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December 11, 2013, 07:51:55 AM
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How many 1BTC coins you have left (brass one). I almost have enough funds for buying one Sad


there's about 17 or so left.

Ok, thanks for the info. I'll contact you soon Smiley
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December 11, 2013, 01:43:13 PM
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its wise to sell them now to maximize your BTC earnings. no one will fork out more BTC when the value is high.

your best bet is to wait until the market is mature and on its lowest to maximize your return.

for example there is this claim that a S1 1BTC brass coin in excellent condition sold for 50BTC.  such thing would never happen if the BTC value were > $1K, let alone > $10K. you can only get away with such ripoffs when the value is low.

and it's needless to say most early birds have the nice coins and won't be spending their pool of BTC on it going forward.   
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December 11, 2013, 06:13:31 PM
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its wise to sell them now to maximize your BTC earnings. no one will fork out more BTC when the value is high.

your best bet is to wait until the market is mature and on its lowest to maximize your return.

for example there is this claim that a S1 1BTC brass coin in excellent condition sold for 50BTC.  such thing would never happen if the BTC value were > $1K, let alone > $10K. you can only get away with such ripoffs when the value is low.

and it's needless to say most early birds have the nice coins and won't be spending their pool of BTC on it going forward.   


1.15BTC is 1.15BTC at 100$ and at 1000$.

But yeah, nice theorizing, bro.

I do have a goldplated 10BTC coin, willing to part for ~30, if interested.
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December 11, 2013, 06:20:47 PM
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I'm very interested in a 0.5, but I wish I could see some vouches :-/

I'm currently building an collection of novelty BitCoin's and physical BitCoin's, contact me if you have any, except Casascius (yet)!
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December 11, 2013, 07:09:33 PM
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its wise to sell them now to maximize your BTC earnings. no one will fork out more BTC when the value is high.

your best bet is to wait until the market is mature and on its lowest to maximize your return.

for example there is this claim that a S1 1BTC brass coin in excellent condition sold for 50BTC.  such thing would never happen if the BTC value were > $1K, let alone > $10K. you can only get away with such ripoffs when the value is low.

and it's needless to say most early birds have the nice coins and won't be spending their pool of BTC on it going forward.   


1.15BTC is 1.15BTC at 100$ and at 1000$.

But yeah, nice theorizing, bro.

I do have a goldplated 10BTC coin, willing to part for ~30, if interested.

already have 3 of those
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December 11, 2013, 07:31:58 PM
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I'm very interested in a 0.5, but I wish I could see some vouches :-/

some vouches?
I had this thread once...


edit: FOUND IT! It's in my sig ;-D
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December 11, 2013, 08:35:33 PM
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I'm very interested in a 0.5, but I wish I could see some vouches :-/

some vouches?
I had this thread once...


edit: FOUND IT! It's in my sig ;-D

You have to apologize my sceptism, I have been scammed too many times.
Anyone can say they own a site.

Not to be a pain in the ass, but do you have proof that your username has something to do with that site?

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December 11, 2013, 10:27:51 PM
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I'm very interested in a 0.5, but I wish I could see some vouches :-/

some vouches?
I had this thread once...


edit: FOUND IT! It's in my sig ;-D

You have to apologize my sceptism, I have been scammed too many times.
Anyone can say they own a site.

Not to be a pain in the ass, but do you have proof that your username has something to do with that site?



well
since my username isn't in my passport - no.
send me a message at my site's email addy, I will PM you that message tomorrow, if that helps.

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December 12, 2013, 03:38:43 PM
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Hehe ok, I'm sold.
I wish to buy 1x 0.5 BTC, can you PM me the details?

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December 13, 2013, 11:35:48 PM
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Where are you shipping from?
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December 14, 2013, 12:16:55 AM
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Where are you shipping from?


good old Germany.
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December 14, 2013, 01:20:24 AM
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He is valid allright ;-)

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December 14, 2013, 09:17:14 AM
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Don't buy from this member yet!
I paid for 0.5 BTC and he provided me with an invalid USPS tracking number.
If he's from Germany, it's an totally scam, wait until I can confirm he's validity!


You know, for ONCE it would be nice if people turned to me first before accusing me of being a fraud.
I typo'd your tracking number (switched a 1 and a 4).
Sorry for giving you a heart attack, you poor thing.


Here's the correct number:
REDACTED as per customers request


Also, for all you buyers out there:
USPS only tracks DeutschePost packages that are actually going into the US, and only for ~75% of packages.

Use this link to track your package: https://www.deutschepost.de/sendung/simpleQuery.html

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December 14, 2013, 12:24:49 PM
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My bad then, but you gave me quite the scare and I did turn to you first.

I have to say it felt suspicious when, after a couple of days it didn't show up on EMS tracking(which tracks every postal services, dont know why I thought it was USPS), then you send me an PM again where you ask me to pay you again. And I answered right away that I paid you already and there where no response from you.
Answering in this post instead of reply me is a bad choice, in this day of age you should understand people's scepticism, my previous posts in this thread should be an indication lol.

Remove the tracking number picture and PM me it instead, I don't like that everyone here can see my real personal details, wich they can by checking the tracking number FYI.


I would like to apologize my mistake, and hope that if you want to tell me anything, please continue that on PM. I will edit the previous post and confirm your valid as soon as you remove the tracking number picture.

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December 14, 2013, 06:04:53 PM
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I have to say it felt suspicious when, after a couple of days it didn't show up on EMS tracking(which tracks every postal services, dont know why I thought it was USPS), then you send me an PM again where you ask me to pay you again. And I answered right away that I paid you already and there where no response from you.

I'm answering this here, because it's probably interesting for others as well:

I print out the postage with the tracking number, so I can give out the tracking number right then.
For it to register, it needs to be handed over to the postal service, which often doesn't happen until the next day.
THEN sometimes it needs another 48h to show up in the tracking system.

I had a sheetload of PMs for these coins, so I guess I mistakenly asked you to pay me, while I already had your name, details and tracking number on file as "paid". Oversight on my part.

Hope you get your coinage soon, keep us updated!
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December 18, 2013, 11:25:07 PM
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I placed an order and already have tracking numbers, so far so good.
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December 19, 2013, 09:42:11 PM
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I'm happy to report I received the coin safe and sound.

Big vouch for 2weiX, best prices and a serious salesman!

I'm currently building an collection of novelty BitCoin's and physical BitCoin's, contact me if you have any, except Casascius (yet)!
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January 04, 2014, 06:06:12 AM
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I'm happy to report I received the coin safe and sound.

Big vouch for 2weiX, best prices and a serious salesman!

I also got mine a few days ago. Thanks!
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