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« Reply #45 on: February 05, 2018, 01:59:52 PM »
I could see how owning a mining claim could be beneficial in certain circumstances.  I know the vintage coins are priceless....but so much harder to "launder".
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« Reply #46 on: February 05, 2018, 02:06:59 PM »
LMFAO!!!!

If Wells Fargo owns it, I hope you figure out a way to make it all disappear and reappear as "nuggets" from your claim.

There aren't any serial numbers on coins of that era, so WF would have a hard time proving they belonged to them.  It still would be quite difficult to unload them though in any quantity at one time.

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« Reply #47 on: February 05, 2018, 02:10:19 PM »
One a month would make the rent.
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« Reply #48 on: February 05, 2018, 02:15:25 PM »
One a month would make the rent.

True, but he still does have to actually FIND them though.  He also can't show up too many months in a row at the same coin dealer.  Somebody will get interested in WTf has all these 1860 era gold coins and where did he get them?

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« Reply #49 on: February 05, 2018, 02:26:08 PM »
RE, Nope didn't make it out of this one, sold near the top though and then like a dumbass thought I could time buying back in.  Down more than i am comfortable admitting as of writing this.  Still optimistic on crypto long term and think that its beneficial that a big bear settles in an cleans out the junk.  95% of it is garbage and despite ethereum's progress and promise it can't even scale yet.  Eventually though we'll get secure scalable networks that we can build web 3.0 on and will provide the base layer for the solar decentralized economy.  Give it a 3-5 years to take shape.  If you can entertain that time frame perhaps not a bad time to consider in investing in some of the 3rd gen coins during the bear, $rchain is my favorite by a longshot, aion, polkadot, cosmos, maybe cardano worth a look. 

So looking like it'll be a lean year to roll out the farm airbnb and start my "Primal Pork" business (selling woodland pastured pork to rich city crossfitters).  Lucky im out of student loan debt.





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« Reply #50 on: February 05, 2018, 02:28:54 PM »
LMFAO!!!!

If Wells Fargo owns it, I hope you figure out a way to make it all disappear and reappear as "nuggets" from your claim.


This is why I love this shit....

Conversion.....

No taxes with gold to fiat conversion.

Conversion.....

Chemically change it to ORMUS  (White gold powder) Put it in the sunlight & it disappears  :icon_sunny:

Bring it back in & poof it's back. Sunlit heat sends it to 4D no shit.
Check the work of David Hudson, a Yuma, Az. cotton farmer.
Sell it as you need to make some cash.
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Re: P O O F ! Goes The Crypto
« Reply #51 on: February 05, 2018, 04:13:45 PM »

My gold dealer, neighbor across the street just showed me a beautiful 1901 St. Gaudins that he paid $4000 for last week.
1860's $20 gold rounds are worth more than a St. G...
They're pretty rare.
I'm sure they are.  Let me know when you dig them up and try to sell them.  ::)

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That area is solid rock all the way down to the chewy center, They're aren't a lot of places to bury
a strongbox up there. The weather has rotted the box away after 150+ years.
It's naked gold rounds 6 to 8 feet under the surface.
A cheap ground penetrating radar or a random gold detector should do the trick.
Plus the story says there's a marker.
2 guys on horseback carrying several hundred pounds of dead weight, won't get to far. The shits buried within 100 yds. of the robbery in that canyon.

OK, go get it and send me an encrypted PM when you got it in your possession with a pic of the coins.  You can then re-bury it somewhere closer to your McHovel to retrieve after SHTF Day and try to use it to buy stuff.  I promise not to report you to the IRS.

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It's the property of Wells Fargo....

That is only one of the many problems you would have with it, if you actually found it.  Let me know when you have it in your possession.

RE
Oh, you'll get the nod alright...
GTFOD for sure.



Can't wait for the next installment!
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Re: P O O F ! Goes The Crypto
« Reply #52 on: February 05, 2018, 06:00:28 PM »
RE, Nope didn't make it out of this one, sold near the top though and then like a dumbass thought I could time buying back in.  Down more than i am comfortable admitting as of writing this.  Still optimistic on crypto long term and think that its beneficial that a big bear settles in an cleans out the junk.  95% of it is garbage and despite ethereum's progress and promise it can't even scale yet.  Eventually though we'll get secure scalable networks that we can build web 3.0 on and will provide the base layer for the solar decentralized economy.  Give it a 3-5 years to take shape.  If you can entertain that time frame perhaps not a bad time to consider in investing in some of the 3rd gen coins during the bear, $rchain is my favorite by a longshot, aion, polkadot, cosmos, maybe cardano worth a look. 

So looking like it'll be a lean year to roll out the farm airbnb and start my "Primal Pork" business (selling woodland pastured pork to rich city crossfitters).  Lucky im out of student loan debt.

Sorry to hear that Roamer.  :(  Glad you got your college loan paid off though.  I won't be investing in any crypto.    I got out before the crash with my Kohl's winnings.  I might buy back in if this dip drops low enough, just have to see how far it will go.

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« Reply #53 on: February 06, 2018, 03:13:05 AM »

My gold dealer, neighbor across the street just showed me a beautiful 1901 St. Gaudins that he paid $4000 for last week.
1860's $20 gold rounds are worth more than a St. G...
They're pretty rare.
I'm sure they are.  Let me know when you dig them up and try to sell them.  ::)

RE

That area is solid rock all the way down to the chewy center, They're aren't a lot of places to bury
a strongbox up there. The weather has rotted the box away after 150+ years.
It's naked gold rounds 6 to 8 feet under the surface.
A cheap ground penetrating radar or a random gold detector should do the trick.
Plus the story says there's a marker.
2 guys on horseback carrying several hundred pounds of dead weight, won't get to far. The shits buried within 100 yds. of the robbery in that canyon.

OK, go get it and send me an encrypted PM when you got it in your possession with a pic of the coins.  You can then re-bury it somewhere closer to your McHovel to retrieve after SHTF Day and try to use it to buy stuff.  I promise not to report you to the IRS.

RE


It's the property of Wells Fargo....

That is only one of the many problems you would have with it, if you actually found it.  Let me know when you have it in your possession.

RE
Oh, you'll get the nod alright...
GTFOD for sure.



Can't wait for the next installment!


Any good at reading maps ?
We can figure this shit out right here.
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Re: P O O F ! Goes The Crypto
« Reply #54 on: February 06, 2018, 04:57:04 AM »
Any good at reading maps ?
We can figure this shit out right here.

No, then somebody else might read it and get to the gold first.

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« Reply #55 on: February 06, 2018, 11:03:07 AM »
Any good at reading maps ?
We can figure this shit out right here.

No, then somebody else might read it and get to the gold first.

RE

Trust me, the treasure hunter crowd has already tried & they're so frickin' turned around
it's hilarious.
This canyon was my office for four years.
I was the only realtor crazy enough to take on playing monopoly with those claims.
Did very well financially while I was at it, I might add.
I know what to post & what not to post to keep the suits off my back.
Since you & a few others here are savvy on posting photos & other items, help a brother out.

I need a map of the area. Kingman, Az.
The section of mountain (Cerbats) that is north of I-40 & east of Hwy 95, & northeast of Hwy 68. I-40 & Hwy 68 are E/W parallel
Find the dirt road named Champion Mine Road. The Champion is my digs.
It's north of So-Hi (housing community)
I'm planning a trip up to the mine soon. My friend Danny wants the silver dollar tour.

RE,
No fear porn. We drive it like we stole it. Besides, it's got a cop motor & brakes.  :icon_mrgreen:
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« Reply #56 on: February 06, 2018, 12:33:56 PM »
One question I still have is the motivation behind the delivery of the box of gold.
Why would Ft. Mohave be the destination.
To pay the troops ? Perhaps.
Ft. Mohave was a sea port. The Colorado River washes into the Sea of Cortez before the dam system was constructed.

The gold coins could have been intended to be sent back east to fund the civil war.
I believe they were minted in Prescott, Az.
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« Reply #57 on: February 06, 2018, 12:42:59 PM »
Any good at reading maps ?
We can figure this shit out right here.

No, then somebody else might read it and get to the gold first.

RE

I need a map of the area. Kingman, Az.
The section of mountain (Cerbats) that is north of I-40 & east of Hwy 95, & northeast of Hwy 68. I-40 & Hwy 68 are E/W parallel
Find the dirt road named Champion Mine Road. The Champion is my digs.
It's north of So-Hi (housing community)
I'm planning a trip up to the mine soon. My friend Danny wants the silver dollar tour.


I'll whip up a map later this afternoon.

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Re: P O O F ! Goes The Crypto
« Reply #58 on: February 06, 2018, 12:52:02 PM »
Any good at reading maps ?
We can figure this shit out right here.

No, then somebody else might read it and get to the gold first.

RE

I need a map of the area. Kingman, Az.
The section of mountain (Cerbats) that is north of I-40 & east of Hwy 95, & northeast of Hwy 68. I-40 & Hwy 68 are E/W parallel
Find the dirt road named Champion Mine Road. The Champion is my digs.
It's north of So-Hi (housing community)
I'm planning a trip up to the mine soon. My friend Danny wants the silver dollar tour.


I'll whip up a map later this afternoon.

RE


Cool, thanks...

Jack Swilling was "the guy" in No. Az.

John W. (Jack)
Swilling
 (1830-1878)
led the first party of
non-Indians to explore
the Hassayampa River
in January 1860 where
he and his companions
declared that
ďthis
new region has the
finest indications of
gold of any they
have ever seen.Ē

http://www.prescottcorral.org/TT4/FirstMiningDistrict.pdf


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Re: P O O F ! Goes The Crypto
« Reply #59 on: February 06, 2018, 12:59:56 PM »
Sounds like we could write a great story about that gold, the ship in the Sea of Cortez, and the Civil War. I want to make a movie of that one.

Ever hear of the legend of the ghost ship in the desert? This one's just for you AZ.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lost_Ship_of_the_Desert

What makes the desert beautiful is that somewhere it hides a well.

 

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