1. Exquisite Tweets from @Beautyon_, @CryptoParadyme, @realLudvigArt, @T3naciousC, @NTravanti, @ShillHenry, @inthepixels, @backedbygold, @notgrubles, @CopoStoper, @comcentrate1, @Bit_Brutus

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    The most valuable coin ever produced.

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    Beautyon_

    Beautyon

  2. Here are all of them, I wrote this tool to track every Casascius coin in existence.

    casascius.ludvigart.com/?flt1_type_equ…

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    Melik Manukyan⚡️

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    TenaciousC

  4. Casascius coins will one day become the most valuable items in the world. Here is a chart showing their redeem rate and increasing scarcity. About 20% has been redeemed/destroyed so far.

    casascius.ludvigart.com/redeemed/

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    Melik Manukyan⚡️

  5. Missing tweet: 1031310353714622464

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    Melik Manukyan⚡️

  7. Or you could make your own with an open dime.... and some btc.

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    NTravanti

    Competent and Useful Millennial Trash

  8. No, you really can't. Casascius coins are historical and art.

    The UTXO set of Casascius coins are scarce and valuable. You cannot recreate a Casascius coin any more that you can recreate #Bitcoin or the Mona Lisa.

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    realLudvigArt

    Melik Manukyan⚡️

  9. Art sure, but not the most secure option. Would you not be nervous that the 1000 BTC could "magically" get transferred if the value got to high?

    Don't get my wrong its cool. But this could confuse noobs about security practice and that bitcoin does not denote actual coins.

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    NTravanti

    Competent and Useful Millennial Trash

  10. I remember randomly finding these in a search in 2013, while trying to figure out what bitcoin was. Being new to me, It seemed to difficult (& unsafe) to purchase at the time....

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    backedbygold

    J. D. Knapp

  11. Casascius coins aren't about security, they are a very rare historical art/collectible item. I think you are conflating two very different things.

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    realLudvigArt

    Melik Manukyan⚡️

  12. Bitcoin is not about art. I think you are conflating two very different things. Sure you have skin in the game having coins, but they are not secure, the whole point is security of value here. If the coin maker can sweep my coins I don't want them in that address.

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    NTravanti

    Competent and Useful Millennial Trash

  13. Or the “Flowing hair Silver/Copper dollar 1794-5” 10 million USD😳

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    CopoStoper

    Stoper⚡️

  14. i collect coins and i really wanted one back in the day. they were going for a few hundred dollars and i wasnt sure if that was a good price or not.

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    comcentrate1

    comcentrate *crickets*