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April 29, 2013, 09:28:11 PM
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Casascius is auctioning rolls of 50 0.5BTC coins and 1BTC coins RIGHT NOW!. The auctions will end at 22:00 UTC.

I personally dont have the BTC to spend 25BTC on the 0.5 coins or 50BTC on the 1 coins. But I thought I would post it here just incase anyone wants to pool together to make a bid?

I can only go for 4BTC's worth at the moment.

Side note: separate to this venture, me and a couple of others are looking to start a business reselling physical coins in the UK - we are currently in early planning stages and hope to become fully operational later this year. We are not yet at a stage where we can buy a roll of coins.
Hi again HowGudAmI,
I'm not into the pooling thing but I have some rolls on order so I'll tell you what I'll do - given that you're interested in reselling:

I'll sell you four coins of your choice (1s for 1.45, 1/2s for 0.875) and if you can show me you've sold them for at least 1.7 and 1 respectively I'll sell you the four you were after for yourself at cost (1.26 and 1.45 respectively).  Does that sound reasonable?

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April 30, 2013, 02:17:07 AM
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Casascius is auctioning rolls of 50 0.5BTC coins and 1BTC coins RIGHT NOW!. The auctions will end at 22:00 UTC.

I personally dont have the BTC to spend 25BTC on the 0.5 coins or 50BTC on the 1 coins. But I thought I would post it here just incase anyone wants to pool together to make a bid?

I can only go for 4BTC's worth at the moment.

Side note: separate to this venture, me and a couple of others are looking to start a business reselling physical coins in the UK - we are currently in early planning stages and hope to become fully operational later this year. We are not yet at a stage where we can buy a roll of coins.
Hi again HowGudAmI,
I'm not into the pooling thing but I have some rolls on order so I'll tell you what I'll do - given that you're interested in reselling:

I'll sell you four coins of your choice (1s for 1.45, 1/2s for 0.875) and if you can show me you've sold them for at least 1.7 and 1 respectively I'll sell you the four you were after for yourself at cost (1.26 and 1.45 respectively).  Does that sound reasonable?

I pm'ed you with a reply. I may be interested in doing some business so get back to me.

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