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Author Topic: AUCTION: 2014 CryptoVest Special First Edition Physical Litecoin  (Read 1093 times)
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May 30, 2014, 10:47:10 AM
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Wow paying this much for a coin that was sold for a few bucks and has 1 LTC on it by the originator who has basically confessed to being bankrupt and has the private codes( not the thread poster).  At least JeffersonAirplane is going to get stuck with it.

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May 30, 2014, 04:44:41 PM
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First off where do you get they went bankrupt from the founder of CryptoVest clearly stated they stopped making Litecoins because of ideological differences with the Litecoin Devs and if you are that concerned about the private keys then just buy the coin withdraw the LTC and make a new paper wallet to put in the coin that will void the CoA but if you are that worried about it the extra security would be welcome oh and on a side note only about 25 mins left in the Auction
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May 30, 2014, 04:52:25 PM
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First off where do you get they went bankrupt from the founder of CryptoVest clearly stated they stopped making Litecoins because of ideological differences with the Litecoin Devs and if you are that concerned about the private keys then just buy the coin withdraw the LTC and make a new paper wallet to put in the coin that will void the CoA but if you are that worried about it the extra security would be welcome oh and on a side note only about 25 mins left in the Auction

Owner of CryptoVest and clearly states he has no reserves, also found out he could not afford the costs in his sales thread - research his past posts.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=289668.msg5449688#msg5449688

Alright you are suggesting to cash out the LTC and voided the coin with the foil, but keep the coin and reload it, so you are telling someone to make their coin you are selling as a collectors item worthless?

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May 30, 2014, 05:37:04 PM
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First off where do you get they went bankrupt from the founder of CryptoVest clearly stated they stopped making Litecoins because of ideological differences with the Litecoin Devs and if you are that concerned about the private keys then just buy the coin withdraw the LTC and make a new paper wallet to put in the coin that will void the CoA but if you are that worried about it the extra security would be welcome oh and on a side note only about 25 mins left in the Auction

Owner of CryptoVest and clearly states he has no reserves, also found out he could not afford the costs in his sales thread - research his past posts.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=289668.msg5449688#msg5449688

Alright you are suggesting to cash out the LTC and voided the coin with the foil, but keep the coin and reload it, so you are telling someone to make their coin you are selling as a collectors item worthless?



A number of things.
Firstly, I don't think it's really right to try and hijack his auction. It's always up to the buyer to make his/her decision to bid on an item.
You are fully entitled to your view, but I think it's just a bit selfish to post on here.
Secondly, I'm certain that Will (CoinHoarder) would never do such a thing.
His information is public and he will never consider using any private keys. I bought some coins from him, and I'm pretty sure/trust him to have never kept a copy if them.
He does have it hard now with the way he cashed out of the BTC loan. As he has stated, he has been paying off the loan and therefore I think it's wrong to judge him like that.
He's a nice honest bloke who just hasn't had a string of luck. I really believe that he will pay off the loan and the bounty (he may have already) as he agreed. Yes, it may take a while, but at least he won't run off like others.
Good luck with the auction OP.
Really not trying to insult or be provocative, but please don't be so judgemental Smiley
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May 30, 2014, 05:39:39 PM
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A number of things.
Firstly, I don't think it's really right to try and hijack his auction. It's always up to the buyer to make his/her decision to bid on an item.
You are fully entitled to your view, but I think it's just a bit selfish to post on here.
Secondly, I'm certain that Will (CoinHoarder) would never do such a thing.
His information is public and he will never consider using any private keys. I bought some coins from him, and I'm pretty sure/trust him to have never kept a copy if them.
He does have it hard now with the way he cashed out of the BTC loan. As he has stated, he has been paying off the loan and therefore I think it's wrong to judge him like that.
He's a nice honest bloke who just hasn't had a string of luck. I really believe that he will pay off the loan and the bounty (he may have already) as he agreed. Yes, it may take a while, but at least he won't run off like others.
Good luck with the auction OP.
Really not trying to insult or be provocative, but please don't be so judgemental Smiley

Shouldnt the buyer know what he is getting? Also I think JeffersonAirplane is a jackoff but I was also warning others.
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May 30, 2014, 05:47:07 PM
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AUCTION OVER!!! Jefferson Wins!

P.s. Thank you AT10,  and to you uvwvj I did research his posts on the Litecointalk forums and there it was stated that no more coins would be made because of personal differences between CryptoVest and the Litecoin Devs so If I was mistaken I am sorry
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May 30, 2014, 09:02:16 PM
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UPDATE:


The winner has withdrawn his bid therefore the second highest bid of 0.091is the winning bid.
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