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BitFunder and WeExchange Bitcoin Scams Totalling $9 Million Affected Roughly 250 Investors - Bitcoin Exchange Guide

BitFunder and WeExchange Bitcoin Scams Totalling $9 Million Affected Roughly 250 Investors - Bitcoin Exchange Guide submitted by ulros to fbitcoin [link] [comments]

2 bitcoin seems to be lost in transfer from weexchange! Please upvote to get me some help!

I am very concered as it has been over 2 days now and one of my transactions are not being processed. I moved ~2 bitcoins from weexchange to MTgox and the transaction still has not gone through! This is very concerning for me...
GOT MY BITCOIN BACK! YES!!!
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Bitcoin Exchange for Aussies at WeExchange.

Hi Australian Bitcoin owners who are waiting to be verified by MtGoX, , just wanted to give you heads up that you can buy sell bit coins a lot more easily in Australia through
https://weexchange.co/
We only have a small community out there right now. But bank transfers take much less time for Aussies, and there's no international wire fees. It'd be great is would to get the community going!
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Speculating Bitcoin vs Speculating BTC Stocks

In my opinion I'd rather invest in stocks like asicminer within the bitcoin economy than speculate and profit off of the spread of bitcoin converting bitcoin-fiat.
Its much easier for me to move around bitcoin from bitcoin stock exchange to and from another and you can also take advantage of arbirtrage opportunities between www.havelockinvestments.com www.btct.co and www.bitfunder.com
The good thing about this is that if you move from speculating the currency to stocks within the currency you lower the volatility of bitcoin. Lately it has been relatively stable, my best guess is that it is because people are taking advantage of stocks within the bitcoin economy and profiting off of it. What do you think? I think there is more opportunity to trade stocks rather than speculate the currency.
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First things first: Let's list and rank all of the sites that allow cryptostock trading

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HEY CEO DANNY! what the fuck are you doing dude?? get neo's shit together.

from my extremely limited perspective; some areas I would say need improvement:
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How do you explain the 'permanent' nature of Bitcoin transactions without making bitcoin look bad?

Alright, this is my dilemma. I'm trying to get a few friends and family members into Bitcoin, but one thing I worry about with them is that they'll fuck up and send bitcoins to the wrong address or something. Since bitcoin transactions are non-reversible, if they fuck it up they lose their money and there's nothing anybody can do to get it back, probably ever.
I know that I can explain how it works to them, and I know I can explain the advantages of this factor of bitcoin transactions, but how do I explain it without making bitcoins look primitive and hard to manage safely? I feel like their reaction is going to be "Oh, well I think for now I'm just gonna stick with PayPal. At least with PayPal my money is safe and I can get it back if I make a mistake."
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Australian Bitcoin Exchange with International Wires

Hi Redditors, just wanted to get word to Aussies that that we have a local exchange at
https://www.weexchange.co/
I'm not affiliated with the site, but have traded bitcoins on it already. Its local, so there is no international wires. The only fee the charge is a few bucks for getting back Austalian dollars.
The community is small, so spread the word! It beats international wire to MtGox!
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weexchange.co, what in the fucking fuck?

So I withdrew all my bitcoins from my bitfunder account.. I decided securities are pointless right now. Glad that I received the bitcoins from my bitfunder account to my weexchange instantly, I really like and appreciate this feature!
After that i tried to witdhraw the funds to my bitcoin address.. it is now 48 hours after I submited the withdrawal, it is still processing! 2 fucking days.. an automated system.. How is that possible? Completely unacceptable! I submited a ticket yesterday, because that lame ticket page was the only way how to get in touch with operators /I hope/, that was yesterday.. still no reply. I am done with weexchange.co and I frankly only used them because it is the only way how to fund bitfunder.
My question is, how to get in touch with the people behind this site? Did this thing become a scam? It certainly wouldnt be the first one where a trusted member of bitcoin community bailed with funds.
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Buying BTC with AUD - Current Summary for Aussies

So it seems that a pretty common question is "How do I buy Bitcoins with X". This is a list of the ways I am aware of and my experiences with each (where applicable) for buying BTC with AUD.
I'll split the below into two Parts. Services I've used, and services I haven't. Please let me know if I've left anyone out
I've used:
I've not used (but will test soon):
Name Current (AUD/BTC) Fee Speed Method Notes
MTGox USD (in AUD) 12.08 - - - MTGox USD rate converted to AUD using Google; 0.9557 AUD per USD
MTGox AUD 12.19 0.91% + 3.95% (~4.9%) One business day [YMMV] (transferred at 04:00 Thursday, processed 13:30 Friday. Once cash deposit via AusPost comes out this will be VERY competitive (3% fee) Domestic Bank Transfer 3.95% is the deposit fee.
Bitpiggy 13.13 8.69% 7-12 hours w/ NAB (Transferred 04:00 Thursday, had coins by 11:30 Thursday); One business day w/ other banks Domestic Bank Transfer The first time I used Bitpiggy after it came back up I was called by NAB to confirm the transaction was legit.
MrBitcoins 13.16 8.94% That evening Cash Deposit Affiliated with CryptoXChange
SpendBitcoins 13.57 12.37% That evening Cash Deposit Used many times before Bitpiggy was back up. Fee includes 10% fee and Current price is an amalgamation.
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CryptoXChange 12.28 1.66% + $5+0.6% - Cash Deposit The $5+0.6% is the processing fee for a cash deposit. For amounts over $1000 this fee is 0 (temporarily)
BitInnovate 13.43 11.17% - Cash Deposit Fee includes 9.9% fee, current price is an amalgamation
Omnicoins 13.15 8.86% - Cash Deposit -
Local (All) Varies Var. - Cash - In Person Range of exchange rates. Mostly rather reasonable. Possibly some abandoned listings (either very high price or very low)
Local (Sydney) 12.76 5.63% - Cash - In Person Basically the same price as MTGox, I will be trying this method soon; there's a seller on George St, Sydney; very excited
- - - - - -
WeExchange unknown unknown - Bank Transfer Site appears to be in beta. I was unable to register. Possibly requires invitation code.
If anyone has any more info or comments I'll add them to the above.
The "Fee" above is taken to mean "how much more expensive is it to buy BTC with AUD than an optimum conversion". The Current AUD/BTC ratio was taken at about 3pm Sydney time, 21/09/2012. CXC: 5pm.
Also, where I talk about "Thursday" above, I'm talking about yesterday. I've been buying BTC with AUD for more than a year, most of that time was with SpendBitcoins. To be clear, I've never had an issue with any of these services before, I usually decide which to use based on the current rate.
Disclaimer: I am in no way affiliated with any of the above services.
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I just used Ripple and it works really well!

I just sent usd from we exchange to Bitstamp and then Bitcoins back to WeExchange and the transactions were near instantaneous! Better than anything else I have ever seen for transferring "any" currency (maybe even bitcoin as its faster). You can even send euros to someone and pay with bitcoin or usd and the network automatically does the trading for you!!
I was really skeptical of ripple before as everyone I talked to said it was a bad idea. But I used it and I no longer understand why people here bash ripple. Does it matter if XRPs were pre-mined? I know you need 100 or so to open an account but I never used mine and don't think I will ever have to. All transactions can be done without the use of XRP.
I am pretty much convinced at this point the Ripple is the single best method of payment out there.
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BitFunder shuts down permanently

Important Notice (November 4, 2013)
Please be advised that BitFunder is ceasing operations. In connection with BitFunder's shut-down, please note the following points, which supplement the points outlined in BitFunder's October 8, and October 11, 2013 notices:
As of November 14, 2013, no BitFunder user will be able to enter into any new positions or sell positions on the BitFunder website.
BitFunder users are encouraged to transfer their shares from the BitFunder site to the respective issuer(s) no later than December 1, 2013.
As of December 2, BitFunder will initiate a transfer from the BitFunder site to the respective issuer(s) of any remaining shares held by BitFunder users, and will provide the issuer(s) with the public bitcoin address associated with the user account. After transfer, each user will need to work with the issuer(s) with respect to the future treatment of the shares.
On December 2, 2013, bitcoin balances in the accounts of all users will be transferred to their WeExchange accounts.
As of the date of this notice, BitFunder is not assessing any new fees against any BitFunder user.
Notwithstanding the shut-down, the site will remain available for viewing and users will be able to request records from BitFunder until at least December 15, 2013.
BitFunder appreciates your understanding in these matters.
https://bitfunder.com/
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[ActiveMining / Virtual Mining Corp] Basic facts/summary etc

*On this thread you will find details from the most important Official ACtM news releases, statements and published facts for easy reference. *
Active Mining Corporation (ACtM) is the parent company of Virtual Mining Corp (VMC) and is made up of a team of dedicated Bitcoin mining professionals with over 30 years of combined experience.
The current company structure is as follows:
Active Mining Corporation Management Team:
Kenneth E. Slaughter, CEO/CTO
Virtual Mining Corporation Management Team:
Kenneth E. Slaughter, CEO/CTO Gerald L. Slaughter, COO/CFO Micah Slaughter, VP Manufacturing Operations Darin Carolus, VP Marketing
VMC also has 2 in-house Engineers in San Jose and a Project Manager working very closely with eASIC. ACtM company offices are in Springfield MO - VMC website http://virtualminingcorp.com/index.html
eASIC 28nm ASIC
Since IPO, ACtM/VMC has been perusing a 28nm ASIC chip with eASIC. http://www.easic.com/ In September ACtM and eASIC released a joint statement:
Santa Clara, CA and Springfield, MO – September 4, 2013 – eASIC Corporation, a leading provider of NEW ASIC devices and Virtual Mining Corporation (VMC) today announced that VMC will use eASICs 28nm Nextreme-3 devices to create a series of scalable Bitcoin mining machines capable of generating up to 24.756 TH/s.
The above chip roll-out was delayed by ACtM in September due to concerns over ROI with BTC value at only 140 USD and competitors chips at 4-500GH/s. The ACtM chip was therefore returned to the design stage and the result is a more refined and more efficient full custom 28nm device which eASIC are presently in the process of producing. Chip specs will be known shortly.
This chip will be available for: bulk sales, the ACtM mining farm, and will be sold in premium high-power machines for retail and industrial customers. This chip is expected in Q3 2014.
UMC 55nm ASIC
On the 21st January 2014 ActM surprised investors when they published this press release:
Springfield, MO and Santa Jose, CA – January 21, 2014 – Active Mining Corporation (Belize) (AMC) a bitcoin Mining and Hardware Manufacture, and People's ASIC a stealth Silicon Valley startup founded by two veteran engineers is proud to announce today the tape-out of their 55 nm UMC Bitcoin Mining ASIC. Simultaneously, AMC has acquired the Intellectual Property for the 55nm UMC Bitcoin Mining ASIC. Delivery of chips is expected in Q2/2014. Also, AMC will use the same design team and code which successfully taped out the 55 nm on AMC's eASIC's 28 nm.
This new full custom 55nm project (wholly owned by ACtM) is at a more advanced stage than the eASIC custom 28nm ASIC and has been taped out by UMC. http://www.umc.com/english/process/c.asp This chip will be utilised in scalable bitcoin mining machines capable of generating upto 10.488TH/s.
The published specs of the UMC fabbed chip include: 11mm x 11m package, 1.9 GH/s, 2.5 Watts per chip which is 1.315789474W/GH (before Intellihash is applied)
This chip will be available for: bulk sales, the ACtM mining farm, and will be sold in budget medium-power machines for retail and industrial customers. This chip is expected in Q2 2014.
*Intellihash (TM) * Intellishash (TM) is a unique in-house process designed by ACtM and its engineering team which extends or boosts the usefull hashing life of Bitcoin mining ASIC's. For commercial reasons the full details of this technology are confidential. The process can be applied to ACtM chips and will boost chip lifetime-performance as hash-difficulty rises. The percentage of increased life-time efficiency over a standard ASIC chip is not public knowledge, but the boost is expected to be significant over non-Intellishash capable chips (ie competitors chips).
ACtM mining farm
With their own mining farm ACtM expect to utilise first their 55nm based rigs which generate 10.488 TH/s and shortly after their 28nm based rigs which generate 24.576 TH/s. Electricity costs for ACtM are stated to be around 0.017 $/kWh.
Shares
Due to increased shareholder requests to implement a trading solution ASAP ACtM shares will be listed on Hong-Kong based Crytpo-Trade https://crypto-trade.com/ in the next few days. 28/1/2014.
All shares on Bitfunder were requested to be tendered to the 'AMC-TENDER' holding account before the closure of BF so that Ken could batch-process them onto a new exchange when one was ready. Any holder who carried out the tender on BF should receive an email notification soon which will lead them to log-in to an auto-created account on CryptoTrade. At this point no account needs to be manually opened.
The most recent information on this move is: 'The transfer of shares from AMC-TENDER to Crypto-Trade will be via an automated site. To verify your shares, you will need an email address that you want to register as a account on Crypto-Trade (fine if you already have an account using that email, shares will just be added to that account), the number of shares transferred to AMC-TENDER, and your AMC-TENDER transfer date and time of transfer (from your Bitfunder transfer logs, or from the screenshot you made of the transfer).'
For the many shareholders who did not carry out the BF tender (or who do not have the date and time of your tender), you will likely be requested to confirm your identity by signing from your wallet address which you registered on the Bitfunder site before you can access your CryptoTrade account. Due to the manual processing of your shares (not part of the tender batch-processing) you may gain access to your shares sometime after those who did fulfill the tender request.
Shareholder guarantee
There are a total of 10,000,000 (10 Million) publicly held shares in ACtM that represent interests in all VMC, and ACtM profits. The shareholder guarantee states that these 10M shares will receive all dividends until a total of 0.0025BTC has been paid per share. Currently less than 2% of this total has been paid out. After the 0.0025BTC has been paid to each publicly held share the CEO's holding of 15 Million shares will also begin to receive dividends so that all profits are then shared out equally between the final total of 25,000,000 shares.
Ukyo Shares
Through his Bitfunder securities exchange and WeExchange processing site Ukyo misplaced, lost or miss-invested over 6,000BTC from the community. ACtM had company funds in both Bitfunder (38BTC approx) and WeEx (70BTC approx) which represented assets raised from the IPO, funds for the purposes of paying dividends, and funds being used to transfer ACtM shares to CryptoStocks via a free transfer option for share holders. (This scheme was in it's very early days and so only a few thousand shares were exchanged to CS before Bitfunder was closed). These monies appear to have been lost and after legal notice was served on Ukyo for the return of these funds no refund was made. ACtM has therefore adopted the rights of lien under Corporation Law to seize Ukyo's ACtM share holdings. Ukyo held approx 232,000 shares in ACtM. These shares are being sold on Crypto Trade solely for the purposes of reimbursing ACtM lost funds and legal fees and costs relating to this case. Once these funds have been reimbursed the remaining shares/raised BTC will be returned to either Ukyo or a rightful third party so that the community can get back some of their lost monies. At the current listed price it is expected that only 5% of the seized shares need to be sold to reimburse ACtM leaving 95% for other parties. However should that listed price (0.01BTC) not be reached, more numbers of shares will need to be sold at a lower price.
Pre-order Refunds
With BTC savings retained from the IPO, and BTC having appreciated almost 10fold, ACtM has ample liquid assets to refund 100% of all pre-orders plus continue with full production of the 55nm and 28nm projects. Of the few pre-order customers who have requested a refund all have been repaid in full in a timely manner. Pre-orders paid for in FIAT are currently held in FIAT by the company to safeguard this company liability from a fall in BTC prices.
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WeExchange funds recovery

It appears as though Ukyo/Jon Montroll is trying to make certain discrepancies right:
Hello Everyone,
I would like to say thank you to everyone for being patient and understanding during these difficult times.
All BTC stuck on WeExchange.co has been migrated to a new claim portal. You will notice your BTC balance on the main weexchange site zero out. Withdraws via the portal will list in your weexchange.co history. As funds become available they will be dispursed proportionally on this portal for immediate withdraw. The first round has been dispersed and is ready. Please keep in mind that the amount and percentage of bitcoins being released is effected by many variables as we tried to make as much available as possible.
Login details are the same as the weexchange.co site.
Below is a link to a weexchange.co claim portal. https://weexclaims.weexchange.co/
(full text located on bitcoin talk, posted today:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=348468.msg4006582#msg4006582)
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[BitFunder WeExchange related] Is there an easy way to contact the people at BitFunder or WeExchange?

I have used my WeExchange account to fund my BitFunder account for a while now, without any problems. Yesterday I sent 15 bitcoins to my BitFunder account, which processed instantly on WeExchange and is marked as complete, and there is a transaction ID. But the bitcoins have not arrived in my BitFunder account more than 24 hours later. I have opened a ticket on WeExchange and also BitFunder, but nobody has answered yet. I went onto the IRC Chat on BitFunder, but the admin nick did not respond to me, they were probably away. Is there an easy direct way to contact these people? I want to my coins!
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FU Bitfunder

Important Notice (October 8th, 2013):
Please be advised that BitFunder is implementing the following rules and procedures:
As of October 8th, 2013, BitFunder will not accept new registrations from any United States persons or entities. All new registrants must supply the information required to obtain "Verified" status on their linked WeExchange account. BitFunder may, in its sole direction, decline to accept any new registrations.
As of October 8th, 2013, all current BitFunder users who are located in the United States or are determined to be United States persons or entities will not be able to enter into any new positions on the Bitfunder website, and, as of November 1, 2013, such users will also not be allowed to sell positions on the BitFunder website.
All current BitFunder users who are not United States persons or entities must supply the information required to obtain "Verified" status on their linked WeExchange account before November 1, 2013. Any such users who fail to provide the necessary information will not be able to enter into or sell positions on the BitFunder website as of November 1, 2013.
Users will be able to withdraw holdings and Bitcoins from their BitFunder accounts before and after November 1, 2013.
All assets and issuers must demonstrate that they meet BitFunder's requirements for the listing of assets, or the assets and issuers will, at BitFunder's sole discretion, be denied access to, or removed from, the site. Issuers will be notified of any additional information needed to demonstrate compliance with BitFunder's requirements.
BitFunder appreciates your understanding in these matters as we move forward.
Sincerely, BitFunder
Bitfunder
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USD/bitcoin exchanges listed at Bitcoin Charts

Bitcoin-24
Bitfloor
Bitstamp
BTC-e
CampBX
ICBIT
Libertybit
Mt. Gox
Ripple
The Rock
Vircurex
Weexchange
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For everyone lagging to MtGox, try We Exchange

Now that MtGox panic is causing everyone to sell like crazy, try https://www.weexchange.co/ I joined the site a couple of days ago, and it changes to commission for trades, just a small fee for withdrawing money. I found bitcoin transactions to be almost instant as well. Only downside is there's not enough people trading. Lets get some people there.
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Bitcoin Exchange for Aussies

Hi Redditors, just wanted to get word to Aussies that that we have a local exchange at
https://www.weexchange.co/
I'm not affiliated with the site, but have traded bitcoins on it already. Its local, so there is no international wires. The only fee the charge is a few bucks for getting back Austalian dollars.
The community is small, so spread the word! It beats international wire to MtGox!
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