An eBay listing mentions a Rare 2011 Casascius Physical Coin that is up for sale. Here is the link:https://www.ebay.com/itm/RARE-2011-Casascius-Physical-1BTC-Coin-Ver-2-Graded-ANACS-MS65-Mint-Bitcoin/223571651474?hash=item340de8ab92:g:CK8AAOSwly9dGYtT.
It is an item that will undoubtedly grab the attention of collectors. The coin is packed with 1BTC that has not been claimed and is priced at $99,000. It is in “Mint Condition”. The seals are still present.
A user can purchase the coin using fiat or crypto depending on what’s suitable. The coin might also be sold as a result of a trade involving real estate. However, vehicles cannot be used as a pawn.
The seller had originally got hold of the specimen via a purchase 7 years ago and has since preserved it well. The person has also stated that less than a few hundred are now available across the world. This scarce find is a golden opportunity, as after a decade or two the coin’s price will go up immensely.
Casascius bitcoins came into focus after 2010, they were marketed as a collector’s item with real crypto loaded. By the end of 2013, the guy responsible for selling them had stopped. The venture was over.
A hologram which cannot be hacked guards the private key for the token. There is a website which keeps track of the number of such physical coins which were produced: https://casascius.uberbills.com/.
So far more than 15,000 coins were made, and 4,500 were pushed into the market.
A man whose ICO project became unsuccessful had previously tried to sell it on eBay for $60,000. Do you think that this was a good move by the owner or could the person have waited to capitalize more?
Bitcoin is yet to see a bull-run to the moon which many analysts have stated is on the way. Nevertheless, Digital Gold has been a clear winner this year and shows us the way to a brighter future. The price of this coin will ascend, and the pace will as well.