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May 08, 2012, 12:08:40 PM
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I've noticed a couple of people who have sold a code from Mt Gox which they have received entitling them to a free Yubikey to compensate them for trouble with the account.

I would like to buy one of these codes.

1.5BTC

2 BTC

Update: I attempted to purchase a mt gox yubikey code from the auction linked below, but the seller sold the item via PM on this forum while the auction was still open on bitmit  Angry. So I am still looking for a Mt Gox Yubikey code. Will pay 2 BTC.

It was kind of disappointing as it was my first actual goods for BTC exchange, but the money is in escrow so I'll get it back. Just kind of disappointing... when these things happen, I feel like it lets the whole community down.
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http://bitmit.net/en/trade/i/2459-yubikey-code/description
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