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July 22, 2011, 10:23:24 AM

I'm not concerned.  My partners and I are developing a service we hope will trust us with lots of bitcoins, and I won't be holding them in a single wallet.  Based on calculations of who will be paid how much and when, I would move the excess bitcoins into separate wallets and store those offline.  To keep all your eggs in one basket is inviting disaster.

What is the bitcoin to egg exchange rate anyway?

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July 22, 2011, 12:24:28 PM

0.00928571429 BTC to one egg based on current average market of grade A eggs and the current exchange rate of BTC to USD.

This of course doesn't factor in local sales tax or the fact that most grocery stores do not accept BTC at this time.   Hopefully this will change however.

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