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September 21, 2015, 10:40:16 AM
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Hello All,

Letting go of this one and only MS69 Digitally Errored 2014 Cryptoimperator 10000 doges coin.

Funded twice by creator, total 20000 doges.

Currently asking for 2.5btc (there are no any others HIGHER, LOWER OR EQUAL to ms69 since this is the only digitally errored one)   Smiley





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September 21, 2015, 06:55:01 PM
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What did this coin cost you... around $10? 

Is this even the limited numbered coin, worth slightly more?

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September 21, 2015, 07:36:33 PM
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What did this coin cost you... around $10? 

Is this even the limited numbered coin, worth slightly more?
Is it the only error coin?  If so, then I guess I could understand why the price is so high  Shocked

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September 21, 2015, 07:52:49 PM
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I'm a collector, but having a coin funded twice does nothing for me personally.  I don't consider it an error coin, nor put any premium other than another 10k doges.

If I had a coin funded twice, I wouldn't care.

If someone wants to waste 2.5B on a $10 coin, more power to them.

Assuming it matters to some, how does one prove no other coins have been funded twice?  Has the OP verified that with CI?

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September 21, 2015, 09:51:09 PM
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I'm a collector, but having a coin funded twice does nothing for me personally.  I don't consider it an error coin, nor put any premium other than another 10k doges.

If I had a coin funded twice, I wouldn't care.

If someone wants to waste 2.5B on a $10 coin, more power to them.

Assuming it matters to some, how does one prove no other coins have been funded twice?  Has the OP verified that with CI?

I agree with Bithalo... I had this with an over funded lealana - I was able to sell it over funded (face value of 0.2, but should have been 0.1) for just around 0.24 BTC, so I agree, this is not an "error" coin, it's just over funded, so don't expect some outrageous price, even if graded.

Take the face value + what it costs for the grading, add more for whatever you feel an MS69 of this is worth, and there is your "value/price"... Of course, that is just my opinion.  Tongue

Thanks for clarifying, I was also wondering what the error was! Wink

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September 21, 2015, 11:17:38 PM
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What did this coin cost you... around $10? 

Is this even the limited numbered coin, worth slightly more?
Is it the only error coin?  If so, then I guess I could understand why the price is so high  Shocked

yup, this is the only digitally error dogecoin i know of. But we need CI's confirmation.

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September 21, 2015, 11:19:35 PM
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I'm a collector, but having a coin funded twice does nothing for me personally.  I don't consider it an error coin, nor put any premium other than another 10k doges.

If I had a coin funded twice, I wouldn't care.

If someone wants to waste 2.5B on a $10 coin, more power to them.

Assuming it matters to some, how does one prove no other coins have been funded twice?  Has the OP verified that with CI?

I agree with Bithalo... I had this with an over funded lealana - I was able to sell it over funded (face value of 0.2, but should have been 0.1) for just around 0.24 BTC, so I agree, this is not an "error" coin, it's just over funded, so don't expect some outrageous price, even if graded.

Take the face value + what it costs for the grading, add more for whatever you feel an MS69 of this is worth, and there is your "value/price"... Of course, that is just my opinion.  Tongue

Thanks for clarifying, I was also wondering what the error was! Wink

Curious to know, is this lealana overly funded by smoothie?

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September 21, 2015, 11:27:04 PM
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I'm a collector, but having a coin funded twice does nothing for me personally.  I don't consider it an error coin, nor put any premium other than another 10k doges.

If I had a coin funded twice, I wouldn't care.

If someone wants to waste 2.5B on a $10 coin, more power to them.

Assuming it matters to some, how does one prove no other coins have been funded twice?  Has the OP verified that with CI?

Have to admit that digitally errored coins are more easily to come by,

what about only one digitally errored out of a whole first series coin?

Theoretically, i think, physically or digitally errored coins are still error coin,  people are used to and have only heard of physical error coin just like many have not heard of digital currencies like bitcoin.

Do mistakes made by the creator during manufacturing not considered an error?

What happens in an exact scenario but a casascius coin instead?

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September 21, 2015, 11:37:21 PM
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I'm a collector, but having a coin funded twice does nothing for me personally.  I don't consider it an error coin, nor put any premium other than another 10k doges.

If I had a coin funded twice, I wouldn't care.

If someone wants to waste 2.5B on a $10 coin, more power to them.

Assuming it matters to some, how does one prove no other coins have been funded twice?  Has the OP verified that with CI?

Have to admit that digitally errored coins are more easily to come by,

what about only one digitally errored out of a whole first series coin?

Theoretically, i think, physically or digitally errored coins are still error coin,  people are used to and have only heard of physical error coin just like many have not heard of digital currencies like bitcoin.

Do mistakes made by the creator during manufacturing not considered an error?

Also seems pricey to me.

I'd say physical mistakes like spelling or manufacturing are more commonly associated with error coins, not double funding.

On bittrex you can currently buy 10,000 doge for 0.005BTC ($1.15).

But it's your coin so you set the asking price Smiley.

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September 21, 2015, 11:47:18 PM
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I'm a collector, but having a coin funded twice does nothing for me personally.  I don't consider it an error coin, nor put any premium other than another 10k doges.

If I had a coin funded twice, I wouldn't care.

If someone wants to waste 2.5B on a $10 coin, more power to them.

Assuming it matters to some, how does one prove no other coins have been funded twice?  Has the OP verified that with CI?

Have to admit that digitally errored coins are more easily to come by,

what about only one digitally errored out of a whole first series coin?

Theoretically, i think, physically or digitally errored coins are still error coin,  people are used to and have only heard of physical error coin just like many have not heard of digital currencies like bitcoin.

Do mistakes made by the creator during manufacturing not considered an error?

Also seems pricey to me.

I'd say physical mistakes like spelling or manufacturing are more commonly associated with error coins, not double funding.

On bittrex you can currently buy 10,000 doge for 0.005BTC ($1.15).

But it's your coin so you set the asking price Smiley.

Price is negotiable.  Smiley

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September 21, 2015, 11:55:39 PM
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I'm a collector, but having a coin funded twice does nothing for me personally.  I don't consider it an error coin, nor put any premium other than another 10k doges.

If I had a coin funded twice, I wouldn't care.

If someone wants to waste 2.5B on a $10 coin, more power to them.

Assuming it matters to some, how does one prove no other coins have been funded twice?  Has the OP verified that with CI?

I agree with Bithalo... I had this with an over funded lealana - I was able to sell it over funded (face value of 0.2, but should have been 0.1) for just around 0.24 BTC, so I agree, this is not an "error" coin, it's just over funded, so don't expect some outrageous price, even if graded.

Take the face value + what it costs for the grading, add more for whatever you feel an MS69 of this is worth, and there is your "value/price"... Of course, that is just my opinion.  Tongue

Thanks for clarifying, I was also wondering what the error was! Wink

Curious to know, is this lealana overly funded by smoothie?

Nope, it had nothing to do with smoothie at all, it was a buyer-funded holo marked, so that certainly didn't help the sale price, forgot about that, sorry!  Tongue

edit - I do think your coin looks very nice in the pic though, love seeing all the different graded and ungraded coins around here! Smiley

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Anyone can add any amount to a coin, so in my opinion the fact that it is over-funded is not worth much, even if the manufacturer did it. If anything, over-funding a coin might lower its value because it may no longer be considered pristine.

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Only one exists..

Once gone it's really gone forever!

All offers considered..

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I'll offer 0.125 BTC with shipping to the UK.



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I'll offer 0.125 BTC with shipping to the UK.

Much higher..

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October 13, 2015, 12:17:04 PM
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I'm a collector, but having a coin funded twice does nothing for me personally.  I don't consider it an error coin, nor put any premium other than another 10k doges.
If I had a coin funded twice, I wouldn't care.
If someone wants to waste 2.5B on a $10 coin, more power to them.
Assuming it matters to some, how does one prove no other coins have been funded twice?  Has the OP verified that with CI?

Have to admit that digitally errored coins are more easily to come by,
what about only one digitally errored out of a whole first series coin?
Theoretically, i think, physically or digitally errored coins are still error coin,  people are used to and have only heard of physical error coin just like many have not heard of digital currencies like bitcoin.
Do mistakes made by the creator during manufacturing not considered an error?
What happens in an exact scenario but a casascius coin instead?

Small thread hijack:
What about makers like Coinographic, where many of the coins ended up not being funded at all. Would this make a loaded coin more valuable? (not including the loaded LTC)
Or maybe something like this coin that WMC is offering??  A Coinographic 1LTC that has 2LTC that was loaded by the maker.

Just my 2 satoshi.

Thanks Smiley


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October 13, 2015, 12:42:52 PM
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This might be worth resubmitting to ANACS and paying the $12 research fee to try to add 'digital error' to the description. I have some Microsoul zombie coins coming in that I plan to submit this way. Do you have any documentation that can be submitted along with the coin? Maybe a notarized letter from Crypto Imperator or ask them to post a list of known digital error addresses on their website (like what Gravitate did).

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This might be worth resubmitting to ANACS and paying the $12 research fee to try to add 'digital error' to the description. I have some Microsoul zombie coins coming in that I plan to submit this way. Do you have any documentation that can be submitted along with the coin? Maybe a notarized letter from Crypto Imperator or ask them to post a list of known digital error addresses on their website (like what Gravitate did).



There's a public address slip from CI which shows the repeated funding on dogechain.
The research fee option might help. Had seems like anacs only reconigze the physical aspects, they don't touch on the digital aspects..

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This might be worth resubmitting to ANACS and paying the $12 research fee to try to add 'digital error' to the description. I have some Microsoul zombie coins coming in that I plan to submit this way. Do you have any documentation that can be submitted along with the coin? Maybe a notarized letter from Crypto Imperator or ask them to post a list of known digital error addresses on their website (like what Gravitate did).



There's a public address slip from CI which shows the repeated funding on dogechain.
The research fee option might help. Had seems like anacs only reconigze the physical aspects, they don't touch on the digital aspects..


http://imperator.uberbills.com

You can check all the Doges there (We are working with @naypalm to include all our coins) , the coin being sold here is: http://imperator.uberbills.com/?address=DDJFur94fADTVUPbBqyfwSEAvMZgrW2Pyy it has been funded twice by us. Why? An error made by the Dogecoin wallet, bear in mind that we always fund from the following address: DPRadvc3gsL9yi2JGP4tzUgvRGqh2DP9Y as there are other coins with more Doge that did not come from us.

BTW there is also a Super Doge with an extra 100.000 Doge due to the same error...

Hope this helps clarify this "error"


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October 14, 2015, 11:06:54 AM
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This might be worth resubmitting to ANACS and paying the $12 research fee to try to add 'digital error' to the description. I have some Microsoul zombie coins coming in that I plan to submit this way. Do you have any documentation that can be submitted along with the coin? Maybe a notarized letter from Crypto Imperator or ask them to post a list of known digital error addresses on their website (like what Gravitate did).



There's a public address slip from CI which shows the repeated funding on dogechain.
The research fee option might help. Had seems like anacs only reconigze the physical aspects, they don't touch on the digital aspects..


http://imperator.uberbills.com

You can check all the Doges there (We are working with @naypalm to include all our coins) , the coin being sold here is: http://imperator.uberbills.com/?address=DDJFur94fADTVUPbBqyfwSEAvMZgrW2Pyy it has been funded twice by us. Why? An error made by the Dogecoin wallet, bear in mind that we always fund from the following address: DPRadvc3gsL9yi2JGP4tzUgvRGqh2DP9Y as there are other coins with more Doge that did not come from us.

BTW there is also a Super Doge with an extra 100.000 Doge due to the same error...

Hope this helps clarify this "error"



wow nice.. now that CI has an uberbill too, i can spend some time browsing through.

and thanks for the clarification  Smiley

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