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1  Economy / Collectibles / Re: Value of peeled Casascius V2 coins? on: March 08, 2021, 02:09:49 PM
Hi,
I've accepted an offer for all 4 already but if it doesn't go through I might have an auction.
Would you be willing to disclose the final price?

Can't disclose as payment not made yet but it's a damn good price.
2  Economy / Collectibles / 2011 s2 Casascius valuation? on: March 08, 2021, 01:11:54 PM

I have a 2011 s2 Casascius and curious to find out how rare and approximate value would be.

If I do decide to sell it will likely be handed over personally, am based in the U.K
3  Economy / Collectibles / Re: Value of peeled Casascius V2 coins? on: March 08, 2021, 12:35:00 PM
do you wanna sell? how much are you looking to fetch for one of them?

Hi,
I've accepted an offer for all 4 already but if it doesn't go through I might have an auction.

4  Economy / Collectibles / Re: Value of peeled Casascius V2 coins? on: March 06, 2021, 05:35:08 PM
I have 4 peeled V2 Casascius brass 1BTC.
They're all in various states of condition, curious what the average price might be for these, should I auction/sell as a job-lot and is eBay a good option?
Thank you

Peeled Casascius coins tend to vary in value quite a bit. Not only for what type of Casascius coin it is, but often depending on the current  “market temperature”.  Rising bitcoin prices, new collectors entering the market during bull runs etc tend to cause an upswing in value.  Their value also depends on if you still have a hologram with/on the coin and how good of shape it is in ( as well as how good of shape the coin is in, of course).  For example, these coins you have tend to sell anywhere from $40-200 without a hologram and with it you tend to see $150 and up. So like many collectibles the market is always changing.

As to where to sell it? I think you will get a fairly similar return selling it here or ebay.  No selling fees here however.

Thanks so much for the detailed breakdown, great help  Wink
5  Economy / Collectibles / Value of peeled Casascius S2 coins? on: March 06, 2021, 04:37:26 PM
I have 4 peeled S2 Casascius brass 1BTC.
They're all in various states of condition, curious what the average price might be for these, should I auction/sell as a job-lot and is eBay a good option?
Thank you
6  Economy / Services / Re: Hiring & looking for a Front end Developer/Partner. (NFT, Cryptocollectibles) on: March 06, 2021, 04:02:15 PM

Am talking to a couple of devs ATM.

Please apply if you're interested...
7  Economy / Services / Hiring & looking for a Front end Developer/Partner. (NFT, Cryptocollectibles) on: March 02, 2021, 11:30:41 AM
Love to code and into NFTs?



Loopbomb is now looking for a Front end Developer and Partner to work on our next Version.

Loopbomb is a decentralised generative art application that enables users to create unique artworks, save them in decentralised storage and mint them as NFTs (cryptocollectibles).

Offering an upfront sweetener and % shares.
Details here > https://docs.google.com/document/d/1_aP60aDitzL9B7CCF3F2FtPvnWt26mGdz68RmfYI-Uk/edit?usp=sharing

Try the dapp here> https://loopbomb.com
Our Opensea Gallery > https://opensea.io/assets/loopbomb

General questions on this thread or PM me.




8  Economy / Goods / Re: "One Whole Bitcoin!" T-Shirt on: March 02, 2021, 11:07:39 AM

Bumpah!
9  Economy / Goods / "One Whole Bitcoin!" T-Shirt on: February 19, 2021, 06:34:55 PM
My top-selling T-shirt design
HERE
> https://redbubble.com/i/t-shirt/One-Whole-Bitcoin-by-lucidhouse/25331839.JZXP1





10  Bitcoin / Wallet software / Re: Safest wallet and method to sweep a paper wallet on: February 19, 2021, 06:06:02 PM
I was considering Electrum, only downside is that when creating a wallet, seed creation is exposed
Online:
Install Electrum on your PC.
Import your address to create a watch-only wallet.
Preview the transaction, Copy the unsigned transaction. Put it on a USB stick.

Offline and running without hard drive storage:
Get a Linux LIVE DVD. Use Knoppix for instance, or any other distribution that comes with Electrum pre-installed.
Unplug your internet cable. Close the curtains. Reboot your computer and start up from that DVD. Don't enter any wireless connection password. Keep it offline.
Start Electrum. Import your private key.
Copy your unsigned transaction from the USB stick, load it into Electrum.
CHECK the transaction in Electrum. Check the fees, check the amount, check all destination addresses (character by character.
If all is okay, sign the transaction. Copy it back to your USB stick.
Turn off the computer. That wipes the Live LINUX from memory and all traces are gone.

Online:
Use your normal online Electrum to (check again and) broadcast the transaction.

Bonus:
After moving all your Bitcoin, and once the transaction confirmed, check if you own Forkcoins.

Thank you very much, this is super thorough. Like the part about the curtains.  Grin



Thank you,
Yes, I was considering Electrum, only downside is that when creating a wallet, seed creation is exposed to screen loggers & no machine is 100% secure.

It's true, if you can't secure your device, seeds, and private keys then no machine is secure. Even on Electrum, there was a hack attempt a few months back. If you are wondering to handle a big amount then it's strongly advisable to move into a hardware wallet. You can use Electrum with 2FA but you need to spend a few extra fees. I wouldn't recommend paper wallets for various reasons especially change address issues. Keep in mind, you have to secure your device and wallet credentials to secure your funds.

Cheers !!!



Thank you,
Yes, I was considering Electrum, only downside is that when creating a wallet, seed creation is exposed to screen loggers & no machine is 100% secure.

If you're trying to sweep a significant amount of money, you can simply run a LiveCD (Linux) and install Electrum on it or, maybe just buy a hardware wallet, it's much safer.
ThanX

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11  Bitcoin / Wallet software / Re: Safest wallet and method to sweep a paper wallet on: February 19, 2021, 05:12:41 PM
Thank you,
Yes, I was considering Electrum, only downside is that when creating a wallet, seed creation is exposed to screen loggers & no machine is 100% secure.
12  Bitcoin / Wallet software / Safest wallet and method to sweep a paper wallet on: February 19, 2021, 04:51:20 PM
Hi all would really appreciate some help in regards to the most secure, tried and tested method to sweep a paper wallet.
Thank you kindly.
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Re: [AUCTION] Bitcoin Black Swan - 1/1 - Digital Collectible on: November 28, 2020, 09:31:50 AM
 Cool Bump
14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / [AUCTION] Bitcoin Black Swan - 1/1 - Digital Collectible on: November 27, 2020, 01:41:57 PM
This is the first & the original, iconic Bitcoin Black Swan!

A truly historic piece of crypto art created Nov 2013


The Black Swan theory is a metaphor describing surprising events that have major
effects & are often rationalized with the benefit of hindsight.

There are positive & negative Black Swans; the goal is to identify & operate in areas of positive Black Swans.
Nassim Nicholas Taleb




Sold all 50/50 prints back in the day, mostly on Bitcointalk

Have recently minted the original artwork on KnownOrigin.io as a 1/1  digital
collectable (NFT) which also includes the last remaining, signed (artist proof) print.



Buy now or make an offer

.

Any questions, please post or DM
Thank you

15  Bitcoin / Project Development / Looking for HTML5 front end developer for bitcoin blockchain generative art app. on: May 20, 2019, 07:10:07 PM
Brighton U.K based project looking for a creative HTML5 front end developer. An on chain digitalcollectable generative art app using the bitcoin  blockchain & lightningnetwork; this is web 3.0 decentralised application with on-chain settlement and automatic royalty allocation.

We are offering a unique opportunity to a highly motivated developer to upskill in blockchain technology and work within a highly experienced team playing a role in shaping the decentralised internet.

The successful candidate will have excellent UI/UX skills, the ability to work flexibly and in depth knowledge of html5 canvas, vue, webpack, npm and node js technologies.

Partnership/percentage based start-up.

Reply or PM ... for further information.
16  Economy / Goods / Dr Evil meme Bitcoin T-shirt! on: January 31, 2019, 01:37:58 PM

Dr Evil holds the world to ransom again!



T-shirts & Hoodies > https://www.redbubble.com/people/lucidhouse/works/25331839-one-whole-bitcoin?p=classic-tee

I'm the original designer of this artwork and the hi resolution vector prints are only available in my Redbubble store.
If you find one anywhere else its going to be a poor low resolution copy.
Would like to sell for bitcoin, but as I'm not able to print a large run of these, have to settle for third party printing service.


17  Economy / Collectibles / Re: Ways of Proving Casascius coin authenticity. on: January 30, 2019, 07:11:08 PM

As an early Casascius buyer/holder I viewed these coins as nice memorabilia items and didn’t think of getting Chain of custody for future authentication.
Obviously with the high value these coins have now it's becoming something both seller and buyer want assurance on.
So if a seller doesn’t have chain of custody would the next best solution be to have the coins in question checked by trusted experts? Eg: Hologram, coin pressing, ink used etc.

Suggestions for other methods to authenticate?


Post some photos here with the public key blurred if need be. We can take a look at the coin and hologram and let you know.

Also read this thread. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3257048.0

Thanks for offer. Thing is that I'm confident that they are original as got them directly from Mike . It is more to prove authenticity to a buyer and give them confidence when a deal is being done.
18  Economy / Collectibles / Ways of Proving Casascius coin authenticity. on: January 30, 2019, 06:13:43 PM

As an early Casascius buyer/holder I viewed these coins as nice memorabilia items and didn’t think of getting Chain of custody for future authentication.
Obviously with the high value these coins have now it's becoming something both seller and buyer want assurance on.
So if a seller doesn’t have chain of custody would the next best solution be to have the coins in question checked by trusted experts? Eg: Hologram, coin pressing, ink used etc.

Suggestions for other methods to authenticate?
19  Economy / Collectibles / Re: [WTS] Bitcoin Black Swan - limited edition prints on: September 11, 2017, 12:32:55 PM
And another apperance on Liberty blitzkrieg "The 1% Has Started to Embrace Bitcoin – Why It Matters"
https://libertyblitzkrieg.com/2017/09/07/the-1-has-started-to-embrace-bitcoin-why-it-matters/
20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Myriad Meme Blast! Meme Making Contest. on: August 29, 2017, 02:40:00 PM

Nice one, cheers  Cheesy
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