Questions on: bitstamp

As it happened to MtGox this could happen to any other exchange, Bitstamp included. As much as you trust them, technical issues could happen, regulations might pass that wouldn't allow you to withdrawal from these exchanges. Who knows what could happ
This post was inspired by a user who posted the following on the Silk Road forums. Quote from: dusttodust on January 12, 2014, 07:39:43 pm BEST WAY TO OBTAIN BTC’S? AND HOW DO YOU PROTECT IDENTIY DONIG SO? i just would like to know so i can get over
There is a missing piece in your picture, the trade offers selling BTC/Bitstamp for XRP. The values you give won't work currently since the best offers in the order book are in the range of 8300 XRP/BTC or 830 XRP for the 0. 1 BTC you mention
Bitcoincharts. com has the "market depth" for Bitstamp, which is just what you are asking for. It is presented both as a graph and a table with actual bid and ask volumes
Technically it is possible to blacklist addresses, and it needs just the majority of the mining power to agree. The problem is arriving at the agreement: Nobody stands to gain from witch-hunts, so a consensus to block an address would have to be care
Hi there, Jonathan here. I have been getting this question on how to deposit money into BTC-e many times. Therefore, I have decided to do a video to show how I do it
Bitcoin addresses beginning with 3 are a multisignature address. This type of addresses is used by the service in a 2-of-3 configuration. It takes two signatures to transfer bitcoins