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February 09, 2014, 08:46:57 AM
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Very good idea, I vote for off brand!
+1 for off brand

i live in the EU and therefore i vote also for gold because of VAT


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February 09, 2014, 09:43:29 AM
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February 09, 2014, 12:28:34 PM
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Hi Anon,

it would be great if you would ship the silver also to Europe. We would have to pay VAT anyway. Think about it.

I will promote your silver-gateway also in my Blog.

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February 09, 2014, 02:39:58 PM
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Hi,

this is a interesting idea.
My vote goes to off brand.I live also in the EU.
I will follow this thread.
 


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February 09, 2014, 02:56:47 PM
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Sounds great, following.
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February 09, 2014, 04:32:57 PM
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If you are in the US an MSB is not needed for a bullion company however there are still rules regarding AML and KYC under the Patriot Act.  Basically if you accept a certain amount of cash for bullion or buy certain types of PM from customers then you have to report it.  It is certainly up for interpretation if crypto-currency is like cash or not.  You are supposed to have AML and KYC policies in place for that.
Also if you intend to not fully sell but issue some sort of on demand precious metals certificate you are subject to SEC/ Futures regulations.  You don't want that.  The less regulation way is to provide storage for customers that purchase your bullion but don't take delivery.  Don't call it anything that can remotely be considered a financial instrument.
Good Luck.

I cant just not let people take delivery. My service would be meaningless if I did that.

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Also if you intend to not fully sell but issue some sort of on demand precious metals certificate you are subject to SEC/ Futures regulations.

but thats exactly how nxt decentralized asset exchange works. same with ripple also for that matter. There is no way around it. So every single person who offers a good or service through the decentralized asset exchange will be subject to SEC/Futures regulations. I can call it a colored token if i want, but the fact is that nxt decentralized asset exchange is a system for exchanging securities.

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February 09, 2014, 04:39:56 PM
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Some words in German about this Project:
http://altcoinspekulant.wordpress.com/2014/02/09/nxt-zu-silber-physisches-silber-fur-nxt/
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February 09, 2014, 04:44:35 PM
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People that have running projects other than marketing please let us know what your project is.

We want to have a view on all projects and consider bounty for them.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=453935.new#new


for marketing projects please go here:


https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=412243.msg4465984#msg4465984


k i posted in your thread about it. thanks for letting me know.

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February 09, 2014, 04:47:35 PM
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hey thanks for the exposure. if i can find a way to expedite the process of shipping overseas than ill definitely consider shipping over there also. last time i shipped something out of country i had to fill out a bunch of paperwork at the post office, it took like 10 minutes. if i can just find a simpler way to ship internationally than ill ship to germans.

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February 09, 2014, 08:08:37 PM
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I wasn't quite sure what you meant by gateway.  You basically want to sell silver for Nxt and be a regular bullion sales company?  If yes then the AML and KYC rules of the Patriot Act would apply to your business.
EDIT I didn't see the bottom part but yes any type of securities and especially if you are calling them securities will be subject to securities laws of the countries the participants are in.  Just because it's decentralized it won't change existing securities laws.  Those laws also pretty much give a pass to the buyers and place the penalties and regulations on the sellers which you seem to want to be.  Be careful!
If you are in the US an MSB is not needed for a bullion company however there are still rules regarding AML and KYC under the Patriot Act.  Basically if you accept a certain amount of cash for bullion or buy certain types of PM from customers then you have to report it.  It is certainly up for interpretation if crypto-currency is like cash or not.  You are supposed to have AML and KYC policies in place for that.
Also if you intend to not fully sell but issue some sort of on demand precious metals certificate you are subject to SEC/ Futures regulations.  You don't want that.  The less regulation way is to provide storage for customers that purchase your bullion but don't take delivery.  Don't call it anything that can remotely be considered a financial instrument.
Good Luck.

I cant just not let people take delivery. My service would be meaningless if I did that.

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Also if you intend to not fully sell but issue some sort of on demand precious metals certificate you are subject to SEC/ Futures regulations.

but thats exactly how nxt decentralized asset exchange works. same with ripple also for that matter. There is no way around it. So every single person who offers a good or service through the decentralized asset exchange will be subject to SEC/Futures regulations. I can call it a colored token if i want, but the fact is that nxt decentralized asset exchange is a system for exchanging securities.
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February 09, 2014, 08:39:50 PM
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I wasn't quite sure what you meant by gateway.  You basically want to sell silver for Nxt and be a regular bullion sales company?  If yes then the AML and KYC rules of the Patriot Act would apply to your business.
EDIT I didn't see the bottom part but yes any type of securities and especially if you are calling them securities will be subject to securities laws of the countries the participants are in.  Just because it's decentralized it won't change existing securities laws.  Those laws also pretty much give a pass to the buyers and place the penalties and regulations on the sellers which you seem to want to be.  Be careful!
If you are in the US an MSB is not needed for a bullion company however there are still rules regarding AML and KYC under the Patriot Act.  Basically if you accept a certain amount of cash for bullion or buy certain types of PM from customers then you have to report it.  It is certainly up for interpretation if crypto-currency is like cash or not.  You are supposed to have AML and KYC policies in place for that.
Also if you intend to not fully sell but issue some sort of on demand precious metals certificate you are subject to SEC/ Futures regulations.  You don't want that.  The less regulation way is to provide storage for customers that purchase your bullion but don't take delivery.  Don't call it anything that can remotely be considered a financial instrument.
Good Luck.

I cant just not let people take delivery. My service would be meaningless if I did that.

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Also if you intend to not fully sell but issue some sort of on demand precious metals certificate you are subject to SEC/ Futures regulations.

but thats exactly how nxt decentralized asset exchange works. same with ripple also for that matter. There is no way around it. So every single person who offers a good or service through the decentralized asset exchange will be subject to SEC/Futures regulations. I can call it a colored token if i want, but the fact is that nxt decentralized asset exchange is a system for exchanging securities.

i wonder how people in ripple deal with it

*edit* do you think i could get around this problem by not promising to redeem the "token"? by saying that i reserve the right to do anything that i want with the tokens and that i make no obligation to redeem them for anything specific or anything at all for that matter and that if i happen to send you a silver coin in the mail after you returned one of my "tokens" to me that this was purely and only because of my chose to send you a silver coin? If i really needed to take this a step further i could send things other than silver at random every once in a while to reinforce this idea, and prove to the government, that im not actually promising to do anything specific by issuing these tokens.

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February 09, 2014, 08:58:04 PM
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maybe ill do the best of both worlds. maybe ill make my own brand of silver bars. ill just buy shot and build my own foundry and make my own bars out of it. i always wanted to get into that anyway and my rep here combined with my business idea may make my bars actually marketable. i could keep cost down and have an inexhaustible supply of perfectly fungible product.

but would the landlords let me build a foundry in the back yard.... hmm i could always ask i guess.

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February 09, 2014, 08:59:34 PM
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maybe ill do the best of both worlds. maybe ill make my own brand of silver bars. ill just buy shot and build my own foundry and make my own bars out of it. i always wanted to get into that anyway and my rep here combined with my business idea may make my bars actually marketable. i could keep cost down and have an inexhaustible supply of perfectly fungible product.

but would the landlords let me build a foundry in the back yard.... hmm i could always ask i guess.

1 oz ANON Silver bars. DOPE!

well they would be 10oz bars cuz i dont have time to sit and pour 1 oz bars but they would definitely be DOPE!

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February 09, 2014, 09:06:08 PM
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yeah 10oz is 10x doper.

I wonder how much arbitrage there would be from NXT price including shipping, to retail pricing. I'm guessing not much once you started making a deserved profit on this.

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February 09, 2014, 09:19:09 PM
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yeah 10oz is 10x doper.

I wonder how much arbitrage there would be from NXT price including shipping, to retail pricing. I'm guessing not much once you started making a deserved profit on this.


its just something i would have to figure out with trial and error. hopefully not too much error. i would be trying my hardest to compete with amagi prices but thats going to be hard because i will likely have to turn the nxt into bitcoin, the bitcoin into dollars and the dollars into silver. every one of those stages the counter party is going to want some premium. by making my own bars though i may be able to pull it off.

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February 09, 2014, 10:04:17 PM
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I'm not familiar with ripple but a cursory look suggests that the actual gateways between fiat and xrp are companies like bitstamp which either are registered MSBs or are not in US jurisdiction.  Also recent arrests of regular bitcoin sellers in Florida for failing to follow MSB regulations shows the dangers of even doing things P2P. Calling things tokens etc while the real meaning is something else will only make it seem like you are actively trying to dodge the law.  Why not just be a PM sales company that accepts Nxt as payment and pays with Nxt for silver.
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February 09, 2014, 10:15:23 PM
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I'm not familiar with ripple but a cursory look suggests that the actual gateways between fiat and xrp are companies like bitstamp which either are registered MSBs or are not in US jurisdiction.  Also recent arrests of regular bitcoin sellers in Florida for failing to follow MSB regulations shows the dangers of even doing things P2P. Calling things tokens etc while the real meaning is something else will only make it seem like you are actively trying to dodge the law.  Why not just be a PM sales company that accepts Nxt as payment and pays with Nxt for silver.

Because decentralized asset exchange is a core feature. Once we get this ball rolling down hill and everyone is doing it these laws will be unenforceable. The hard part is just getting that ball rolling. others are doing it also https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=430998 this is going to be the next big thing in the crypto space.

again though any idea what the implications wuold be if i purposefully made no guarantees to honour any arrangements?

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February 09, 2014, 10:28:05 PM
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Thumbs up for the brave people getting it done.  You were asking the questions so I thought I'd share the info that I know.  Decentralized physical assets will have the weak point of the person or company holding and handling the physical items.  If you are choosing to be that person be cautious.
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February 09, 2014, 10:31:54 PM
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Thumbs up for the brave people getting it done.  You were asking the questions so I thought I'd share the info that I know.  Decentralized physical assets will have the weak point of the person or company holding and handling the physical items.  If you are choosing to be that person be cautious.

yea i would be lying if i said it wasn't terrifying. ill just get the license if I can.

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February 09, 2014, 11:15:12 PM
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sounds interesting!

silver seems legit Wink

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