Major Bitcoin Exchange Said to Be Insolvent

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A major bitcoin exchange based in Japan has gone bust after secretly racking up catastrophic losses, a potentially fatal blow for the exotic new form of money. (Feb. 25)

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  1. bitcoin should just shut down. just go away! why are people falling for the same old tricks. this is classic game of "good cop bad cop" , I assume bitcoin willo make another high, and sucker in more and more sheep, but stay away from bitcoin. Mt gox is not he only exchange, just look at btc-e and the withdrawal issues, cryptsy with the delay. I personally had bitcoin on "pending status" from crytsy for days, others months. it pisses me off when these guys claim it was the COE not the bitcoin protocol, well look at the hundreds if not thousands of tickets. forget bitcoin, you are not going to get rich at this stage, trust me the early adoptors cashed out, made out like bandits,  if you want a secure payment method , use your bank, if you want to gamble, play bingo. & remember it was funded by I-q-tel. the CIA "angle investors" the same group that funded the largest spy grid Google, facebook. 

  2. Major Bitcoin Exchange Said to Be Insolvent

    A major bitcoin exchange based in Japan has gone bust after secretly racking up catastrophic losses, a potentially fatal blow for the exotic new form of money. (Feb. 25)

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