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May 10, 2017, 06:59:57 AM
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Hi there,
I am going to create a custom made Crypto coin (and bars) collectors book and hopefully produce 100 or so of these books as a way for people to store their coins and also have information on the coins.

This hasn;t been done yet in the crypto space and as an previous avid  collector of all sorts, i really feel as if we need one. An awesome one.
So i will most likely get some graphic designers to do an awesome futuristic style book which will have slots to hold our coins perfectly.

I need help in recognising all the physical crypto coins in existance.
Therefore i am hoping the community can help me out so i can feature it in the book.



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Original series 1 BTC coin
1.125 inches in diameter
Solid brass
Year printed on coins: 2011
Approximately 0.24 ounces
Eight-digit "firstbits" inkjetted onto surface of hologram sticker
First appeared in September 2011[2].
Private key: 22 character string inside the coin, the 256-bit private key is SHA256(string)
Approximate number produced: 3,500 as of November 2011
A spelling error can be found in the small lettering of the hologram: "CASACIUS" instead of "CASASCIUS"
Casascius has stated that no more than 11,000 may be produced
All 11,000 Bitcoin addresses pre-generated for the series have been published as a signed text file
Second series 1 BTC coin

Second series 1 BTC Casascius coin
The hologram and the private key is different, the metal part of the coin is the same as the first series.

1.125 inches in diameter
Solid brass
Year printed on coins: 2011
Approximately 0.24 ounces
Denomination ("ONE BTC") appears on the hologram
Eight-digit "firstbits" visible through a small transparent window that allows limited visibility of one side of the private key paper
Private key: 30 character string inside the coin, the 256-private key is SHA256(string)
First appeared in November 2011
No spelling error in hologram
10 BTC silver round
First available on Dec 1, 2011
39mm diameter
1 troy ounce .999 Fine Silver
Uses second series holograms marked TEN BTC
Comes in a clear plastic capsule
Zeroes and ones on the back encode the message "Bitcoin: an idea too big to fail"
25 BTC coin

Casascius 25BTC coin
1.75 inches in diameter, about 3mm thick
Gold-plated alloy
Approximately 1.2 ounces
Printed year: 2011
Uses same holograms and private key scheme as original series 1 BTC coin
First appeared in October 2011
Zeroes and ones on the back encode the message "You asked for change, we gave you coins"
100 BTC gold plated bar
Weight: 4.2oz
Dimensions: 8cm x 4cm x 0.6cm
Printed year: none
Indented features: "100 BTC", Bitcoin logo, "gold plated bearer bar"
Hologram: V1 or V2
1000 BTC gold plated bar
Weight: 4.2oz
Dimensions: 8cm x 4cm x 0.6cm
Hologram: V1
Printed year: none
Lasered overprinting on the hologram to indicate the denomination
This is a non-denominated bar that has been engraved with a 1000 BTC denomination. It is indented with the Bitcoin logo and the words "gold plated bearer bar" like the 100 BTC bar, but is not indented with a denomination. The denomination is applied via laser engraving.
This item is presently listed for sale only through MemoryDealers.com
1000 BTC 1 troy ounce gold coin
Available as of Dec 16, 2011
Printed year: 2012
Diameter: 30mm
Special order item, 3 business day lead time
Hologram: V1 with Bitcoin address lasered at top instead of inkjetted across middle
Availability: Purchase from MemoryDealers.com, or directly from Casascius with BTC, or USD bank wire


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Are you aware that there already is an encyclopedia?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1497543.0

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May 10, 2017, 07:05:31 AM
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Are you aware that there already is an encyclopedia?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1497543.0
Which makes this project both obsolete and useless. What's up with the recent influx of *people* copying other people's ideas? Roll Eyes

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May 10, 2017, 07:08:37 AM
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Are you aware that there already is an encyclopedia?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1497543.0
Which makes this project both obsolete and useless. What's up with the recent influx of *people* copying other people's ideas? Roll Eyes

Thankyou, however this is just an encyclopedia.
I will be purchasing this for information on the coins.
My book is too actually hold the coins. A little bit like a stamp album (or a coin album).
Thanks for the help!

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Are you aware that there already is an encyclopedia?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1497543.0
Which makes this project both obsolete and useless. What's up with the recent influx of *people* copying other people's ideas? Roll Eyes
I think the idea is more like a coin album than an encylopedia.



I don't think many of us would store their coins in that way.



Holding thousands or tens of thousands dollars worth of goods inside of a "stamp album" would be a really stupid move.
Dito.

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My book is too actually hold the coins. A little bit like a stamp album (or a coin album).
Holding thousands or tens of thousands dollars worth of goods inside of a "stamp album" would be a really stupid move. Have fun getting robbed.

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May 10, 2017, 07:17:23 AM
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My book is too actually hold the coins. A little bit like a stamp album (or a coin album).
Holding thousands or tens of thousands dollars worth of goods inside of a "stamp album" would be a really stupid move. Have fun getting robbed.
Cool, so as oppose to storing the coins in a safe, you could store the coins in an album in the safe.
Anyways, i am not sure why all the negativity, hopefully you guys will be more positive when the book is finished and see how awesome it is.

Are you aware that there already is an encyclopedia?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1497543.0
Which makes this project both obsolete and useless. What's up with the recent influx of *people* copying other people's ideas? Roll Eyes
I think the idea is more like a coin album than an encylopedia.



I don't think many of us would store their coins in that way.



Holding thousands or tens of thousands dollars worth of goods inside of a "stamp album" would be a really stupid move.
Dito.
Yes, i wouldn;t store my coins like how it is seen in the picture.
The slots would have to be fitted to include space for an air capsule (for the coins)

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May 10, 2017, 07:19:39 AM
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Cool, so as oppose to storing the coins in a safe, you could store the coins in an album in the safe.
Why stop there?!? Why not put the album into an album of albums and then put the album of albums into an album album of albums Huh

Anyways, i am not sure why all the negativity, hopefully you guys will be more positive when the book is finished and see how awesome it is.

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May 10, 2017, 07:20:32 AM
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Cool, so as oppose to storing the coins in a safe, you could store the coins in an album in the safe.
The slots would have to be fitted to include space for an air capsule (for the coins)
A fair share of the coins we trade are graded, hence coming in a slab. Not sure how to put those into a book. Did you consider that when you had your?


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Cool, so as oppose to storing the coins in a safe, you could store the coins in an album in the safe.
A fair share of the coins we trade are graded, hence coming in a slab. Not sure how to put those into a book. Did you consider that when you had your?



I certainly will consider that - More so for the higher valued coins.

Cool, so as oppose to storing the coins in a safe, you could store the coins in an album in the safe.
Why stop there? Why not put the album into an album of albums and then put the album of albums into an album album of albums???

Anyways, i am not sure why all the negativity, hopefully you guys will be more positive when the book is finished and see how awesome it is.



I am going ahead with the book,
You guys don't have to get one if you don't want to.
Thanks for the help  Kiss

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I am going ahead with the book,
You guys don't have to get one if you don't want to.
Thanks for the help  Kiss
Yeah!! Do not listen to any objective criticism, and create a totally undesirable and worthless item. I love this plan!! Where do I sign up Huh I would be willing to sacrifice 1 chicken for the #1 number of the book.

I also want you to create a 'the coin collectors album collectors album collection!™'. Note: This idea is owned by a piece of nothing™. He/she/it may have author rights over it.

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I'm not convinced on the idea but I'm curious to know how you'd plan o storing all those coins and bars in a single book... It's going to be one really really really thick book. Even if you were to limit it to one slot per coin, you're talking about a handful of manufacturers with a handful of products. To be able to create slot pages for all of them you are looking at more of a layered chest than a book...

Huh


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May 10, 2017, 07:49:01 AM
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I'm not convinced on the idea but I'm curious to know how you'd plan o storing all those coins and bars in a single book... It's going to be one really really really thick book. Even if you were to limit it to one slot per coin, you're talking about a handful of manufacturers with a handful of products. To be able to create slot pages for all of them you are looking at more of a layered chest than a book...

Huh
More like a layered album with detachable sleeves,
New coins can be added by purchasing supplemental sleeves for them (when the sleeves is created).
Sleeves would have slots and information on the coin.
The hardest thing to crack is how to make the album look like it came from the year 3000.
It has to look futuristic and slick. Nothing like the existing coin albums.

Its a work in process.

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May 10, 2017, 08:01:24 AM
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I'm not convinced on the idea but I'm curious to know how you'd plan o storing all those coins and bars in a single book... It's going to be one really really really thick book. Even if you were to limit it to one slot per coin, you're talking about a handful of manufacturers with a handful of products. To be able to create slot pages for all of them you are looking at more of a layered chest than a book...

Huh
More like a layered album with detachable sleeves,
New coins can be added by purchasing supplemental sleeves for them (when the sleeves is created).
Sleeves would have slots and information on the coin.
The hardest thing to crack is how to make the album look like it came from the year 3000.
It has to look futuristic and slick. Nothing like the existing coin albums.

Its a work in process.


But if you have a layer for each coin series you'd still end up with a good 15 or so layers which will need to 'house' coins and bars of varying thickness. The result would be a very very very wide and untidy looking album.


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May 10, 2017, 08:15:14 AM
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It does seem like a gigantic waste of time and money, but if you really feel the need to prove something then go ahead. Many people have raised sensible points and you are totally ignoring them - these are some of the core buyers for your idea. It is not at all practical to store these cryptocoins in this way and it's highly likely you will overlook simple things like the plastics interacting with holograms or metals.

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May 10, 2017, 08:29:33 AM
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It does seem like a gigantic waste of time and money, but if you really feel the need to prove something then go ahead. Many people have raised sensible points and you are totally ignoring them - these are some of the core buyers for your idea. It is not at all practical to store these cryptocoins in this way and it's highly likely you will overlook simple things like the plastics interacting with holograms or metals.

I respect all of your opinions.
There would be a few coins per page, perhaps a series per sleeve, depending whether i stick with capsules or slabs. Maybe i can make custom sleeves for slabs.I also wouldn't be providing the coin capsules( i don't want a lawsuit for any interaction) only allow the space for it to be fitted.

I respect all of you as coin collectors.
I am a stamp collector, coin collector, stones collector & mining hardware collector.

I see an album missing amongst my albums and that is a crypto coin album.
If you don't get my idea then i don't really know what to say.
Its fine though, i am pretty sure if i get the design right and offer it at a cheap price,
the idea will at least breakeven and thats all i care about.
I am not looking to get rich from this.


I will update people when i have made new ground.
Thanks for the attention,
Keep collecting,
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May 10, 2017, 10:26:45 AM
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Wow, so much negativity in here. I think it's not a bad idea, but does need to be thought through a bit more.

I'm actually working on something very similar...

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May 10, 2017, 11:34:23 AM
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Wow, so much negativity in here. I think it's not a bad idea, but does need to be thought through a bit more.

I'm actually working on something very similar...



Very cool, Nice work

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Interesting idea.......
Do you have any more photos, Hox??

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