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I think MtGox usually gives you a transaction hash immediately. You can use it to track it, for example on the blockchain or blockexplorer websites. Even without the transaction hash, you can still use these websites to try and find it by looking for
It refers to an occurrence in October 2011 when someone sent a lot of bitcoins to an incorrect public address: someone fucked up and lost ALOT of money . Casascius stated that he thinks it was done by Luke-Jr's Eligius mining pool: Re: someone fucked
Hello Mt. Gox Users, Following the announcement this week from Dwolla regarding a change in their user policy, we are now obliged to institute Dwolla’s AML requirements for any Mt. Gox customer who uses Dwolla as a transfer method
The world's biggest Bitcoin exchange recently declared bankruptcy, with close to $400M in Bitcoins missing. There has been much talk about what may have happened at Mt. Gox, with speculations running wild
If you used the japanese bank its not a european transfer, but an international wire, and intermediate banks took their share on those fees. I often say "with international wire, expect to loose 2-8% on random intermediate bank fees", sorry to tell y
In my experience requesting the full market depth from MtGox, often results in flat out incorrect information. To deal with this I've resorted to constructing my own, in a similar manner as you described above. What I do is, using the websocket api,
Will we finally get to know what happened to the 744,408 bitcoins lost by Mt. Gox? Do you remember Mt. Gox? Once upon a time, during the heydays of Bitcoin, Mt
What has been reported for the past two weeks or so is an issue called transaction (id) malleability: A hash calculated from each bitcoin transaction, the transaction id or txid, can be changed until the transaction is confirmed in the blockchain, by
I do not understand what do you mean by the current bitcoin price on the top (I can not see it), but I will clarify on some other numbers. Last - the price of bitcoin based on the last transaction. So if I bought 1