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June 07, 2013, 03:43:47 PM
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Bitbills, bitbars, what next??

Bitbills are bitcoins. read up on it.

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June 07, 2013, 03:55:35 PM
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Tangible bitcoins (coins, bills) with a hidden priv key are unsecure, they can be devaluated (unfunded) by anybody, and are much to complicated for the average Joe's and Jane's. I like to pass them like cash money in restaurants (for tips) or to gift them to friends and to business partners. Thats why I prefer keyless Bitbills and Coins like these: http://de.ebid.net/for-sale/1-awesome-brand-new-bitnote-bitbill-107764070.htm
and: http://de.ebid.net/for-sale/1-stunning-brand-new-physical-bitcoin-107779519.htm


The first one -- the coin -- looks like a scam. The image is not real, it is computer-generated, and there is no way to redeem the coin. I assume the bill is a scam because the same person is selling it, and the picture is also fake.

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June 07, 2013, 03:59:57 PM
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Bitbills, bitbars, what next??

Bitballs.

Tangible bitcoins (coins, bills) with a hidden priv key are unsecure, they can be devaluated (unfunded) by anybody, and are much to complicated for the average Joe's and Jane's. I like to pass them like cash money in restaurants (for tips) or to gift them to friends and to business partners. Thats why I prefer keyless Bitbills and Coins like these: http://de.ebid.net/for-sale/1-awesome-brand-new-bitnote-bitbill-107764070.htm
and: http://de.ebid.net/for-sale/1-stunning-brand-new-physical-bitcoin-107779519.htm


The first one -- the coin -- looks like a scam. The image is not real, it is computer-generated, and there is no way to redeem the coin. I assume the bill is a scam because the same person is selling it, and the picture is also fake.

I have no idea if it's a scam or not, but I got this interesting message from him:

Hi. We all know your story! You are a well known spammer in this forum. So do me a favour and take a backseat!
Put me on "ignore". That way you dont have to read (and comment) my posts.
cheers

That to me screams bizarre. "Go away and stop drawing attention to my ignorant claims that all hidden private key coins and bills are insecure despite common evidence otherwise!"

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June 07, 2013, 04:01:55 PM
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The first one -- the coin -- looks like a scam. The image is not real, it is computer-generated, and there is no way to redeem the coin. I assume the bill is a scam because the same person is selling it, and the picture is also fake.
Did you read the description? Sorry - but you dont seeem to understand anything.  Roll Eyes
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June 07, 2013, 04:31:18 PM
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You can't deny that your reputation is dubious.

Yes, I can. Now what? (Also, if you're actually interested in learning, click the link in my signature. If you're interested in trolling, carry on.)

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June 07, 2013, 04:47:37 PM
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The first one -- the coin -- looks like a scam. The image is not real, it is computer-generated, and there is no way to redeem the coin. I assume the bill is a scam because the same person is selling it, and the picture is also fake.
Did you read the description? Sorry - but you dont seeem to understand anything.  Roll Eyes


Yes. I read the description and it confirms everything I wrote.

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June 08, 2013, 10:27:24 AM
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June 08, 2013, 10:30:04 AM
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Interesting choice when your opinions are challenged. I think it speaks volume of your character. Carry on.

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June 08, 2013, 01:50:02 PM
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Hello Forum!

A couple years ago I bought some BTC and then spent them all on purchasing some BitBills. I have the BitBills in my possession.

What I wanted to find out was, how do I sell the Bitbills or convert them into BTC so that I can receive the cash?

Its been ages since I have read up on Bitcoins so I am rather rusty!

Appreciate any help anyone can offer me  Smiley

Why do people convert bitcoins into these physical forms in the first place?

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June 08, 2013, 05:18:37 PM
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Hello Forum!

A couple years ago I bought some BTC and then spent them all on purchasing some BitBills. I have the BitBills in my possession.

What I wanted to find out was, how do I sell the Bitbills or convert them into BTC so that I can receive the cash?

Its been ages since I have read up on Bitcoins so I am rather rusty!

Appreciate any help anyone can offer me  Smiley

Why do people convert bitcoins into these physical forms in the first place?

I think it is helpful to some people to see a tangible form of the money. I buy or make physical bitcoins (in paper and coin form) and hand them out to people as a way to introduce Bitcoin to them.

The conversation usually goes something like this:

"I've heard of Bitcoins."
"Well, here you go. Now you have some."
...

I don't think anyone expects to use these for buying stuff because they are either expensive or they are unsuitable for circulation.

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June 21, 2013, 07:48:51 PM
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Hello Forum!

A couple years ago I bought some BTC and then spent them all on purchasing some BitBills. I have the BitBills in my possession.

What I wanted to find out was, how do I sell the Bitbills or convert them into BTC so that I can receive the cash?

Its been ages since I have read up on Bitcoins so I am rather rusty!

Appreciate any help anyone can offer me  Smiley

Are you selling any Bitbills as of now ? i want one.
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June 21, 2013, 07:50:13 PM
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Hello Forum!

A couple years ago I bought some BTC and then spent them all on purchasing some BitBills. I have the BitBills in my possession.

What I wanted to find out was, how do I sell the Bitbills or convert them into BTC so that I can receive the cash?

Its been ages since I have read up on Bitcoins so I am rather rusty!

Appreciate any help anyone can offer me  Smiley

Why do people convert bitcoins into these physical forms in the first place?


Well, to use them as Cold Storage, Or just keeping them Offline.
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