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November 08, 2017, 06:05:32 AM
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So = how can we get them ?
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November 08, 2017, 07:08:54 AM
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So = how can we get them ?
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We explained this already to you. What is the problem? Open a thread where you state that you want to buy these coins and optionally add an offer right away.

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November 08, 2017, 04:15:00 PM
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So = how can we get them ?
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We explained this already to you. What is the problem? Open a thread where you state that you want to buy these coins and optionally add an offer right away.

Well - I responded to Titanbtc offer - and was hoping to go thru their website (which now seems to be not quite fully functional ?) - do you know what's going on there ?
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November 08, 2017, 04:20:54 PM
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Well - I responded to Titanbtc offer - and was hoping to go thru their website (which now seems to be not quite fully functional ?) - do you know what's going on there ?
Thx,
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They're sold out of their 2016 issue, I believe they have BTC0.1 rounds coming out for 2017 soon but I don't know about BTC1

Your best bet is to make a new thread to see if anyone has a BTC1 available for sale - this thread isn't the place
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November 17, 2017, 09:11:19 PM
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I suppose all your coins are sold out for a long time already? Are you planning on releasing any new version any time soon?


We do still have these 2016 coins left in stock, and we'll have a 2017 0.1BTC coin coming soon.  PM sent.

are you price discovering by releasing small amounts of the 2017 coins in private and watching auctions happen?
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July 31, 2018, 01:47:32 PM
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Any news on the 0.1 coin? Wink

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July 31, 2018, 02:07:57 PM
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Any news on the 0.1 coin? Wink

I have a few for sale if interested.
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July 31, 2018, 02:59:41 PM
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Any news on the 0.1 coin? Wink

I have a few for sale if interested.
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How thick are these coins?  As thick as an american eagle?
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July 31, 2018, 03:18:21 PM
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Any news on the 0.1 coin? Wink

I have a few for sale if interested.
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How thick are these coins?  As thick as an american eagle?

My calipers measured 3.69mm

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September 12, 2018, 02:56:39 AM
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i would like to have a answer from Titan Bitcoin representative.

couple years ago i bought 2 factor coin and recently decided to redeem actual bitcoins from it. i did everything required and got message that withdrawal successful. several hours later there are no coins on my address. i wrote an email to guardians@titanbitcoin.com as it was prompted.
no response. i went to official website and wrote a message via contact form. no response either.

i went to check value page and found out that my coins are still on attached address. so my question is: how can i get my coins?

and why don't you answer customer queries?
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November 23, 2019, 06:43:25 PM
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I went thru that last yr. - took several attempts and actually changing computers and locations ! - it worked eventually Smiley
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November 24, 2019, 01:20:35 AM
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i would like to have a answer from Titan Bitcoin representative.

couple years ago i bought 2 factor coin and recently decided to redeem actual bitcoins from it. i did everything required and got message that withdrawal successful. several hours later there are no coins on my address. i wrote an email to guardians@titanbitcoin.com as it was prompted.
no response. i went to official website and wrote a message via contact form. no response either.

i went to check value page and found out that my coins are still on attached address. so my question is: how can i get my coins?

and why don't you answer customer queries?

Try emailing: tim@titanbtc.com

He was super responsive to me when I had an issue.

 
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December 05, 2019, 09:31:58 PM
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Hi, can anybody confirm if Titan sold unfunded/buyer funded 1 BTC 2013 silver coins?

Thank you.

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December 05, 2019, 10:02:58 PM
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Hi, can anybody confirm if Titan sold unfunded/buyer funded 1 BTC 2013 silver coins?

Thank you.



I believe all coins are supposed to be funded, but they are sent unfunded and the buyer has to "activate" them to have them funded. So coins that were lost in transit have never been funded. There's a post about it here, and apparently about a dozen of these "lost" coins exist.


You can check the coin here: https://www.titanbtc.com/verify/

I would be very suspicious because the Titan coins have been faked a lot.

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December 05, 2019, 11:02:58 PM
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Hi Hox,

Thank you very much for this information and for reference this is the listing I bumped into.

https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F202468272602

I was cautious on if it is was genuine or not as I can’t recall Titan Mint ever selling unfunded coins and wanted to raise it in the collectibles section.

Veezy.

Hi, can anybody confirm if Titan sold unfunded/buyer funded 1 BTC 2013 silver coins?

Thank you.



I believe all coins are supposed to be funded, but they are sent unfunded and the buyer has to "activate" them to have them funded. So coins that were lost in transit have never been funded. There's a post about it here, and apparently about a dozen of these "lost" coins exist.


You can check the coin here: https://www.titanbtc.com/verify/

I would be very suspicious because the Titan coins have been faked a lot.

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December 05, 2019, 11:14:10 PM
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Thanks for posting the link. Ignore everything I said above, these appear to be genuine. Someone with the same username posted a thread here a while ago and TitanBTC comfirmed they were a reseller.



Hi Hox,

Thank you very much for this information and for reference this is the listing I bumped into.

https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F202468272602

I was cautious on if it is was genuine or not as I can’t recall Titan Mint ever selling unfunded coins and wanted to raise it in the collectibles section.

Veezy.

Hi, can anybody confirm if Titan sold unfunded/buyer funded 1 BTC 2013 silver coins?

Thank you.



I believe all coins are supposed to be funded, but they are sent unfunded and the buyer has to "activate" them to have them funded. So coins that were lost in transit have never been funded. There's a post about it here, and apparently about a dozen of these "lost" coins exist.


You can check the coin here: https://www.titanbtc.com/verify/

I would be very suspicious because the Titan coins have been faked a lot.


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December 05, 2019, 11:32:18 PM
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Hi Hox, thanks a bunch for this information.

Veezy

Thanks for posting the link. Ignore everything I said above, these appear to be genuine. Someone with the same username posted a thread here a while ago and TitanBTC comfirmed they were a reseller.



Hi Hox,

Thank you very much for this information and for reference this is the listing I bumped into.

https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F202468272602

I was cautious on if it is was genuine or not as I can’t recall Titan Mint ever selling unfunded coins and wanted to raise it in the collectibles section.

Veezy.

Hi, can anybody confirm if Titan sold unfunded/buyer funded 1 BTC 2013 silver coins?

Thank you.



I believe all coins are supposed to be funded, but they are sent unfunded and the buyer has to "activate" them to have them funded. So coins that were lost in transit have never been funded. There's a post about it here, and apparently about a dozen of these "lost" coins exist.


You can check the coin here: https://www.titanbtc.com/verify/

I would be very suspicious because the Titan coins have been faked a lot.

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December 17, 2019, 10:39:28 PM
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Tim from TitanBTC has offered to restore peeled coins. I find this to be against everything collectible.

2) Restored coins. Tim the president of Titan Mint is willing to restore these coins and reload them with a new hologram and load a bitcoin onto them. Price for the restored coins will be $100 over spot gold + the BTC price currently $8173 per coin plus shipping. These restored coins will be loaded only with bitcoin and will not have any of the multiple fork coins BSV, BCH, ect that have branched off over the years.

I don't think coin makers should do this.
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December 17, 2019, 11:05:53 PM
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I understand your concern.  To clarify, anyone purchasing the reloads of these coins are not getting "new mintage".  We are not increasing the number of coins in existence for these. 

The reloads will retain the existing production number but are getting a new public/private key pair and a new certificate of authenticity. The reloads will show authenticity on the Titan website, just the same as the original. 

These represent a significant percentage of the mintage for these two coins, which is why I am open to uniquely accommodating this sale.  The holograms' authenticity and their intact status is the primary security for these coins (I have yet to see a hologram replica of our coins).  These holograms will show the first digits of their public key, and still link to a page verifying they are authentic and linking to the blockchain transaction that funded them.   

Because of the added security that comes with the extra layer of authenticity verification, I don't think this is actually leverage for fresh scammers to gain any advantage but I may not be fully understanding your perspective.



Tim from TitanBTC has offered to restore peeled coins. I find this to be against everything collectible.

2) Restored coins. Tim the president of Titan Mint is willing to restore these coins and reload them with a new hologram and load a bitcoin onto them. Price for the restored coins will be $100 over spot gold + the BTC price currently $8173 per coin plus shipping. These restored coins will be loaded only with bitcoin and will not have any of the multiple fork coins BSV, BCH, ect that have branched off over the years.

I don't think coin makers should do this.

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December 17, 2019, 11:21:21 PM
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These represent a significant percentage of the mintage for these two coins, which is why I am open to uniquely accommodating this sale.  The holograms' authenticity and their intact status is the primary security for these coins (I have yet to see a hologram replica of our coins).  These holograms will show the first digits of their public key, and still link to a page verifying they are authentic and linking to the blockchain transaction that funded them.   

It's weird you're in the Collectible business and don't understand that over time these intact coins become more rare due to a lot of them being peeled. The long term holder's coins grow in value as they have risked leaving the bitcoin on the coin (are we going to hit $0 tomorrow) in the hopes that others with weak hands have peeled their coins. Normally you have unpeeled/peeled but now for maybe the first time ever in this space we are supposed to price in some "used to be peeled but aren't no more?" coins?

There's nothing wrong with an unpeeled and a peeled secondary market. This "restoring" you are offering is absolutely an unnecessary service provided by your company. Your coins are damn near one of the highest/most prolifically faked collectibles coming out of China. You open up an extra attack vector and the only person that loses is the people that have trusted your coins for this long.

To me this looks like a cash grab. You take your money made from reholo'ing these and the people holding the original coins pay the price. Christmas lookin real good this year kids, Daddy's got a new job.
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