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    • Has anyone noticed that there seems to be something of an inverse relationship between bitcoin (and other cryptos') and PM? Back in 2011 when silver and gold where at their peak gold at $1800 & silver at $49 bitcoin was trading around $10, now bitcoin is pushing above $2000 and gold and silver have dipped to $1260 & $17.  My point is as many observers are saying that cryptos' are in a bubble, are we heading for a big up swing in silver and gold? I have the feeling that when silver and gold last plummeted many speculators switched into crypto currencies as the next big thing.  So perhaps if bitcoin and other altcoins have a market correction then silver and gold will spike again. Let me know your thoughts.... Ps I mean no offence to anyone who owns bitcoin or other altcoins, I see their value as a useful currency and potential investment I just havent got my head around the risks and trading strategies.
    • Got a reply from the mint, they did agree to sell the rest of them to an overseas buyer. They are still in the mint not shipped so we'll be seeing them at a US dealer soon i guess.  
    • Damn. I think am going to register for a Wirex visa card and get some PM to at least get my original cash out and a bit more.  https://wirexapp.com/ 
      Started buying in March this year with £100 it's now around £440. Just wondering what plans/strategy you guys have to exit bit/alt coins. Where are you guys selling them back to fiats or do you have other avenue's?  I know there is Localbitcoins and I think you can nominate a bank account on the Coinbase and Kraken exchange.  (Sorry if this has been discussed before).