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May 22, 2012, 09:25:13 PM
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Just wondering what peoples views are on the different pass through accounts. Do people like just taking the 6.5-7% on things like the TYGRR-P bonds or do people prefer the PPT.A etc bonds where some of their money is insured if BS&T goes down?

I personally am spreading my Bitcoins between these as well as the safe lending sites which offer 1.5-2% a week.

I still think that the PPT bonds will continue to do well each week, as well the other Bonds.

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May 22, 2012, 09:50:16 PM
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PPT.X bonds usually return far less than 6.5% per week (depending on the "bidding war") and the insurance is maybe nice for some peace of mind, but in the end you can ignore it.

Currently quite a few people try to raise funds to get to the 7% tier and offer in return that they pay out these 7% too. I tried to construct a GLBSE asset out of thes, reactions were few to say the least though so far.

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May 22, 2012, 10:59:29 PM
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I'm just wondering how long until Pirate has the entire bitcoin supply under management courtesy of various pass throughs. Or when he stops accepting new deposits...
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