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*UNFORTUNATELY THIS IS ALL OUTDATED NOW, SORRY* BTC Trading Corp. - https://btct.co Pros: good notifications in email, good analysis of your positions Cons: always in development, weird UI when new features are added, 24 hour withdrawal limits, but you can request larger amounts but it is delayed a few hours as the admin has to move the bitcoins from cold ...


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If you're looking to "invest" in Bitcoin, there are a few places you can do it. Buy bitcoins themselves. Arguably the easiest option Buy hashing power and/or hardware. This can make you money in the meantime and has a very small chance of selling for more than you bought it, depending on hardware Invest in the companies building hashing power(ASICs)


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The verification you are referring to applies to the installer file you downloaded. The verification instructions for Windows can be found here. The instructions for other operating systems are on the same page. Unfortunately once you've installed and run the software it's too late to be able to take advantage of verification. If the software was ...


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According to the description in http://mpex.co/?mpsic=S.MPOE, S.MPOE are shares in MPEx traded on MPEx itself. S.MPOE-PT are a passthrough to those shares traded on btct.co. You have linked to a forum thread discussing MPOE ETF, which is unrelated - it was a passthrough, traded on GLBSE, to a previous incarnation of MPEx shares, which apparently were ...


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OUTDATED TOO! The most popular at this time is indeed btct.co. There are the ones I know of existing. BTC Trading Corp. - https://btct.co BitFunder - https://bitfunder.com Havelock Investments - https://havelockinvestments.com MPEx - http://mpex.co


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