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MtGox Bitcoin Deposits Temporarily Suspended

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Two of China's Biggest Exchanges - OKCoin and Huobi- Stop Bitcoin & Litecoin Withdrawals after receiving ultimatum from Beijing. Deposits and Yuan withdrawals still work fine. Relax & Keep Depositing, this is totally NOT MtGox Redux!

Two of China's Biggest Exchanges - OKCoin and Huobi- Stop Bitcoin & Litecoin Withdrawals after receiving ultimatum from Beijing. Deposits and Yuan withdrawals still work fine. Relax & Keep Depositing, this is totally NOT MtGox Redux! submitted by Barkey_McButtstain to btc [link] [comments]

MtGox - Deposit email /r/Bitcoin

MtGox - Deposit email /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

[DEV] How to create a bitcoin-based MMO with withdrawals and deposits, without messing up like MtGox?

Hello, I'm in the process of creating an MMO whose ingame currency might be bitcoins (still not decided). For this, I need an automated system for people to deposit and withdraw bitcoins on the game. I would like to find resources to do it correctly, aswell as best practices to deal with the bitcoins people deposit. I want to do it the most transparent, safe way possible and not ruin everything like MtGox did. What are the best resources for this?
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I tracked my deposited bitcoins 3months ago to MtGox - they are safe and untouched

They are hold here and untouched for all 3 months https://blockchain.info/address/1PC61wrhoT6NF6DXMJqmUwmmLWUuP89x8k
So why people are that woried about their BTC and selling them at that low price $130?You can track your deposits on blockchain and see that yours BTC remains safe
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Screw MtGox and all of these other fly-by-night exchanges. What's the safest way for me to find individuals selling Bitcoins and have them deposited directly into my Bitcoin wallet?

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MtGox Not Deposit Dollars From Bitcoin Sells

Are other people having the same problem.
I got a source, which I cannot disclose, that says, he sold bitcoins back last September 2013, and still he has not received his money to his account.
Why is that?
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BitRemit-Convert your bitcoin which is stuck on MtGox into an immediate cash deposit in your bank account.

(copied from Bitcointalk.org)
Starting on Monday Sept 30, a new bitcoin service will commence.
The service will be called BitRemit, and it will be brought to the bitcoin community through Bitcoin-Brokers.
The service will allow bitcoin holders the ability to immediately liquidate their bitcoin holdings, and have any amount converted into a cash deposit into their bank account the same day.
This service has been designed initially to assist the bitcoin community in withdrawing their capital from any of the bitcoin exchanges such as MtGox, BitStamp, or BTC-e.
Instead of having to wait for a wire transfer from any of these exchanges, people can simply transfer the bitcoin to Bitcoin-Brokers, and a representative of Bitcoin-Brokers will physically walk down to any bank of your choice and make a cash deposit into your bank account to give you immediate access to cash for your bitcoin.
Initially this service will only offer deposits to be made into banks within the USA.
Even though this service was initially created to assist people in withdrawing capital from exchanges, the service can be used by anybody who wishes to sell their bitcoin for an immediate cash deposit into a USA bank account.
This holds the potential to service an additional market, and that is the remittance market.
For example, a British resident, or Indian resident, or resident from any country in the world could use this service as a way of sending a payment to anybody, or any company with a bank account in the USA.
We will accept any amount ranging from $500-$8,500.
How we do it: Bitcoin-Brokers and/or its representatives hold accounts at Bitstamp, BTC-e and other exchanges and can sell off the bitcoin at those market rates. Once the bitcoin has been sold off at one of those markets, we deduct a 7% service charge for walking down to your bank and depositing cash the same day.
For more information about the service, or to begin a BitRemit payment into a bank account, please contact Dan by submitting a ticket through our helpdesk by following this link:
https://bitcoinbrokers.zendesk.com/anonymous_requests/new
For anybody who is not already familiar with Bitcoin-Brokers, feel free to review an existing thread discussing Bitcoin-Brokers found here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=237164.320
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What is the longest you've seen a bitcoin deposit take to appear on MtGox?

I sent 24 bitcoins to what I thought was a MtGox generated deposit address, and strangely they never appeared in my account. I contacted support and they tell me that they have confirmed that it was not a MtGox address. Is there a way to identify the IP address of the recipient address?
I don't know how this could have happened unless a plugin I use in Chrome or something somehow manipulated the address on the MtGox page. I don't get addresses from anywhere else.
I've checked out BlockChain.Info and BlockExplorer.com, but I don't really know how to follow the transaction.
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Is it possible to deposit money into MTGOX and buy some cheap bitcoin?

I know we are not able to withdraw bitcoin but what if I just wanna gamble a bit ?
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I followed my old MtGox Deposit from December to this address. Is it a known address of Gox's, cause it should be. [x-post /r/bitcoin]

I followed my old MtGox Deposit from December to this address. Is it a known address of Gox's, cause it should be. [x-post /bitcoin] submitted by -Mahn to mtgoxinsolvency [link] [comments]

What is the Best way to have my employer direct deposit part of my weekly paycheck into MtGox? : from r/Bitcoin

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Canadian Bitcoiners: Don't Forget About CaVirtex! They are accepting deposits (and have been for the whole while mtgox and tradehill have been down) via Email Money Transfer and will cash out the same way!

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Canaries In The Coal Mine? The Customer Experience At BlockFi, Celsius, Crypto.Com And Nexo Compared

Looking for another way to find out which crypto lender I can trust, I started reading through complaints on Reddit.
The assumption is that customer complaints are like the canary in the coalmine... When something is wrong in a big way, complaints are obvious warning signs. Like people complaining about Quadriga or Mt. Gox before disaster "suddenly" happened.
The problem is that every company has non-trivial complaints... Every company. So I started checking to see if the complaints get fixed. Here are the categories
Over the next few(ish) weeks, I'll write separate posts about the first 5. I'm not going to post about UX or fiat bridges because I think these problems
As for the companies reviewed? Cred gets left out because having the option to withdraw crypto at any time is a minimal requirement. Other players get left out because they
BlockFi gets included because, while its Reddit activity is weak, it does get a lot of mentions in the news - good and bad.
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Canaries In The Coal Mine? The Customer Experience At BlockFi, Celsius, Crypto.Com And Nexo Compared

Looking for another way to find out which crypto lender I can trust, I started reading through complaints on Reddit.
The assumption is that customer complaints are like the canary in the coalmine... When something is wrong in a big way, complaints are obvious warning signs. Like people complaining about Quadriga or Mt. Gox before disaster "suddenly" happened.
The problem is that every company has non-trivial complaints... Every company. So I started checking to see if the complaints get fixed. Here are the categories


Over the next few(ish) weeks, I'll write separate posts about the first 5. I'm not going to post about UX or fiat bridges because I think these problems


As for the companies reviewed? Cred gets left out because having the option to withdraw crypto at any time is a minimal requirement. Other players get left out because they


BlockFi gets included because, while its Reddit activity is weak, it does get a lot of mentions in the news - good and bad.
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Mark Karpeles seeks judgment in his favor in lawsuit brought by former MtGox customer - According to Karpeles, no evidence has been produced that he was negligent.

Mark Karpeles seeks judgment in his favor in lawsuit brought by former MtGox customer - According to Karpeles, no evidence has been produced that he was negligent. submitted by Redditcoin to mtgoxinsolvency [link] [comments]

Disappeared coins: Almost no talk

Why is it so little talk about the disappeared coins? I mean, it is such huge amounts and it must be a few persons who control a big chunk of it, it cannot be impossible to find these persons and get it back. Even if not all coins are recovered in time for distributions, I think it should be a clausal saying that any coins that are found also after distributions should be distributed as much as possible to the creditors. Has it been any discussions about this?
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WizSec: Breaking open the MtGox case

WizSec: Breaking open the MtGox case submitted by nikuhodai to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Mt. Gox is dead: Rumors swirl over insolvency of Japan-based Bitcoin exchange as leaked documents show $375 million worth of Bitcoin was stolen from "cold storage" accounts

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Near $1B are currently on the move from a Silkroad related wallet

Near $1B are currently on the move from a Silkroad related wallet
It seems that the owner of a huge #SilkRoad related wallet is moving funds actively since 3 days, dividing it in chunks of 100 coins by subwallets.
The original wallet owned 111,114.62 $BTC / $BCH , which is currently valuated ~ $844M (without taking in account other #Bitcoin forks).
Last movements on these subwallets are 4 years and 5 months old (March 9th, 2014).
The chunks have been divided over time to 60,000 coins then to 30,000 / 20,000 / 10,000 / 5,000 / 500 and now 100 coins.
#Bitcoin: https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/address/1KyJr2L6CN5XhDfv9Sb5q3kjKwFCrRxTLy/transactions
#BitcoinCash: https://www.blocktrail.com/BCC/address/1KyJr2L6CN5XhDfv9Sb5q3kjKwFCrRxTLy/transactions
Does the owner intend selling it on the market soon?

Update 1
For those who asked, the original wallet (1933phfhK3ZgFQNLGSDXvqCn32k2buXY8a) seems to be related to a SilkRoad address per this post: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=310600.0.
So it's most probably a wallet owned linked to DPR / SilkRoad. Note that this address is still active with 5 transactions executed in 2018 and 13 in 2017, with really small amount of BTC received/sent.
However, I ran some checks and it does not seem to be linked to the DPR seized coins wallet (1FfmbHfnpaZjKFvyi1okTjJJusN455paPH, there's only a 0.001 BTC link between the 2 addresses), so either the FBI did not sold them yet (last auction was in November 2015) or someone else (linked or not to SilkRoad) has access to it .
Finally, if it's not a SilkRoad related wallet the other options are, by descending probability order:
a) a MtGox cold wallet that has been seized or is still owned by MtGox: in fact the wallet funds moved in March 2014 right after MtGox filed for bankruptcy one month earlier in February 2014; these movements dates are really similar to the 200,000 lost coins "found" by Karpeles which moved March 7th, 2014 (1dda0f8827518ce4d1d824bf7600f75ec7e199774a090a947c58a65ab63552e3), just 2 days before the movements on the wallet we are talking about here.
b) a whale wallet since the major part of the 111,111 coins are coming from a very old deposit of 37,421 coins processed on June 21st, 2011 making this an early adopter's wallet (70d46f768b73e50440e41977eb13ab25826137a8d34486958c7d55c5931c6081)
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z) CSW's wallet ... https://www.scribd.com/document/372445546/Bitcoin-Lawsuit, credits mishax1

Update 2
This amount of $1B in bitcoins that MtGox is going to return to customers looks pretty familiar, it could match the 111,114-coin wallets we are investigating here: https://btcmanager.com/mt-gox-preparing-return-1b-stolen-bitcoin-affected-users/.
But the methodology of transfer does not match in my opinion, it looks that the owner tries to hide the movements by mixing the coins.

Update 3
Investigating the $1B Bitcoins on the move from a SilkRoad related wallet: https://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/9bwsaf/investigating_the_1b_bitcoins_on_the_move_from_a/

Update 4
$1B Bitcoins On The Move: Owner Transfers ~$100M to Bitfinex And Binance In 10 Days
https://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/9ceb5v/1b_bitcoins_on_the_move_owner_transfers_100m_to/

Update 5
MtGox vs SilkRoad origin and September 6th BTC price impact is now discussed here: https://www.reddit.com/btc/comments/9dvaj1b_bitcoins_on_the_move_mtgox_vs_silkroad_origin/

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More news about Mystery Creditor Who filed CR

theres some info in this blogpost about the MC (mystery Creditor): https://forum.mtgoxlegal.com/t/vote-on-engaging-sekido-or-waiting/310
Phone call with Dan Kelman 8-12-17
Dan has been employed by the Mystery Creditor (MC). He has to check with him if he can reveal his identity. He is meeting him in Tokyo on Monday and will confirm that and will speak to me after that. MC has been around for a while, early adopters will know him, he has a large claim and is a mutual acquaintance of Roger Ver. He hired lawyers in Tokyo because he’s sick of this situation.
MC and DK are not looking to take money from CR. They just want to get it sorted. They are paying an upfront fee to the lawyer, and a small percentage on the back end. Their goal is to see fiat creditors get 100% of their claims, and then the rest divided pro-rata among BTC creditors. They are open to allowing for a delay damage payment to fiat creditors if that becomes necessary.
They are also looking at creating a slush fund to go after stolen coins. Independent investigation into BTC-e. “A few million” creditors invited to contribute. But that’s down the line some.
Team CryptoVinder.com
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Why Bitcoin?... Because the QE, fractional reserve and the central banks are a scam. This guy made the most of his 2 minutes to the European Parliament yesterday.

Why Bitcoin?... Because the QE, fractional reserve and the central banks are a scam. This guy made the most of his 2 minutes to the European Parliament yesterday. submitted by hardleft121 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

DHS shuts down Dwolla to MtGox transfers -- MadBitcoins! Special Report (#018) MtGox Bitcoins to BTC e Bitcoins in 50 seconds MtGox Bitcoins to BTC e Bitcoins in 50 seconds Bitcoin Price CRASH! Ethereum Analysis! MT Gox Settlement!? Risk Management Tutorial! Bitcoin TA Withdraw Bitcoins from Blockchain to Bank Account Instantly

Option 2: Deposit Using Bank Wire at Bitstamp.net or MTGox.com. BitStamp and MTGox are BitCoin brokers and creating an account takes less than 60 seconds at either site. BitCoin owners visit the site to sell BitCoin for cash, then people that want bitcoins place their bids on that bitcoin, and acquire it. 11/10/2013 - MtGox Infrastructure and Data Centre Migration. 29/06/2013 - MtGox Registers as a Money Transmitting Company in the US - Great news for US Residents - this could open up doors for new financial partners to get money in and out of the exchange faster and more efficient. Another link here. 25/06/2013 - MtGox Update Magneto Merchant ... Mt. Gox, called "Mount Gox" or simply "Gox", was the most widely used bitcoin currency exchange market from shortly after its inception in 2010 to its insolvency late 2013. The market was closed February 25, 2014 and has since filed for bankruptcy protection in Japan and the United States, after losing 640 thousand bitcoins. A court-appointed bankruptcy administrator on Friday said an initial examination of Mt. Gox - key to determining whether Mt. Gox’s users will be able to recover some of what they had on deposit ... 2015-04-22: MTGOXのビットコイン取引所のユーザーによる破産債権の届出開始に関するお知らせ / Notice of Commencement of Filing of Bankruptcy Claims by MTGOX Bitcoin Exchange Users; 2015-04-22: MTGOXのビットコイン取引所のユーザーによる破産債権の届出等に関するQ&A / FAQs Regarding ...

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DHS shuts down Dwolla to MtGox transfers -- MadBitcoins! Special Report (#018)

Exkash.com is an instant to withdraw Bitcoins from Blockchain, mtgox, bitstamp, Coinbase and BTC-e to Bank Account, Send Bitcoin and Get cash in your Bank Account worldwide, Bitcoin To Bank. Transcript: Hello, I'm Roger Ver, long time Bitcoin proponent. About 7 months ago, purely as a favor to Mtgox, I made a video stating that their fiat withdrawal problems were not being caused by a ... Withdraw Bitcoins from Blockchain to Your Bank Account, withdraw bitcoins from mtgox to Bank Account, withdraw bitcoins from bitstamp To Bank Account, withdraw bitcoins from btc-e to Bank Account ... Mt. Gox’s Mark Karpelès is dedicating his life to righting the wrongs of his company’s collapse in 2014. ... Mt. Gox: Solving the Mystery of Bitcoin’s Biggest Disaster I Fortune Fortune ... The Department of Homeland Security appears to have shut down the ability to use Dwolla, a mobile payment service, to withdraw and deposit money into Mt. Gox, a Bitcoin trading platform.

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