[meteorite-list] NWA 5000 Bitcoin Holders

Adam Hupe raremeteorites at centurylink.net
Fri Dec 1 18:48:55 EST 2017

Only that a $1,600.00 investment a few months ago would now realize over 
$100,000.00.  NWA 5000 set yet another world record since this is the 
highest price ever paid for an unloaded bitcoin holder.  Bill Clinton 
and the great Woz both own Kialara bitcoin holders.  There are several 
other billionaires that cannot do without one. The "To The Moon" suites 
sold out in less than five minutes which represents another world 
record.  It is an honor that NWA 5000, the highest rated lunar meteorite 
in the world, was chosen for this project.   The next project promises 
to be even bigger!

Kialara Bitcoin holder based on NWA 5000:

Closeup of of NWA 5000 in world record setting Bitcoin holder:

Ex President Bill Clinton with Kialara:


On 12/1/2017 3:27 PM, Michael Farmer wrote:
> What does bitcoin value have to do with nwa 5000?
> Michael Farmer
>> On Dec 2, 2017, at 6:28 AM, Adam Hupe via Meteorite-list <meteorite-list at meteoritecentral.com> wrote:
>> Wow, the NWA 5000 Bitcoin artwork has really gone up in price.  This is for an unloaded Kialara pair priced at 4.25 bitcoins equaling $45,772.48.  The entire unloaded suite, costing only around $1,600.00 when released a few months ago, is probably now worth over $100,000.00.
>> https://physicalbitcoins.co.uk/product/kialara-2015-original-gold-silver-matched-pair-22
>> I am glad to have invested in such a project not realizing the full upward potential in a secondary market.
>> It proves, once again, the real value of proper classification and provenance otherwise this lunar material would have never been considered for such a project.
>> Adam
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