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Author Topic: 1G SILVER AMERICAN EAGLE - ends 3/4/12 @ 3:00pm EST  (Read 1836 times)
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March 05, 2012, 04:35:30 AM
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Its all good, worked out best this time.  I'll get the next one perhaps.

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March 05, 2012, 03:21:28 PM
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0.420

spot/melt price on 1 gram of silver is about $1 US - a little more.

.420 x 4.85 (current market) = $2.037

The last bid was ~200% market value.  Huh

Spot/melt price on the computer you're reading this on is probably less than $10.  Since I'm feeling generous, I will offer 3 BTC for your computer.  Let me know if we have a deal.

Now that the auction has ended, I'd like to apologise:

1. for interrupting the auction with nonsense that wasn't a bid.
2. questioning the auction's value in fiat, not bitcoin.

I should've known better on both accounts. I feel ashamed of myself. Everyone should look at what I did as an example of what not to do in an auction thread. Just saying...  Grin

Congrats to the winner!
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