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1  Economy / Collectibles / [WTS] 2oz .999 Ag Coinographic 25LTC "Bull" coin + 1LTC Coin on: August 16, 2017, 09:08:25 PM
I'm looking to sell a rare 25LTC Coinographic "Bull" coin. It's a beautiful coin with fine craftsmanship showing off intricate details. All Coinographic coins are made of 2oz .999 pure silver and are hallmarked at the Birmingham Assay Office in the UK. It also comes in a fine wooden box. I am asking for 0.15BTC. Item is unfunded. I am willing to throw in the 1 LTC Coinographic coin as well

Originally 500 of these were to be made / sold but in the end very few were ever sold due to bad management by Coinographic forcing the company to go under. Eventually it came to light that Coinographic kept the private keys and funds were stolen from many sold coins. Thus no funded Coinographic coins essentially exist and if they do they should be considered compromised.

Quote from: Coinographic
This exquisite coin, crafted in 2 ounces of .999 fine silver, is presented in a luxury wooden box, complete with black velvet lining and polished plaque engraved with your Limited Edition number. In the lid of the box is an information booklet about Litecoins, the designer, the design concept and your Certificate of Authenticity.

The face of our 25LTC features a Bull. Whilst the Bull can symbolise the upward moving financial markets the animal also has many other associations, such as strength and virility. The animal has been a symbol of valour and magnanimity since pre-historic times. The broken chain and leather straps are symbolic of the established financial world's futile attempts to keep the new technology down. Eighty-four stars around the outer edge of the coin represent the 84 million units of Litecoin to be produced. The five stars on the reverse of the coin confirm that only 500 will ever be made in this design.

Gallery Link Here (Note the date in the picture below is old from a previous proof picture, I'll provide a new proof if requested.)
http://imgur.com/a/PZbWH
2  Economy / Invites & Accounts / Selling my HashFlare account on: August 16, 2017, 07:24:19 PM
Hi,

I'm selling my HashFlare account with 1.73 TH/s SHA-256 and 18MH/s Scrypt hashrate.

The transfer will be handled by the HashFlare support team (They'll send a password reset to the email address of your choice giving you control of the account).

Below you can see the revenue forecasts.



Price is 0.08 BTC at current USD/BTC exchange rate. Please contact me if you'd like to trade.
3  Economy / Collectibles / [Raffle] 2oz .999 Ag Coinographic 25LTC "Bull" coin + 1LTC Coin, 0.045 a ticket! on: February 03, 2017, 04:14:06 PM
Rules

16 spots, classic raffle. Winner takes all. Once all spots are taken I will select a block and whoever has the correct character at the end of the block will win the prize.

The prize: 2oz .999 Ag Coinographic 25LTC "Bull" coin in wooden box + 1LTC Coinographic coin in small black box

Gallery
http://imgur.com/a/PZbWH



Price per ticket: 0.045BTC.

Payment to this address: 1M9KRA6HNyuzV2WhRpLG8uBomzxAxJ6TWp

Please pay asap so we can get on with the raffle. Include Tx ID in a post in the thread when you pay

Max spots: None.

Shipping: International shipping is included in the ticket price.

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7 -
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b -
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d -
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Winning Block: ??


EDIT: For clarity's sake, these coins are unfunded (well the 1ltc might be funded not checked). All coins of this type are now unfunded.
4  Economy / Collectibles / [WTS] Rare 2oz .999 Ag Coinographic 25LTC "Bull" coin + 1LTC Coin @ 0.8 BTC on: January 07, 2017, 06:54:08 PM
I'm looking to sell a rare 25LTC Coinographic "Bull" coin. It's a beautiful coin with fine craftsmanship showing off intricate details. All Coinographic coins are made of 2oz .999 pure silver and are hallmarked at the Birmingham Assay Office in the UK. It also comes in a fine wooden box. I am asking for 0.8BTC. Item is unfunded.

Originally 500 of these were to be made / sold but in the end very few were ever sold due to bad management by Coinographic forcing the company to go under.

Quote from: Coinographic
This exquisite coin, crafted in 2 ounces of .999 fine silver, is presented in a luxury wooden box, complete with black velvet lining and polished plaque engraved with your Limited Edition number. In the lid of the box is an information booklet about Litecoins, the designer, the design concept and your Certificate of Authenticity.

The face of our 25LTC features a Bull. Whilst the Bull can symbolise the upward moving financial markets the animal also has many other associations, such as strength and virility. The animal has been a symbol of valour and magnanimity since pre-historic times. The broken chain and leather straps are symbolic of the established financial world's futile attempts to keep the new technology down. Eighty-four stars around the outer edge of the coin represent the 84 million units of Litecoin to be produced. The five stars on the reverse of the coin confirm that only 500 will ever be made in this design.

Gallery
http://imgur.com/a/PZbWH
5  Economy / Collectibles / [WTS] $100 Max Mellenbruch (Kialara) "Thug Life" bill serial 05 SOLD on: January 05, 2017, 04:49:08 PM


I'm willing to part with this fantastic item for 5.5BTC

Item is still funded with original 0.23BTC as can be seen here https://blockchain.info/address/1NHFaATGCB6U9iPkc2AaEPEUCbJxow7yyF.

Personally for sake of ease I'd prefer if the price was paid upfront prior to my sending but if buyer insists I am willing to use escrow.

I'm fully willing to provide any proof of ownership required.

EDIT: SOLD!
6  Economy / Auctions / 2oz .999 Ag Coinographic 25LTC "Bull" coin. Full original funding on: April 28, 2016, 08:03:31 PM
Hi all  Smiley

I'm looking to sell a rare fully funded 25LTC Coinographic "Bull" coin. It's a beautiful coin with fine craftsmanship showing off intricate details. All Coinographic coins are made of 2oz .999 pure silver, and are all hallmarked at the Birmingham Assay Office in the UK. It also comes in a fine wooden box.

Originally 500 of these were to be made / sold but in the end very few were ever sold due to bad management by Coinographic forcing the company to go under. Many of the coins that were sold were never funded, however this coin was funded and still holds the original funding with fully intact seal.

Coin's wallet as shown in pictures below
https://block-explorer.com/address/LeXkkJyc7y47ZWZ8Cu3Zq79Zhpyu9nXLXS

CLICK FOR GALLERY


Quote from: Coinographic
This exquisite coin, crafted in 2 ounces of .999 fine silver, is presented in a luxury wooden box, complete with black velvet lining and polished plaque engraved with your Limited Edition number. In the lid of the box is an information booklet about Litecoins, the designer, the design concept and your Certificate of Authenticity.

The face of our 25LTC features a Bull. Whilst the Bull can symbolise the upward moving financial markets the animal also has many other associations, such as strength and virility. The animal has been a symbol of valour and magnanimity since pre-historic times. The broken chain and leather straps are symbolic of the established financial world's futile attempts to keep the new technology down. Eighty-four stars around the outer edge of the coin represent the 84 million units of Litecoin to be produced. The five stars on the reverse of the coin confirm that only 500 will ever be made in this design.

Starting bid: 2BTC
Bid increments: 0.1BTC
NO SNIPING RULE: The auction will be extended 5 minutes exactly from the time of the last Bid until no further bids are placed.

Shipping between 0.1BTC & 0.15BTC

Only Bitcoin accepted
Payment address: 1Af8FD19hVweHkTggaxe931c46XS5Haj7x

Ends:
Aberdeen (United Kingdom - Scotland)    Friday, 6 May 2016, 23:30:00     BST  UTC+1 hour 
Brussels (Belgium)                               Saturday, 7 May 2016, 00:30:00 CEST UTC+2 hours
Mexico City (Mexico - Federal District)    Friday, 6 May 2016, 17:30:00     CDT  UTC-5 hours
New York (USA - New York)                  Friday, 6 May 2016, 18:30:00     EDT  UTC-4 hours
Los Angeles (USA - California)               Friday, 6 May 2016, 15:30:00     PDT  UTC-7 hours
Corresponding UTC (GMT)                     Friday, 6 May 2016, 22:30:00   
7  Economy / Collectibles / [WTS] 2oz .999 Ag Coinographic 25LTC "Bull" coin. Full original funding on: April 14, 2016, 05:43:53 PM
Hi all  Smiley

I'm looking to sell a rare fully funded 25LTC Coinographic "Bull" coin. It really is beautiful. Originally 500 of these were to be made / sold but in the end very few were ever sold due to bad management by Coinographic forcing the company to go under. Many of the coins that were sold were funded.

I have a very rare fully funded coin still with original seal intact and in as new condition.

Coin's wallet as shown in pictures below
https://block-explorer.com/address/LeXkkJyc7y47ZWZ8Cu3Zq79Zhpyu9nXLXS

PICTURES HERE
http://imgur.com/a/PZbWH

I'd like to sell the coin for 3BTC or best offer if this is not met in a reasonable amount of time (I may also auction the coin if no offer here is acceptable).

The coin will be shipped worldwide from the UK.

Shipping costs will be added to the winning bid after the auction (shipping options negotiable). Buyer agrees to not hold myself liable if the coin is lost/stolen/damaged while in transit. Insured mail is more secure than Standard priority so I would suggest that. Choose your level of risk appetite.

Only Bitcoin accepted.

Any questions feel free to ask Smiley
8  Other / Beginners & Help / Problems seeting up 2 factor auth on BTC-E (Help please!) on: November 21, 2013, 12:04:16 AM
As per the subject title I can't get 2 factor up and running on my BTC-E account.

For clarity I'm familiar with how 2 factor works and have it setup on my Bitstamp account and several other websites.

My problem is that 1) I don't have the ability to scan QR codes so I always just manually enter the private key (np usually but...), 2) the private key on BTC-E is bizarrely longer than 16 characters / they give a private key and a BASE32 private key. Both the keys they provide are longer than 16 characters and neither produce a 6 digit code when entered into my gauth app.

I've googled and read up a bit on gauth codes but can't find any mention of keys ever being longer than 16 characters. I've tried mailing BTC-E but they replied with a generic "how to setup 2 factor response".

Anyone have this issue with BTC-E? Is there a way to use the long private keys they provide? Thanks for any help!
9  Economy / Service Discussion / Problems seeting up 2 factor auth on BTC-E (Help please!) on: November 20, 2013, 11:47:02 PM
As per the subject title I can't get 2 factor up and running on my BTC-E account.

For clarity I'm familiar with how 2 factor works and have it setup on my Bitstamp account and several other websites.

My problem is that 1) I don't have the ability to scan QR codes so I always just manually enter the private key (np usually but...), 2) the private key on BTC-E is bizarrely longer than 16 characters / they give a private key and a BASE32 private key. Both the keys they provide are longer than 16 characters and neither produce a 6 digit code when entered into my gauth app.

I've googled and read up a bit on gauth codes but can't find any mention of keys ever being longer than 16 characters. I've tried mailing BTC-E but they replied with a generic "how to setup 2 factor response".

Anyone have this issue with BTC-E? Is there a way to use the long private keys they provide? Thanks for any help!
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