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September 12, 2020, 06:00:12 AM
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I mean really??? he shared his email address, cant trust him in a free raffle...
Yea it's not just your email address.. your full address is on display and you're putting you and your family's lives in danger. You might think I'm being a "pompous ass" but I'm trying to help you protect yourself from the real assholes in this world.

Also as I had said before if newbies to the board start seeing your threads and thinking that this is some sort of "norm" they might accidentally dox themselves and the other party thinking it is alright. There's people lurking our board collecting this information whether it be bitcoin addresses, transaction id's, doxxes.. anything they can tie to someone. If you want to see how easy it is to throw a humongous wrench into someone's daily life browse this thread.
(This was enabled to happen just due to an alleged email address leak.)

Dox yourself over a 28 euro story that no one gives a fuck about. You do you bud, but it ain't a good look.

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September 12, 2020, 06:11:20 AM
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I mean really??? he shared his email address, cant trust him in a free raffle...
Yea it's not just your email address.. your full address is on display and you're putting you and your family's lives in danger. You might think I'm being a "pompous ass" but I'm trying to help you protect yourself from the real assholes in this world.

Also as I had said before if newbies to the board start seeing your threads and thinking that this is some sort of "norm" they might accidentally dox themselves and the other party thinking it is alright. There's people lurking our board collecting this information whether it be bitcoin addresses, transaction id's, doxxes.. anything they can tie to someone. If you want to see how easy it is to throw a humongous wrench into someone's daily life browse this thread.

Dox yourself over a 28 euro story that no one gives a fuck about. You do you bud, but it ain't a good look.


The address is my businesses address - my company name and EIN is listed here on the forums - anyone can look up that address easily enough. And with my business information being public, yes it could be easily determined my personal information as well. However, my family's lives are not in danger though, not anymore than anyone else's, thanks for pretending like you care. Because the way you state it - it comes across more as a threat than a piece of advice. I pity anyone setting foot on any property of mine - business or personal with ill intent. I don't live in a pansy ass, run for your life, can't defend yourself because you will be prosecuted state. Someone steps foot on my property with the intent to commit a crime and I or anyone who is lawfully on the property feels threatened - that person, who does not belong there will be put down and there will be no legal issues whatsoever that will come from it.

And no - you are not trying to help - I legitimately cannot recall one post you ever tried to help anyone. Anything you say that could possibly have been remotely helpful is clouded and ruined by your arrogance.



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sure why not? you did it first Smiley And in typical TeeGUMES fashion more name calling. Heck, my very first interaction with you ever was you calling me some sort of profane name and threatening me with red trust. You are simply a bully. And one I will no longer entertain.

now, we have digressed enough.

Do you have input as to how I should handle this with the Austrian Post? I have already sent an email to them letting them know that the original order arrived and asking if they would prefer that I "repay" the amount that was already refunded to me and asking what I should do about the 2nd order that is incoming. I am truly confused as to why they would send a replacement once a claim was made and I was reimbursed.







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now, we have digressed enough.

Do you have input as to how I should handle this with the Austrian Post? I have already sent an email to them letting them know that the original order arrived and asking if they would prefer that I "repay" the amount that was already refunded to me and asking what I should do about the 2nd order that is incoming. I am truly confused as to why they would send a replacement once a claim was made and I was reimbursed.

This has happened multiple times with people sending back their full orders and requesting refunds (hence sold out but not sold out).I think at this point they no longer want the headache and will eat the 28euro x2 cost. We're talking hundreds of stamps being immediately shipped back to Austria Post due to the security flaws in the production of their CS2 stamps.
The worst thing that could happen is that your address is flagged for purchasing of CS3.. but to be honest nobody is going to be too excited about those and you can always buy second hand from trusted members here.
Enjoy the free stamps, they made enough money through presales, release date sales, and 500euro stamps that will never be used to ship anything.
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September 12, 2020, 06:21:44 AM
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now, we have digressed enough.

Do you have input as to how I should handle this with the Austrian Post? I have already sent an email to them letting them know that the original order arrived and asking if they would prefer that I "repay" the amount that was already refunded to me and asking what I should do about the 2nd order that is incoming. I am truly confused as to why they would send a replacement once a claim was made and I was reimbursed.

This has happened multiple times with people sending back their full orders and requesting refunds (hence sold out but not sold out).I think at this point they no longer want the headache and will eat the 28euro x2 cost. We're talking hundreds of stamps being immediately shipped back to Austria Post due to the security flaws in the production of their CS2 stamps.
The worst thing that could happen is that your address is flagged for purchasing of CS3.. but to be honest nobody is going to be too excited about those and you can always buy second hand from trusted members here.
Enjoy the free stamps, they made enough money through presales, release date sales, and 500euro stamps that will never be used to ship anything.

Agreed - I just am curious why they would bother to send the second set - with the first set assumed lost and that they had already refunded me. I would have figured they would cut the losses there.

I do find it interesting that they have stamps left to even send me - it was my understanding that all were sold out - but you mention returns so maybe the second batch will just be what someone has already skimmed and returned?

Also, after looking at the package a bit more - I noticed that they sent it to Hudson, NY not Hudson, FL  --- that might be why it took so long to get to me.

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I’m too lazy to dig in to this massive thread, so apologies I’m sure this has been covered here already , but was curious how the gold gram/crypto stamp special deal were acquired.. random, redemption, or were they simply for sale outright at some point? Gracias.

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September 13, 2020, 10:47:26 AM
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I’m too lazy to dig in to this massive thread, so apologies I’m sure this has been covered here already , but was curious how the gold gram/crypto stamp special deal were acquired.. random, redemption, or were they simply for sale outright at some point? Gracias.

500 pieces were sold through the Austria post on-line shop for €500 each (sold out within the first 30 minutes).

The rest 499 are being given away through various competitions. Currently, running competitions are (might be more, but I am only aware of those):

1) scan QR codes in different physical post office locations in Austria, and fill a competition form. 2) Weekly draws, based on the online digital token "collections" (you have to check every week your digital stamp collection, and redeem the "golden unicorn" within that week period, in case you won one).
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September 13, 2020, 12:03:41 PM
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I’m too lazy to dig in to this massive thread, so apologies I’m sure this has been covered here already , but was curious how the gold gram/crypto stamp special deal were acquired.. random, redemption, or were they simply for sale outright at some point? Gracias.

500 pieces were sold through the Austria post on-line shop for €500 each (sold out within the first 30 minutes).

The rest 499 are being given away through various competitions. Currently, running competitions are (might be more, but I am only aware of those):

1) scan QR codes in different physical post office locations in Austria, and fill a competition form. 2) Weekly draws, based on the online digital token "collections" (you have to check every week your digital stamp collection, and redeem the "golden unicorn" within that week period, in case you won one).

Thx bud! Just read a little about these. They state these have a nominal value of 50,000 euro cents..what does that mean exactly? Could take that a number of ways.

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September 13, 2020, 12:09:38 PM
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I’m too lazy to dig in to this massive thread, so apologies I’m sure this has been covered here already , but was curious how the gold gram/crypto stamp special deal were acquired.. random, redemption, or were they simply for sale outright at some point? Gracias.

500 pieces were sold through the Austria post on-line shop for €500 each (sold out within the first 30 minutes).

The rest 499 are being given away through various competitions. Currently, running competitions are (might be more, but I am only aware of those):

1) scan QR codes in different physical post office locations in Austria, and fill a competition form. 2) Weekly draws, based on the online digital token "collections" (you have to check every week your digital stamp collection, and redeem the "golden unicorn" within that week period, in case you won one).

Thx bud! Just read a little about these. They state these have a nominal value of 50,000 euro cents..what does that mean exactly? Could take that a number of ways.

50,000 euro cents = 500 Euro.

This is a valid stamp, accepted by the Austrian post office.

Theoretically, you can use this stamp to pay for up to €500 shipping fees (ie. send a parcel through the Austrian post office) Cheesy
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I’m too lazy to dig in to this massive thread, so apologies I’m sure this has been covered here already , but was curious how the gold gram/crypto stamp special deal were acquired.. random, redemption, or were they simply for sale outright at some point? Gracias.

500 pieces were sold through the Austria post on-line shop for €500 each (sold out within the first 30 minutes).

The rest 499 are being given away through various competitions. Currently, running competitions are (might be more, but I am only aware of those):

1) scan QR codes in different physical post office locations in Austria, and fill a competition form. 2) Weekly draws, based on the online digital token "collections" (you have to check every week your digital stamp collection, and redeem the "golden unicorn" within that week period, in case you won one).

Thx bud! Just read a little about these. They state these have a nominal value of 50,000 euro cents..what does that mean exactly? Could take that a number of ways.

50,000 euro cents = 500 Euro.

This is a valid stamp, accepted by the Austrian post office.

Theoretically, you can use this stamp to pay for up to €500 shipping fees (ie. send a parcel through the Austrian post office) Cheesy

Plus 70 bucks for the gold, so they’re losing money on this? That’s why I was questioning it

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I’m too lazy to dig in to this massive thread, so apologies I’m sure this has been covered here already , but was curious how the gold gram/crypto stamp special deal were acquired.. random, redemption, or were they simply for sale outright at some point? Gracias.

500 pieces were sold through the Austria post on-line shop for €500 each (sold out within the first 30 minutes).

The rest 499 are being given away through various competitions. Currently, running competitions are (might be more, but I am only aware of those):

1) scan QR codes in different physical post office locations in Austria, and fill a competition form. 2) Weekly draws, based on the online digital token "collections" (you have to check every week your digital stamp collection, and redeem the "golden unicorn" within that week period, in case you won one).

Thx bud! Just read a little about these. They state these have a nominal value of 50,000 euro cents..what does that mean exactly? Could take that a number of ways.

50,000 euro cents = 500 Euro.

This is a valid stamp, accepted by the Austrian post office.

Theoretically, you can use this stamp to pay for up to €500 shipping fees (ie. send a parcel through the Austrian post office) Cheesy

Plus 70 bucks for the gold, so they’re losing money on this? That’s why I was questioning it

I guess, they rely on the fact that this is a collectible item, and almost no one is going to (actually) use it to dispatch items with. So, they are selling 500 Euro stamps, that very few will "redeem" the service value of it.
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50,000 euro cents = 500 Euro.

This is a valid stamp, accepted by the Austrian post office.

Theoretically, you can use this stamp to pay for up to €500 shipping fees (ie. send a parcel through the Austrian post office) Cheesy

Plus 70 bucks for the gold, so they’re losing money on this? That’s why I was questioning it

I guess, they rely on the fact that this is a collectible item, and almost no one is going to (actually) use it to dispatch items with. So, they are selling 500 Euro stamps, that very few will "redeem" the service value of it.

But still, those 500 Euro are not gone from the books. They have to keep them in accounting records and can't use them for something else. But I also agree, that they make profits from selling products/services, where most people won't use them, in this case the crypto stamps.  It's like people buying vouchers from a company and never use them. Grin
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500 pieces were sold through the Austria post on-line shop for €500 each (sold out within the first 30 minutes).

The rest 499 are being given away through various competitions. Currently, running competitions are (might be more, but I am only aware of those):

1) scan QR codes in different physical post office locations in Austria, and fill a competition form. 2) Weekly draws, based on the online digital token "collections" (you have to check every week your digital stamp collection, and redeem the "golden unicorn" within that week period, in case you won one).

Yes, I won one in the onchain raffle. I randomly checked my collection a few weeks ago after reading this thread, and WOW, I had one sitting there waiting. I filled it out and what not, but nothing yet from the post. On the other onchain stamps I redeemed, they send me "Invoices" showing the amounts and card types, and the first one I got told me I had to wire them 99 EUR ... I was like, what? So @Jcga informed me it was an error, and now the invoices come with a big X over the part that says to send them the $.... This is such a yearly clusterfuck, I think I'm out this time. With ALL of the problems these 2.0 stamps have had, it's hard to say/see what next year/3.0 will look like.  Huh

I wonder how many people missed the unicorns in their collections and lost out.... And what happened to them if not redeemed? So many questions  Roll Eyes

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I wonder how many people missed the unicorns in their collections and lost out.... And what happened to them if not redeemed? So many questions  Roll Eyes

I just created a collection cost $12 - tried to add the first stamp and its nearly $9 to add each one. This will be super expensive....


that said, if I go to https://crypto.post.at/wallet/<enter wallet address for stamp>

and click the button the side (no idea what it says)

it pops up a message: The golden unicorn was not found here

I am not sure but I wonder if this is a way to check to see if the physicals have a unicorn assigned? without having to pay the fees to add to a collection? I have almost 30 stamps - it would cost me over 200 USD to add them all and that is kind of crazy - or am I wrong and that should be expected?


edit - for the 16 that I am keeping (one of each animal for colors black, blue, yellow and green) it would cost .432157 eth to add them to my collection.

as I am not scanning the other 12 I have (4 have yet to arrive) I would assume the average cost to be about the same so would be an additional .324118 or basically .75 eth to add them all to my collection. Note the 12 that are extra will not be scanned to any collection if I ever do decide to scan the 16 others to a collection.

2nd edit - one of my Panda's has a 12 digit pass phrase where one of the words is 'satoshi'



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I wonder how many people missed the unicorns in their collections and lost out.... And what happened to them if not redeemed? So many questions  Roll Eyes

I just created a collection cost $12 - tried to add the first stamp and its nearly $9 to add each one. This will be super expensive....


that said, if I go to https://crypto.post.at/wallet/<enter wallet address for stamp>

and click the button the side (no idea what it says)

it pops up a message: The golden unicorn was not found here

I am not sure but I wonder if this is a way to check to see if the physicals have a unicorn assigned? without having to pay the fees to add to a collection? I have almost 30 stamps - it would cost me over 200 USD to add them all and that is kind of crazy - or am I wrong and that should be expected?


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You misunderstood how the crypto stamp golden unicorn (CSGU) onchain raffle works. The criteria are: you need a digital collection and at least one crypto stamp in it. That's so far the minimum. Every Thursday after midnight (CET), sometimes later, the system will randomly select collections for a CSGU. You need to connect your wallet with the Austrian crypto stamp site and check your collection. If you win, you can't miss the huge full page win message. You need to claim it before the next Wednesday by filling out the address data and signing the transaction (free). Transaction is set with 100 gwei, so if ETH network has higher gas price it can take few days for the smart contract to fulfill the transaction. As long at least pending transaction or better successful transaction, everything is fine. If you see the won CSGU in your collection, then you will get the physical CSGU counterpart. This raffle will end on the 5th of October 2020.

As you already know total mintage of the CSGU is 999 (500 physical sale Onlineshop, 299 Onchain Raffle, 200 physical Raffle). So far 154 of 299 Onchain Raffle CSGU have been distributed and about 25-30 of 200 of physical Raffle CSGU have been sent to winners. Another 100 of physical Raffle CSGU reserved for the scavenger hunt game (until 21st of September 2020).
Differences between Onchain Raffle (ID 0-298, marked outside with 390000-390298, rectangle packaging), Onlineshop (Physical Sale ID 499-998, square packaging) and physical Raffle CSGU (ID 299-498, marked outside with 390299-390498, rectangle packaging): Onlineshop and physical Raffle CSGU still have the NFT in their original physical counterpart wallet, whereas for the Onchain Raffle CSGU the wallet is empty because the NFT is minted directly into your collection after the win claim.

Really great from the Austrian Post to make 499 CSGU worth minimum 249,500 Euro (gold value not included) as gifts to CS collectors/enthusiasts.
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I wonder how many people missed the unicorns in their collections and lost out.... And what happened to them if not redeemed? So many questions  Roll Eyes

I just created a collection cost $12 - tried to add the first stamp and its nearly $9 to add each one. This will be super expensive....


that said, if I go to https://crypto.post.at/wallet/<enter wallet address for stamp>

and click the button the side (no idea what it says)

it pops up a message: The golden unicorn was not found here

I am not sure but I wonder if this is a way to check to see if the physicals have a unicorn assigned? without having to pay the fees to add to a collection? I have almost 30 stamps - it would cost me over 200 USD to add them all and that is kind of crazy - or am I wrong and that should be expected?


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You misunderstood how the crypto stamp golden unicorn (CSGU) onchain raffle works. The criteria are: you need a digital collection and at least one crypto stamp in it. That's so far the minimum. Every Thursday after midnight (CET), sometimes later, the system will randomly select collections for a CSGU. You need to connect your wallet with the Austrian crypto stamp site and check your collection. If you win, you can't miss the huge full page win message. You need to claim it before the next Wednesday by filling out the address data and signing the transaction (free). Transaction is set with 100 gwei, so if ETH network has higher gas price it can take few days for the smart contract to fulfill the transaction. As long at least pending transaction or better successful transaction, everything is fine. If you see the won CSGU in your collection, then you will get the physical CSGU counterpart. This raffle will end on the 5th of October 2020.

As you already know total mintage of the CSGU is 999 (500 physical sale Onlineshop, 299 Onchain Raffle, 200 physical Raffle). So far 154 of 299 Onchain Raffle CSGU have been distributed and about 25-30 of 200 of physical Raffle CSGU have been sent to winners. Another 100 of physical Raffle CSGU reserved for the scavenger hunt game (until 21st of September 2020).
Differences between Onchain Raffle (ID 0-298, marked outside with 390000-390298, rectangle packaging), Onlineshop (Physical Sale ID 499-998, square packaging) and physical Raffle CSGU (ID 299-498, marked outside with 390299-390498, rectangle packaging): Onlineshop and physical Raffle CSGU still have the NFT in their original physical counterpart wallet, whereas for the Onchain Raffle CSGU the wallet is empty because the NFT is minted directly into your collection after the win claim.

Really great from the Austrian Post to make 499 CSGU worth minimum 249,500 Euro (gold value not included) as gifts to CS collectors/enthusiasts.

ok I thought I might have did it wrong - I just dont see the logic in paying so much just to add it to a collection, nearly doubles the cost of each stamp. but if there is a chance to win the golden one.... maybe worth it.

one question - if you add it to your collection - is there a way to xfer the onchain one if you, for example, sell the physical?


edit - well, hell I go ahead and xfer enough eth to wallet and go to start xferring the stamps - the cost to transfer went up nearly 20%....

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September 14, 2020, 01:34:16 AM
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I'm not sure why you just didn't buy an OCS stamp or two here:

https://crypto.post.at/onchainshop/

more info: https://crypto.post.at/how-it-works/#what_is_onchain

I think taciturn is saying you need an OCS stamp in your collection. Not sure about imported physicals. I do it in reverse. Buy onchain, then have the physicals sent to me via metamask. I don't recall it being super expensive, but maybe it was. The ETH network is really shitty lately, so many shit-tokens/contracts lol.

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I wonder how many people missed the unicorns in their collections and lost out.... And what happened to them if not redeemed? So many questions  Roll Eyes

I just created a collection cost $12 - tried to add the first stamp and its nearly $9 to add each one. This will be super expensive....


that said, if I go to https://crypto.post.at/wallet/<enter wallet address for stamp>

and click the button the side (no idea what it says)

it pops up a message: The golden unicorn was not found here

I am not sure but I wonder if this is a way to check to see if the physicals have a unicorn assigned? without having to pay the fees to add to a collection? I have almost 30 stamps - it would cost me over 200 USD to add them all and that is kind of crazy - or am I wrong and that should be expected?


...


You misunderstood how the crypto stamp golden unicorn (CSGU) onchain raffle works. The criteria are: you need a digital collection and at least one crypto stamp in it. That's so far the minimum. Every Thursday after midnight (CET), sometimes later, the system will randomly select collections for a CSGU. You need to connect your wallet with the Austrian crypto stamp site and check your collection. If you win, you can't miss the huge full page win message. You need to claim it before the next Wednesday by filling out the address data and signing the transaction (free). Transaction is set with 100 gwei, so if ETH network has higher gas price it can take few days for the smart contract to fulfill the transaction. As long at least pending transaction or better successful transaction, everything is fine. If you see the won CSGU in your collection, then you will get the physical CSGU counterpart. This raffle will end on the 5th of October 2020.

As you already know total mintage of the CSGU is 999 (500 physical sale Onlineshop, 299 Onchain Raffle, 200 physical Raffle). So far 154 of 299 Onchain Raffle CSGU have been distributed and about 25-30 of 200 of physical Raffle CSGU have been sent to winners. Another 100 of physical Raffle CSGU reserved for the scavenger hunt game (until 21st of September 2020).
Differences between Onchain Raffle (ID 0-298, marked outside with 390000-390298, rectangle packaging), Onlineshop (Physical Sale ID 499-998, square packaging) and physical Raffle CSGU (ID 299-498, marked outside with 390299-390498, rectangle packaging): Onlineshop and physical Raffle CSGU still have the NFT in their original physical counterpart wallet, whereas for the Onchain Raffle CSGU the wallet is empty because the NFT is minted directly into your collection after the win claim.

Really great from the Austrian Post to make 499 CSGU worth minimum 249,500 Euro (gold value not included) as gifts to CS collectors/enthusiasts.

ok I thought I might have did it wrong - I just dont see the logic in paying so much just to add it to a collection, nearly doubles the cost of each stamp. but if there is a chance to win the golden one.... maybe worth it.

one question - if you add it to your collection - is there a way to xfer the onchain one if you, for example, sell the physical?


edit - well, hell I go ahead and xfer enough eth to wallet and go to start xferring the stamps - the cost to transfer went up nearly 20%....

Yeah, unfortunately it depends much on the ETH gas situation. At the moment all NFTs suffer from high gas costs.

Of course you can sell physical stamp and NFT separately. For OCS (onchain CS) you can request physical counterpart online (costs gas again), but if you sell/transfer the OCS you can't request it anymore.
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September 14, 2020, 01:43:01 AM
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I'm not sure why you just didn't buy an OCS stamp or two here:

https://crypto.post.at/onchainshop/

more info: https://crypto.post.at/how-it-works/#what_is_onchain

I think taciturn is saying you need an OCS stamp in your collection. Not sure about imported physicals. I do it in reverse. Buy onchain, then have the physicals sent to me via metamask. I don't recall it being super expensive, but maybe it was. The ETH network is really shitty lately, so many shit-tokens/contracts lol.


to be honest - I have zero experience with ethereum or the onchain store and did not understand the difference when purchasing - someone had posted the link to where I could pre-purchase them and I did - it just so happened it was physicals - I looked at buying the on chain ones now - and its nearly the same price as xferring the physicals nearly $12 euros each

tell me this if I buy on-chain ones, do they automatically send me the physical ones? do I have to request them? And is there a cost associated to getting the physical ones after buying on-chain ones?


edit - after reading the response right before mine - I think I will just hold onto the physicals - periodically checking gas prices and eventually redeem them when its reasonable. Sadly, this will remove any chance of winning one of the golden unicorns - though I assume that chance is slim anyways. And I wasted $15 to create the empty collection lol

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September 14, 2020, 01:46:38 AM
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I'm not sure why you just didn't buy an OCS stamp or two here:

https://crypto.post.at/onchainshop/

more info: https://crypto.post.at/how-it-works/#what_is_onchain

I think taciturn is saying you need an OCS stamp in your collection. Not sure about imported physicals. I do it in reverse. Buy onchain, then have the physicals sent to me via metamask. I don't recall it being super expensive, but maybe it was. The ETH network is really shitty lately, so many shit-tokens/contracts lol.


Not necessary to be a OCS to participate in the Onchain raffle, normal physical also works. But I agree, with all the CS2 hassles and security problems, the OCS2.0 are the safest and best anyway. It does not matter if the physical counterpart has also the same security issue, because it does not have private phrases (seed), instead it has a standard German sentence for all OCS: "sammle achievements und begib dich auf die jagd nach dem goldenen einhorn" (translation: collect achievements and go hunt for the golden unicorn).
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September 14, 2020, 01:50:25 AM
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I'm not sure why you just didn't buy an OCS stamp or two here:

https://crypto.post.at/onchainshop/

more info: https://crypto.post.at/how-it-works/#what_is_onchain

I think taciturn is saying you need an OCS stamp in your collection. Not sure about imported physicals. I do it in reverse. Buy onchain, then have the physicals sent to me via metamask. I don't recall it being super expensive, but maybe it was. The ETH network is really shitty lately, so many shit-tokens/contracts lol.


to be honest - I have zero experience with ethereum or the onchain store and did not understand the difference when purchasing - someone had posted the link to where I could pre-purchase them and I did - it just so happened it was physicals - I looked at buying the on chain ones now - and its nearly the same price as xferring the physicals nearly $12 euros each

tell me this if I buy on-chain ones, do they automatically send me the physical ones? do I have to request them? And is there a cost associated to getting the physical ones after buying on-chain ones?


edit - after reading the response right before mine - I think I will just hold onto the physicals - periodically checking gas prices and eventually redeem them when its reasonable. Sadly, this will remove any chance of winning one of the golden unicorns - though I assume that chance is slim anyways. And I wasted $15 to create the empty collection lol

you already created a collection, so try to transfer or buy at least one crypto stamp into the collection for qualifying for the onchain raffle. The chance to win a golden unicorn is about 15% each week. 3 weeks left. ;-)

The difference between onchain crypto stamp (OCS) and the normal physical CS is, that for the onchain you will have the NFT first and can request any time the physical counterpart (unfortunately you need to pay gas for every steps). Whereas the physical CS, you will have the physical stamp first but the NFT is not minted yet. Minting the NFT into a collection or wallet of course would cost gas again.

In the beginning it was free using the physical CS to create the first collection and mint the first CS. But the budget has been exhausted by few egoistic people because they created many free collections and NFTs for the onchain raffle.
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