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Topic: [OLD] Bitcoin Auction: 10,000.00 BTC --- Starting Bid 50.00 USD (Read 91673 times)

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LOL,   at first I though someone is selling 10k bitcoins at 50$ per bitcoin  Huh

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See you next April!
As requested, someone do the same next year.
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LOL,   at first I though someone is selling 10k bitcoins at 50$ per bitcoin  Huh

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See you next April!
This threads inspires the need to hold, if you're saying like I'll not be here in a year or something. Or maybe I am paranoid  Cheesy
legendary
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LOL,   at first I though someone is selling 10k bitcoins at 50$ per bitcoin  Huh

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See you next April!
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LOL,   at first I though someone is selling 10k bitcoins at 50$ per bitcoin  Huh

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donator
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Haha, If only I had even known about bitcoin back then.
Had you known about Bitcoin back then, you would have thought (like everyone else) that it wasn't worth bidding $50 for smoketoomuch's 10000 BTC.

In 2012, people have exactly the same opportunity as they had back then. If they have $100 to invest, they can buy $100 worth of Bitcoins if they think Bitcoin's value will increase in the future. If the price goes up 500%, the 2012 investor makes exactly the same on their $100 investment as the previous investors would have made if the price went up by the same amount. The number of coins involved is irrelevant - the only thing that counts is the % increase in value.
legendary
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What's a GPU?
Haha, If only I had even known about bitcoin back then. Actually the only reason I found out about this was by randomly going to the web site c.cc

Great story I know Tongue
legendary
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This were the old days Wink

Actually nobody was interested in this auction back then.
10k BTC would be quite a lot money today Tongue
legendary
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If still selling let me know I'll buy  Grin.  Thx.

lool
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moOo
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Auction is over.
Since nobody has made the starting bid, the bitcoins do not change their owner.
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*zombie groan* Muuuuaaaaa \o\
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Bitcoin
Did this ever happen?
legendary
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FUCKING NECROS!!!!111!1
rlh
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This is unbelievable.  I wonder if the OP ever sold his BTC.  Hopefully he got a fair price.
hero member
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Had me confused too. Freakin necrobumps!
legendary
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If u can accept payments via moneybokers,I'll b happy to bid as well.

Whats the last bid?

when does auction end?
legendary
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DIG! DIG! DIG!

This is like the 10k bitcoin pizza lol, Man if anyone purchased your coins you'd be facepalming and they'd be ballin
FFFFUUU
legendary
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Okey Dokey Lokey
DIG! DIG! DIG!

This is like the 10k bitcoin pizza lol, Man if anyone purchased your coins you'd be facepalming and they'd be ballin
legendary
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Auction is over.
Since nobody has made the starting bid, the bitcoins do not change their owner.
sr. member
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$50 is somewhat of a high starting bid considering there is over ฿22,000 available for not much more per bitcoin than your starting bid. Not to mention that realistically there's probably a lot more than ฿22,000 available because if somebody bought a bunch of those bitcoins, I'm sure some people would step forward to sell more bitcoins. Anyway, I'll bite for sake of the experiment. I bid $25. How about you change the minimum bid to $30 and tell us a maximum time between bids. Perhaps three days?
legendary
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You're right but most of you live outside Germany or even outside the EU so the money transfer via mail is expensive and takes much much longer than a paypal tranfser. Additonally I don't think that there is actually a need of being anonymous at this auction.
Everything is pseudonymous here and so is paypal (in a certain manner).


But I see the problem in a lack of interest in receiving BTC, not in how the people have to pay them.

Maybe I will start an "opposite auction" (aution USD/EURO off and people can bid BTC) next week, we'll see.
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