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July 21, 2012, 06:15:30 PM
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I am selling a 1958 Franklin Half dollar (worth ~$10) on the ebay clone webstore.com. I stated preferred payment as Bitcoin, but will accept paypal for an additional fee.

http://www.webstore.com/1958-Franklin-Half-Dollar,name,19416531,auction_id,auction_details

If all goes well, I'd like to suggest adding bit-pay as a preferred seller.

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June 02, 2014, 10:22:37 PM
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I realize that I'm necroing an ancient thread here, but I have a question for you.  What do you think of webstore?  I was going to create a new thread asking if there are any auction sites that are bitcoin specific, but this site looks much more seller-friendly than ebay is, so I'd be okay with using them.  I just don't want to use ebay specifically since they don't like people who sell in bitcoin format.

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