2/25/2014 4:02pm, #101
2/26/2014 12:38am, #102
- Join Date
- Aug 2012
It's still hard to believe that Magic The Gathering Online Exchange was the largest bitcoin trading site on the internet.
3/07/2014 3:38pm, #103
3/07/2014 3:43pm, #104
3/07/2014 4:14pm, #105
Imploded exchanges...."unnatural" death of exchange founders....$500M missing from one exchange alone...market volatility...overnight birth of a cottage industry of "Exchange Robbers"...
I once lamented to a friend that Bitcoin was the least exciting thing to ever happen to the internet.
I was wrong.
3/07/2014 7:57pm, #106
hoo boy, it just gets better and better.
-- Flexcoin Shuts Doors, Citing Theft of US $600,000 Worth of Bitcoins
(March 5, 2014)
Canadian Bitcoin Bank Flexcoin has ceased operations after attackers
stole nearly US $600,000 worth of the digital currency by exploiting "a
flaw in the [front-end] code which allows transfers between Flexcoin
-- Poloniex Bitcoin Exchange Reports Theft
(March 6, 2014)
Bitcoin exchange Poloniex is reporting that attackers stole just under
US $50,000 in Bitcoins. The theft amounts to 12.3 percent of Poloniex's
bitcoins. Poloniex's owner said the thief exploited a flaw in the site's
withdrawal processing code.
3/08/2014 1:38pm, #107
Who would ever have imagined that a currency based and stored entirely on computers would be vulnerable to hacking???
Sounds safe to me!
3/08/2014 3:10pm, #108
I am still waiting for someone to hack the massive supply of Bitcoins the FBI has. Man that would be awesome.
5/22/2014 1:50pm, #109
A new challenger arrives:
5/22/2014 2:07pm, #110Of the single rapier fight between valiant men, having both skill, he that is the best wrestler, or if neither of them can wrestle, the strongest man most commonly kills the other, or leaves him at his mercy.
–George Silver, Paradoxes of Defence