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December 20, 2013, 04:24:24 AM

Didn't the last private company to mint gold coins got shut down by the USA and have all their gold confiscated?

He was supposedly counterfeiting US dollars. That is not all what is going on here.

No, it was not counterfeiting US dollars. It made a coin made out of solid gold and the IRS argued that is counterfeiting because someone might confuse it for a "real dollar"

you do not know what you are talking about. trust me, this is not the same issue.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liberty_Dollar

They accused him of everything from counterfeiting to terrorism.

You don't know what you are talking about.

This is Fincen stretching their jurisdiction pretty far to see what happens. This is a completely new interpretation of federal Money Transmitter laws at play here in regard to cascascius coins
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September 19, 2014, 07:12:05 PM

This coin is now 400k $ lol

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September 20, 2014, 02:38:31 PM

Expensive as fuck coin! i cant imagine the value of this in 20 years
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September 20, 2014, 03:01:30 PM

This coin is now 400k $ lol
If memory serves, one of these once sold for one million dollars from chaang noi to a private collector.

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September 20, 2014, 03:03:49 PM

This coin is now 400k $ lol
If memory serves, one of these once sold for one million dollars from chaang noi to a private collector.
Do you know what the price of bitcoin was at the time?
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September 20, 2014, 11:08:54 PM

This coin is now 400k $ lol
If memory serves, one of these once sold for one million dollars from chaang noi to a private collector.
Do you know what the price of bitcoin was at the time?

Over $1000 at least.

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September 21, 2014, 08:55:26 AM

Was this coin sold?
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September 21, 2014, 11:50:47 AM

This coin is now 400k $ lol
If memory serves, one of these once sold for one million dollars from chaang noi to a private collector.
Do you know what the price of bitcoin was at the time?

Over $1000 at least.
I was very skeptical of your response, so I did a little digging. Look in the quotes in this post. He says it was less than $1,000 at the time, which was later deleted, but is preserved because someone quoted it. It was also the first 1,000 BTC coin ever made.
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September 21, 2014, 12:16:15 PM

Good god! Just imagine centuries from now, people will be digging this out, and muttering about how technologically advanced we were. Tongue
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September 21, 2014, 08:15:26 PM

I really want to know if someone bought one of these.

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September 23, 2014, 01:57:17 AM

I was very skeptical of your response, so I did a little digging. Look in the quotes in this post. He says it was less than $1,000 at the time, which was later deleted, but is preserved because someone quoted it. It was also the first 1,000 BTC coin ever made.

Good to know, thanks for digging Smiley

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September 23, 2014, 02:12:58 AM

I really want to know if someone bought one of these.
5 sold, and 3 still intact, as far as I know:
http://casascius.uberbills.com/
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May 20, 2016, 11:18:03 AM

I know this is a really old thread to revive but i just seen a link to it on another post and had to post what a beautiful piece of history this coin has, 1 rumoured to sell for $1,000,000.
Is there anymore of these if someone wanted, unfortunately not me.

I don't think many would mind seeing this again anyway.

 

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May 20, 2016, 12:29:04 PM

I know this is a really old thread to revive but i just seen a link to it on another post and had to post what a beautiful piece of history this coin has, 1 rumoured to sell for $1,000,000.
Is there anymore of these if someone wanted, unfortunately not me.

I don't think many would mind seeing this again anyway.

It really is a beautiful piece of bitcoin history. You could say that about this thread itself. It's face value, when loaded, would be 5 million, not counting the gold, the rarity, the type of coin, and collectors value. Wow!

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May 20, 2016, 12:35:18 PM

I know this is a really old thread to revive but i just seen a link to it on another post and had to post what a beautiful piece of history this coin has, 1 rumoured to sell for $1,000,000.
Is there anymore of these if someone wanted, unfortunately not me.

I don't think many would mind seeing this again anyway.

It really is a beautiful piece of bitcoin history. You could say that about this thread itself. It's face value, when loaded, would be 5 million, not counting the gold, the rarity, the type of coin, and collectors value. Wow!
Just it's face value worth $5 million, in what currency?

At today's rates it's face value would be about $440,000 USD by my calculations.
Collectors and rarity value would add a bit, then the gold itself would add more but i can't see anyone paying $5mil for one.

 

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May 21, 2016, 02:19:13 AM

I know this is a really old thread to revive but i just seen a link to it on another post and had to post what a beautiful piece of history this coin has, 1 rumoured to sell for $1,000,000.
Is there anymore of these if someone wanted, unfortunately not me.

I don't think many would mind seeing this again anyway.

It really is a beautiful piece of bitcoin history. You could say that about this thread itself. It's face value, when loaded, would be 5 million, not counting the gold, the rarity, the type of coin, and collectors value. Wow!
Just it's face value worth $5 million, in what currency?

At today's rates it's face value would be about $440,000 USD by my calculations.
Collectors and rarity value would add a bit, then the gold itself would add more but i can't see anyone paying $5mil for one.

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May 21, 2016, 05:53:16 PM

Now Here:



A real charming 1 ounce gold coin with 1000 bitcoins.

DIAMETER: 30mm

COST: $200 premium over gold spot price (subject to a $1850 per coin reserve), plus shipping, plus you provide the 1000 BTC.  Complete with BTC, this is approximately a $5000 coin.  Shipping is via Registered Mail with insurance.

I will need 3 business days to fill orders.  The coin comes with a gift box and 39mm capsule, including a custom-made Bitcoin-themed acrylic ring to fill the unused space in the capsule.

I will be accepting either BTC or USD wire transfer for this item.  To do this, I had to prepay the gold, which has gone down recently, I am putting my faith in gold going back up and therefore selling subject to a reserve.  This is a coin I am having made on demand, and it doesn't make sense for me to pick up a coin to sell it at a loss.  I need to get at least $1850 per coin, so if gold spot plus $200 is less than $1850, then the coin is not currently for sale (or else is available at $1850 plus BTC and shipping).  This may be the lowest price at which this coin will ever be available.

If you want to pay by USD wire, I can buy your 1000 BTC on your behalf and you pay the actual cost for me to buy it at MtGox.

To order: PM me.  I will provide you a signed agreement to deliver your coin subject to payment.

Registered Mail is the most secure shipping service offered by the US Postal Service, meant for shipping precious metals, gems, and currency.  It comes with full replacement insurance, and each shipment has a full chain of custody from shipment to receipt.  Picking up Registered Mail always requires photo ID.  Approximate cost to ship in the US is $23.00.

Back of coin: Firstbits are discreetly lasered into the top of the coin.  No inkjet, no window.


this is old post,and i dont see this post when posted for first time,its crazy if i buy this casascius in $1850,and safe it until this year,and the price will blow up to $443.000 and that crazy profit with small thing,and this only can happen in bitcoin world,one coin have value up to $443.000
amazing!

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May 30, 2016, 08:32:58 PM

This coin is very rare so if one would be auctioned (at Christies rather than eBay) it would fetch far more than the gold and bitcoin price combined. Many multitudes more.
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July 04, 2016, 09:44:38 PM

If anyone wants to make an offer, I know someone who owns one.

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July 04, 2016, 10:51:17 PM

If anyone wants to make an offer, I know someone who owns one.
Are all the 1000btc coins the same as the one in the pic above, that looks like a "error" coin to me

 

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