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1  Economy / Collectibles / WTT for 2016 TitanBTC #16 on: March 03, 2017, 03:28:21 PM
Since there's been a couple threads already on the lower numbers, I figured I'd try and see if the holder of #16 (silver and gold) would be willing to swap.  PM me if you have it and are willing to entertain the idea.

Thanks.
2  Economy / Auctions / [Auction] Ravenbit NODE Bronze - "Green" - Ends 7/30 8PM EST on: July 27, 2015, 08:57:07 PM
Up for auction to the highest bidder:

Ravenbit NODE Bronze w/GREEN colored hologram.  PLEASE NOTE - the pictures are of one of the coins I have, but may not be the EXACT coin you receive.  Each coin is in a separate airtite and will ship as such.

TERMS:

Starting bid: 0.15BTC
Bid increments: 0.01BTC
End date: July 30, 2015 @ 8PM EDT or July 30, 2015 @ 8:30PM EDT if sniping rule in effect.  Forum timestamp on post will be used, to the second
Sniping: Any bid within the last 15 minutes of the auction will extend the end of the auction by a single 30 minute extension.  Once that 30 minutes is up, the last bid with a timestamp before the end will be the winner.

SHIPPING:

Coin will ship from the USA to most worldwide destinations.  Continental US shipping is included. 
International shipping is available, fees will be paid by the winner and calculated based on location and desired turnaround.

PAYMENT:

Escrow is welcomed, at winner's expense.  I prefer OgNasty, however any long-standing escrow providers can be used at my acceptance.
If you wish to pay direct - MY ONLY RECEIVE ADDRESS: 1CZjnrnP7QkMo1ocRfPGQyvRZygEEKd964
I WILL NOT PM any payment address!!! If you receive PM from me request payment - report it!


Note on forum server downtime:

If the forum is down for the last 5 minutes of the auction, the sniping rule will go into effect, extending the auction another 30 minutes.  The auction is over at the end of that 30 minutes, whether the forum has come back up or not.  The last valid timestamp bid will be the winner.

PHOTOS:

PLEASE NOTE - the pictures are of one of the coins I have, but may not be the EXACT coin you receive.  Each coin is in a separate airtite and will ship as such.



Thank you and Happy Bidding!!!
3  Economy / Collectibles / The (Official) RAVENBIT COLORS coin trading / valuation thread on: July 03, 2015, 02:15:17 PM
Ravenbit recently released a new series - NODE BRONZE

As part of the series there were a special set of color holograms included at random with each roll.  The total breakdown is as follows:

Green:    27 coins | 5.3%
Yellow:   18 coins | 3.5%
Violet:    15 coins | 2.9%
Blue:      12 coins | 2.3%
Red:        9  coins | 1.8%
Orange:   6 coins | 1.1%

More Info
Node Bronze page on ravenbit.com
Post with higher res pics


Now that the Ravenbit Colors coins series has sold out, it's time to open it up for folks to Buy/Trade/Sell their colors.


Current Sellers' threads:
DogeDigital's FS - Ravenbit & more
Digicoinuser's Individual coins for sale (with really awesome pics)


My coins for sale/trade
I currently have the below available for sale/trade, and will update as it changes:


The below section now offers valuations on the coins.  This data is taken both from speculative thoughts by myself, as well as hard sales data from any coins which have sold.

Current rough valuations:
Grey: 0.08 BTC
Green: 0.2 BTC
Yellow: 0.3 BTC
Violet: 0.5 BTC
Blue: 0.65 BTC
Red: 0.75 BTC
Orange: 0.9 BTC
Complete set:  2.75 - 3.0 BTC  (ungraded)

Known recent sales:

Complete set - DogeDigital, 2.75BTC, ungraded on 7/15/15
Grey singles - Digicoinuser, $22.50 USD / BTC equivalent, ongoing
Auctions - IBGigglin, 0.06 BTC, 7/13/15
4  Other / Meta / Subforum request - "Physical Bitcoins / Collecting" subforum on: June 20, 2015, 06:31:39 PM
I assume Meta is the proper place for this, so here I go.

I'd like to bring up a request for a new subforum to be created surrounding physical incarnations of Bitcoins and other Altcoins.  I'm sure I'm not the first to come up with this idea, but I did do a search and didn't really see anything related to this in the cursory look I gave it. 

Right now most things related to physical coins and rounds for Bitcoin and other Alts are in the "Goods" subforum in the Marketplace.  This is fine for the threads that revolve around the sale of them.

However, I personally think there is way much more to the area of physical coins than just the sales.  There's really no good place for any discussion of the collecting of them, no centralized info on how to grade them for newbies or discussion on grades for particular coins or series, no showplace for your own pieces, etc.  There's no real good place for vendors to discuss upcoming plans or designs, except to announce a pre-order in the goods section.  There's no place to have threads to keep track of what's out there, though the threads do exist but they're hard to locate at times (yeah, I know such thing as a search button exists).  There's no real good collection of the history of physical bitcoins.

Finally, the threads of coins and rounds for sale make up a good majority of the Goods subforum, so I think there's both a good argument for being able to keep them in one place, as well as an argument that it's hard to sell things that aren't coins because those threads get bumped down so frequently.

As far as structure and where to put it, I think a main subforum should go under "Economics" I guess.  This top level should contain at least 3 sub-forums - "Vendor announcements and Discussions", "For Sale / Trade" (which could possibly be broken up into 2, one for vendors only, and one for private sales), and "Collecting Discussions".  Obviously Trust should extend into this section as the Marketplace currently has.

I realize creating and maintaining yet another subforum takes work so I'm not suggesting this on a whim, I really do believe there would be enough mass to make it worthwhile.  I'm willing to offer my time to help with anything related to this effort, including offering to be a moderator for this section.

Thank you for your time.
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