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DeZwarteRidder
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Bitstamp Support
31st Dec., 2013
New trading feature added
Dear Bitstamp users, We added a new feature to improve your trading experience. When placing a limit order you are now able to set a consecutive buy/sell order at a price at which you wish to buy/sell after the first order is filled. Example: - You can place a buy limit order for 1 BTC at a price of $500 - Corresponding with that order you have an option to place a sell order at $510 - When or if your buy order gets filled at $500, a sell order will be placed in the orderbook at $510 This feature is available for Limit Orders only. To use it, click on (Advanced) and fill the Buy/Sell If Executed Price field.
Thank you for using Bitstamp
Bitstamp team

DeZwarteRidder
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De BTC is fors in herstel omdat Bitstamp z'n software-fouten bijna heeft gerepareerd en weer BTC gaat overmaken.

Uit eigen ervaring weet ik dat je bij Bitstamp zeer eenvoudig kunt handelen in BTC dankzij limietorders en de vaak grote koersverschillen op een dag.
DeZwarteRidder
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Breaking: Bitstamp to Resume Bitcoin Withdrawals Later Today
Kyle Torpey
14/02/2014
Bitcoin, Bitcoin Exchange, News
Posted 2 hours ago

Bitstamp Resume Bitcoin Withdrawals

Bitstamp has announced they have a fix for their DDoS problems.

Bitstamp has just released a statement about their intentions to resume Bitcoin withdrawals later today. It seems they’ve been able to implement the transaction malleability fixes created by Bitcoin developers, and they are now ready to fight back against the recent DDoS attacks. As of right now, there is no official word from MtGox on when they will be able to fix their own issues.

Could This Stop the Bitcoin Crash?

The Bitcoin price has continued to fall over the past few days, although the damage seems to be much more sever on MtGox. Many people in the Bitcoin community are beginning to think that MtGox could be insolvent, which is why there are people willing to sell their MtGox bitcoins at a discount for “real” bitcoins. It should be noted that Roger Ver, aka Bitcoin Jesus, has given MtGox a vote of confidence by publicly stating that he is looking to buy a large chunk of those discounted bitcoins from MtGox customers. It’s also possible that the recent Silk Road 2.0 “hack” could be having detrimental effects on the Bitcoin price. Overall, this has been a rather horrible week for Bitcoin, so we’ll have to see how far down the price can actually go.

MtGox Fix Coming Soon

Mark Karpeles has now also publicly claimed that they are implementing a fix for the transaction malleability issue. They will likely need to stop Bitcoin deposits as they make the required changes to their code base, and there was also a new mention of support for Litecoin in the future. We are still waiting for an official statement from MtGox, but here are Karpeles’s comments from the Bitcoin Github repo:

Just to update this thread, it seems that this discussion is mostly stale now. We (at MtGox) will implement this new hash index in our transactions database and start working with it (we will announce a maintenance as we will have to stop bitcoin deposits too during the database schema update) and will start providing this new hash when customers are withdrawing bitcoins, litecoins, or any other coin based on Bitcoin we may support in the future.

We will also provide an API that will allow our customers to use this hash to retrieve the transaction hash as seen in the blockchain once the transaction is confirmed, and will hope others (blockchain.info?) will index this value one day.

We also invite other exchanges and businesses which may need to keep track of bitcoins they send to use this same method, since dealing with multiple variations of the same thing wouldn’t be very productive.



DeZwarteRidder
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Bitcoin Will Never Be Replaced by an Altcoin
Kyle Torpey
06/02/2014
Alt-Coins, Bitcoin, Dogecoin, News, NXT, Peercoin
Posted 1 week ago

Bitcoin Altcoins

Altcoins have a huge disadvantage when it comes to price volatility. Photo via btckeychain.

Since the creation of Bitcoin, there have been hundreds of altcoins created that are supposed to be the next big cryptocurrency. The first one to gain any real success was Litecoin, and now we’ve seen the likes of Peercoin, Dogecoin, and others get their time to shine. While some of the newer variations of Bitcoin offer some interesting characteristics, it’s important to remember the power of Bitcoin’s position as the first cryptocurrency ever created. For a variety of reasons, Bitcoin is already halfway around the track as these new altcoins are just about to takeoff from the starting line.

Network Effect

The first reason that Bitcoin has a huge advantage over newer altcoins is the network effect. Since almost everyone who finds out about cryptocurrency only really knows about Bitcoin, that’s the one they’re going to buy and try to integrate into their daily lives. When new merchants decide to accept cryptocurrencies as payment, they are usually just talking about Bitcoin. Bitcoin already has the largest community, and bitcoiners want to get all of their friends and the rest of the world to join that particular community. There are many more bitcoiners out there telling people about Bitcoin than dogecoiners telling people about Dogecoin or litecoiners telling people about Litecoin.

Price Volatility

The first-mover advantage in the cryptocurrency space is unique because of the effect that it has when it comes to price stability. A stable price is one of the most important features of any form of money, and even the price of bitcoins is not stable enough for most people to handle right now. The volatility of the bitcoin has gone down over the years because it now takes a larger amount of money to push the price in one direction or the other. The reason that it will be extremely difficult for any altcoin to gain a larger share of the market than Bitcoin is the reality that Bitcoin’s much larger market cap is actually what allows it to hold onto that top spot. Litecoin is currently in second in terms of total market cap (not counting Ripple), but the value of all the litecoins in the world is 1/20th of all the bitcoins. Not only is Bitcoin more widely used than Litecoin, but the reality is that it takes 20 times the money to move the price of bitcoins than it does to move the price of litecoins (relatively speaking). It should also be pointed out that Litecoin could probably never takeover for Bitcoin when its main claim to fame is that it’s the “silver to Bitcoin’s gold“.

Taking the Good Ideas

It would definitely take an amazing new set of features to replace Bitcoin as the top cryptocurrency in the world, but it’s important to remember that Bitcoin can add new features when they prove to be popular with other altcoins. As of right now, altcoins are basically a laboratory for new features that could be implemented in Bitcoin. There are a few projects, such as Ethereum, Mastercoin, Invictus, Namecoin, NXT, and others, that are trying to do something completely different from Bitcoin, but these projects aren’t really competing with Bitcoin directly. These projects seem to be a move in the right direction because they are actually using the blockchain technology for something besides money and payments. Bitcoin has the market pretty much wrapped up as of right now when it comes to using the blockchain technology to create a currency, but there are still a countless number of other uses for decentralized consensus that will be explored in the coming years.

The Only Plausible Scenario

The only real possible scenario where an altcoin could overtake Bitcoin is if there is some serious flaw in the code that basically causes Bitcoin to stop working. The real problem with this situation is that altcoins are also based on the Bitcoin blockchain. This means the flaw would likely also exist in those altcoins. It’s also important to point out that the Bitcoin blockchain could be rolled back or forked after the bug was removed, and then everything would continue from that last good block. The fact that Bitcoin could fail is what gives some altcoins a bit of “intrinsic value“, but it’s likely that those altcoins would fail with Bitcoin is something horrific were to happen.
DeZwarteRidder
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Zo makkelijk gaat het handelen in BTC bij Bitstamp:
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Type Datum en tijd BTC-bedrag USD bedrag BTC-prijs Kosten

Verkoop 14 februari 2014 15:39 -1,00000000 BTC $660,00 $660,00 $2,78
Koop 13 februari 2014 21:25 1,00000000 BTC -$602,00 $602,00 $2,53

Verkoop 9 februari 2014 12:30 -1,00000000 BTC $750,00 $750,00 $3,30
Koop 7 februari 2014 07:45 1,00000000 BTC -$675,00 $675,00 $3,11
DeZwarteRidder
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Last price: $ 708.00
Daily change: 103.8817.19%
Day's range: $ 538.01 - $ 708.00
Today's open: $ 609.40
24h volume 72930 BTC

Market cap: $ 8,765,141,104.75
Total BTC: 12,395,725 BTC
PeterSt
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Zit die Richard Brandson nog steeds in de bitcoins? Of heeft hij z'n handen er vanaf getrokken?
DeZwarteRidder
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DeZwarteRidder schreef op 14 feb 2014 om 10:02:


Bitstamp Support
31st Dec., 2013
New trading feature added
Dear Bitstamp users, We added a new feature to improve your trading experience. When placing a limit order you are now able to set a consecutive buy/sell order at a price at which you wish to buy/sell after the first order is filled. Example: - You can place a buy limit order for 1 BTC at a price of $500 - Corresponding with that order you have an option to place a sell order at $510 - When or if your buy order gets filled at $500, a sell order will be placed in the orderbook at $510 This feature is available for Limit Orders only. To use it, click on (Advanced) and fill the Buy/Sell If Executed Price field.
Thank you for using Bitstamp Bitstamp team



Dit is ontzettend slim gevonden, dit zou met aandelenorders ook moeten kunnen.
Wellicht kan dit al ergens bij gewone brokers, maar ik dit soort order nog nooit tegengekomen.

Daghandel- en K.T.-handel wordt hierdoor ongelooflijk makkelijk.
dct
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DeZwarteRidder schreef op 15 feb 2014 om 15:14:


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Dit is ontzettend slim gevonden, dit zou met aandelenorders ook moeten kunnen.

Bij IB kan dit in ieder geval gewoon. Heb het ook wel gebruikt.
Nie Weling
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Beste all,

Ik zou graag willen weten van jullie hoe te denken over Clevercoin
www.clevercoin.net/nl

En ik zou graag willen weten hoe te handelen in bitcoin`s
Wie helpt mij hier stap voor stap mee. (Omdat ik er moeite mee hebt een beetje digibeet door ouderdom :))

Thanks Nie
DeZwarteRidder
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South Africa’s Standard Bank Running Bitcoin Pilot Internally With Switchless’ Integration
Eric Calouro | February 11, 2014 | 0 Comments

Switchless Logo

Switchless is a start-up firm that is hoping to allow traditional financial institutions to bring bitcoin to their existing customers, and at FinovateEurope 2014, the company showed off a pilot of their product being run internally at Standard Bank of South Africa.

Switchless’ pitch: “Our proprietary modular enterprise software allows for partial or full integration into existing financial infrastructures, giving financial institutions maximum flexibility for the unique and complex requirements they face.”

The company’s software currently offers the following modules:

Brokerage: Buy and sell bitcoin using traditional fiat currency. According to Switchless, their broker system “searches for the best pricing globally and offers instant and reliable execution”
Storage: Secure cold storage of bitcoin
Merchant: Merchant services that will allow customers to accept bitcoin for goods and services “at competitive rates”
Controller: “Manages the account level end-user environment. It controls interactions with existing banking infrastructure such as online banking and KYC verification, the Broker, Vault and any other Switchless or external modules”

While images show a screenshot of ‘Standard Bank | Bitcoin’ logo, it’s a possibility Standard Bank will move this program beyond an internal test, but nothing has been announced nor confirmed.. You can view some images of the integration here at the Finovate page.

Tags: southafrica, standardbank, switchless
DeZwarteRidder
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Nie Weling schreef op 16 feb 2014 om 17:36:


Beste all,

Ik zou graag willen weten van jullie hoe te denken over Clevercoin
www.clevercoin.net/nl

En ik zou graag willen weten hoe te handelen in bitcoin`s
Wie helpt mij hier stap voor stap mee. (Omdat ik er moeite mee hebt een beetje digibeet door ouderdom :)) Thanks Nie


Clevercoin lijkt me splinternieuw en ik hoop van harte dat het een succes wordt.

Alle info vind je op Wiki en b.v. op Bitstamp.
In dit draadje vind je ook talloze links en info.

Volgens mij is Bitstamp de beste plek op te beginnen, maar LocalBitcoins kan natuurlijk ook, alleen zijn de prijzen daar nogal hoog, resp. laag.

gratis wallet: multibit.org/

+ gratis BTC (om te testen): freebitco.in/?r=86327
DeZwarteRidder
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Bedrijf ontwikkelt volledig werkende bitcoin-transactieomgeving voor grote bank

Switchless, een bedrijf dat gespecialiseerd is in bitcoin-integraties voor financiële instellingen, claimt een volledig werkende bitcoin-transactieomgeving te hebben ontwikkeld. Dit is gebeurd in opdracht van een grote internationale bank. Volgens switchless wordt het systeem op dit moment intern getest.

Dit nieuws is groot nieuws te noemen omdat banken op dit moment weinig interesse hebben getoond in bitcoin. Het bitcoin systeem ondermijnt natuurlijk het gehele traditionele bankwezen.

Nie Weling
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DeZwarteRidder schreef op 16 feb 2014 om 18:18:


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Clevercoin lijkt me splinternieuw en ik hoop van harte dat het een succes wordt.

Alle info vind je op Wiki en b.v. op Bitstamp.
In dit draadje vind je ook talloze links en info.

Volgens mij is Bitstamp de beste plek op te beginnen, maar LocalBitcoins kan natuurlijk ook, alleen zijn de prijzen daar nogal hoog, resp. laag.

gratis wallet: multibit.org/

+ gratis BTC (om te testen): freebitco.in/?r=86327


Dank voor je terugkoppeling Ridder,

Ik heb al een wallet aangemaakt via multibit, maar ik heb nog moeite om hierin te werken. Digibeet weet je. Maar als ik de werking snap is het peace of cake.

Clevercoin is splinternieuw en oer Hollands, blijkbaar en ik hoop met mijn info over clevercoin meer mensen op iex bekendheid te geven.
Hopelijk meer info omtrent deze en dat deze ook een groot succes wordt.

Maarrrrrrrrrrr..... Wie kan mij stap voor stap helpen met de wandel en handel betreffende koop en verkoop bitcoins?

Thank`s

Nie

DeZwarteRidder
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Nie Weling schreef op 16 feb 2014 om 19:42:

[...]

Dank voor je terugkoppeling Ridder,

Maarrrrrrrrrrr..... Wie kan mij stap voor stap helpen met de wandel en handel betreffende koop en verkoop bitcoins? Thank`s Nie


De enige goede manier om ervaring op te doen is om zelf een paar kleine transacties te doen.

De huidige koersdip lijkt mij een mooi moment om b.v. een halve BTC te kopen
en daarna wat over te boeken naar je Multibit-wallet en wat te bestellen bij Thuisbezorgd.nl.
Nie Weling
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DeZwarteRidder schreef op 16 feb 2014 om 19:50:


[...]

De enige goede manier om ervaring op te doen is om zelf een paar kleine transacties te doen.

De huidige koersdip lijkt mij een mooi moment om b.v. een halve BTC te kopen
en daarna wat over te boeken naar je Multibit-wallet en wat te bestellen bij Thuisbezorgd.nl.


Thanks Ridder,

Maar bij welke broker of site kan ik het beste kopen?

Nie Weling
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Nie Weling schreef op 16 feb 2014 om 19:56:


[...]

Thanks Ridder,

Maar bij welke broker of site kan ik het beste kopen?




Hallo Ridder,

Ik heb onderstaande site voor de huidige koers info betreffende bitcoins
bitcoinwisdom.com/markets/btce/btcusd
en een wallet aangemaakt volgens onderstaande video
www.youtube.com/watch?v=VIYrm5eFRvE

Maar wat moet ik verder?

Groet

Nie
pg weinheber
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Dan moet je nog bitcoins kopen of krijgen, dan kan je ze naar je wallet laten sturen (je wallet heeft een adres dat je daarvoor moet gebruiken).

Ik heb bij Kraken.com een rekening geopend en euro's naar overgemaakt om er bitcoins mee te kopen (kan je ook Ripples enzo kopen). Werkt eenvoudig, kost wel een paar dagen, maar dat is tegenwoordig ook zo als je het op een andere manier doet. En je kan ze ook daar op je rekening laten staan.

Je kunt ook bijvoorbeeld bij Bitonic kopen via iDeal en dan naar je wallet laten sturen. Kopen duurt daar volgens mij net zo lang, ivm klantverificatie.

gr
PG
DeZwarteRidder
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Nie Weling schreef op 16 feb 2014 om 19:56:

[...]
Thanks Ridder,

Maar bij welke broker of site kan ik het beste kopen?


Volgens mijn beperkte kennis, is Kraken heel veilig en ingewikkeld en is Bitstamp verreweg de grootste en de makkelijkste.

Het openen van een rekening is volgens mij bij beide hetzelfde en dus volgens de anti-witwaswetgeving.

Ik ben zelf begonnen bij LocalBitcoins, je kunt daar zelfs met cash kopen, alhoewel ik daar geen ervaring mee heb.
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