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December 04, 2020, 07:21:04 PM
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Are there any collectors out there for this?

I might have some 1/5/10/25 BTC coins (also some with the "CASACIUS" misprint).
Looking to maybe turn some of these potential coins around Smiley

Located in the EU, so sadly ungraded.
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December 06, 2020, 05:07:36 PM
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Are there any collectors out there for this?

I might have some 1/5/10/25 BTC coins (also some with the "CASACIUS" misprint).
Looking to maybe turn some of these potential coins around Smiley

Located in the EU, so sadly ungraded.
You definitely came to the right place. We have everything a seller could ever need.. buyers for loaded coins, peeled coins, trusted escrows, and even courier services..

We do however require that you post pictures of the coins with your username, the date, the most recent block height and the last 5 or 6 digits of the block's hash. With bitcoin hitting the news cycle again there are just too many dangers out there for both buyers and sellers. We try to keep everyone safe and proper here.

Never move off of the forum for escrow or any private matters.. telegram and whatsapp are ripe with spoofers and scammers. They watch the forums and they know who they need to impersonate to attempt to separate you from your coins. Just don't let it happen.

With all that said [INFO]The Canary Thread is looking for a peeled Casascius 10BTC.
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December 06, 2020, 08:56:59 PM
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Am I right that you are german aswell?
Ur nickname sounds familiar to me, was browsing through some old posts on the german local board and saw that you were selling these coins at Room77.  Wink

Would be great to get in contact with you to discuss a few things. Smiley Glad to see ppl like you again here!

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December 07, 2020, 01:12:14 AM
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Glad to see ppl like you again here!

Yes, 2weiX was one of the common names around the forum back in 2011. Seeing members welcome him here like a newbie I went ahead and left him a positive trust rating he likely would have earned 9 years ago had there been an option.

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December 07, 2020, 02:25:07 AM
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Glad to see ppl like you again here!

Yes, 2weiX was one of the common names around the forum back in 2011. Seeing members welcome him here like a newbie I went ahead and left him a positive trust rating he likely would have earned 9 years ago had there been an option.

Shut up you ass kisser!!  Nobody is treating anyone like a newbie.  You are the last person to talk about being welcoming anyone you scumbag scammer.  They have had plenty of people to reach out to them offering help which you did not do.... you just showed up with one of your snide comments pretending to be a good guy.  No matter how much you pretend OG.... you'll never be a good guy.  Seriously, just go away.
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December 07, 2020, 03:57:00 AM
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Glad to see ppl like you again here!

Yes, 2weiX was one of the common names around the forum back in 2011. Seeing members welcome him here like a newbie I went ahead and left him a positive trust rating he likely would have earned 9 years ago had there been an option.
I'd read every post in here 100x over and respect them more than you blindly giving trust to an early account that hasn't posted in two years, has the "recently woke up from inactivity" flair in their trust, and comes in flaunting the possibility of coins worth $19k up to $475k without pictures or proof.

With new buyers entering the space (Est2013 seems to be one and interested here) we need to be pushing the "Verify, don't trust" way of doing things here, which in this case is completely ass backwards to what you're preaching with your post in this thread.

Sure leave him trust, nothing wrong with that but flaunting it in this thread making newbies think they should trust him with zero proof of coins. Wrong. We don't do that here.
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December 07, 2020, 06:19:59 AM
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Yes, 2weiX was one of the common names around the forum back in 2011. Seeing members welcome him here like a newbie I went ahead and left him a positive trust rating he likely would have earned 9 years ago had there been an option.

I think a positive Trust rating was a little bit to fast, even if he deserved it.
2weiX is an old well known user from here who has sold any coins in the past. I would trust him, but he was inactive since 11/2018 and his account become a PW reset in 12/2019 and now, one year later, he make a first post.

Source: https://bpip.org/Profile?id=18595

I think the best way can be a signed message with a old BTC Address. Then we can trust him without restrictions. After all, this offer is about coins worth $19k up to $475k without pictures or proof at this time.

@2weiX
Can you sign a Message with your old Vanity Address 12weixK5ttMdjeoQgdGca9mKMKxkCxZkBG as a proof of your identity?

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January 10, 2021, 07:52:09 AM
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Yes, 2weiX was one of the common names around the forum back in 2011. Seeing members welcome him here like a newbie I went ahead and left him a positive trust rating he likely would have earned 9 years ago had there been an option.

I think a positive Trust rating was a little bit to fast, even if he deserved it.
2weiX is an old well known user from here who has sold any coins in the past. I would trust him, but he was inactive since 11/2018 and his account become a PW reset in 12/2019 and now, one year later, he make a first post.

Source: https://bpip.org/Profile?id=18595

I think the best way can be a signed message with a old BTC Address. Then we can trust him without restrictions. After all, this offer is about coins worth $19k up to $475k without pictures or proof at this time.

@2weiX
Can you sign a Message with your old Vanity Address 12weixK5ttMdjeoQgdGca9mKMKxkCxZkBG as a proof of your identity?


Sadly, no.
This has been loong discarded.

All I can say for now is "it's me" but I realize that doesn't help Wink

Should serious interest arise I am more than happy to disclose IRL ID to the purchaser and have some other old-timers vouch for me (or even set up a short call with a mod of this forum and have them ascertain my ID).
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March 25, 2021, 07:37:34 AM
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25 BTC Casascius Coin 2011, One of Eighteen from that year remaining.

Images: https://imgur.com/a/EGLNQho

Up for auction on Easter Saturday in the NFT Auctions Telegram Channel [1] where last week an FDCARD sold for 45.000$[2]


[1] https://t.me/nftauctions
[2] https://twitter.com/rarepepenews/status/1373590629935026178

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Images: https://imgur.com/a/EGLNQho

Up for auction on Easter Saturday in the NFT Auctions Telegram Channel [1] where last week an FDCARD sold for 45.000$[2]


Yeah, thats not really helping your cause.

Name and date next to the coin would be a good start. Auction on this board instead of moving peeps to telegram would solidify it.
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March 27, 2021, 01:22:27 PM
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Images: https://imgur.com/a/EGLNQho

Up for auction on Easter Saturday in the NFT Auctions Telegram Channel [1] where last week an FDCARD sold for 45.000$[2]


Yeah, thats not really helping your cause.

Name and date next to the coin would be a good start. Auction on this board instead of moving peeps to telegram would solidify it.

Just relaying the info, if not for your bidding, then to further price discovery.
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March 29, 2021, 09:09:41 PM
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Should serious interest arise I am more than happy to disclose IRL ID to the purchaser and have some other old-timers vouch for me (or even set up a short call with a mod of this forum and have them ascertain my ID).

Catch 22. Need the basic verification in order to garner serious interest. Just take a quick picture of the coins next to newspaper timestamp and username.

All the other authentication methods you mentioned are incredibly scammy and don’t seem to fit the bill for someone who has been in Bitcoin since 2011. Don’t trust, verify.

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