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At Cryptsy the order is First In First Out influenced by the account's trading history. If the server were to receive buy orders at the same time assuming there is enough coins at the specified price to fill the orders, the server looks at each account and the one with the most trading history gets processed first, then in order to the account with the least ...


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sell to btc/ltc move to coinbase, withdraw.... coinbase can do instant confirm/same-day ach


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Bitcoin has longer confirmation times than many altcoins like Litecoin or Dogecoin, and different services make their own choices about how many confirmations to require before a deposit is made available for use. While you can see a new transaction on the network almost instantly, many services require six confirmations to prevent double-spending. With ...


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If there were a serious vulnerability at Cryptsy end affecting all users the accounts were flushed in no time, so I doubt this is an issue with Crypty itself. Otherwise there were already 1000 posts on Reddit regarding it. The malware targeting cryptocurrencies users is very, very, sophisticated due to high value of the users being targeted. Some real-life ...


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I figured this out a while ago. Couple of weeks after I got hacked I noticed an unknown process in the task manager. After googling the name of the file that was linked to that process (I don't remember the file's name) I found out it was a trojan horse. Afterwards I deleted it, changed my passwords, and checked out from time to time for unfamiliar processes....


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As I went a bit to explore your transaction it is obvious that it is going to this wallet: https://blockchain.info/address/1Ndo4EfFKi8f5jbHXEyuezgK9Mmb6f9uCV I'm pretty sure that it belongs to Cryptsy. All we can assume from those transactions is that you sent bitcoins to wallet where is a lot of trafic. So it is most likely that its some mistake in ...


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The basic idea is to find somebody else who is willing to pay money to obtain dogecoin. This is difficult to do by yourself, so there is the idea of an "exchange" where people who are interested in buying and selling can find each other. You would create an account on an exchange, send your freshly mined dogecoin to your exchange account, and then put them ...


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It is just a formatting issue. Include "0x" at the beginning.


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They don't reuse market IDs. For example, SaturnCoin (SAT) has been deleted and replaced with SAT2. That was market ID 168(search for cryptsy. It links to https://www.cryptsy.com/markets/view/168). If you want to go there, you'll be redirected to the home page. SAT2 has market ID 233. Why wouldn't they replace SAT/BCT with SAT2/BTC? Anyhow, market 248 (...


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Mintpal has a limit of 10 requests/second MintPal API v1 offers a simple REST API to retrieve information about our markets. The API responses are JSON encoded arrays. Please be aware that calls to the API are rate limited to 10 requests per second, any requests exceeding this rate will be met with a HTTP 503 response. I know Kraken has different rules. ...


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Since starting cryptsy was one website I never trusted because of delayed credit and debit of coins and second thing their response team respond ticket in very unofficial manner. All you can do is put a withdraw request and wait for 24 hours may be another 24 hours.


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According to this answer it allocates according to rule #1 - First Some First Serve.


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Generally, the ask price displayed by the exchanges is the sell order at the lowest price. Ask is another way of saying sell. So Ask order = Sell order. The same for bid orders. The bid price is the buy order at the highest price. Speaking for the result of the below API call: http://pubapi.cryptsy.com/api.php?method=orderdatav2 The order with lowest ...


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The trade engine itself does not withdraw or deposit coins. It would be terrible for the exchanges, because it slows the trading down enormously, and also the fee they collect is reduced (or the fee you pay is increased). When you want to withdraw some coins, the site checks the wallets they own who have enough balance. From one of those (Im not sure how ...


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Coins are associated with an address, but they are actually stored in transaction outputs. Transactions take one (or several) inputs (referencing previous transactions) and sign over the total amount of the inputs to one (or several) outputs. Usually, these outputs are formed in a way that they can be spend by the owner of a specific address, but other ...


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You do not own a LTC-address (or BTC, or any other altcoin) on cryptsy or any other virtual currency exchange site. You can however see your balance of all crypto currencies in the 'Balance' tab. When you scroll down, you will see the LiteCoin with your current available balance and the balance that is in possible orders. If you want to have your LTC in an ...


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There's nothing a market order can do that a limit order can't do. To place a market order, just place a limit order for the amount you want to buy at the worst price you are willing to pay.


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Double-check the address that you sent the money to. Then get in touch with the Cryptsy customer service should you find everything else in order.


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Your problem is that you only get the market data once, then keep displaying the same values. Move your call to cryptsy.getMarkets() inside your while loop, like so: public static void main (String [] args) throws CryptsyException, InterruptedException{ Cryptsy cryptsy = new Cryptsy(); cryptsy.setAuthKeys("<authkey>", "<authpass>");...


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