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PansPurse

Where to hide your stack

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49 minutes ago, PansPurse said:

Are you advocating for hiding in plain sight?

I can see it now, if I melt down my stack, I could apply a thin layer of silver to all the internal walls of my house. That way, I dont advertise to the outside world, and what is anyone who happens to enter my abode going to do, steal my walls?

 

Genius!

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2 minutes ago, StackerNoob said:

Are you advocating for hiding in plain sight?

I can see it now, if I melt down my stack, I could apply a thin layer of silver to all the internal walls of my house. That way, I dont advertise to the outside world, and what is anyone who happens to enter my abode going to do, steal my walls?

 

Genius!

I like your thinking

Although in my case it would have to be an exceedingly (maybe atomically) thin layer...

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2 hours ago, PansPurse said:

A typical cr@p piece of modern reporting. Talks about "gold vinyl" whatever that is and doesn't actually say they are "coated in gold" as it suggests in the title except for a one word reference to "gilding"

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12 minutes ago, RacerCool said:

One way to hide your stack is my current preferred method: keep it very very small. :ph34r:

I'm genuinely with you on that one. Posted two rather chunky parcels today with some silver I'd sold, but the equivalent value of gold would be less than ten grams...

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3 hours ago, PansPurse said:

I like your thinking

Although in my case it would have to be an exceedingly (maybe atomically) thin layer...

Not sure about silver but apparently 1oz of gold can cover more than 9 square metres.  

There's an example here of 3 oz of gold leaf covering roughly a 28 square metre room...

https://www.amnh.org/exhibitions/gold/incomparable-gold/gold-properties  

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