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January 24, 2014, 06:41:24 PM
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shiny crap for Bitcoin.  a must have
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January 24, 2014, 06:47:16 PM
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1 thai baht is 3 cents do you realize that?

Just for clarification purposes, this 'baht' in addition to being a very small unit of currency, is also term they use for weighting gold in Thailand.
As the poster mentioned its 15 grams. which is very close to 1/2 oz
Right now 1 oz of gold is worth about 1260 usd,  so half is 630 usd.
1 THB = 33 USD
So 630 x 33 = 20790 THB so the posters asking price is fair assuming its real gold.

do you mean "weighing gold" or "weighted gold"?

Thread about account being hacked and reclaimed on 7-30-16
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January 24, 2014, 06:49:05 PM
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1 thai baht is 3 cents do you realize that?

Just for clarification purposes, this 'baht' in addition to being a very small unit of currency, is also term they use for weighting gold in Thailand.
As the poster mentioned its 15 grams. which is very close to 1/2 oz
Right now 1 oz of gold is worth about 1260 usd,  so half is 630 usd.
1 THB = 33 USD
So 630 x 33 = 20790 THB so the posters asking price is fair assuming its real gold.

do you mean "weighing gold" or "weighted gold"?

Thai gold is 22 carat.
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January 24, 2014, 06:58:08 PM
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1 thai baht is 3 cents do you realize that?

Just for clarification purposes, this 'baht' in addition to being a very small unit of currency, is also term they use for weighting gold in Thailand.
As the poster mentioned its 15 grams. which is very close to 1/2 oz
Right now 1 oz of gold is worth about 1260 usd,  so half is 630 usd.
1 THB = 33 USD
So 630 x 33 = 20790 THB so the posters asking price is fair assuming its real gold.

do you mean "weighing gold" or "weighted gold"?

Thai gold is 22 carat.

so  91.67% gold

Thread about account being hacked and reclaimed on 7-30-16
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1570173.new#new
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January 25, 2014, 03:48:38 AM
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1 thai baht is 3 cents do you realize that?

Just for clarification purposes, this 'baht' in addition to being a very small unit of currency, is also term they use for weighting gold in Thailand.
As the poster mentioned its 15 grams. which is very close to 1/2 oz
Right now 1 oz of gold is worth about 1260 usd,  so half is 630 usd.
1 THB = 33 USD
So 630 x 33 = 20790 THB so the posters asking price is fair assuming its real gold.

do you mean "weighing gold" or "weighted gold"?

Thai gold is 22 carat.

so  91.67% gold

No Thai Gold is 96.5% pure - 23 carat.
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January 25, 2014, 11:06:18 AM
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1 thai baht is 3 cents do you realize that?

Just for clarification purposes, this 'baht' in addition to being a very small unit of currency, is also term they use for weighting gold in Thailand.
As the poster mentioned its 15 grams. which is very close to 1/2 oz
Right now 1 oz of gold is worth about 1260 usd,  so half is 630 usd.
1 THB = 33 USD
So 630 x 33 = 20790 THB so the posters asking price is fair assuming its real gold.

do you mean "weighing gold" or "weighted gold"?

Thai gold is 22 carat.

so  91.67% gold

No Thai Gold is 96.5% pure - 23 carat.

Just because the bar says 96.5% doesn't mean it's true  Wink
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January 25, 2014, 01:05:54 PM
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1 thai baht is 3 cents do you realize that?

Just for clarification purposes, this 'baht' in addition to being a very small unit of currency, is also term they use for weighting gold in Thailand.
As the poster mentioned its 15 grams. which is very close to 1/2 oz
Right now 1 oz of gold is worth about 1260 usd,  so half is 630 usd.
1 THB = 33 USD
So 630 x 33 = 20790 THB so the posters asking price is fair assuming its real gold.

do you mean "weighing gold" or "weighted gold"?

Thai gold is 22 carat.

so  91.67% gold

No Thai Gold is 96.5% pure - 23 carat.

Just because the bar says 96.5% doesn't mean it's true  Wink


Yes you're right but if you buy gold from a legitimate gold shop in Thailand it is what it is.

I advertise a piece of gold for sale and the responses unfortunately have been as expected - I find this quite concerning for the future of Bitcoin. Just because some people try to scam doesn't mean that every one is the same.

At the end of the day it's a tiny piece of gold - OK I could sell it and not ship and be up $ - 1 time. Or I could sell it and provide great customer service generating repeat business and a stable long term revenue stream. I know which I'd prefer.......
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January 25, 2014, 01:14:53 PM
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shiny crap for Bitcoin.  a must have

Oh no, you must have found a way to authenticate gold simply by looking at a picture online and have come to the conclusion it is not real.

Damn I'm guttered I paid a lot for that piece of, well I'm not sure what it is now, and have just learnt it's worthless.

Please enlighten me as to how you can tell? After physically holding the piece I was convinced it was real - I guess I must be stupid - how embarrassing!

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January 25, 2014, 02:43:24 PM
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1 thai baht is 3 cents do you realize that?

Just for clarification purposes, this 'baht' in addition to being a very small unit of currency, is also term they use for weighting gold in Thailand.
As the poster mentioned its 15 grams. which is very close to 1/2 oz
Right now 1 oz of gold is worth about 1260 usd,  so half is 630 usd.
1 THB = 33 USD
So 630 x 33 = 20790 THB so the posters asking price is fair assuming its real gold.

do you mean "weighing gold" or "weighted gold"?

Thai gold is 22 carat.

so  91.67% gold

No Thai Gold is 96.5% pure - 23 carat.

Just because the bar says 96.5% doesn't mean it's true  Wink


Yes you're right but if you buy gold from a legitimate gold shop in Thailand it is what it is.

I advertise a piece of gold for sale and the responses unfortunately have been as expected - I find this quite concerning for the future of Bitcoin. Just because some people try to scam doesn't mean that every one is the same.

At the end of the day it's a tiny piece of gold - OK I could sell it and not ship and be up $ - 1 time. Or I could sell it and provide great customer service generating repeat business and a stable long term revenue stream. I know which I'd prefer.......


So escrow should be fine if this is the case.

Thread about account being hacked and reclaimed on 7-30-16
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1570173.new#new
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January 25, 2014, 02:47:17 PM
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See the edit in the original post......
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January 27, 2014, 07:30:37 PM
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So I take it no one is interested in buying this?

Not to worry I'll hang on to it.

Unless someone is interested  Cheesy
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January 27, 2014, 08:56:54 PM
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ogfmva0NEo

Thread about account being hacked and reclaimed on 7-30-16
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