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As the title describes. I'm going to get alot of downvotes but if anyone receives even a few bitcents I guess it helped the bitcoin economy somehow Leave your crowdsource ideas, ask for a little mBTC, spread your generosity to help the bit-conomy thrive
@Reuters: When Mt. Gox claims were valued in 2014 bitcoin was worth $483, at bitcoin’s current price, its bankruptcy trustee could afford to repay three times that price: https://t.co/xhsXvPTKjo #ReutersFintech https://t.co/6ijx7V4rHq
How many of you look up the value of your Bitcoins on Mt. Gox, but don't have coins in Mt. Gox?
JUST CURIOUS... I was just having a conversation with someone who kept quoting the price of Bitcoins by using the Mt. Gox price because that's the widget he had on his phone. He was saying he bought a couple coins last week at $622 and now they are down to $390. He's was in this huge panic but his coins aren't in Mt. Gox. Right now the coins he's holding in Coinbase are down from $622 to $612. How many of you are in a panic about the price at Mt. Gox but don't have any coins there?
Bitcoin Spreads Violate a Fundamental Economic Law. " the Houbi [Mt. Gox] price isn’t a clean measure of a bitcoin’s value. Instead, it measures the value of a bitcoin plus the desperation of Houbi's [Mt. Gox’s] customers."
With Mt.Gox's bankruptcy, will the value of the remaining bitcoins go up in value as the supply decreased once demand is restored?
I had a basic economics question that smarter people will be able to answer. Now that Mt.Gox has lost or had stolen a significant portion of all bitcoins in circulation (7%) or so, and assuming the demand for bitcoins were to stay the same (it obviously hasn't), the price would have to increase, as supply has decreased. Is that correct? I am assuming this would be the case in both of the following scenarios: 1- lost access to the bitcoins (forever lost) 2- theft with the thief hoarding and not selling at the time being. This brings up a generalized question about economics. If a commodity is increasing in price because people are hoarding since the scarcity of it in the market is driving up the price, what stops this cycle? Is it just that different individuals have different price points at which they release the commodity? And so when more people start to use bitcoins as a currency instead of a commodity, will the price drop? Thanks.
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The user clarifies that Mt. Gox used to be the largest BTC exchange back then, and it was responsible for more than 70% of Bitcoin transactions at its peaks. At the time of the attack, one bitcoin was worth roughly around $400, whereas currently, it trades at above $10,000, representing an increase of more than 2400%. Mt. Gox: One of the world's leading Bitcoin exchanges, launched in July of 2010. Mt. Gox allows users to buy, sell and trade Bitcoins on its exchange while offering support for U.S. dollars, euros ... At the beginning of 2014, Mt Gox, a bitcoin exchange based in Japan, was the largest bitcoin exchange in the world, handling over 70% of all bitcoin transactions worldwide. By the end of February of that year, it was bankrupt. Anyone who was using Mt. Gox lost access to their assets, and it has been a cautionary tale for crypto investors. Then they started buying bitcoin at this artificial price using the private hot wallet keys of Mt. Gox customers, obtaining about 2,000 bitcoin. On top of that: Customers bought about 650 bitcoin, of which 0 BTC was ever returned. After this, Mt. Gox tightened security, but it wasn’t enough to protect the exchange. Mt. Gox, called "Mount Gox" or simply "Gox", was the most widely used bitcoin currency exchange market from shortly after its inception in 2010 to its insolvency late 2013. The market was closed February 25, 2014 and has since filed for bankruptcy protection in Japan and the United States, after losing 640 thousand bitcoins.
Will the $5.5 billion Mt Gox payments due crash bitcoin?
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