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Niels87

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  1. I don't know, i didn't hear about it before yesterday. I will still try it then.
  2. Just spend a few hours setting everything up but i give up already, too much work for me. - open a wallet - register at some website to buy the bitcoins Much paperwork these 2 steps but not so hard. Only to find out then that the wallet not work from belgium... so start over again and fill everything it again... - make a wallet - registered at coinbase After finally having everything set up it keep getting the message that my creditcard isn't authorized. No idea what i have to do from here, nothing about it in the FAQ Then i tried by bank transfer that will take several days. To active bank transfers i need send a small amount of money to them to active it. Trying to do that my bank blocks transactions to Estonia. Spend a long time figuring out how to enable sending to Estonia. Finally i want to send them and then i see they only accept sepa payments. Ok.. now i need to figure out what sepa payments are. Registering myself on another website for sepa to figure out you need to have a registration number from a bussines and etc... So, i'll think i stick with silver;
  3. Milk spots and value

    I went ahead and send an email to the dealer. They said milk spots don't affect the price and you will get the price on the website with or without the milkspots. (only for the cheap bullion coins ofcourse)
  4. Some people still buying bitcoin at this price ?
  5. That was an ounce easily made !
  6. Milk spots and value

    Most dealers in belgium have a buy back price for bullion about €1.5 a coin over the spot price. i might assume if it is spotted they drop the 1.5 ?
  7. Milk spots and value

    How does the milk spots affect the value on bullion coins? If you buy kangaroo's/maples/phil or whatever and they get spots, will a coin dealer pay you spot price ? Or the same as a not milked bullion ? Or even below spot ? For semi numismatic there will be a huge drop of course, that's a no-brainer.
  8. I added around 100oz this year. 250 is my target for 2017
  9. personal metal finding

    My uncle is very active around here with his metal detector. Mostly looking in the farmer fields. He already find a lot of WWII items, also made the local papers with all the things he found. He found some rare items but never in good enough shape to make some big money i think.
  10. Watchdog76

    Welcome Watchdog
  11. Silver Monitoring Thread £ only.

    I wanted to buy some more today, but it doesn't make sense that i must pay the same price as friday. So i postponed my order now, cause it doesn't make sense.
  12. Silver Monitoring Thread £ only.

    - 2% today already. I don't get it, i bought some maples on goldsilver on friday for €18.41 Now are they 18.36. Doesn't seem enough for a 2% drop.
  13. Silver Monitoring Thread £ only.

    manipulation ?
  14. Most of the time they are just trying to figure out if it is a real girl or not. Now that the years pass it will be more easy to see so maybe they not look so long anymore. But it complicates life a-lot, it would be so much better if it was a girl from birth.