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September 03, 2013, 02:47:39 PM
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Hey I'm new to forums, not really a Bitcoin newbie, but by no means do I know a ton about Bitcoins. My goal is to start trying to sell some physical bitcoin, but first I need to learn more about the whole wide wonderful world of Bitcoin and get to know all of you guys first. Glad to be joining the forums and hoping to have good discussions here.
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September 03, 2013, 03:07:00 PM
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I'm with BadEMT.  I know him personally, trust him with my life, and we're working together to get these physical coins going.  Like him, I'm new to these forums but not at all new to Bitcoin.  I've been relatively active on the Bitcoin-OTC channel for several months, and I've been working in, around, and with Bitcoin for quite some time.  Anyway, just wanted to introduce myself and let you guys know about our plans.  Be looking out for those physical coins.  I've been communicating quite a bit with serp, and our coins will be nearly identical to his (and we have his permission to do all of this, so we're not stealing his idea or anything).  Our main goal was to create smaller denominations of physical coins, because Casascius' coins are a little big for daily use, especially considering the rising exchange rate.  One day, we want to be able to play a casual game of poker with physical Bitcoins.

It'd also be nice if we could gauge interest a bit, so if you think you'd want to buy any physical Bitcoins, let us know here or pm me!

One last note: we are completely capable of creating custom physical Bitcoins (custom denomination, custom wording, etc) so let us know if that interests you too.

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