[meteorite-list] NWA 5000 Bitcoin Holders
mikestang at gmail.com
Sat Dec 2 18:15:32 EST 2017
John, how much fiat currency was used in criminal endeavors last
month? I promise you it was exponentially more than bitcoin. Please
don't haphazardly associate bitcoin with criminal activity.
-Michael in so. Cal.
On Fri, Dec 1, 2017 at 2:52 PM, Bigjohn Shea via Meteorite-list
<meteorite-list at meteoritecentral.com> wrote:
> 1) This has nothing to do with meteorite classification.
> 2) That email is an advertisement, Adam. Whether you think it is or not.
> 3) I wonder how many bitcoins were used last month in criminal endeavors? Not something I would want any of my meteorite classifications associated with...
> John A. Shea, MD
> IMCA 3295
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> On 12/1/17 at 3:28 PM, Adam Hupe via Meteorite-list 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.
>> 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.
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