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Online Trading => Bitcoins for Sale / Exchanges => Topic started by: maplesyrupghost on December 17, 2011, 11:09:17 pm

Title: Buy Physical Bitcoins
Post by: maplesyrupghost on December 17, 2011, 11:09:17 pm
Physical Bitcoins are items that can be redeemed for Bitcoins at a later date, usually by peeling off a sticker or scratching off a seal on the item to make it show proof-of-tampering to see the private security key.  As the price of Bitcoin fluctuates, these values could vary.

Company
Denomination
Material
Cost
Shipping
Status
Casascius (https://www.casascius.com/)
1 BTC
solid brass coin
1.65 BTC
1.90 BTC & up
Available
Casascius (https://www.casascius.com/)
5 BTC
solid brass coin
TBD
1.90 BTC & up
Coming Soon
Casascius (https://www.casascius.com/)
10 BTC
1 troy ounce of .999 fine silver coin
29.00 BTC
1.90 BTC & up
Available
Casascius (https://www.casascius.com/)
25 BTC
1.2 ounce brass(?) electroplated gold coin
28.50 BTC
1.90 BTC & up
Available
Casascius (https://www.casascius.com/)
100 BTC
4.2 ounce brass(?) electroplated gold bar
109.50 BTC
1.90 BTC & up
Available
Coined Bits (http://www.coinedbits.com/)
1 BTC
solid brass coin plated 18k gold
2.67 BTC
free & up
Available
PrintCoins (http://printcoins.com/)
1-50 BTC
pre-loaded paper bill
0.32 BTC + BTC face value
0.40 BTC
Available
PrintCoins (http://printcoins.com/)
anything
bitcoin cheque - open bill
0.32 BTC
0.40 BTC
Available
BitBills (http://bitbills.com/)
1-20 BTC
credit card-style
0.15-0.35  BTC + BTC face value
0.25 BTC
Not Available / Inactive
Title: Re: Buy Physical Bitcoins
Post by: Mqrius on November 06, 2012, 02:12:55 am
Hi there,

Are you reselling these yourself, or just listing casascius prices? I'm asking, since I'm reselling casascius coins (http://bitcoin-otc.com/vieworderbook.php?nick=Mqrius) in Europe myself so people can save on shipping and on import hassles. If this is a generic thread I could post my offers here, but if it's not, I don't want to impart on your turf :) Then again, this is listed under the "child boards", although it's clearly a thread.

By the way, your price for the 10BTC Silver coin seems off, you might want to have a look at that :)

Edit: Here we go: http://www.bitcointrading.com/forum/bitcoins-for-sale-exchanges/casascius-physical-bitcoins/
Title: Re: Buy Physical Bitcoins
Post by: maplesyrupghost on November 06, 2012, 02:19:27 am
Hi there,

Are you reselling these yourself, or just listing casascius prices? I'm asking, since I'm reselling casascius coins (http://bitcoin-otc.com/vieworderbook.php?nick=Mqrius) in Europe myself so people can save on shipping and on import hassles. If this is a generic thread I could post my offers here, but if it's not, I don't want to impart on your turf :) Then again, this is listed under the "child boards", although it's clearly a thread.

By the way, your price for the 10BTC Silver coin seems off, you might want to have a look at that :)


I was just posting the availability of the coins and their denominations, no direct offer from me unless a person was basically local to me and could pick them up with cash. 

I should update the prices in this thread, and add the 1000 BTC Casascius bar. :)

I really should have made it more clear in the OP of this, but I was more presenting the information as if a user has never even heard of bitcoins before and they end up on this site.
Title: Re: Buy Physical Bitcoins
Post by: Mqrius on November 06, 2012, 02:27:53 am
Makes sense :)
I've made a thread for my own here (http://www.bitcointrading.com/forum/bitcoins-for-sale-exchanges/casascius-physical-bitcoins/), so when I place a link here it should be okay.
Title: Re: Buy Physical Bitcoins
Post by: maplesyrupghost on November 06, 2012, 02:29:35 am
Makes sense :)
I've made a thread for my own here (http://www.bitcointrading.com/forum/bitcoins-for-sale-exchanges/casascius-physical-bitcoins/), so when I place a link here it should be okay.

Yup! :D
Title: Re: Buy Physical Bitcoins
Post by: Morranr on November 06, 2012, 08:22:54 am
As far as I can tell BitBills are active.  Has that not been updated recently, or is there something I didn't see?