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July 09, 2011, 04:06:53 PM
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Lots of art with small text.  Minting marks and a date.  I dunno.  Denominate it, perhaps. 
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July 09, 2011, 04:24:38 PM
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I would like a silver coin in the same design as the gold one. I already ordered a gold coin, and it would be cool to have the same design in gold and silver. Spot price + something like 6-8 dollar sounds good to me.
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July 10, 2011, 03:25:39 AM
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Just received mine today.  Extremely quick shipping (I'm in the U.S.) and great quality.

Although, one of my coins, the etching of the words 'VIRES IN NUMERIS' was so shallow, one side of the 'V' isn't even etched, etc. -- I'm keeping it though because it's a collector's item Wink

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July 10, 2011, 03:53:00 AM
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Sexy. I'll definately pick a few of these up.

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July 10, 2011, 03:57:12 AM
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Just received mine today.  Extremely quick shipping (I'm in the U.S.) and great quality.

Although, one of my coins, the etching of the words 'VIRES IN NUMERIS' was so shallow, one side of the 'V' isn't even etched, etc. -- I'm keeping it though because it's a collector's item Wink

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That coin must have slipped through quality control. I've visually checked a dozen or so coins and I can see some variation in the stamping depth. If you want to send it back I'll replace it for you. It does give some uniqueness to your coin though :-)

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July 10, 2011, 04:09:21 AM
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If you want to send it back I'll replace it for you. It does give some uniqueness to your coin though :-)

Nah. No worries, mate. I'm keeping it! :-)

Great job on the coins.  I'm love them.  Haven't been able to put them down for hours now... Guess I have a new OCD... Wink

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July 10, 2011, 04:16:36 AM
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Now it would be great if people could send you some raw material and you could turn that into a bitcoin  Smiley
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July 10, 2011, 04:38:02 AM
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Could you give some more data about the site "coin history" interface? I couldn't see it on the website. I would be interested in being able to give someone a tangible bitcoin, then they key in the number at the website and see a matching bitcoin public address that I have entered. Preferably, I would also like to give a link that generates a block explorer page for that address showing the balance etc.

The public bitcoin address would come from a paper bitcoin wallet like those sold by Casascius. The private key would be handed over separately, either at the same time, or when the person reaches the age of 18 or whatever.

Since there is no guarantee that the balance will remain as shown, there is a strong incentive for a recipient to keep in the donor's good books. I'm thinking of a scenario like a rich relative and a teenage recipient, where the recipient is not likely to be jerked around on a whim.
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July 10, 2011, 05:55:01 AM
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Could you give some more data about the site "coin history" interface? I couldn't see it on the website. I would be interested in being able to give someone a tangible bitcoin, then they key in the number at the website and see a matching bitcoin public address that I have entered. Preferably, I would also like to give a link that generates a block explorer page for that address showing the balance etc.

The public bitcoin address would come from a paper bitcoin wallet like those sold by Casascius. The private key would be handed over separately, either at the same time, or when the person reaches the age of 18 or whatever.

Since there is no guarantee that the balance will remain as shown, there is a strong incentive for a recipient to keep in the donor's good books. I'm thinking of a scenario like a rich relative and a teenage recipient, where the recipient is not likely to be jerked around on a whim.

Some intriguing ideas. Thanks. You could certainly implement your ideas on your own website using my coins.

Regarding the coin history. Here is a screenshot of what it looks like. Each person who obtains the coin has the opportunity to go to the website and enter a position on a map of where the coin is currently, and add a comment. The person then passes the coin on to someone else.

http://coinedbits.com/images/track_example.gif

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July 10, 2011, 05:57:50 AM
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Do not buy these! They are counterfeit and not worth anything! He calls them bitcoins but they are not. Mtgox and Trading Hill do not accept these! Because they are counterfeit! Do not buy!

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Edit: Oops. Just fixed a typo. It should be GO (like GO TEAM!) and not GOOB
Edit2: Just checked the dictionary and goob is not a word
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July 10, 2011, 06:03:29 AM
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Do not buy these! They are counterfeit and not worth anything! He calls them bitcoins but they are not. Mtgox and Trading Hill do not accept these! Because they are counterfeit! Do not buy!

Some one needs to learn to read before clicking the buy button. This is a pretty straight forward operation.

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July 10, 2011, 06:05:44 AM
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Do not buy these! They are counterfeit and not worth anything! He calls them bitcoins but they are not. Mtgox and Trading Hill do not accept these! Because they are counterfeit! Do not buy!

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July 10, 2011, 06:11:15 AM
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Just bought one. Looking forward to receiving it. Smiley
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July 10, 2011, 06:12:12 AM
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Do not buy these! They are counterfeit and not worth anything! He calls them bitcoins but they are not. Mtgox and Trading Hill do not accept these! Because they are counterfeit! Do not buy!

Wow... You have the typing part down, plus the proper punctuation for someone with tourettes. You must have issues reading English.

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July 10, 2011, 09:26:22 AM
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Could you give some more data about the site "coin history" interface? I couldn't see it on the website. I would be interested in being able to give someone a tangible bitcoin, then they key in the number at the website and see a matching bitcoin public address that I have entered. Preferably, I would also like to give a link that generates a block explorer page for that address showing the balance etc.

The public bitcoin address would come from a paper bitcoin wallet like those sold by Casascius. The private key would be handed over separately, either at the same time, or when the person reaches the age of 18 or whatever.

Since there is no guarantee that the balance will remain as shown, there is a strong incentive for a recipient to keep in the donor's good books. I'm thinking of a scenario like a rich relative and a teenage recipient, where the recipient is not likely to be jerked around on a whim.

Some intriguing ideas. Thanks. You could certainly implement your ideas on your own website using my coins.

Regarding the coin history. Here is a screenshot of what it looks like. Each person who obtains the coin has the opportunity to go to the website and enter a position on a map of where the coin is currently, and add a comment. The person then passes the coin on to someone else.

http://coinedbits.com/images/track_example.gif


Thanks very much. It will be interesting to see how it evolves. I imagine that many people will hang on to the coin rather than passing it on because it looks so gorgeous!
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July 10, 2011, 01:58:22 PM
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Do not buy these! They are counterfeit and not worth anything! He calls them bitcoins but they are not. Mtgox and Trading Hill do not accept these! Because they are counterfeit! Do not buy!

Why is it that when someone has 'economic' or 'economist' in their nick-name, they turn out to be the most idiotic form of troll?

Such a mystery...

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July 10, 2011, 02:06:30 PM
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Do not buy these! They are counterfeit and not worth anything! He calls them bitcoins but they are not. Mtgox and Trading Hill do not accept these! Because they are counterfeit! Do not buy!

Why is it that when someone has 'economic' or 'economist' in their nick-name, they turn out to be the most idiotic form of troll?

Such a mystery...


Isn't that the same as in the offline world?

There's a serial stupido in Sydney called Steven Keen who for years said Australia's houses would drop 40% just because America's did ...never happened but he keeps coming out with equally-stupid theories because that's what economists do.

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July 10, 2011, 04:17:44 PM
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Ok I just bought one and paid with Bitcoins.  Little higher using bitcoins more around 8 bux vs 5.99, maybe that should be adjusted normally to match the 5.99 price?  I paid with bitcoin since it is for a bitcoin, this bitcoin will be worth, .56 bitcoins lol.  THanks

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July 10, 2011, 05:28:52 PM
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Just got mine. Awesome job. I like. :-)
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July 10, 2011, 10:55:37 PM
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Ok I just bought one and paid with Bitcoins.  Little higher using bitcoins more around 8 bux vs 5.99, maybe that should be adjusted normally to match the 5.99 price?  I paid with bitcoin since it is for a bitcoin, this bitcoin will be worth, .56 bitcoins lol.  THanks

Thanks for the purchase. The shipping is calculated into the price when paying with Bitcoins.

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