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Hello friends, MtGox is gone. So let's prepare ourselves. On Tuesday, and for the rest of the week, all hell will break lose in the media. It will be blamed on MtGox, it will be blamed on Bitcoin, it will be blamed on the "bug," and it will, more than anything, be blamed on the "lack of regulation." Pundits and "experts" of all types will weigh in on the calamity. It will be world news in a matter of hours. Get ready, because it will be an ugly week. For all of you who lost money, my heart goes out to you. Some people lost a little, some lost a fortune. It will make people sick, and depressed, and full of grief. Personally, I had over 550 BTC in Gox. I will never get any of that back. If misery loves company, then we'll be enjoying a grand feast today. I should have known better, of course. I take responsibility for leaving those funds with an entity that had proven incompetence repeatedly. I chose to ignore even my own warnings, for nothing more than the sake of convenience. Gox is still at fault, to be sure, but I have learned the lesson. I hope it is not such an expensive lesson for others. And for all you observers, please take a moment to consider it as well. Be mindful, however, that the wrong lessons are not learned, for that would be the true tragedy, indeed. Let me suggest that the lesson is not that Bitcoin is broken. Bitcoin is fine. Similarly, the lesson is not that security is impossible. Those who know what they are doing, can achieve it and help others to do so. The lesson is not that nobody can be trusted. There are countless good men and women in this community who are worthy of trust, and some of the very best people I've ever met. And finally, the lesson is not that we ought to seek out "regulation" to save us from the evils and incompetence of man. For the regulators are men too, and wield the very same evil and incompetence, only enshrined in an authority from which it can wreck amplified and far more insidious destruction. Let us not retreat from our rising platform only to cower back underneath the deranged machinations of Leviathan. The proper lesson, if I may suggest, is this: We are building a new financial order, and those of us building it, investing in it, and growing it, will pay the price of bringing it to the world. This is the harsh truth. We are building the channels, the bridges, and the towers of tomorrow's finance, and we put ourselves at risk in doing so. We are at risk from accidents. We are at risk from fraud, from corruption, and from evil. We are at risk from journalists seeking headlines and from politicians seeking power and glory. We are at risk from the very market we are trying to build - a market which cares not about our portfolio, our ambitions, or our delicate sympathies. For all these risks, devastation will befall us repeatedly. Some of us will be discouraged. Some will be ridiculed and insulted. Some will be tricked, or swindled. Some of us will be crushed or caged. We will be set upon by all manner of antagonists, repeatedly, for a long time. So why do we do it? Why do we build these towers that fall down upon us? Why do we toil and strain and risk our precious time, which is the only real wealth we possess? Because the world needs what we're building. It needs it desperately. If that matters to you, as it does to me, then hold to that thought. You will see through the smoke, and your wounds will heal. So shake it off, brothers, for this won't be the last calamity endured before the win. Tonight, my heart is with you all. Tomorrow, my head is down. My eyes are open. And I am building. Toward peace and freedom, -Erik Voorhees
September was an eventful month for the crypto-market, to say the least, with the month seeing a major crypto-exchange hack among a host of other developments. However, despite the quarter ending as it did, Bitcoin did witness its second-best Q3 close in history. In fact, even recent developments in the month of October like the […] Fox.exchange is an Express cryptocurrency exchange platform - convert your digital assets Fast, Safe and Anonymously 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.. A registrant on Mt. Gox had at least two sub-accounts: one for ... Tokyo-based bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox filed for bankruptcy last week, saying hackers had stolen the equivalent of $460 million from its online coffers. The news rocked the bitcoin world, and it ... Mt. Gox launched in 2010 and quickly became one of the most important Bitcoin exchanges in the world. Less than four years later, Mt. Gox declared bankruptcy and left the cryptocurrency ecosystem reeling. Creditors are still sorting things out in court, with the exchange's remaining Bitcoin worth over a billion dollars. Share this article
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🔴 Bill Gates Live Microsoft, Bitcoin Crash, Anti-Bearish Coalition, Investments Microsoft US 5,108 watching Live now Inside a Secret Chinese Bitcoin Mine - Duration: 9:17. This is a brief history of the Mt. Gox exchange. Its history, hacks and impact on Bitcoin and the crypto world. Contact me about crypto business ventures at [email protected] Items That I ... What really happened to Mt. Gox and why can't anyone find CEO Mark Karpeles? Mark Karpeles, the 32-year-old chief executive of defunct Mt. Gox, on Tuesday pleaded not guilty to charges relating to the loss of hundreds of millions of dollars worth of bitcoins and cash from ... Learn more at Coinsumm.it Nejc Kodric, Bitstamp, Bobby Lee, BTCChina, Jesse Powell, Kraken Moderated by Dan Morehead, Pantera Capital Management