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Huobi and OKcoin data not updating on bitcoinwisdom, bitcoinity

Huobi has been stuck on bitcoinwisdom for about an hour. OKcoin is working on and off.
Both exchanges seem to be functioning correctly, and their respective websites show that orders are still taking place (they seem to be pushing back up towards 2800 at the moment).
Update : huobi and OKcoin both updating on bitcoinwisdom again.
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Google Hangout w/ OKCoin Manager of International Operations, Zane Tackett 9PM EST Tonight

Tonight 9PM EDT flibbrMarketplace and I will be conducting a Google Hangout w/ OKCoin Manager of International Operations, Zane Tackett -- we have some higher level questions prepared but want to focus more specifically on the trading experience, tools and ways their platform benefit active traders.
Event page: https://plus.google.com0/events/cnbt03l47blpkckp4nfcs2samf4
Also feel free to comment and add additional questions that you would like to see asked about their trading platform.
A couple of questions we have come up with:
  1. Is there a way to have a live P&L of active margin trades ?
  2. Currently the process of taking a margin trade requires that margin first be reserved then placing the actual trade -- any thoughts on having the limit margin trade take out the required margin at time of the trade executing so as not to sit with margin you aren't currently utilizing?
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OKCoin and Huobi are back!

Well... sort of.
On October 30, 2017, the Chinese government closed all bitcoin exchanges in the country (which, at the time, had over 90% of all trade volume in the world).
Ever since I started following bitcoin I have been using the site bitconwisdom.com to watch the price. That sire has not been updated in several years, and lists only a couple of the exchanges (such as Bitstamp and Bitfinex) that have been active since that time. In particular, it does not carry any of the Korean and Japanese exchanges that now dominate the trading.
However, it still shows the price charts for the main exchanges that were alive in 2014 -- such as Huobi, OKCoin, BTC-e, and even MtGOX.
So it was fun to see that the BTC price today was briefly at $6185 -- the same as at OKCoin (Check the summary line above the chart.)
So, OKcoin and Huobi are back! Or, rather, bitcoin came back to them... 8-)
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/r/Bitcoin FAQ - Newcomers please read

Welcome To The /Bitcoin Sticky FAQ

Maybe you're here because you've received a tip on social media, or maybe you've just been hearing a lot recently about Bitcoin and are wondering what the big deal is? The following videos are a good starting point for understanding how bitcoin works and a little bit about its long term potential:

What are Bitcoins worth and where can I buy them?

Bitcoins are valued at what market price people are willing to pay for them. Here are a couple useful sites 1 and 2 that shows how much various denominations of bitcoin are worth in different currencies. Alternatively you can just google "1 bitcoin in (your local currency)".
You can buy or sell any amount of bitcoin (from as little as $1 worth) and there are several easy methods to purchase bitcoin with cash, credit card or bank account. Some recommendations include:
US & Europe
Australia
China
All countries
Always do your own personal due diligence on the validity of an exchange and check the URL prior to sending them money or entering login credentials. Phishing sites are not uncommon. Use this checklist if you aren't sure which exchange to choose.

Where can I spend Bitcoins?

A comprehensive list can be found at TheBitcoinPage.com but some of the key ones are below:
Store Product
Microsoft Xbox games, phone apps and software
Spendabit and The Bitcoin Shop Search engines of online retailers accepting bitcoin with millions of results
Overstock Everything under the sun
Gyft Gift cards for thousands of retailers including Amazon, Target, Walmart, Starbucks, Whole Foods, CVS, etc.
Reddit Gold Premium membership which can be gifted to others
NewEgg, TigerDirect and Dell For all your electronic needs
Expedia, Cheapair and 9flats For when you need to get away
Wordpress, Namecheap, Mullvad and PIA Handy web services
Foodler and Takeaway Takeout delivered to your door!
HumbleBundle and GreenmanGaming For when you need to get your game on
Coinmap and AirBitz are helpful to find local businesses accepting bitcoins. UK residents can find a comprehensive directory of shops, pubs, websites and other places in the UK that accept bitcoins at wheretospendbitcoins.co.uk.
There are also lots of charities which accept bitcoin donations, such as Wikipedia, Red Cross and the RNLI. You can find a longer list here.

Merchant Resources

If you operate a business and want to accept bitcoin as a payment method, there are several options available:

Can I mine bitcoin?

Mining bitcoins can be a fun hobby but be aware that you will most likely operate at a loss. Newcomers are often advised to stay away from mining unless they are only interested in it as a hobby similar to folding at home. If you want to learn more about mining you can read more here. Still have mining questions? The friendly folks at /BitcoinMining would be happy to help you out.
If you want to contribute to the bitcoin network, you can run a full node by hosting the blockchain and propagating transactions. Here is a handy setup guide

Securing your bitcoins

With bitcoin you can be your own bank and personally secure your bitcoins or you can use trusted companies such as Coinbase and Circle which have secured wallets where they hold the bitcoins for you and provide insurance. Be sure to only deal with reputable companies, if you have any concerns about a company's trustworthiness just ask or check their consumer reviews and ratings.
If you prefer to have direct control over your coins without having to use a trusted third party you can use personal wallets for desktops / laptops, Android and iOS where you alone hold your private keys. Electrum, Mycelium and Breadwallet are popular, but there are many options.
Find a wallet that works best for you
For increased security use Two Factor Authentication (2FA) everywhere it is offered, including email! (2FA requires a second confirmation code to access your account, usually from a text message or app, making it much harder for thieves to gain access). Google Authenticator and Authy are two great apps for handling 2FA.
Additional security systems such as Mycelium Entropy (for printing multi-signature paper wallets) and the Trezor Hardware Wallet are great ways to easily secure your coins. Or, you can opt to secure your bitcoin using cold storage.
Note: Do not use brainwallets unless you are an expert, they are known to be vulnerable to theft unless set up correctly.

Earning bitcoins

Just like any other form of money, you can earn bitcoins by working for them. Here are a few resources for bitcoin jobs.

Tipping

Bitcoin Units

Note: This is a brief overview to the most commonly used Bitcoin units. For full information check out the Bitcoin Units wiki (work in progress).
One Bitcoin is quite large (hundreds of £/$/€) so people often deal in smaller units. The most common ones are listed below:
Unit Symbol Value Info
millibitcoin mBTC 1,000 per bitcoin SI unit for milli i.e. millilitre (ml) or millimeter (mm)
microbitcoin μBTC 1,000,000 per bitcoin SI unit for micro i.e microlitre (μl) or micrometre (μm)
satoshi sat 100,000,000 per bitcoin Smallest unit in bitcoin, named after the inventor
For example, assuming an arbitrary exchange rate of $500 for one Bitcoin, a $10 meal would equal:
Still have questions? The friendly folks at /BitcoinBeginners would be happy to help you out. If you decide to post a question in /Bitcoin, please use the search bar to see if it has been answered before and remember to follow the community rules outlined on the sidebar to receive a better response. The mods are busy helping manage our community so please do not message them unless you notice problems with the functionality of the subreddit.
Note: This is a community created FAQ. If you notice anything missing from the FAQ or that requires clarification you can edit it here and it will be included in the next revision pending mod approval. The original sticky can still be found here.
Welcome to the Bitcoin community and the new decentralized economy!
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An analysis on Huobi.com's popularity vs web traffic data.

I'll be open from the start that I've been skeptical of Huobi's volume but I think most of us have been. OKCoin has been caught faking volume and Bobby Lee recently suggested that other Chinese exchanges are faking volume.
Stats on BTC per day before China collapse mid-December -BTCC: 80-100k BTC a day -Huobi: 20k-40k BTC a day -Stamp: 25-50k BTC a day
BTC per day Now: -BTCC: 3-4k BTC a day -Huobi: Up to 150k BTC on peak days -Stamp: Up to 25k btc on peak days.
I become curious today when viewing some of Huobi's press releases and noticing they sometimes only receive ~200-1000 pageviews. Pretty low for the largest BTC exchange on the web, by far. So I turned to Alexa and start looking at pageviews and traffic ranks among not only Huobi vs. Bitstamp but also Huobi vs. BTCC and I would expect to see a large spike around the same time BTCC volume disappeared and Huobi's volume went to the moon. Interestingly enough, not only does huobi barely beat BTCC out in web traffic today, it didn't even see a spike in page traffic since December, it's gone DOWN! Meanwhile BTC volume has gone up 4x and is 50x that of BTCC
I understand there can be some bias in Alexa due to it being an extension but when comparing BTCC to Huobi it should be relatively fair.
Traffic Stats Mid-December BTCC Traffic Rank:~5000 Huobi Traffic Rank:~18,000 BTCC Pageviews as % of total web Mid-Dec 2013: .0009% Huobi Pageviews as % of total web Mid-Dec 2013: .0005%
Traffic Stats Today BTCC Traffic Rank now: 40,000 Huobi Traffic Rank now: 50,000 BTCC Pageviews now: .0001% Huobi Pageviews now: .00015%
Did Huobi pull the best magic trick of all time? Its traffic went down, just like BTCC, after the China debacle in mid-2013. How is it possible for it's volume to go up drastically in the meantime. Not to mention becoming the largest exchange by volume nearly 7x.
Oh and by the way, here is where Bitstamp stands, currently crushing Huobi in traffic data by nearly 8x.
Stamp Traffic Rank: 7,000 Pagviews: .0008%
So when are we going to do some real research into who or what is leading the Bitcoin market, instead of blinding letting it happen while data proves otherwise?
EDIT:
Most of this data came from within China. Only 3-5% of it according to Alexa was US based.
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[SFLY] OKCoin "glitch" drops the price of litebutt to pennies for few minutes, someone allegedly abuses it to get tons of normal butts – will OKC be the next Gox?

See the chart for yourself: https://bitcoinwisdom.com/markets/okcoin/ltccny at 2015-11-10 08:00 UTC, or see this image I blockchained from someone else: https://i.imgur.com/l2Z88x2.jpg
"Normal" price is in two digits, but it dropped to 1 CNY for a moment. Or even less, if this post is to be believed: https://np.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/3s9uvd/okcoin_not_processing_withdrawals_litecoin_drops/
/litecoin discusses: https://np.reddit.com/litecoin/comments/3s96j6/look_okcoin_millions_of_litecoins_dumped/
Something bad happened. Confirmed reports someone bought at 1.5CNY, sold at 19CNY, bought BTC and withdrew then had their account locked.
OkCoin lost the entire orderbook for LTC, some 200Mil of LTC traded in <30minute bar. Liquidation occurred to 0.01CNY and now OkCoin is trying to reverse trades. They are in the process of altering their history right now with the charts miraculously reversed to 19CNY.
OKCoin is trying to assure bagholders that they'll fix everything and reimburse everyone... by posting an announcement on a subreddit for a different type of butt: https://np.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/3sb0dx/regarding_okcoin_ltccny_price_error_resuming/
On November 10, 2015 from 16:15 to 16:17 local Beijing time, due to turbulence in the datacenter network, a hidden bug triggered the trading system, and a few off market transactions on LTC/CNY affected a small number of users.
To update, all affected user positions have been restored and we have resolved the bug. All users in LTC/CNY who were affected will be contacted during day on November 11, 2015.
I wonder if they manage to get out of it, since some speculate:
Someone sold millions LTC for about 100,000 BTC from OKCoin yesterday. Then withdrew the BTC before OKCoin could freeze their account. OKCoin is most likely insolvent.
Will OKCoin fold? We're in fact seeing symptoms of goxititis:
And when are you going to process my BTC and LTC withdrawals? I already tried to call the number and there is no response. Also no response on my emails??
But there are more symptoms: https://np.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/3s9uvd/okcoin_not_processing_withdrawals_litecoin_drops/cwvhq8q
I'll add this to my list of OKCoin fuckery, the list for the uninitiated:
OKCoin LTC market has freak crash to 1.00cny (sure the woodchipper got some good sacrifices there) OKCoin margin calls nearly every trader, promises compensation, and then doesn't actually give any compensation. OKCoin scams users OKcoin freezes its own platform, then Margin calls its customers Mass exodus at OKCoin, something is brewing OKCoin futures settlement issue CZ's Statement Regarding the Dispute Between OKCoin and Roger Ver Truth Behind the Dispute Between Roger Ver and OKCoin. Email leaks confirm OKcoin asked Roger Ver to help engage in Money Laundering, Roger refused. OKCoin no longer managing Bitcoin.com due to contract conflict with domain owner A warning about okcoin "Largest" Bitcoin Exchange Caught Faking Trades
Of course, OKCoin being based in China, not Japan, and fucking things up in discrete, flashy events instead of continuously, may survive a bit longer than Gox. We'll see.
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Where are all the transactions happening?

I'm looking at BitcoinWisdom and it looks like the number of transactions (since the China event) have dropped off a cliff. Are there transactions happening somewhere else that we aren't seeing?
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How Chinese are making money on your behalf

If I were a Chinese with enough coins and access to bitfinex and stamp, what would I do?
I would quickly write a bot to trade on huobi and OkCoin and create two accounts that would buy/sell each other coins back and forth to create a huge volume. On average I will be on 0 there, but I will be able to drive the market back and forth. This is a day programming job.
Then I will place my bets strategically on Bitstamp for all the western losers to put the dough directly in my pockets.
If you think this is nonsense, look at this newsless pump and dump that just happened with huobi: http://i.imgur.com/QUdyjHe.png If you think that 0-fee exchange is sustainable you are a half-brain. There is no exchange in the whole world that wouldn not take fees.
I appeal to bitcoinwisdom and bitcoinity to drop chinese exchanges from their sites.
To elaborate this further into a conspiracy theory.
If I were a Chinese government and I see a great threat in bitcoin (which it is). What would I do? I cannot ban bitcoin in the whole world. But I can discourage its use instead. How? By taking folks' money around the globe. I will create a couple of 0-fee exchanges with fake volume and start banning-unbaning bitcoin for greater volatility. At the same time collecting peoples' money on other exchanges till no more retards out there are willing to invest in bitcoin.
Think. How quickly Huobi and OkCoin became the "main" exchanges? And why this back and forth infinite covert FUD from government officials? Freaking perfect destruction plan.
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Die rand is kak

So the bitcoin network starts off 2016 much stronger than it entered 2015. With over a billion $ in startup investment capital. It is crazy to realize that it is worth R111,415,577,100 in valuation (amount of coins multiplied by freemarket price) and this is just the beginning. Compare this to standard bank at R188,4B especially if you consider they are down about 40% in the past year where bitcoin is up 533% since 2013, and up 61% in the last 6 months.
1 bitcoin = R7404
Crazy you might say.. no. Go look up what quantitative easing is. Hint: The banks have been creating trillions, devaluing your savings.
Bitcoin's processing power is now at 832,017,286,000,000,000 SHA256 hashes per second. This is what work it requires to mine bitcoin, what makes it secure and why we trust it more than some database in someone's vault that they can go edit if they please. This is real measurable energy consumption. Almost like digging up gold, just more humane.
With 6 months left till the amount of new bitcoins mined halves to 12.5BTC per 10mins. We'll be entering the realm of sub 5% yearly monetary base inflation. This means instead of R788,400,000 worth of bitcoin created per month it will become only R394,200,000 worth per month newly issued. This new cycle will run for 4 years, like the last, before it halves again, and again. Until eventually in 140 years from now we have the last bit of bitcoin at 21million BTC. 21,000,000.000,000,000 should be enough for everyone.
I've used rands so people can understand the scale of this thing a bit better. The exchange rates change over time according to free markets.
Edit: I've added a list of links.. far from complete, but good enough to get started. I recommend south africans to use bitx market to exchange BTC/ZAR. Watch the links under knowledge in this list.
Wallets:
breadwallet iPhone bitcoin Android
more on bitcoin.org/en/choose-your-wallet
Exchanges:
bitx ZAR, MYR, NGN, KES, IDR kraken EUR, USD, CAD, GBP, JPY, LTC okcoin CNY, USD vaultoro XAU (gold) There are many more..
Useful services for south african bitcoin holders:
bitrefill Buy 8ta, cellc, mtn or vodacom airtime using bitcoin. takealot.com Buy things online for delivery, use instant eft then bitcoin on checkout. namecheap Domains for bitcoin.
Tools:
bitxZAR bitx market for south africans. bitcoinwisdom for seeing live exchange rates across many exchanges. cryptowatch has some other exchanges listed aswell and nice plotting tools. bitcointicker realtime market ticker. coinigy professional crypto trading platform (30 day free, 0.054BTC/mo) blockchain.info viewer, wallet provider and blockchain api blockr.io blockchain viewer and api bitpay easy bitcoin integration provider
Community
reddit/bitcoin reddit/btc bitcointalk forums bitcoin.com forum
Channel ##bitcoin on freenode irc server 
Knowledge:
bitcoin core sourcecode on github
bitcoin whitepaper by Satoshi Nakamoto (pdf)
Bitcoin, Freedom, and the Future of Finance? by Bhagwan Chowdhry, Professor of Finance at UCLA Anderson, joined us for an IDFC-U discussion in which he explained why he believes Bitcoin is just the beginning.
Wired 2015 Bitcoin by Andreas Antonopoulos
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Hilo General de Bitcoin, despues del Hardfork, viene la evolución.

Hilo continuación del que venimos, para postear opiniones y noticias que no merecen hilo propio. Iré modificándolo poco a poco para dejarlo bien.
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Andreas Antonopoulos Charlie Shrem Peter Thiel Arvin Narayand
[B][SIZE="4"]Cursos:[/SIZE][/B] -. [url]http://www.truthcoin.info/papers/truthcoin-whitepaper.pdf[/url] (paper sobre una sidechain que servirá para incluir un sistema descentralizado de oráculos en Bitcoin.) In-depth Udemy Course(over 8 hours of video tutorials) -. [url]https://www.udemy.com/bitcoin-or-how-i-learned-to-stop-worrying-and-love-crypto[/url] Coursera Cryptocurrency Course(61 videos in 11 sections) -.[url]https://www.coursera.org/learn/cryptocurrency[/url] Khan Academy Bitcoin Course(9 ~10 minute videos) -.[url]https://www.khanacademy.org/economics-finance-domain/core-finance/money-and-banking/bitcoin/v/bitcoin-what-is-it[/url] Bitcoin 101 Blackboard Series(over 7 hours of video tutorials) -. [url]https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzctEq7iZD-7-DgJM604zsndMapn9ff6q[/url] Introduction to Bitcoin(3 hour course available via free trial) -. [url]https://www.pluralsight.com/courses/bitcoin-decentralized-technology[/url] Introduction toDigital Currency - MOOC offered by University of Nicosia -. [url]http://digitalcurrency.unic.ac.cy/free-introductory-mooc/[/url]
[B][SIZE="4"]Deep Dive Technical Resources: (pá los valientes):[/SIZE][/B] Bitcoin & Cryptocurrency Technologies (Princeton's 300 page textbook) [url]https://d28rh4a8wq0iu5.cloudfront.net/bitcointech/readings/princeton_bitcoin_book.pdf?a=1[/url] Bitcoin Developer Guide [url]https://bitcoin.org/en/developer-guide[/url] Bitcoin Ninja [url]http://bitcoin.ninja/[/url] Bitcoin Protocol Specification [url]http://enetium.com/resources/Bitcoin.pdf[/url] Epic List of Research Papers [url]https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1VaWhbAj7hWNdiE73P-W-wrl5a0WNgzjofmZXe0Rh5sg/edit?pli=1#gid=0[/url] How the Bitcoin Protocol Actually Works [url]http://www.michaelnielsen.org/ddi/how-the-bitcoin-protocol-actually-works/[/url] Mastering Bitcoin [url]https://github.com/aantonop/bitcoinbook/blob/develop/book.asciidoc[/url] Epic List of Bitcoin Books [url]https://github.com/McFrankline/Blockchain-stuff#bitcoin[/url] Epic List of Many Blockchain Books [url]https://github.com/McFrankline/Blockchain-stuff#blockchain-books[/url] Programming the Blockchain in C# [url]https://programmingblockchain.gitbooks.io/programmingblockchain/content/[/url]
[B][SIZE="4"]Documentales:[/SIZE][/B] Bitcoin Films [url]http://bitcoinfilm.org/documentaries/[/url] Bitcoin in Uganda BrRXP1tp6Kw Inside Man with Morgan Spurlock [url]http://www.disclose.tv/action/viewvideo/198650/Morgan_Spurlock__Living_On_Bitcoin__The_Inside_Man_Bitcoin_CNN_Full_Documentary/[/url] Life on Bitcoin [url]http://lifeonbitcoin.com/[/url] Life Inside a Secret Chinese Bitcoin Mine K8kua5B5K3I The Bitcoin Doco [url]http://thebitcoindoco.com/?p=202[/url] The Rise and Rise of Bitcoin [url]http://bitcoindoc.com/[/url]
[B][SIZE="4"]otras cosas de este año 2016:[/SIZE][/B] [url]http://themerkle.com/top-6-ways-of-losing-bitcoin-funds-if-youre-not-careful/[/url]
[url]https://opendime.com/[/url] is a small USB stick that allows you to spend Bitcoin like a dollar bill. Pass it along multiple times. Connect to any USB to check balance. Unseal anytime to spend online. Trust no one.
[url]https://github.com/amper5and/secrets.js/[/url] It can be used to split any "secret" (i.e. a password, text file, Bitcoin private key, anything) into n number of "shares" (each the same size in bits as the original secret), requiring that exactly any number t ("threshold") of them be present to reconstruct the original secret.
[U]Compra rapida Por Claudius:[/U]
Y por ultimo:
[I]P.D1:*¿que puede pasar si se amplia el Tamaño de Bloque?[/I] [url]https://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/3cgft7/largest_transaction_ever_mined_999657_kb_consumes/[/url]
P.D2:[url]https://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/5609tu/1st_test_on_lightning_network_between_rusty/[/url] [I](primer ejemplo de lightning_network)[/I]
explicacion del video anterior: [SPOILER]Todo lo hace en la testchain de Bitcoin. Abre un canal con 0'04 testcoins y efectua el pago de 10000 milisatoshis para comprar la ya famosa imagen de los gatitos viendo la luna.
No hay transacción de vuelta, es símplemente un pago que se ha realizado a través del canal que habían abierto.
En la blockchain (en realidad, en la testchain, puesto que se está utilizando la cadena de bloques para pruebas que tiene Bitcoin) se ha realizado una transacción, que es la transacción necesaria que hay que hacer para establecer el canal.
La transacción de compra de la imagen (la de los 10000 milisatoshis) es la que se hace fuera de la cadena de bloques.
A ver, el canal se establece por un importe de 0'04 bitcoins (testcoins, en realidad). Una vez realizada la transacción de 10000 milibitcoins en la lightning network, el balance de ese canal cambia a 0'04 bitcoins - 10000 milibitcoins.
Pero lo bueno del asunto es que el canal de pagos es bidireccional y, se supone, que formará parte de una red (la lightning network) de manera que el balance se irá reajustando conforme las transacciones de la red vayan necesitando hacer uso de dicho del canal de pago que has abierto.
Cuando cualquiera de las dos partes decida cerrar el canal, entonces el balance que contenga en ese instante será el que se fijará en la cadena de bloques.
Las transacciones que emplean el canal de pago son "off blockchain", esto es, se realizan sin necesidad de ser reflejadas en la cadena de bloques. La única transacción que ha necesitado utilizar la cadena de bloques es la necesaria para crear el canal.
El canal no se ha cerrado, ha permanecido abierto.[/SPOILER] P.D 3:
P.D 4: Los iré añadiendo poco a poco que son un huevo: [url]https://sites.google.com/site/bitcoinsig/resources[/url]
P.D.5:[/QUOTE]
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Dogecoin needs more exchanges! READ ME PLEASE!

I can understand that everyone may be very comfortable with the exchanges we have. I can understand that it may be good to invest in the exchanges we already use.
However, if we want to see dogecoin grow...we CAN NOT, EXPECT PEOPLE TO CHANGE OR ADAPT TO US. We need to be very open minded and "fluid".
So what I am asking, is that everyone go on Bitcoin and Litecoin and take a look at the exchanges they have. ( you can also look at other coins for suggestions of exchanges). We are missing a lot of exchanges and while yes, we have cryptsy and few others, we are still limited.
You want to see the coin grow correct? Then we need to open our availability to more people. This being the Canadian exchanges, Chinese exchanges, etc.
We just lost one of our exchanges: Mintpal which helped with a lot of our volume.
Like I said, the more we available to people, the faster we can be adopted. This means exchanges, Fiat to Dogecoin, etc.
Checkout www.bitcoinwisdom.com to see some of the exchanges that coins have. (These are not all of them of course but some big ones.)
Canadian: https://cavirtex.com/home
Chinese: https://www.okcoin.com/ https://www.btcchina.com/ https://www.huobi.com/
European: https://btc-e.com/
We want to be everywhere bitcoin is, and everywhere it isn't. It is the key to our success and future of our coin. Push these exchanges to have us! It will benefit us hugely and especially them! There is no reason why they shouldn't! So send a few emails to their support teams and make them!
BTCHINA: [email protected] OKCOIN: https://www.okcoin.com/about/linkUs.do Cavirtex: https://support.cavirtex.com/
TO THE MOON!
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Panel Interview/Hangout w/ Coinbase Exchange -- Weds 1:30PM PDT (UTC -7)

We will be hosting the Coinbase Team responsible for building and launching the Exchange & trading operations -- this includes: Michael B, Premier Support Manager, Roman Shtylman, Lead Exchange Developer - & Charlie Lee, Engineering Manager -- the format will be a panel interview made of traders from TradingView, /bitcoinmarkets, & IRC
SoundCloud Recording: https://soundcloud.com/whaleclub-bitcoin/panel-interviewhangout-with-coinbase-exchange
When: Weds June 10th 1:30PM PDT (UTC -7)
Location: WCTeamSpeak: if you want to join the conversation dl TS3: http://teamspeak.com/?page=teamspeak3 enter server: ts.whaleclub.io
It will be streamed LIVE: http://vaughnlive.tv/whaleclub
Here is rough outline of the questions :
Background
Can you give your personal background and journey to the company (Roman & Michael) ?
I know Coinbase has many talented people but what do they have from a development standpoint from an exchange functionality standpoint ? Matching engine level dev and trading product dev ?
Do you see yourself as an exchange or a trading platform ?
What is the vision over at Coinbase and specifically where does the exchange fit in the business strategy of what Coinbase’s overall vision is ?
Approximately how many resources (percent-wise) are being utilized for the exchange operations and are they rapidly expanding ?
There has been no proof-of-reserves on Coinbase -- why should we trust Coinbase with the security of coins and that they aren’t running a fractional reserve system. Many of the other players have adopted this method why haven’t you?
Trading Platform
Currently you are one of the few exchanges with FIX how do you see this API feature being utilized to connect you with the legacy financial world
I see you have spent a good deal on interface including charting have you thought about trying to get on TradingView ?
UI/UX Review I don’t really care for the order depth visualization -- the standard is still bitcoinwisdom on how they do it I like time and sales and the order entry aspect On the bottom is that where there is open order and order history?
Are we going to see margin on spot or more advanced products like futures ? if yes what can we expect the margin leverage to be? will there be USD style swaps like BFX offers ? if futures what kind of leverage and how will margin calls be handled ie similar to the OKCoin socialized loss system
Trading Landscape
Currently you are going about getting an MSB in every state -- is there a rough timeline on complete of this ? and does the BitLicense in any way help you in this process ?
As far as competing in a global exchange space we still see a very defined trend of much of the BTC trading volume happening offshore -- how does Coinbase from a strategic perspective look to tackle the fact that many offshore competitors have little to no KYC/AML and draw the lionshare of the trader ?
Any opinion on the blocksize debate from a company perspective ? (Only time permitting)
Since Charlie Lee is here are there any plans to add LTC trading to the exchange ?
Please leave any specific questions you hope to have answered here
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An analysis on Huobi.com's popularity vs web traffic data.

I'll be open from the start that I've been skeptical of Huobi's volume but I think most of us have been. OKCoin has been caught faking volume and Bobby Lee recently suggested that other Chinese exchanges are faking volume.
Stats on BTC per day before China collapse mid-December -BTCC: 80-100k BTC a day -Huobi: 20k-40k BTC a day -Stamp: 25-50k BTC a day
BTC per day Now: -BTCC: 3-4k BTC a day -Huobi: Up to 150k BTC on peak days -Stamp: Up to 25k btc on peak days.
I become curious today when viewing some of Huobi's press releases and noticing they sometimes only receive ~200-1000 pageviews. Pretty low for the largest BTC exchange on the web, by far. So I turned to Alexa and start looking at pageviews and traffic ranks among not only Huobi vs. Bitstamp but also Huobi vs. BTCC and I would expect to see a large spike around the same time BTCC volume disappeared and Huobi's volume went to the moon. Interestingly enough, not only does huobi barely beat BTCC out in web traffic today, it didn't even see a spike in page traffic since December, it's gone DOWN! Meanwhile BTC volume has gone up 4x and is 50x that of BTCC
I understand there can be some bias in Alexa due to it being an extension but when comparing BTCC to Huobi it should be relatively fair.
Traffic Stats Mid-December BTCC Traffic Rank:~5000 Huobi Traffic Rank:~18,000 BTCC Pageviews as % of total web Mid-Dec 2013: .0009% Huobi Pageviews as % of total web Mid-Dec 2013: .0005%
Traffic Stats Today BTCC Traffic Rank now: 40,000 Huobi Traffic Rank now: 50,000 BTCC Pageviews now: .0001% Huobi Pageviews now: .00015%
Did Huobi pull the best magic trick of all time? Its traffic went down, just like BTCC, after the China debacle in mid-2013. How is it possible for it's volume to go up drastically in the meantime. Not to mention becoming the largest exchange by volume nearly 7x.
Oh and by the way, here is where Bitstamp stands, currently crushing Huobi in traffic data by nearly 8x.
Stamp Traffic Rank: 7,000 Pagviews: .0008%
So when are we going to do some real research into who or what is leading the Bitcoin market, instead of blinding letting it happen while data proves otherwise?
EDIT:
Most of this data came from within China. Only 3-5% of it according to Alexa was US based.
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Bitcoin Market Report 11/19/14

Price: $377.58 USD/ 24hr volume: $101,995,875 / %Change: +0.49%
We’ve since cooled down from our previous bull run on November 11th. The BTC price was around $367 before the sudden surge in price and volume. It appears that our current floor is hovering around that price level ($368-$370) which is a much higher bottom than earlier this month. If we stay above this level then prices may trend upwards and if we fall below this level I wouldn’t be surprised to see a few dumps (great buying opportunities).
Between the hours of 2:10-2:40 EST this morning we peaked at around $386 which is a 4.66% price increase from yesterdays lows, something to note for traders that are scalping.
For those that are studying charts and volume there appears to be a discrepancy between coinmarketcap.com and bitcoinwisdom.com. Coinmarketcap is sourcing a site called bitcoinaverage which isn’t keeping track of the Chinese markets properly. For that reason it seems that coinmarketcap’s volume report is shy around $78 Million! According to bitcoinwisdom (which gives live data feed) our 24 hour volume was $101,995,875! It appears that 92% of BTC volume is coming out of China alone. The Chinese markets continue to be key players in the Bitcoin space.
OkCoin appears to be one of the largest Bitcoin exchanges in the world having traded a total of 4,907,692 BTC this month. The Chinese economy is becoming a world superpower and is the headquarters of the BRICS World Development bank which is a competitor to the World bank/IMF system. The United Nations forecasts that the BRICS economic GDP will surpass that of western economies by 2020. China’s lead in crypto volume may be a result of regulatory uncertainty in New York, which is the #1 financial centre for the U.S.
If anyone has any ideas why there is a discrepancy in volume calculations between those two sites please share. I am considering sending coinmarketcap an email to give them a heads up. Also feel free to share your ideas about why you think the majority of volume is coming out of China (obviously population is a major factor.)
http://www.dailytradingprofits.com/2112/bitcoin-market-report-111914/
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bitcoinwisdom charts supporting Bitcoin and Litecoin

http://bitcoinwisdom.com/ https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=190722.320
I think Bitcoin wisdom is right now the best bitcoin charts at real time, an also supports litecoin charts.
They have this LTC charts BTC-E LTC/USD BTC/LTC Mcxnow BTC/LTC cryptotrade LTC/USD BTC/LTC
Could be great if they add also for exemple fxbtc, okcoin, btctrade! and Cavirtex LTC / CAD when they begin in some days!
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A summarization of Huobi's activities and why it is fake

So it seems to me that everyone in the community is quite aware of this but they may not know the reasons why this is happening. Check out the % of volume reported for all exchanges. http://bitcoinity.org/markets/list?currency=ALL&span=24h
It's clear that Gox, Stamp, btce and bitfinex users are not buying this "recovery" in price and they certainly are not bullish enough to cause any rallies at this time, despite all of the good news coming out in the media these days.
Huobi has a lot at stake here in order to prove to the PBOC that price can be "stable" or at the very least, not so volatile. If you are a religious price watcher such as myself and my colleagues, you will have noticed that a side-by-side comparison of price movement with any Mtgox chart/ticker and bitcoinwisdom's Huobi chart has shown a mutual movement in price. This makes sense when Huobi moves up and Gox subsequently moves up in price, but why then does Huobi adjust its price to Gox's if there is a drop in price due to a large sell-off, when Huobi's volume is tenfold that of MtGox?
ie. someone on gox sells 100 btc causing a 10 dollar drop in price. Huobi does the same in yuan.
Although the orderbook doesn't appear to be thin for Huobi, this could only happen if Huobi is watching Gox for any "real" changes in price.
You may also have noticed numerous micro-sells on Gox at market price in the size of .01 BTC consistently for the past few days, testing to see if Huobi drops accordingly (which it has). This may be due to sellers who use bot trading testing Huobi's market volume and how price is being manipulated over there. So far, I'm guessing they've concluded that Huobi is in fact watching Gox carefully.
More importantly, we've witnessed several price drops over the past couple of weeks, most recently on the 12th through 14th of January that signalled a bearish movement of the market, only for the price to be propped back up by Huobi.
Delving a bit into the conspiracy theory side of this, if I were Huobi, I'd realize that my business was at stake if price were to swing wildly during this time. BTCChina and Okcoin fell within a matter of days due to PBOC regulations and the very same is likely to happen to Huobi if they don't control price. The very fate of bitcoin in China is at stake here. Now I'm going to guess that they won't outright buy and sell at market price themselves but work with or pay off some exchange users to do this for them, so that the books are in order when the PBOC audit hammer comes down on them.
Furthermore, we all know that Li Lin, Huobi's CEO, has removed funding through his own personal bank account in anticipation of the Jan 31st deadline. This, to me, is a clear indication that they are expecting a failure of their fraudulent system and the CEO doesn't want to lose his own money if he can get away with only losing everyone else's. This is obviously a lack of integrity on his part which further lends to the fact that they are conducting in fraudulent activities.
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What Is Litecoin & Differences Between Litecoin And Bitcoin

What is Litecoin?
Litecoin (LTC) is the second largest crypto currency only smaller than Bitcoin. Litecoin is the biggest of the so called altcoins and is similar to but with some distinct differences to Bitcoin (BTC). Litecoin was created by Charlie Lee, a former Google employee who goes by the screen name coblee, and was launched on October 7th 2011.
LTC is similar to BTC in that it uses a proof of work blockchain, difficulty adjusts every 2016 blocks, and rewards half about every 4 years.
LTC is different to BTC in that the LTC network aims to process blocks every 2.5 minutes compared to BTCs 10 minutes. This allows for faster confirmation times. LTC aims to produce 84 Million LTCs which is roughly 4 times as many coins as BTC will eventually produce. LTC uses an algorithm called Scrypt, and BTC uses SHA-256. Scrypt is roughly 1000 times slower than SHA256 which is why you see LTC mining speeds quoted in KH/s (Thousand hashes per second) vs BTCs MH/s (Million hashes per second).
LTC was originally designed so that it could be easily mined on CPUs and be resistant to mining on GPUs. With ASICs (Application Specific Integrated Circuits) having taken over the BTC mining world, a common misconception is that Scrypt is ASIC proof. Scrypt is only ASIC resistant just as it was deigned to be GPU resistant. What this all means is that eventually LTC will be able to be mined with ASICs but the increase in speed is not going to be anywhere near what it was with BTC and SHA-256. This fact means that GPU mining will not be wiped out as it was with BTC.
LTC uses addresses very similar to BTC addresses. They are a mix of 33 numbers and letters but always start with a L.
LTC is often described LTC as silver to BTCs gold. While some BTC enthusiasts dislike LTC and say it takes something away from BTC, alot of people disagree. LTC being a smaller and younger coin has the ability to change things and test new ideas. BTC has a much larger user base and larger team of developers so it can be harder to come to a consensus on changes with BTC. Litecoin devs have recently been helping develop both LTC and BTC by contributing bug fixes to the BTC-qt devs for inclusion in the Bitcoin-qt client.
LTCs native client is the Litecoin-qt application which is very similar to the Bitcoin-qt client. Litecoin-qt is available for Linux, Windows and Mac at the official Litecoin website. If you would like to see a guide on how to setup a Litecoin-qt wallet please see How To Create A Litecoin Wallet.
Alot of the same things that exist for BTC exist for LTC. Such as:
PaperWallets
Litecoin Block Explorer
Another Block Explorer
Litecoin Wiki
Litecoin Gambling
Litecoin Dice
Litecoin Mining Calculator
There are many exchanges that support trading LTC for other crypto currencies as well as USD. Some (but not all) exchanges are listed below.
BTC-e
OKCoin for China
Kraken
Bitfinex
Crypto-Trade
I do not endorse any of these exchanges. I am only listing them for information purposes only. As with anything in the crypto world please do your own research before doing any type of transaction.
Some links to the LTC community are:
LTC Forums
LTC Google+
And of course the LTC subreddit
A very popular chart website for LTC (and other coins).
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LIVE Q&A Interview w/ Coinbase Exchange -- Weds 1:30PM PDT (UTC -7)

We will be hosting the Coinbase Team responsible for building and launching the Exchange & trading operations -- this includes: Michael B, Premier Support Manager, Roman Shtylman, Lead Exchange Developer - & Charlie Lee, Engineering Manager -- the format will be a panel interview made of traders from TradingView, /bitcoinmarkets, & IRC
SoundCloud Recording (Coming Soon): https://soundcloud.com/whaleclub-bitcoin
When: Weds June 10th 1:30PM PDT (UTC -7)
Location: WCTeamSpeak: if you want to join the conversation download TeamSpeak3: http://teamspeak.com/?page=teamspeak3 enter server: ts.whaleclub.io
It will be streamed LIVE: http://vaughnlive.tv/whaleclub
Here is rough outline of the questions :
Background
Can you give your personal background and journey to the company (Roman & Michael) ?
I know Coinbase has many talented people but what do they have from a development standpoint from an exchange functionality standpoint ? Matching engine level dev and trading product dev ?
Do you see yourself as an exchange or a trading platform ?
What is the vision over at Coinbase and specifically where does the exchange fit in the business strategy of what Coinbase’s overall vision is ?
Approximately how many resources (percent-wise) are being utilized for the exchange operations and are they rapidly expanding ?
There has been no proof-of-reserves on Coinbase -- why should we trust Coinbase with the security of coins and that they aren’t running a fractional reserve system. Many of the other players have adopted this method why haven’t you?
Trading Platform
Currently you are one of the few exchanges with FIX how do you see this API feature being utilized to connect you with the legacy financial world
I see you have spent a good deal on interface including charting have you thought about trying to get on TradingView ?
UI/UX Review I don’t really care for the order depth visualization -- the standard is still bitcoinwisdom on how they do it I like time and sales and the order entry aspect On the bottom is that where there is open order and order history?
Are we going to see margin on spot or more advanced products like futures ? if yes what can we expect the margin leverage to be? will there be USD style swaps like BFX offers ? if futures what kind of leverage and how will margin calls be handled ie similar to the OKCoin socialized loss system
Trading Landscape
Currently you are going about getting an MSB in every state -- is there a rough timeline on complete of this ? and does the BitLicense in any way help you in this process ?
As far as competing in a global exchange space we still see a very defined trend of much of the BTC trading volume happening offshore -- how does Coinbase from a strategic perspective look to tackle the fact that many offshore competitors have little to no KYC/AML and draw the lionshare of the trader ?
Any opinion on the blocksize debate from a company perspective ? (Only time permitting)
Since Charlie Lee is here are there any plans to add LTC trading to the exchange ?
Please leave any specific questions you hope to have answered here
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Bitcoin Trading Pattern in China Observable on BitcoinWisdom 30 Minute Charts

The daily fluctuations in Chinese trading volume can be seen on the 30 minute BitcoinWisdom charts of BTCChina, Huobi, and OKCoin. They are very similar.
These charts are also showing a U shaped price pattern over the last 2 and half days. You can see a two phases of price drops over Monday and Tuesday China time. It looks like Tuesday was a capitulation day for bitcoin in China. Enough of those sitting on the fence dumped their holdings that a snapback rally started Wednesday morning. This rally has almost returned the price to where it was at the start of trading Monday morning in China.
These are in stark contrast to the trading volume and price fluctuations on Bitstamp, Bitfindex, BTC-e, and Kraken. The drop on these 4 western exchanges was not as dramatic and probably accounts somewhat for the snapback rally in China/
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Is OKcoin.com cheating users and manipulating market?

Can someone please explain me how is possible that lowest price on OKcoin.com for LTC reached yesterday 130RMB while I had there placed orders waiting for days to buy LTC at 133RMB and 143RMB and got 0LTC in total?
How is possible that price got lower than were my orders, while using logic my orders should be processed and if they were not processed then I would understand that lowest price of LTC would reach my highest offer because there was not sufficient amount of coins for me, but how is it possible that got even lower than my two higher orders?
Here is the chart, change it to 15mins period to see what happened yesterday. http://bitcoinwisdom.com/markets/okcoin/ltccny
Or is it just glitch and that 130RMB price was not actually processed and is wrong on BitcoinWisdom? But then it doesn't make sense if it's showing orders which are not processed since I am sure there are people with even orders.
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