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Tradehill was formerly a bitcoin currency exchange. At its peak, it was the second-largest; only Mt. Gox was higher.


First mention on the site was on June 8th, 2011[1] which is also the "go live" date display on the exchange's status page[2].

On July 25, 2011 the exchange reported anomalies with Dwolla payments and stopped accepting Dwolla for deposits[3].

On August 10, 2011 the exchange resumed providing methods for SEPA transfers for deposit and withdrawal[4].

On February 13, 2012 the exchange announced it was shutting down[5].

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External Links


  1. Bitcoin Worldwide Exclusive: New Competitor to MtGox:
  2. TradeHill Updates
  3. Why We Are No Longer Accepting Dwolla
  4. TradeHill is Back on the SEPA Zone!
  5. TradeHill suspending trading and returning client funds