this information and keep you update regarding this.
Best regards,
Mt.Gox Team https://www.mtgox.com
[Attention: Please protect your account using OTP to ensure that your funds are safe and secure. Failing to do so makes your information vulnerable to hackers. Please visit https://mtgox.com/security]
unk1911, Oct 07 02:33 (JST): Mt.Gox Username: xxxxxxxxxx Sending Address: ?? your system doesn't provide me with this info Receiving Address: 1XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX Amount: 1.00 BTC Date/Time of Transfer: 2013-10-04 11:11:52 GMT Transaction reference: c9b59779-1f68-4b25-a5ae-21b4190374dd IP: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
James Support, Oct 07 02:17 (JST): Hello,
Thank you for contacting us. Before we may action your request we require the following information:
Mt.Gox Username: Sending Address: Receiving Address: Amount: Date/Time of Transfer:
Best regards,
Mt.Gox Team https://www.mtgox.com
[Attention: Please protect your account using OTP to ensure that your funds are safe and secure. Failing to do so makes your information vulnerable to hackers. Please visit https://mtgox.com/security]
unk1911, Oct 07 00:25 (JST): i executed this on friday, i sent 1 btc to my coinbase address: 1XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Transaction reference: c9b59779-1f68-4b25-a5ae-21b4190374dd Date: 2013-10-04 11:11:52 GMT IP: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
but it's now sunday 3 days later, and i still don't see this transaction on the blockchain... can you please look into why it's taking so long to send the btc?
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Nancy [email protected] 10/6/13
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Ticket #129174: BTC delay Your request (#129174) has been marked as solved, pending closure. Should you believe that your request has not been adequately addressed and wish to postpone closure, or should you wish to review or comment upon your request, please follow the link below: http://support.mtgox.com/requests/129174
Mt.Gox Support appreciates any feedback that you may wish to provide.
Nancy, Oct 07 12:21 (JST): Hello,
Thank you for the email and sorry for the inconvenience caused.
Log on to the below link to find the BTC transfer being processed
https://blockchain.info/tx/eXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
For further assistance do not hesitate to contact us.
Best regards,
Mt.Gox Team https://www.mtgox.com
[Attention: Please protect your account using OTP to ensure that your funds are safe and secure. Failing to do so makes your information vulnerable to hackers. Please visit https://mtgox.com/security]
unk1911, Oct 07 09:11 (JST): ok thanks for looking into it. as you can see if you check my account, there is a withdrawal of 1.00 BTC but then there is no corresponding transaction, if you check on blockchain.info. i have been a customer of your site since 2011 and have never had an issue like this one. i have had issues withdrawing USD before (when one could still withdraw...) but never an issue transferring actual bitcoins!
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James Support [email protected] 10/7/13
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Ticket #129174: BTC delay Your request (#129174) has been updated.
To review the status of the request and add additional comments, follow the link below: http://support.mtgox.com/requests/129174
You can also add a comment by replying to this email.
James Support, Oct 08 07:39 (JST): Hello unk1911,
Sorry for the delay. I have forwarded to our development team to check on this and let you know once we locate your transaction.
Best regards,
Mt.Gox Team https://www.mtgox.com
[Attention: Please protect your account using OTP to ensure that your funds are safe and secure. Failing to do so makes your information vulnerable to hackers. Please visit https://mtgox.com/security]
unk1911, Oct 07 20:38 (JST): ??? can you please help me with this issue? i was so concerned/disturbed by the response i received from Nancy yesterday, that i moved all of my coins to my personal wallet address because i have lost the trust in your site. if i initiate a transaction and it goes NOWHERE and there's some completely off-base response from your support, that doesn't instill any kind of confidence... does that make sense? what if my transfer was for 100BTC or 1000 BTC? this type of response is unacceptable and i expect better from you.
only once you resolve this issue will i move the coins back into my account. i hope you understand my concern
unk1911, Oct 07 12:57 (JST): the transaction you are referring to is a different transaction and has nothing to do with the 1 BTC that i had sent on friday!! eXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX3 was 1 BTC sent on wednesday 2-OCT-2014.
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James Support [email protected] 10/9/13
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Ticket #129174: BTC delay Your request (#129174) has been updated.
To review the status of the request and add additional comments, follow the link below: http://support.mtgox.com/requests/129174
You can also add a comment by replying to this email.
James Support, Oct 10 03:31 (JST): Hello,
Sorry for the delay. We have yet to receive update regarding this. We will keep you update as soon as possible.
Best regards,
Mt.Gox Team https://www.mtgox.com
[Attention: Please protect your account using OTP to ensure that your funds are safe and secure. Failing to do so makes your information vulnerable to hackers. Please visit https://mtgox.com/security]
unk1911, Oct 09 11:37 (JST): is there an update?
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Marcus [email protected] 10/12/13
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Ticket #129174: BTC delay Your request (#129174) has been updated.
To review the status of the request and add additional comments, follow the link below: http://support.mtgox.com/requests/129174
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Marcus, Oct 13 02:55 (JST): Request #130892 "Withdrawal of 1.00 BTC on 4-Oct-..." was closed and merged into this request. Last comment in request #130892:
This withdrawal of 1.00 BTC never occurred:
2013/10/04 07:11:52 Fee 0.00050000 BTC xxx.54776305 BTC Fees for Bitcoin withdraw to 1XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX 2013/10/04 07:11:52 Withdraw 1.00000000 BTC xxx.54826305 BTC Bitcoin withdraw to 1XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Please credit my account with the missing 1.00 BTC.
Account Number: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Username: xxxxxxxxx
Comment during merge: Hi,
The new ticket is merged with the existing ticket for a better follow up on this issue
unk1911, Oct 11 08:37 (JST): are there any updates? tomorrow morning, it will be 7 days since the incident occurred.
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Ticket #129174: BTC delay Your request (#129174) has been updated.
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Marcus, Oct 13 02:58 (JST): Hi,
Thank you for your email. We have already escalated this issue to our management team and looking in to this and this will be sorted out as soon as possible and we will keep you posted on further updates. We apologize for the inconvenience that this may have caused.
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Gene [email protected] 10/13/13
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Ticket #129174: BTC delay Your request (#129174) has been updated.
To review the status of the request and add additional comments, follow the link below: http://support.mtgox.com/requests/129174
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Gene, Oct 14 09:58 (JST): Hello,
On checking the transaction we find tow transaction for 1 BTC which is:
https://blockchain.info/tx/cXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
And the one which was mentioned earlier:
https://blockchain.info/tx/eXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Please check if all the transactions initiated reflects and let us know if you have any questions.
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Gene [email protected] 10/14/13
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Ticket #129174: BTC delay Your request (#129174) has been updated.
To review the status of the request and add additional comments, follow the link below: http://support.mtgox.com/requests/129174
You can also add a comment by replying to this email.
Gene, Oct 14 15:22 (JST): Hello unk1911,
Sorry for the delay.On checking we find there is another transaction that reflects today,Please check the following:
https://blockchain.info/address/1XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX https://blockchain.info/tx/9XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Kindly let us know if you have any questions.
Best regards,
Mt.Gox Team https://www.mtgox.com
[Attention: Please protect your account using OTP to ensure that your funds are safe and secure. Failing to do so makes your information vulnerable to hackers. Please visit https://mtgox.com/security]
unk1911, Oct 14 10:11 (JST): not to mention that xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx that you mention has a DATE-TIME STAMP of 2-OCT-2013!! so it occurred before i had the issue.. yes i was transferring btc in various quantities and that is a legitimate transaction that i had place a day before i experienced the issue-- but what relevance does that transaction have on the issue i'm having? this makes absolutely no logical sense!!! why are we looking at things that don't relate to the issue???
unk1911, Oct 14 10:09 (JST): although the two transactions you mention are in the amount 1.0 BTC and they are directed to 1XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX, they DO NOT correspond AND HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH the missing 1.0 BTC that i sent on Friday 04-OCT-2013 from mtgox....
i thought my issue was being escalated to management/engineering/etc? i'm very unhappy with the service i'm receiving. i am short 1.0 BTC and it's been almost 10 days now. what is going on??? why are you telling me to look at transactions that have nothing to do with the 1.0BTC that i transferred on friday 04-OCT-2013???
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James Support [email protected] 10/14/13
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Ticket #129174: BTC delay Your request (#129174) has been marked as solved, pending closure. Should you believe that your request has not been adequately addressed and wish to postpone closure, or should you wish to review or comment upon your request, please follow the link below: http://support.mtgox.com/requests/129174
Mt.Gox Support appreciates any feedback that you may wish to provide.
James Support, Oct 15 08:00 (JST): Hello,
Thank you for the email. There may occasionally be a delay depending on network congestion, For those that may not know the block chain is the complete history of all transactions made on the bitcoin network, and as such it can take some time to update and download the most current block and see the bitcoins in your wallet. Please contact us for further assistance.
Best regards,
Mt.Gox Team https://www.mtgox.com
[Attention: Please protect your account using OTP to ensure that your funds are safe and secure. Failing to do so makes your information vulnerable to hackers. Please visit https://mtgox.com/security]
unk1911, Oct 14 22:47 (JST): YES! this transaction does correspond to the missing 1.0 BTC. thanks for fixing the problem. so now that the issue is resolved, can you please explain to me what happened? what was the root-cause of the issue and what did you do to resolve it? at this point i'm somewhat scared to come back to mtgox because i'm worried that something like this could happen in the future, with potentially a larger transaction but if you can explain what happened and how you resolved it i would feel a bit more secure in coming back (at least partially) to using your platform.
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And this is when it all started...as you can see

August 2011:
Pending Bitcoin Withdrawals https://mtgox.zendesk.com/entries/20395413--Resolved-OUTAGE-10543-Pending-Bitcoin-Withdrawals
Fund Withdrawals May Not Be Cancelled https://mtgox.zendesk.com/entries/20402203--Resolved-OUTAGE-10774-Fund-Withdrawals-May-Not-Be-Cancelled
Trade Orders not Executed https://mtgox.zendesk.com/entries/20401082--Resolved-OUTAGE-Trade-Orders-not-Executed
Everything was hunky dory prior to these three posts (back when Gox actually communicated to customers). Then all of a sudden things went south. On the first Pending Withdrawals post, they said the cause of the issue "is taking longer than was initially expected" to resolve, cough Transaction Malleability (TX-ML) cough.
Then withdrawals were not cancelling, and trade orders are were not working. Probably all due to the TX-ML issues, which they never fixed. They just put duct tape over it by reissuing funds over and over hoping things would magically work.
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Roger Ver on MTGOX Bankruptcy and Bitcoin Is Bitcoin Over? Mt. Gox Pauses Withdrawals HOW TO FIX PENDING WITHDRAWAL ON BTCONLINE.IO [SIMPLE HIDDEN TRICK] New Btconline io Trick Successful Withdraw Pending Solved 100% Work Roger Ver on MTGOX Bitcoin exchange - YouTube

By Cameron Fuller- In the latest chapter of the MtGox saga, a London law firm has filed a class-action lawsuit against MtGox CEO Mark Karpeles.The bitcoin exchange filed for bankruptcy Friday ... So I cancelled the withdrawal, bought Bitcoins, transferred them to a different exchange and sold them. I've moved virtually all of my money out of MtGox that way. It cost me about 10% - but that's better than the 100% that I fear will happen at MtGox. – user6500 Aug 24 '13 at 10:31 I sold all my coins a few days ago so only had cash in my mtgox account. So I bought them on gox and did the withdrawal as I always do. Usually it appears in my wallet as pending within a minute or two at most and then confirmed by the blockchain within 10 minutes as per usual. This time however it has not been sent by gox at all yet. (Update: Withdrawals still pending as MtGox blames flaw in bitcoin protocol) On Friday, MtGox announced that it was temporarily halting all withdrawals, both small and large, to work out their technical issue that they claim is hampering the processing of bitcoin transactions. Delays in bitcoin denominated withdrawals have been reported by customers since the end … When, or perhaps if, MtGox resumes withdrawal capabilities as it has stated it will, the question is whether or not they process the pending fiat withdrawals at current value or pre-Feb. 7 prices.

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