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  • #118463

    Boom bouncing back time……..WTF Ik ben dol op die BTC , wat een heerlijke munt 😀

    Kost me nog een keer me hart. 😉

    +500

    #118465
    Kbucket
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    Steun op 708 en 715, van 2k coins

    #118491

    Aardig als je wat wil gokken met aan- en verkoop maar voor een handelaar die na veel aarzelen bitcoins aanvaardt zijn dergelijke forse bewegingen toch weinig positief te noemen.

    #118494
    ChrisML
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    @Stijn1234 38955 wrote:

    Aardig als je wat wil gokken met aan- en verkoop maar voor een handelaar die na veel aarzelen bitcoins aanvaardt zijn dergelijke forse bewegingen toch weinig positief te noemen.

    Dit is gewoon een oude “Actie>Reactie” situatie.

    MTgox, de grootste BTC trader heeft problemen. Mensen beginnen te aarzelen, mensen kunnen op dat moment helemaal niks.

    De prijs klapt naar beneden, net zoals 7 december. Toen kreeg BTC met een low van $450,- te maken. Toen spoot hij weer omhoog richting de $680,- om vervolgens weer de $800,- aan te tikken.

    #118500

    @Kbucket 38926 wrote:

    Steun op 708 en 715, van 2k coins

    Dat begrijp ik wel ChrisML maar een stabielere koers geeft voor de langere termijn meer vertrouwen.

    Er zouden naast MtGox een aantal evenwaardige alternatieven moeten zijn op zo’n moment.

    #118523
    Armijn
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    Koers nu op 753$ en stijgende.

    #118534
    ChrisML
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    @Armijn 38988 wrote:

    Koers nu op 753$ en stijgende.

    Terug naar de $900+ om vervolgens 8BTC eruit te knikkeren 😀

    #118540

    Alles zal uiteindelijk afhangen van de houding van de VS denk ik. Het feit dat de staat NY regels en licensing wil vind ik alvast positief. Het geeft ineens ook legitimiteit aan de Bitcoin wanneer je mensen/bedrijven een license gaat geven lijkt me.

    En de Russen, tsja…

    Reuters / Jim Urquhart

    The use of bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies carries the risk of violating citizens’ property rights and cannot be used in Russia, the country’s Prosecutor General’s Office concluded after meeting with the Central Bank, FSB, and Interior Ministry.

    “The monitoring of the use of virtual currencies shows an increasing interest in them, including for the purpose of money laundering, profit obtained through illegal means,” ITAR-TASS quoted the Prosecutor General’s Office as saying.

    “Russia’s official currency is the ruble. The introduction of other types of currencies and the issue of money surrogates are banned,” the statement says, meaning that cryptocurrencies – the most popular of which is bitcoin – cannot be used by Russian citizens or corporations.

    Members of the meeting also outlined recommendations on how to prevent the use of virtual currencies.

    Last month, Russia’s Central Bank (CBR) warned people against using virtual currencies, as they could be tied to gangs involved in money laundering and terrorist financing. CBR issued a statement stating that virtual currencies are illegal under Article 27 of the federal law ‘On the Central Bank of the Russian Federation.’

    Bitcoin is an independent currency which is not regulated by a government and therefore “carries a high risk in devaluation.”

    Due to the anonymous nature of virtual currencies, the Central Bank warns that Russians, either knowingly or not, “may become involved, including unintentionally, in illegal activity such as the legalization (laundering) of criminal gains and financing terrorism,” the statement says.

    China and Denmark have already banned virtual currency deposits, and the Reserve Bank of India has warned virtual currency users of legal risks. Brazil, on the other hand, is considered a safe haven for bitcoins, after the country’s Central Bank stated it is not regulating the virtual currency for now, since it is not significant enough.

    Websites such as Silk Road, which was recently shut down by the US, have been prospering on bitcoin. The FBI confiscated nearly US$28.5 million in the sting operation.

    Meanwhile, some companies in the US are embracing and aiming to profit from the popularity of bitcoins. For example, the US Postal Service is considering the possibility of adding a bitcoin exchange to its current roster of non-bank financial services.

    The USPS Office of Inspector General (OIG) led a webinar last week on bitcoin and other digital currencies to “explore the possibilities” of setting up bitcoin and other digital-currency exchanges at post offices as a means of boosting revenue. The event included representatives of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Booz Allen Hamilton, and the World Bank, among others, MainStreet reported.

    The OIG also discussed the possibility of creating a “postcoin” as a USPS-specific digital currency.

    As ideas like this spread, authorities seek more control over virtual currencies. Earlier this week, New York State’s Superintendent of Financial Services announced plans to create regulations that will guide virtual currency firms that operate in the state, possibly requiring them to hold a “BitLicense.”

    #118543
    ChrisML
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    Uiteindelijk zijn de grote bank bonus graaiers bang hun inkomsten te verliezen door de BTC en andere crypto valutas. Hier zijn geen banken voor nodig.

    Ze schijten backstenen.

    Wat betreft de koers: $760,-
    Gaat in een mooie trend omhoog.

    EDIT.
    Flinke daling! Achtbaan effect. :O

    #118563

    @ChrisML 39010 wrote:

    Uiteindelijk zijn de grote bank bonus graaiers bang hun inkomsten te verliezen door de BTC en andere crypto valutas. Hier zijn geen banken voor nodig.

    Ze schijten backstenen.

    Wat betreft de koers: $760,-
    Gaat in een mooie trend omhoog.

    EDIT.
    Flinke daling! Achtbaan effect. :O

    Bij een volgende ‘crash’ toch ook eens proberen om een graantje mee te pikken via Plus500.

    Klein bedrag met stevige leverage wordt dat dan denk ik 🙂

    Die bankjongens zijn ongetwijfeld erg bang van de bitcoin maar overheden ook zolang ze niet goed weten hoe ze al die transacties bij aan- en verkoop van zaken in kaart kunnen brengen.

    #118572
    Elgoog
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    Welke koersen noemen jullie hierboven?
    MtGox? en dan $ of € ?
    Ik gebruik zelf liever Stamp

    #118573
    Armijn
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    @Elgoog 39041 wrote:

    Welke koersen noemen jullie hierboven?
    MtGox? en dan $ of € ?
    Ik gebruik zelf liever Stamp

    Ik gebruik zelf altijd de dollar die nu op MTGox 693$ aantikt.

    Pak jij meestal de euro koers?

    #118633
    Elgoog
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    MtGox is een niet realistische koers….echt niet…

    Stamp is beter, en persoonlijk kijk ik naar $, omdat daar internationaal steeds aan gerefereerd word

    #118795
    Armijn
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    Koers valt als een baksteen! Koers nu 544$ (met een low van 500$ vandaag).

    Ik kijk het nog even aan en als de koers aan het uit bodemen is ga ik vol in long in de Bitcoin (zowel aankoop van echte BTC (langere termijn) als in de forex handel bij Plus500

    #118796
    Armijn
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    Verklaring van MTGOX.
    https://support.mtgox.com/home
    pdate – Statement Regarding BTC Withdrawal Delays

    Marion Feb 10 • Announcements / Announcements

    Dear MtGox Customers and Bitcoiners,

    As you are aware, the MtGox team has been working hard to address an issue with the way that bitcoin withdrawals are processed. By “bitcoin withdrawal” we are referring to transactions from a MtGox bitcoin wallet to an external bitcoin address. Bitcoin transactions to any MtGox bitcoin address, and currency withdrawals (Yen, Euro, etc) are not affected by this issue.

    The problem we have identified is not limited to MtGox, and affects all transactions where Bitcoins are being sent to a third party. We believe that the changes required for addressing this issue will be positive over the long term for the whole community. As a result we took the necessary action of suspending bitcoin withdrawals until this technical issue has been resolved.

    Addressing Transaction Malleability
    MtGox has detected unusual activity on its Bitcoin wallets and performed investigations during the past weeks. This confirmed the presence of transactions which need to be examined more closely.

    Non-technical Explanation:
    A bug in the bitcoin software makes it possible for someone to use the Bitcoin network to alter transaction details to make it seem like a sending of bitcoins to a bitcoin wallet did not occur when in fact it did occur. Since the transaction appears as if it has not proceeded correctly, the bitcoins may be resent. MtGox is working with the Bitcoin core development team and others to mitigate this issue.

    Technical Explanation:
    Bitcoin transactions are subject to a design issue that has been largely ignored, while known to at least a part of the Bitcoin core developers and mentioned on the BitcoinTalk forums. This defect, known as “transaction malleability” makes it possible for a third party to alter the hash of any freshly issued transaction without invalidating the signature, hence resulting in a similar transaction under a different hash. Of course only one of the two transactions can be validated. However, if the party who altered the transaction is fast enough, for example with a direct connection to different mining pools, or has even a small amount of mining power, it can easily cause the transaction hash alteration to be committed to the blockchain.

    The bitcoin api “sendtoaddress” broadly used to send bitcoins to a given bitcoin address will return a transaction hash as a way to track the transaction’s insertion in the blockchain.
    Most wallet and exchange services will keep a record of this said hash in order to be able to respond to users should they inquire about their transaction. It is likely that these services will assume the transaction was not sent if it doesn’t appear in the blockchain with the original hash and have currently no means to recognize the alternative transactions as theirs in an efficient way.

    This means that an individual could request bitcoins from an exchange or wallet service, alter the resulting transaction’s hash before inclusion in the blockchain, then contact the issuing service while claiming the transaction did not proceed. If the alteration fails, the user can simply send the bitcoins back and try again until successful.

    We believe this can be addressed by using a different hash for transaction tracking purposes. While the network will continue to use the current hash for the purpose of inclusion in each block’s Merkle Tree, the new hash’s purpose will be to track a given transaction and can be computed and indexed by hashing the exact signed string via SHA256 (in the same way transactions are currently hashed).

    This new transaction hash will allow signing parties to keep track of any transaction they have signed and can easily be computed, even for past transactions.

    We have discussed this solution with the Bitcoin core developers and will allow Bitcoin withdrawals again once it has been approved and standardized.

    In the meantime, exchanges and wallet services – and any service sending coins directly to third parties – should be extremely careful with anyone claiming their transaction did not go through.

    Note that this will also affect any other crypto-currency using the same transaction scheme as Bitcoin.

    Conclusion
    To put things in perspective, it’s important to remember that Bitcoin is a very new technology and still very much in its early stages. What MtGox and the Bitcoin community have experienced in the past year has been an incredible and exciting challenge, and there is still much to do to further improve.

    MtGox will resume bitcoin withdrawals to outside wallets once the issue outlined above has been properly addressed in a manner that will best serve our customers.

    More information on the status of this issue will be released as soon as possible.

    We thank you for taking the time to read this, and especially for your patience.

    Best Regards,
    MtGox Team

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