|Estimated||39635926660 in 1280 blks|
|Network total||271649.235 Thash/s|
|Blocks/hour||5.65 / 637 s|
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Trading Bitcoins in Denmark is exempt from taxes in Denmark. "Skatterådet", the danish commission for taxes, decided that virtual currencies are not "real" money, so they will not charge taxes.
Bitcoin v0.9.0 is released now.
Bitcoincharts is now forcing SSL on every connection. Unfortunately, there aren't many trustable CAs out there. Therefore I decided to use CAcert. CAcert is a community where members verify each other's identity. That means there have been a few dozen people who have met me in person and verified my personal ID documents. I think this fits Bitcoin very well as opposed to centralized CAs.
However, there's a slight problem. CAcert's Root Certificates aren't in included in browsers yet so your computer might warn you about connecting to an untrusted site. I'd kindly like ask you to consider installing CAcert's Root Certificates: https://www.cacert.org/index.php?id=3 This will allow your browser to verify the certificate chain and avoid the warning.
If this poses too much trouble for users (i.e. traffics drops considerably) I'll consider getting a "normal" SSL certificate.
Mt.Gox issued a longer statement regarding their application for connencment of a procedure of civil rehabilitation. They also published a japanese Landline Number for inquiries: +81 3-4588-3921 (Working hours, Monday to Friday 10am to 5pm Japan time)
Mt. Gox, once the world's biggest bitcoin exchange, filed for bankruptcy protection in Japan on Friday.
As of today, Bitcoin-Central is back on Bitcoin Charts!
The link provides a very interesting description of a bug allowing altering transaction details. See also MtGox
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A new crawler has been deployed greatly reducing latency of nearly all markets.