In it for the long haul now,if at 65 there is a long haul.When Bitcoin first came out I asked my friend if he fancied going £500 each he laughed at me and ended up talking me out of it.You would think at my age I would have learned to go with gut instinct.
Bought a couple of these coins recently was surprised at the detail,I am only new to this but I think these are underrated,i am going to buy. everything that comes up if the price is right fell I love with them❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
Hi all -- I've been thinking about the prospect of automated coin grading. Slabbed coins from PCGS and NGC seem overly expensive, and people here have been reporting problems with them (e.g. the recent red spots thread).
Would you personally prefer an automated solution, if it was cheaper? By automated, I mean computerized, using machine vision and perhaps various multispectral scans of the coin beyond human vision. I know a bit about machine vision, and an automated solution to coin grading seems inevitable. I think it would be a somewhat easy task for machine vision experts, relative to the kinds of problems they solve currently, like understanding what's in an arbitrary photograph (faces, people, sky, balls, grass, cars, etc.). Coin grading would be a smaller, more delimited problem for them – the software would always know what coin it was grading and what it's supposed to look like at various levels of quality. It wouldn't have to worry about arbitrary objects in an image.
I'd be all for it if it cost a couple of dollars. It would also be nice if a service offered a more careful slabbing process, using a nitrogen atmosphere or vacuum sealing.