Hey guys, I've been trying to locate my 10 bitcoins (purchased in 2011) and have thus far been unsuccesful. I recently located an old email that sent $100 thru Duwalla to Tradehill to purchase the bitcoin. Has anyone been successful in reaching Tradehill (or their new associates) to uncover lost bitcoin? I don't think I pulled anything into my wallet and am hoping the keys are on the old servers.... (long shot)
"At the time we owned bitcoin.com...we had an agreement that if the exchange shut down we'd return bitcoin.com...so we wen't ahead and gave that back to him...and shut it down...to put it lightly it really sucked" - Jered Kenna, Tradehill Founder [@5:15]
I purchased Bitcoin through Tradehill in June of 2011. Is there any way to recover my wallet information?
I purchased Bitcoin through Tradehill in June of 2011. I tried, and failed, to get a response from Tradehill about my wallet. Am I out of luck? What recourse do I have to get my wallet information from the now defunct Tradehill?
Is there any chance the bitcoin I bought from TradeHill still exist somewhere?
In late 2011 I was curious about bitcoin and how it worked, so I opened an account with TradeHill and bought $100 worth. I have forgotten about it until now and wonder if I still have access to the 33 bitcoins.
What do you guys think about the post on bitcoin about tradehill not working with Internet archive CU any more just days after they announced the move. Also it sounds like they are also suspending the trading of bitcoins for now. How if at all will this effect the market?
History. First mention on the site was on June 8th, 2011 which is also the "go live" date display on the exchange's status page.. On July 25, 2011 the exchange reported anomalies with Dwolla payments and stopped accepting Dwolla for deposits.. On August 10, 2011 the exchange resumed providing methods for SEPA transfers for deposit and withdrawal.. On February 13, 2012 the exchange announced it Tradehill’s founder and CEO has confirmed the bitcoin exchange platform has suspended trading due to “operational and regulatory issues” faced by its bank – the Internet Archive Federal Bitcoin experienced a rough night on Monday as TradeHill, the second-largest Bitcoin exchange, announced that it was closing its doors. In a statement, CEO Jered Kenna cited regulatory problems Tradehill's CEO has confirmed the bitcoin exchange platform has suspended trading due to issues with its bank. Tradehill. Bitcoin London Coinapult, Bitstamp, LocalBitcoins, Tradehill and Kipochi Tradehill, Inc. is the virtual currency platform for professional investors, businesses, and governments. It is the single most secure and reliable major Bitcoin exchange platform, having never been hacked or suffered significant downtime.
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