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1  Economy / Collectibles / Grading Magazines on: March 26, 2021, 12:23:54 AM
Who?
What?
Where?
When?
Why?
How?

Who is the gold standard in grading magazines?

Any walk-in services?
2  Economy / Collectibles / WTB 2014 Newsweek on: March 23, 2021, 08:53:18 PM
Please dm asking price and picture showing current condition of magazine. Thank you.
3  Economy / Collectibles / Scarce.City - Cryptograffiti Auction - United Nodes of Bitcoin on: March 19, 2021, 07:44:03 PM
A little over 22 hours left for the ORIGINAL United Nodes of Bitcoin - https://scarce.city/products/united-nodes

#1/21 United Nodes of Bitcoin prints auction  - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5282254.0

4  Economy / Collectibles / Bitcoin The Times 10 Year Anniversary Newspaper Like Casascius VERY RARE on: March 02, 2021, 01:47:01 AM
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Bitcoin-The-Times-10-Year-Anniversary-Newspaper-Like-Casascius-Lealana-VERY-RARE/265061594834?hash=item3db6e6f6d2:g:a9IAAOSwEiNgMbw1

Seems a tad over priced dont you think Frank?
5  Economy / Collectibles / The Bitcoin Premium on: January 17, 2021, 11:41:50 PM
This topic is coming up more and more with the recent rise in bitcoin and the rise in newbie accounts looking to sell their valued funded coins. I think this topic is always a fun and worthwhile discussion.  It should also be tracked with any verified sales to see what trends may be occurring.


I will attempt to make an easily digestible coin premium chart of Casascius/Lealana/BTCC/Titan coins & etc.


Where do you think the bitcoin premium for funded coins is going?
6  Economy / Collectibles / [1-Day Auction] 2011 New Yorker Magazine - ENDED on: November 12, 2020, 11:27:50 AM
2011 New Yorker Magazine


If you want to familiarize yourself with Bitcoin related magazines, here is a great thread... https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5148433.msg51259652#msg51259652



Auction Terms:

Bid Format: BTC

Starting Bid: 0.00 BTC

Minimum Bid Increment: 0.001 BTC

Auction End Time: Thursday, November 12th @1700 EST  

Sniping: No sniping. 10 minute standard sniping rule...https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5277761.0

Shipping: Paid for by buyer. Ships from USA. Buyer responsible for any and all customs/duties

Payment: Only in BTC, I will reach out to winner via PM after auction end. Pmt due within 24 hours.

Escrow: Available at cost of buyer

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7  Economy / Collectibles / [RAFFLE] 2 Great Collectible Magazines - 2011 + 2015 on: October 22, 2020, 08:59:52 PM
Up for raffle today are 2 great lots!! Cheesy

Grand Prize - Lot 1 - will be the SECOND block chosen (2011 New Yorker)
2nd Prize - Lot 2 - will be the FIRST block chosen (2015 NYT Money Issue)

If you want to familiarize yourself with Bitcoin related magazines, here is a great thread... https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5148433.msg51259652#msg51259652


Good Luck!

Lot 1 - 2011 New Yorker. Needs no introduction.



Lot 2 - 2015 NY Times Magazine - The Money Issue



Available Spots:

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8 -
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Useful information -

Price per spot - 0.0005

Spot limit - None, take them all if you'd like

Shipping - FREE - Anywhere in the USA or to minerjones for international reshipping.  Not responsible for VAT/customs fees.

BTC Payment to this address only - 38PCbYAs6TxztECWtJNSrnoAgVAM9JVtLb

I reserve the right to deny anyone from participating in this raffle.

How this is going to work -

Pick one of the available spots from the list above and post your pick + txID as a reply in this thread. Once all spots are taken (and paid for) I will select 2 future mined blocks and use the hash of that block as reference to determine the winning spots.
Good Luck!









8  Economy / Collectibles / [AUCTION] Bitcoin Bowl Bundle - Casascius/Shirt/Patch on: October 22, 2020, 07:27:04 PM
Up for auction is an awesome Bitcoin Bowl Bundle:

2014 Bitcoin St. Petersburg Bowl Casascius Gilt Silver - ANACS Graded - MS68 DCAM.
Brand New shirt, size medium, with tags.
Official Game Patch, unopened.

 











STARTING BID: 0.1BTC

Minimum Bid Increment: 0.001BTC

Auction End Time: Tuesday, October 27th @1700 EST  

Sniping: No sniping. 10 minute standard sniping rule...https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5277761.0

Shipping: Paid for by buyer. Ships from USA. Buyer responsible for any and all customs/duties

Payment: BTC Payment Address: 3JAospCPUTmzV94NCgZqxpVzKWp3b8thj5
*Payment due within 24 hours of auction end*

Escrow: Available at cost of buyer

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9  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Bank for International Settlements issues CBDC report on: October 12, 2020, 05:41:19 AM
https://www.bis.org/publ/othp33.pdf

Recommend reading this.

Quote: "By offering an efficient and convenient CBDC itself, a central bank may reduce the risk of alternative units of account dominating"

Alternative units? do they mean bitcoin??? Zero-sum games in action!

Thoughts?
10  Economy / Goods / [WTS] - BITCOIN ARTWORKS - 10/21 left on: October 03, 2020, 05:30:31 AM
Welcome!

For sale are 10 original artworks (out of 21 total), including 2 from The Q3 History Coldkey

Medium: High Gloss Enamel on Canvas
Size: 20x16 in.

Lot 1: The Goldkey Standard (July Coldkey) Price: 0.1BTC
Reference: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5193561.msg55280398#msg55280398




Lot 2: Apollo 21 (September Coldkey) Price: 0.1BTC
Reference: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5193561.msg55297940#msg55297940




Lot 3: Limelight SOLD




Lot 4: Neon District SOLD



Lot 5: MadHatter Price: 0.03 BTC



Lot 6: Space Jam Price: 0.03 BTC



Lot 7: Altoid Price: 0.03 BTC



Lot 8: Bitcoin Is Falling!!! Price: 0.03 BTC



Lot 9: Immersion Price: 0.03 BTC



Lot 10: Why So Sirius? SOLD




Lot 11: If I Only Had A Bitcoin Price: 0.03 BTC



Lot 12: B-Keeper SOLD




Lot 13: Red, White & Bits SOLD




Lot 14: Genesis Price: 0.03 BTC



Lot 15: Bitcoin Never Sleeps Price: 0.03 BTC



Lot 16: Uptime SOLD




Lot 17: Art Is Money SOLD




Lot 18: Gains-ville SOLD





A total of 21 "B" paintings were made. 10 are still available and listed above. All will be provided with a Verisart COA along with a Rarible NFT of the physical COA, which includes a custom wax seal!  Grin (app.rarible.com/satslife)

Verisart is used for recording the art on the bitcoin blockchain, while Rarible is used for provenance and transferability.

In addition to a Verisart COA and Rarible NFT, each painting will be accompanied with a rather old style form of 2 Factor Authentication, but with a new age twist. In the old days, and even still today, a popular form of 2FA was to rip a dollar bill in half and attach one half to the back of the canvas, while keeping the other half. While not full proof, this created 3 forms of authentication... one being the actual dollar and not a counterfeit bill, the second being the physical tear of the dollar bill, and finally the sequential numbers that will be present on each half of the bill.  

I have acquired 21 Zugerland 10mBTC Polymerbit notes That will be used in this old fashioned 2FA system. They will be torn in half with the public key attached to the canvas. I will keep the other half with the private key. This allows for physical as well as digital authentication should you ever choose to resell the art on the open market. Again, while these measures are in no way full proof, they add to the complexity should anyone attempt a forgery.  I have also added a few more hidden authentication factors to each painting that are only known by me Smiley

I want to thank everyone who contributed in selling me a Zugerland note, and especially Polymerbit for donating their last Zug note to this project without knowing exactly what it was being used for!  Cheesy

A special thanks goes to Chronicsky, who contributed Zugerland notes numbered 7,8,9 to match the months of the Q3 History Coldkey. Notes 7,8, and 9 will be attached to the corresponding Coldkey artwork for that month.

If you still have a 10mBTC Zugerland Polymerbit note... There's now only 79 in existence...You're welcome Wink

Thank you to those who have already purchased one of these works, and to everyone that has contributed to making these happen!  Cheesy

- SatsLife
11  Economy / Collectibles / HOW TO BUY OR SELL HERE... on: September 23, 2020, 06:24:08 PM
This thread is for anyone, new or old to BitcoinTalk, that is interested in buying or selling bitcoin collectibles, and the unwritten rules of how to go about doing so.

This post will be updated continuously and compiled with suggestions from members who respond to this thread.  Smiley

Please post any info that you think should be added.... Cheesy



Edit 5/12/21 PLEASE READ: As Bitcoin and crypto continue to soar, so do the number of scammers as well as the reward for them to do so. This allows scammers to put forth more effort and sophistication into taking your bitcoin. Recently there have been numerous attempts across all social media platforms messaging unsuspecting victims posing as forum members. Getting scammed can happen to the best of us (and it has) so please stay vigilante. NO FORUM MEMBERS HERE WILL MESSAGE YOU ON ANY OTHER PLATFORM, IF THEY DO THEY ARE SCAMMERS. Here is a thread on what to look for and how to avoid being scammed: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5322537.msg56521101#msg56521101




This is a work in progress.

SELLING

1. In the subject line of your post please label, in brackets, what type of sale you are conducting. [AUCTION], [SALE], [RAFFLE], [WTS], [WTT].  (WTS = Want to Sell) (WTT = Want to Trade)

2. Post a picture of the item you want to sell, along with your username and date/Block height next to the item. This helps to verify you actually have the item you want to sell. If you are new to the forum, post the picture at imgur.com and provide a link or use BBCode to post.  Don't worry if your picture does not show up in the post. Someone with a rank higher than 'newbie' will likely add it to the thread in the following posts for you.

3. Select an end time for the auction, including timezone. Adding a countdown timer is always appreciated. If the countdown timer fails to give the proper time for any reason, then the stated time will be used for the auction end time. Countdown timer can be found here...https://www.timeanddate.com/countdown/create

4. List your price or starting bid in BTC, as well as the MINIMUM bidding increment.

5. List a payment address.  

6. Is shipping included? If not, how much extra is it? What country/region of the world is your item shipping from? (this helps buyers quickly determine whether or not they would like to bid/buy)

7. Allow buyers to utilize escrow service. This especially goes for new accounts. See below for common escrow procedures.


NOTE: Considering this is a dedicated section for collectible items, hosting auctions on such items here will make everything more accessible. Posting them in Auctions board -> https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=73. is entirely optional. The OP and posts within the topic in that section cannot be modified or deleted


BUYING/BIDDING

1. Please keep posts limited to bids or questions regarding the item for sale.

2. If there are multiple lots for sale please specify which lot you are bidding on, followed by your bid.
ex: Lot 1 @ 0.02 BTC

3. To avoid confusion, please post an exact bid. Posting an increment to someone's previous post, especially without quoting that bid, can lead to unnecessary problems.


ESCROW

Ok, so you just won your first auction. Now what? Do you send pmt to the seller in the hopes that they ship your item? No. Just utilize a trusted escrow member. Here are two recommended bitcointalk escrow service threads: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2439910.0 & here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=276897.0

1. Inform the seller that you would like to use an escrow service.
2. The seller and yourself will contact the escrow and let them know you would both like to utilize escrow.
3. Escrow member sends a group pm stating the terms and payment address
4. The buyer sends winning auction bid to the escrow plus any fees
5. The seller ships item to escrow
6. Upon arrival to escrow, the funds get released to the seller and item is reshipped to buyer.

SNIPING

- Sniping rules can sometimes get confusing, especially if there are multiple lots in the same auction. (as we saw with the Gold Halving Coldkeys auction)

example: Any bid made within the last 10 minutes of the auction ending will extend the auction by another 10 minutes.

What does this mean exactly? What if there are 5 bids placed within the last 10 minutes of the auction? Does that mean there are 50 minutes added to the end of the auction?

It is much easier to follow an auction as a bidder knowing you have 10 minutes from the last bidder and the clock restarts with every bid. Feel free to copy and paste. Maybe eventually we can all just post "10 minute standard sniping rule" in our auctions and understand exactly what it means...

1. 10 minute standard sniping rule - Any bid made within the last 10 minutes of the auction, will restart a 10 minute clock for each bid thereafter. Meaning if the auction ends at 7pm and a bid is made at 6:51, the new ending time is now 7:01. If a following bid is then made at 6:55, the new ending time will be 7:05. This will continue until 10 minutes have elapsed from the last bid.

2. 15 minute standard sniping rule - Any bid made within the last 15 minutes of the auction, will restart a 15 minute clock for each bid thereafter. Meaning if the auction ends at 7pm and a bid is made at 6:46, the new ending time is now 7:01. If a following bid is then made at 6:49, the new ending time will be 7:04. This will continue until 15 minutes have elapsed from the last bid.

3. 1 hour standard sniping rule -  Any bid made within the last 1 hour of the auction, will restart a 1 hour clock for each bid thereafter. Meaning if the auction ends at 7pm and a bid is made at 6:25, the new ending time is now 7:25. If a following bid is then made at 6:42, the new ending time will be 7:42. This will continue until 1 hour has elapsed from the last bid.



AUCTION TEMPLATE

Below is a standard template that can be used for quicker auction listings. All you need to do is copy and paste the template and then input your auction/sale info.  


Just copy & paste the following:




[center]

[u][b]AUCTION TERMS[/b][/u]

[b]Item for Sale: [/b]

[b]Bid Format: [/b] [color=orange][btc][/color]

[b]Starting Bid:[/b] 0.00 [color=orange][btc][/color]

[b]Minimum Bid Increment:[/b] 0.000 [color=orange][btc][/color]

[b]Auction End Time:[/b] Monday, September 21st @2100 EST  countdown clock...https://www.timeanddate.com/countdown/create

[b]Sniping: [/b] No sniping. 10 minute standard sniping rule...https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5277761.0

[b]Shipping:[/b] Paid for by buyer. Ships from USA. Buyer responsible for any and all customs/duties

[b]Payment Address:[/b] Bitcoin address goes here, unless using escrow.  

[b]Payment Due:[/b] Within 24 hours

[b]Escrow:[/b] Available at cost of buyer

[img width=200 height=80 alt=image loading...]https://seanja.com/secret/countdown/gif.php?time=2021-01-03-20:59[/img][/center]





TOOLS

Price Trackers: Copy/paste the desired price tracker code and change the dollar amount from 2000 to your desired dollar amount you wish to peg to BTC.


price trackers set at $2000

[img]http://btc-priceimg.herokuapp.com/img/2000[/img]


[img]https://www.bit-it.eu/btc/?usd=2000.0[/img]


[img]https://youmeandbtc.com/bitcoin-converter-php.php?dir=tobtc&val=2000&cur=usd&btctype=btc&exchange=Bitstamp&dec=4&bgc=DDEEFF&txtc=111133[/img]



Countdown Clock Gif:

Enter your desired ending time here: https://getmara.com/static/email-countdown-timer.html

Entering into forum should look like this...

[img]https://timer.getmara.com/c3R5bGU9MTImZGF0ZT0yMDIxLTA4LTI0JnRpbWU9MDUlM0ExMyZ0aW1lem9uZT1BbWVyaWNhJTJGTmV3X1lvcmsmYmNrQ29sb3I9RkZCNTIxJmZvbnRDb2xvcj0wMzAyMDEmbGFiZWxDb2xvcj0wQTA3MDImZGF5TGFiZWw9ZGF5cyZob3VyTGFiZWw9aG91cnMmbWluTGFiZWw9bWluJnNlY0xhYmVsPXNlYw==.gif[/img]


12  Economy / Collectibles / [Auction] ENDED - A Universal Money on: September 14, 2020, 10:51:23 PM
I have for auction, an interesting piece of history, especially for owners with a copy of the 1988 Economist issue.

A Universal Money by Walter Bagehot - "Ultimately the world will see one Code de Commerce, and one money as the symbol of it."








For those of you who are unfamiliar with Walter Bagehot, here are some fun facts:

 - His nickname was "The Spare Chancellor" (better than being a chancellor on the brink  Cheesy)
 - He was the editor of The Economist for 17 years
 - Married Eliza Wilson, whose father, James Wilson, was the founder and owner of The Economist.
 - The Economist still has a weekly column named after him, Bagehot's Notebook. https://www.economist.com/bagehots-notebook/
 - Coined the term "Lender of Last Resort"

The 1991 Omni magazine article "The Future of Money" from this thread...https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5148433.0 mentions both, this book, as well as the now famous 1988 Economist issue. The article can be read here on page 30... http://www.housevampyr.com/training/library/books/omni/OMNI_1991_06.pdf

This is a 2nd edition book published in 1889. I believe the 1st editions were a series of articles (opposed to a traditional 1st edition book) issued in The Economist in 1869, but I have been unable to verify this.


Auction Terms:

Bid Format: BTC

Starting Bid: 0.01 BTC

Minimum Bid Increment: 0.001 BTC

Auction End Time: Monday, September 21st @2100 EST  countdown clock...https://www.timeanddate.com/countdown/generic?iso=20200921T20&p0=179&font=cursive

Sniping: No sniping. 10 minute standard sniping rule...https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5273821.0

Shipping: Paid for by buyer. Ships from USA. Buyer responsible for any and all customs/duties

Payment: Only in BTC, I will reach out to winner via PM after auction end. Pmt due within 24 hours.

Escrow: Available at cost of buyer
 
13  Other / Archival / [INFO/REFERENCE] AUCTIONS/WTS ETIQUETTE on: September 05, 2020, 11:37:24 PM
This thread is for anyone, new or old, to BitcoinTalk that is interested in buying or selling bitcoin collectibles, and the unwritten rules of how to go about doing so.

This post will be updated continuously and compiled with suggestions from members who respond to this thread.  Smiley

Please post any info that you think should be added.... Cheesy





This is a work in progress.

SELLING

1. In the subject line of your post please label, in brackets, what type of sale you are conducting. [AUCTION], [WTS], [SALE], [RAFFLE], [WTT]

2. Post a picture of the item you want to sell, along with your username and date next to the item, as well as CURRENT BLOCKHEIGHT. This helps to verify you actually have the item you want to sell. If you are new to the forum, post the picture at imgur.com and provide a link or use BBCode to post.

3. Select an end time for the auction, including timezone. Adding a countdown timer is always appreciated. If the countdown timer fails to give the proper time for any reason, then the stated time will be used for the auction end time. Countdown timer can be found here...https://www.timeanddate.com/countdown/create

4. List your price or starting bid in BTC, as well as the MINIMUM bidding increment.

5. List a payment address.  

6. Is shipping included? If not, how much extra is it? What country/region of the world is your item shipping from? (this helps buyers quickly determine whether or not they would like to bid/buy)

7. Allow buyers to utilize escrow service. This especially goes for new accounts. See below for common escrow procedures.



BUYING/BIDDING

1. Please keep posts limited to bids or questions regarding the item for sale.

2. If there are multiple lots for sale please specify which lot you are bidding on, followed by your bid.
ex: Lot 1 @ 0.02 BTC

3. To avoid confusion, please post an exact bid. Posting an increment to someone's previous post, especially without quoting that bid, can lead to unnecessary problems.


ESCROW

SNIPING

- Sniping rules can sometimes get confusing, especially if there are multiple lots in the same auction. (as we saw with the Gold Halving Coldkeys auction)

example: Any bid made within the last 10 minutes of the auction ending will extend the auction by another 10 minutes.

What does this mean exactly? What if there are 5 bids placed within the last 10 minutes of the auction? Does that mean there are 50 minutes added to the end of the auction?

It is much easier to follow an auction as a bidder knowing you have 10 minutes from the last bidder and the clock restarts with every bid. Feel free to copy and paste. Maybe eventually we can all just post "10 minute standard sniping rule" in our auctions and understand exactly what it means...

1. 10 minute standard sniping rule - Any bid made within the last 10 minutes of the auction, will restart a 10 minute clock for each bid thereafter. Meaning if the auction ends at 7pm and a bid is made at 6:51, the new ending time is now 7:01. If a following bid is then made at 6:55, the new ending time will be 7:05. This will continue until 10 minutes have elapsed from the last bid.

2. 15 minute standard sniping rule - Any bid made within the last 15 minutes of the auction, will restart a 15 minute clock for each bid thereafter. Meaning if the auction ends at 7pm and a bid is made at 6:46, the new ending time is now 7:01. If a following bid is then made at 6:49, the new ending time will be 7:04. This will continue until 15 minutes have elapsed from the last bid.

3. 1 hour standard sniping rule -  Any bid made within the last 1 hour of the auction, will restart a 1 hour clock for each bid thereafter. Meaning if the auction ends at 7pm and a bid is made at 6:25, the new ending time is now 7:25. If a following bid is then made at 6:42, the new ending time will be 7:42. This will continue until 1 hour has elapsed from the last bid.



AUCTION TEMPLATE

Below is a standard template that can be used for quicker auction listings. I removed the front bracket of each line to make it easier to copy and paste different colors and center alignment. All you need to do is add a bracket to the front of each line, and then fill in your auction info.


Add [ to the front of each line below.





center]

size=15pt]

b]

color=green] Starting bid per lot : 0.0 BTC [/color]

color=teal]Minimum bid increments : 0.000 BTC [/color]

color=red]End time : Sunday September 27th, 2020. 22h UTC+2 (Paris time) - Countdown Timer Link [/color]

color=purple]Sniping : 10 Minute Standard Sniping Rule. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5273821.0 [/color]

color=orange]Payment : Bitcoin address goes here [/color]

color=brown]Shipping : $0 worldwide with tracking [/color]

color=blue]Escrow accepted, winner pays fees. [/color][/b][/size][/center]



14  Economy / Collectibles / WTB - Zugerland Polymerbit Notes on: August 18, 2020, 08:38:51 AM
please pm if you have any to sell. Thank you.

These are the cherry notes.
15  Economy / Collectibles / [RAFFLE] Bitcoin Bowl T-shirt - Lightning pmt only on: July 28, 2020, 11:19:44 AM
Hello everyone!

Today I'd like to try something a little different. The fastest Raffle on the forum. A lightning Network Raffle.


Up For Raffle is a Bitcoin Bowl T-shirt with tags. (brand new) Size: Medium




Step 1: Send $2 dollars via Lightning Network to the address or QR code below. Or if you use SatsApp, Im $@crypto.
Step 2: Request your spot AFTER you have sent your LN payment.
Step 3: As soon as the first pmt is made, the winning block will be the 21st block since the 1st payment, regardless if all the spots are filled.
Step 4: the last digit of the hash of that 21st block will determine the winner.

If only one person pays, they still need to win the number of the block. and people may join the raffle until it is full or there is a winner.

LIMIT ONLY 1 SPOT PER PERSON

GOOD LUCK!






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Available Spots: (16 Spots available to buy)

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7 - Mitchell
8 - Anon (proxy viz)
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0 - Vizique
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SHIPPING: Included within U.S. Ships from East Coast.
16  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / We Are All Satoshi on: July 26, 2020, 11:33:58 AM
Sharing my latest Artwork with the Bitcoin Forum first, before anywhere else. I hope you enjoy it.

Title: WE ARE ALL SATOSHI

To this day, Newsweek and Leah Goodman have yet to issue a retraction regarding their article, The Face Behind Bitcoin, which they still claim is Dorian Nakamoto. 



17  Economy / Collectibles / [RAFFLE] Jackson Pollock Bitcoin on: March 04, 2020, 06:01:09 PM
https://imgur.com/a/SGUbGzE

Hi Gloss Enamel on Canvas
Dimensions: 16 in. Width x 20 in. Height

The photo above is the first of limited 21 pieces and is not for sale.

The following 20 pieces will be made to order. Specifically, tell me what colors you would like upon payment. University or favorite team colors maybe? The 21st piece will most likely only be orange and white and will be the only orange and white piece.


I have been around bitcoin for a few years but not on BitcoinTalk, so I would be happy to use an escrow service until you have received the painting. It appears that minerjones has quite the reputation and would be happy to give him some business.  

Pricing for made-to-order Pollock Bitcoin #2-20 is $500, with the 21st piece being auctioned off.  Shipping included within U.S.


Thank you in advance for your interest!

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