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Stacks and gats edition

>Why Gold?

>Bullion dealers

>Constitutional/"junk" silver info

https://findbullionprices.com/ (US)
https://eu.compare.pm (EU)


>Bullion tax info by state:


Nitric Acid

EU/ENGLAND sources
https://www.chards.co.uk/ [Much cheaper than BullionByPost]
https://goldprice.eu5.net/ [Website to compare gold prices for UK]

Russian/European coins

Relevant information regarding mining companies

Previous thread:

>> No.30103749

/pmg/? More like noglover general.

>> No.30103756
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>didn’t fuck up the bread
Today is good day

>> No.30103761
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>> No.30103768

Fuck niggers

>> No.30103769

Mmmmm can't stop thinking of thick hard long African mineshafts.

>> No.30103787

If I buy silver or gold in the US over the internet using bitcoin, is there some sort of record that will be sent to the wonderful people at the IRS?

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>> No.30103858

Real answer? Unsure
Personal thoughts? Very likely yes

>> No.30103900


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Checked and true

>> No.30103934

Damn. That's just so great because I really want to make sure I pay all my taxes. I would hate to think that I could use bitcoin from a private wallet to purchase rare metals, have them shipped to my personal address under a relative's name, and then forget to pay. Good thing the IRS will already know. Just fucking love it.

>> No.30103960

Thread theme

>> No.30103989

>public ledger
>private wallet
>personal address under relative's name
Lot of things that could go wrong

>> No.30103990

Based. Fuck niggers and fuck niggerloving traitors.

>> No.30103992

Cheer up mate, there’s ways around these things
Plebbit for example, I’ve bought a shit ton off there. No taxes, almost always paying spot and just covering shipping, many different methods of payment.
Fuck reddit but goddam does it feel good stealing deals from them

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Thank you Baker!

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Hey anon, idk if you're around still, but here's that image. I did it up a bit better.

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>> No.30104139
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Daily remember : junk silver is based silver :
- low premium, you can even find it underspot sometimes
- beautiful coins
- every single coin is a little piece of history

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Since this also is inflation general, here's an interesting read for the German(speaker)s:
It's der Standard talking to Hans Werner Sinn, so you won't get your usual dose of right-wing conspiracies, but it's a pretty good (and long) read.
Short term, there's no reason to panic, but long term, the insane amounts of fresh money will cause issues and cash won't save you. Best to have tangible assets (or debt). Crypto is a ponzi scheme and won't save you, but the digital-€ is probably coming soon, with pros and cons. pms not mentioned, but you could probably add them to tangible assets.

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>French junk
Put your oui oui away

>> No.30104224

You're right. I should make it simple, I should do the following:

Gift family overseas 15k per month in crypto, because I believe in filial piety. Set up a wallet for them and send them some Monero, although I'm sure they will then want to change it back to BTC anyway. However, they are old, so I am also sure they want to buy metals and they will ask me to store it in my safe in America.

I think this is best. The older generation deserves silver and gold, I will look after it, and IRS doesn't need to worry about paperwork.

>> No.30104258

Do plebbiters sell stuff for crypto?

>> No.30104272
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>giving the melaninated this much control over your mind

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>hon hon hon gaston

>> No.30104304

They do indeed

>> No.30104323


Inflation won't happen like in the 70s...because...reasons...

>> No.30104348

Was about to get at you for the middle coin and sadly remembered that the Statue of Liberty was a gift from the frogs

>> No.30104384

Please don't keep all the silver and gold in America. Even a 3rd world country is safer for precious metals than under the jurisdiction of the kike nigger federal government.

>> No.30104389
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Unfortunately the time to panic is when you are being taxed through inflation at all and that time has long passed since 1913. The federal reserve launders their money down into the economy so slowly and evenly that the frog boils and never wakes up

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>the digital-€ is probably coming soon, with pros and cons
>an Orwellian dystopia is probably coming soon, with pros and cons
G*rmans, everyone

>> No.30104423 [DELETED] 

stop talking about bridges if you don’t know how they are working
this hypetrane wouldn’t work on 4ch
go tell about this trash on FB or Twitter lil dumper
my friends not an idiots , we hold and stake on Jul

>> No.30104445

Hmmm, thank you. Excuse me while I go make a plebbit account.


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>> No.30104468

Hey kikes, your bot is broken again

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>he doesn't understand german humor

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Nighty night for me bro’s, stay stackin

>> No.30104706

night mate!

>> No.30104754

Seen some french indochinese piastre coins around here
No idea about legitimacy though

>> No.30104796

Tell us some more stories about your *frican boyfriends and your hatred for the White Man.

>> No.30104846

Telling me that taking on debt is a good thing reeks of Judaism

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>> No.30104873

>Neg ID
it checks out. Get back to manufacturing Krugerrands, your break is over.

>> No.30104981

o fuck off, i am just giving examples of where and whos working. If you want the real truth, that influx is only going to get worse if Canada doesnt get to training its own people in the industry. The technical schools havent had mining or underground development courses in a decade because it wasnt needed. The mining sector is scrambling for anyone willing to work here, but also at the same time, in a stupid turn of events only want to hire experienced labor, many companies dont want to train, hence they go and find people who are trained.

If you want an example of this watch this old doc from the 70s from Stewart BC. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p794J6mVZUA&list=PL-gbC_8efdJ1ICeFMSTuJVXfmfJWt4MZV&index=59

>> No.30105096

>t. Very likely hooked nosed tribesmen
Anyone ever wonder why this (((PAN MAN))) is always making threads and being a racist against White Man?

>> No.30105108

I purchased a lil bit over a thousand 5F semeuse since january.
Beyond comfy.

>> No.30105160

>in a stupid turn of events only want to hire experienced labor, many companies dont want to train, hence they go and find people who are trained.
Not just mining. It's the entire job market. Don't have at least 5 years of experience? Don't bother applying.

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Dunno,if looking at the pandemic through post 2008 crash lenses and the September 17 repo freezer of '19.
This chart kinda makes sense.
He's Klauses reset reasons.

>> No.30105271

its infuriating, instead of hiring our own guys in communities that need any work they can get, corporate hires guys from the other side of the country or the other side of the world. Instead of getting young guys off their asses into the job market, our govs generating a population of people stuck forever on welfare, who hate themselves and never participate in the place they grew up in.

>> No.30105297

You need to get the fuck off /pol/ for a month and enjoy life a bit bud, that board has left you so blackpilled that you're seeing kikes where they don't exist. Pan Man has been around for at least a year, afaik. 2 or 3 going back to /k/ I think? He's one committed hooked nosed tribesmen if so.

>> No.30105330

It's all down on purpose.

>> No.30105385

Who are you his Rabbi?

>> No.30105401

Is OXEN a precious metal? It increases in price like a deflationary precious metal

>> No.30105426

I used to hang out a lot more on /out/ and /k/ but both of those places really dried up in more recent times. I ve been here on /biz/ with /pmg/ for a year ish, a lot more than i wanted to, stuck inside the back of my truck / rental room waiting for rain to go away.

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Looks like the shills went from dick pics to D&C.
I just want to stack.

>> No.30105458

Maybe they li, maybe they don't.

>> No.30105461

You're responding to a D&C shill. They use our lingo against our own members to sew discord. Ignore him.

>> No.30105486

Fuck off Neg4a
He posts lots of oc from his private mining ops

>> No.30105500

>flying in firefighters from South Africa
Yeah. Unlike what >>30105330 says I don't think it's done on purpose. It's just dumb ass hiring managers are hiring for jobs they don't know or understand, so they think the best way to get around that is to hire someone with experience. "I don't know shit about mining, but it should be fine if I hire an experienced miner." I don't know a single person my age (mid 30's) who has a job in the sector they trained for. I spent a year looking for a job in government economics before turning to substitute teaching in order to feed my family.

>> No.30105511

I thought temple was closed due to GookFlu.

>> No.30105532

Well I'm putting together my first order and why the FUCK are libertads so expensive?

>> No.30105654

exactly right, management are almost all fresh out of school or the ultra jaded types that come from some totally different industry / job and install their own way of doing things. Mining hasnt seen a bounce back like this for a long time, or so sudden either, its going to take a while for people who actually know what their doing to end up in positions.

>> No.30105675

Haha cmon anon, you know there is.
See if they will accept crypto payment in person and allow you to pick up your bullion then and there. That's a simple test.

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They are only $20/oz premium over spot on apmex, what do you mean?

>> No.30105705

Much smaller amount minted each year compared to ASEs or maples! All of their different denominations which are minted in relatively small amounts are attractive to collectors (I think at least). I personally would love to own a libertad of each size. I only have 1/10th oz ones right now though.

>> No.30105716

We need a chart for bayhorse like there is for for oz.

Where would 20,000 shares be on the tier? Pirate?

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Comfy indeed fren, comfy indeed

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d&c? also anyone know why is silvertown mint so much cheaper then others like see 10 bucker difference on bars

>> No.30105887

Posting here because you guys meme less than /smg/.
I sent 3k€ on my broker account, i want to buy for 1k of some bluechips (Nestlé),some high tech and lastly spend 1K on miners

Gonna buy some BHS for the memes maybe some Nikola but what else ?maybe something not junior

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Anybody who has been among us for a few years or more and is aware of shill activity knows shit is getting real. We going to the moon frens. https://youtu.be/narZyGcnixM

>> No.30105932

I'm not sure what the point of such blatant bots is. Is it to promote the coin or deter people from buying it ?

>> No.30105981

Don't fall for the bait pan man. /pol/niggers are the opposite side of the same coin as liberal hugboxes.

>> No.30105984

My guess is it's just a testrun to work out any bugs. Nobody in their right mind would buy some random shitcoin being shilled by an obvious bot, and it isn't deterring anybody because nobody would have even heard of it to begin with.

>> No.30106006

Your in europe, so maybe have a look at some of the Australian based miners like Newcrest. I am not as well read up on them though but i am sure others here have the info your looking for.

>> No.30106044

>/k/ but both of those places really dried up in more recent times
I don't know how it is in Canada but ammunition is not easy to find at a reasonable price in the US and that's likely a reason /k/ has become boring. Between the Marxists and anarchists committing acts of terrorism and kook leftists calling for a Nazi state even though their officials won (Trump is out of office), everyone--conservatives and sane liberals alike--is still panic buying guns and ammunition.

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It's short for divide and conquer.

>> No.30106101

>Short term, there's no reason to panic, but long term, the insane amounts of fresh money will cause issues and cash won't save you

it will be like the 70's the money won't be worthless overnight, but over 10yr timeframes with 5-20% inflation

>> No.30106159

You're probably right. They only need four years of 50% inflation per year to entirely wipe out the national debt

>> No.30106184

Where did you buy them ?
Ebay is over spot and i dont want to give my address to random fucks on Leboncoin to get stolen

>> No.30106197

>The Russian government could achieve its goal of de-dollarizing the economy by taking one simple step: dropping the tax it currently charges its citizens for the purchase of physical gold, an economist has said.
>Russian citizens would get rid of their dollar savings to buy up gold bullion if the 20-percent value added tax (VAT) were eliminated, according to economics professor Valentin Katasonov, as cited by Russia’s business news agency Prime. He noted that the potential selloff would inevitably drag the greenback down.

>> No.30106216

>They only need four years of 50% inflation per year
Lol, the motherfucker would collapse over night.

>> No.30106243

bud i ve said it before, I cant get standard ammo anywhere at the moment. 308 is impossible to find, shotgun ammo like 12 gauge is pretty well gone. Nothing is getting brought in, its all being sold in the states. People here are panic buying guns and ammo here too though because of the latest sets of insane new laws on the way. My favorite gun supplier hasnt been able to get primers in 8 months.

>> No.30106278

honestly, pan man, if we were going to fight back, we wouldve done it decades ago. all the stockpiled guns/ammo in the world isnt going to make us, as a people, grow a sack and kill the tyrants.

>> No.30106308

Bought 10,000 today.

>> No.30106350

Ebay. All got them for below spot and no issues.
Just in previous thread i even shared a super good auction, the best i've seen so far on ebay, becuz i was too broke to buy it myself.
approx 42oz of pure silver in 5F and 100F, ended up at 755€, so 18€/oz.

>> No.30106370

No major local manufacturers ?
Also, how does the mining industry work ? Like do you have it similar to the shipping and oil industry? 4weeks on 4 off, or is completely seasonal ? Work continues until it gets snowed in ?

>> No.30106376

i tought you burgers were finally doing it with the capitol

>> No.30106378

War nickels are ugly, heavy, and I want a giant mint bag full of them.

>> No.30106381

Divide and conquer. Trying to stir up animosity in the thread between /pmg/rs.

>> No.30106421

bit off topic but it depends on how fast the economic situation falls apart. If things happen quickly and go dirty thirties, people will just up and ignore the government, especially places outside the major cities. If things keep tracking slowly into darker and darker times, people wouldnt recognize it until its too late and their stuck.

>> No.30106424

Thanks to Biden and his new policies international distributors have had to buyback international stock to try fill out american orders.

Guns once considered trash/fudd are disappearing all over the world as everyone suddenly needed a gun during covid, and now with Bidens america.

.t Australian gun owner in NSW

>> No.30106426

Do you pay VAT if you're buying from out of France ?

>> No.30106438

Thinking about selling a bunch of the 5.56 I have to finance some more junior miner buys. What do you guys think about the ammo prices, going to go up even further by a drastic percentage? Or just crab or decline over time for a while?

>> No.30106451

Last time i watched ebay it was all auctions with people waiting the last minute to snipe .
If it was the previous thread it was nighttime for frog so it was a good time to buy.
I want some because they're cheap and good looking

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>silver went from 12$ in march 2020 to 28$ by july 2020
>+130% increase in spot price
>impact silver went from .20 to .64 ( +220%) euro
>First majestic went from 5 to 14 (+180%) dollar
>hecla went from 1.6 to 6 (+270%) dollar
>bayhorse went from .02 to .14(+600%) euro
>pan american went from 11.77 to 38 (220%) dollar

So, you viraling niggers are telling me, that 50$ silver, which is less than double the price, would make these miners go x20-50? Who the fuck are you trying to fool?

>> No.30106470

> people wouldnt recognize it until its too late and their stuck
Your full of shit and a heeb infiltrator

>> No.30106484

eBay. But be careful, there are a lot of fakes, and a lot of boomers biding too much.
Wait until the last minute to bid

>> No.30106496

>bud i ve said it before, I cant get standard ammo anywhere at the moment.
Ah, I don't follow most of the /pmg/ threads so that must have been said in one of the threads I didn't see. I do wonder if all of the ammunition is being bought up by regular people here. It's been nearly a year since the real panic buying of ammunition begun and there's still a shortage. I can't imagine every new gun owner buying 10,000 rounds of ammunition. I get a strange feeling something else is going on. Maybe some people are buying ammunition as a store of value? I know that 5.56 NATO has essentially doubled in price over the past year and roughly tripled in the past 18 months.

>> No.30106557

Lol no. That was a cluster fuck. It was like a /pol/ thread IRL, half the people present were glownigeers and paid actors. Just look how quickly AOC came up with her story.

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I'm waiting to see if we can keep those gun sale numbers up

>> No.30106598

no not really and again, if there are they are shipping to the US mainly.

As for the industry its a lot like oil and gas. I am on week two of my two weeks on two weeks off. right now, than on monday its back down the hole. In the summer I do my own exploration work, some winters I work others I dont depending on if positions are available. At Osisko's BGM were were running at half power due to awaiting permit finalization for the full mine start up and a lack of trained professionals. We lost two guys a month ago for busting equipment so were short handed. We usually have two shut down periods, freeze up and spring thaw, where everything shuts down waiting for things to dry out.

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I put some money into POWW, seemed like a good time to invest in an ammo manufacturer. they are building a second manufacturing facility.

>> No.30106612

Crab until the midterns unless something significant changes. If Reps get back in, maybe drop then. But given how things are, I'd hold on to ammo over stocks.

>> No.30106651

Primer is easy, green light. https://youtu.be/CQI2bvkE7ic What you want is a smooth bore musket and plenty of black powder.

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As of Jan, 9mil+ registered firearms to 1mil~ license holders in NSW.

NSW population is 8.2mil.

>> No.30106813

I am not sure where ammos going, here it just keeps quietly climbing on anything available.
that would explain where all the physical guns in stock at crappy tire and cabelas went to.
I ve been seriously contemplating black powder funs as an alternative. If the leafland gov has its way we will have insanity like ammo limits at home soon. Heck pellet and paintball are on the ban list now.

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No, i don't think so. Unless you buy from a shop but it's already added in the selling price then.

>Last time i watched ebay it was all auctions with people waiting the last minute to snipe
That's my secret tech : i focus on auctions ending up either very early in the morning or very late in the night, when the boomies are still asleep.
That's how i landed all my below spot deals. If you try to buy auctions ending up around 5-7 pm you will get swarmed with angry boombooms who want their shinies and pay a fuck ton.

Pic rel are the deals i got using this special ninja tech, not updated, i got 3 more similar deals since then.
That's why i'm dead broke rn. But i regret not simply yoloing the auction this morning, i could have taken an ebay loan or something.

>> No.30106867

If you have a ton of ammunition (5,000, 10,000, or whatever gun aficionados believe is a lot of rounds) and are sitting on at least a 2x capital gain, it might be worthwhile to sell a portion of your ammunition just to lock in those gains. If you buy stocks, though, just be aware that you could suffer a loss or even get wiped out whereas the ammunition will always be a physical possession of yours no matter how low the price gets.

I just can't imagine ammunition prices going a lot higher because it's already expensive enough that even people with a fair amount of ammunition are shooting fewer rounds at the ranges and reducing the frequency they visit the ranges. At a high enough price, you'd think that the ammunition manufacturers would have an incentive to expand production facilities.

I subscribe to various economic forecasts and they are under the impression that we are forming a bottom in the PMs market that started August last year. After that, they believe a new leg up will begin. I'm not sure if junior mining stocks are the best play, though, from a risk-reward perspective. I am personally looking for an entry point to my existing positions in Hecla, Pan American Silver, Pretium, and Alamos Gold. I'm also considering re-opening a position in New Gold after previous management screwed me hard.

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Citizen, airsoft and pellet guns are Gateway Guns® and tempt the youth into toxic right-wing ways.

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mmmm love these nugget coins they remind me of poop

>> No.30107029

The $12 - $28 move occurred quickly and the silver price was not at $12 very long so it wasn't fully reflected in the stock price. If silver hits $50/oz and stays there, the silver mining companies that are at least somewhat reasonably managed will make massive profits and those profits will translate into very large gains in the stock prices.

You don't seem to understand how the leverage works in mining stocks. Think it over how profits are made in mining and how profits increase in mining with increasing metals prices and you'll see why mining stocks can really skyrocket if the metals prices rise high enough and stay there.

>> No.30107033

Based, need some of these poop nuggets in my stack.

>> No.30107043

Haha, I completely agree. I try to control my desire for war nickels because they aren't the most efficient for storage. They are still one my favorites though.

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Know that your year here has been a blessing for a lot of us. You and based small caps anon truly changed a lot of retard's life, including mine. Thank you.

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Excellent job anon. Those are some extreme cheapies.

>> No.30107145

I don't get the philips getting all the hate when it's blatantly obvious all the ugliest coins are minted by the AUS mint.
They not only have fronts who look like shit, but they even have the kikess crusty old lizard on the back. It's the worst of both world.

>> No.30107190

my pleasure bud but I am going to be really busy the moment the snow leaves, i am digging. No amount of rain, or high waters going to stop me this year. Last winter took forever to leave and i got lazy, i am not doing that again.

>> No.30107217

Nerf guns are the true gateway guns

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>mfw buying silver

>> No.30107301

Thanks fren, glad to be a frog for once. No one here speak english nor know what reddit is, so the silver craze took a while to arrive here.
That said, landing good deals become increasingly difficult now... I scrutinize ebay and bet on every seemingly good auction, but at best i can land 1 good buy a week, even less now. A deal like this morning' auction will probably not occur before a month.

>> No.30107340

Everything I have was bought pre-Covid nonsense so it's more like a 3-4x at this point if I go and resell a bunch of it. Gun shops are hurting so badly for 5.56 stock that I imagine I could offload it all at the local one. Just waiting to see what form of gun control legislation the Democrats are introducing this month like they said they would and how that will impact prices. I'm not in a rush to buy miner stocks so I can wait another month. Nice portfolio of miners you got there though, friend.

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I think you meant to say finger guns.

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This anon speaks the truth.

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They're next

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Well done anon, my deals were a bit more expensive.

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>> No.30107577

>Vangold is mooning

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someone should fill this one in, my brain must have moved on

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Buying physical metal has been the most retarded decision of my life.

Mining stocks +blue chips + commodities wouldve been a billion times better and let me buy far more land/housing/survival gear.
>inc madmax schizo trannies

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This thing will free me of wageslaving.

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could have invested in Big Bob. Big oof.

>> No.30107766

>it's more like a 3-4x at this point
Wow, that's a pretty hefty gain. If I were you and had more than enough rounds, I'd probably sell a portion to lock in those gains. I'm seeing about $1/round for good-quality 5.56 rounds and I get the sense that ammunition is slowly becoming more available as an on-line store I check every now and then has had inventory for a few weeks now although they put a hard limit on the quantity one can buy.

>Nice portfolio of miners you got there though
I'm kind of eating it on Alamos since I bought it a month or two ago. Pan American has been my biggest gainer but I bought it in 2015 or 2016 when all of the mining stocks were dirt cheap. I suspect that when the PMs bull market resumes, Hecla, Pretium, and Alamos should perform better than Pan American Silver. Pretium in particular seems to have really good properties that are very rich in gold.

>> No.30107793

>dumb ass hiring managers are hiring for jobs they don't know or understand
>management are almost all fresh out of school
If an undesirable behavior is related to coming from academia, that behavior is almost certainly done on purpose. Contrary to the past few decades, during most of history normal people would actually try to raise the next generation to find their place in society.

>> No.30107818

you probably should swing it

>> No.30107831

Think about your question, then think about reality. You fomo bought a ton of ammo at a decent premium, now it’s just sitting there and you don’t have any money. You’re not the only one. Relatively soon, there might be a point where people realize the end isn’t here yet and there’s will be a ton of ammo on the market. Not to mention that manufacturers are also ramping up production. Once their supply hits he market it will kill any perceived premium on your items.

Sell now or bag hold

>> No.30107886

>100,000 BHS
>30,000 VGLD

am i going to make it lads?

>> No.30107934

Hows the royal mint for silver?

>> No.30107941
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Not bad at all fren, it would be as good as mine if it weren't for the shipping fees raping. That's why i avoid anything below 75 coins usually.
Next time i snipe a good deal, i will warn you about it ITT a bit in advance so you don't miss it (if you are there).

>> No.30107958

Depends on when you bought.

>> No.30108012

I'm not a daytrader
If you hold a few years and let silver moon, probably.

>> No.30108024

Whats a good mix of bars and coins? 5:1 coins to bars?

Gold to silver ratio?

>> No.30108036

before i go off to bed I ll say this. The main thing it seems our schooling is generating now is "yes men". People that wont tell higher up that something is wrong, or ignore the problem until its blamable on some other issue other than themselves. Its pervasive, and will just keep wrecking industry the longer its allowed to exist.

>> No.30108039

BHS cost basis $0.1 CAD
VGLD cost basis $0.21

(thanks silver miner bro)

>> No.30108065

Hahah, no one responded to obvious bait. Try harder kike tranny.

>> No.30108076
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Gm everyone! Whose up for my favorite bible passage? Let us pray

13 When it was almost time for the Jewish Passover, Jesus went up to Jerusalem. 14 In the temple courts he found people selling cattle, sheep and doves, and others sitting at tables exchanging money. 15 So he made a whip out of cords, and drove all from the temple courts, both sheep and cattle; he scattered the coins of the money changers and overturned their tables. 16 To those who sold doves he said, “Get these out of here! Stop turning my Father’s house into a market!” 17 His disciples remembered that it is written: “Zeal for your house will consume me.”[c]

18 The Jews then responded to him, “What sign can you show us to prove your authority to do all this?”

19 Jesus answered "Fuck the Jews and the Jannies.”


>> No.30108222

Bulkammo has some stock right now as well, it's on and off with them. I'd shoot some of it but at this point all I would hear is the sound of a dollar shooting out the side with these prices.

I didn't "fomo" buy ammo. It's all from pre-Covid. Boomers aren't going to liquidate their ammo closets that impacts ammo prices on a national level, that's silliness. Half of them are too paranoid to do it anyways. That production ramp up could definitely hit this year though you're right. Between that and covid restrictions getting lifted I think it might be time soon to lock in some gains.

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Haha Yes a new version!

I'm officially in two screencaps now.
>I made it.

>> No.30108405

Bars:coins is personal preference. I'm more of a goldbug, so I buy a 10:1 normally, and 1:1 when silver is below 20.

>> No.30108480

Big Bob was a bad investment last year. We lost half our business in March but one of our clients doubled their order so that made up part of the loss.
Luckily mines are opening up and hiring again.

>> No.30108510

I thought he sold beepers

>> No.30108536

You'll probably be fine. If you bought that much, you've already made it... at least a little bit. I only have 5k memehorse, but I hope it does enough to see me through the upcoming hard times.

>> No.30108571

Amen, anon, amen

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New to junk silber reporting in with my first purchase

If only I could get merc dimes over here

>> No.30108727

thanks fren i gonna pick up my first bits today so

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anyone here legitimately dont believe silver will amount to anything, but still invested thousands in miners and some physical just so you can wish for a miracle and get x20 gains on your mines?

>> No.30108854

No. It's the most undervalued asset in the history of the world

>> No.30108956

doesnt mean shit if the truth doesnt get exposed, or it gets exposed when we're already old and weak.

>> No.30108979

a few of my friends "have nothing to hide" so they would be ok if theres no cash anymore

fucking retards

>> No.30108987

if you want to gamble, go buy crypto. check back in here when you get rugpulled and we're the only ones with tangible assets.

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mark cuban retarded enough to think bitcoin will kill gold, even looks like ray dalio is thinking about joining the cult, frens thinks are honestly starting to look scary, we think that people will be smart enough to chose gold in the end but honestly i dont think we factored in how unbelievably stupid the average person has gotten just look at the mask wearing zombies everywhere

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>> No.30109069

You're replying to a D&C tranny.

>> No.30109105

crypto is dead dude, no one will ever make any money out of it, outside of scam artists.

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>*prints 11 trillion dollars in your path*

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i-is it dead?

>> No.30109202

98% of the world dont care.

>> No.30109247

98% of US citizens don't care. People are unbelievably dumb.

>> No.30109284

thanks for playing shill

>> No.30109299

Ammo is one of the first places inflation and hyperinflation hits. You will regret selling

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Can anyone recommend websites suitable for eurofags where I can buy penny silver stocks?
I have eToro account, but cannot find much there.
>inb4 eToro jewish ngmi
I am going to close it soon. I have locked ETH there and need to wait 180 to withdraw the actual crypto, not the gains.

>> No.30109343

>It's the most undervalued asset in the history of the world.

Silver, the Wonder Metal. The precious metal that has so many commercial and industrial uses.

Also the Wonder Metal.... I wonder why it's price is so suppressed.


>> No.30109351
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>At a high enough price, you'd think that the ammunition manufacturers
We are going through the Great Reset you know

>> No.30109358

degiro lets me buy penny stocks.

>> No.30109494

I'm also using degiro. They don't have everything but they are pretty good for us yuropoors.

>> No.30109520
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>When she just wants to give you a beej and doesn't care about the price you were going to pay in merc dimes

>> No.30109590

>Etna erupted
>Sinabaug erupted
>Iceland moved to yellow alert level
Will this be what finally pushes the great reset ?

>> No.30109596

Because the Constitution said it was money, that makes it the biggest threat to the fraudulent federal reserve notes. It's also decentralised unlike gold which is highly centralised making it easy for people to take control of it again if they ever learn the truth.

>> No.30109606

>We are going through the Great Reset you know.

True. The book 'The Great Reset' by Klaus Schwab of the World Economic Forum was published in June. They actually tell you what's happening.
Unfortunately most people are either too busy, too lazy or too dumb to read it.

>> No.30109665

DeGiro is the cheapest for us in Yuropoorland, but the transaction fees for Canadian junior miners is quite high though

>> No.30109688

Look at IB if you trade actively.

>> No.30109805
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Not sure if any of you gambling degenerates have heard, but the Reserve Bank of Australia doubled their daily bond buy backs(quantative easing) program to $4 billion a day, which would be just over $1 trillion aud a year.

All of course in the aim of suppressing bond yields and stopping interest rates from going up. The US markets pumped on open after this news because everyone now (rightfully) assumes the FED will do the same. YCC is now a reality. wether they make it official or not, we know its here. They will do ANYTHING to stop bond yields from rising and interest rates from going up.

Silver miner bro's prediction is coming true right before our eyes.

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Degiro sounds like degenerate so it is perfect. I will check it out
what good silver penny stocks are available there?

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>> No.30109921

Bayhorse is I think available there, also Prevtium Resources. I don't have them personally though, don't have the balls

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I can't wait until we can leave behind all investment vehicles, brokers, middlemen, etc. after hyperinflation hits. Just plain old money and what you can do with your hands to earn it. No tricks and schemes. Bliss

>> No.30109959

>Danke Austrobro!

>> No.30109974

Thoughts on Hecla stock guys?
I know it's not the most talked about but they seem to have a good history with decent current holdings and stuff in the pipeline.

>> No.30110063

Been absolutely rekt the last 4 or 5 trading days. Down 20%

>t. I have call options for september

>> No.30110110

That's partially why I'm thinking of jumping on them now but I'm wondering if there's something I've missed.

>> No.30110162

>europeans are awake
>precious minerals and regular mining stocks take a nosedive

fuck you niggers.

>> No.30110235


>> No.30110322

>check the curves
>it's only gold
damn i wanted cheap silver and plat too

>> No.30110369

Good explanation of Yield Curve Control here:


>> No.30110418

they dumped hard last year you should check out why

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shit degiro is not available in my country .. we are in EU god dammit are there any alternatives?

>> No.30110589

your bank maybe ?

>> No.30110619

dudes sup. what is the yearly rofit from bonuses issued by the project? at least about

>> No.30110768
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pre 1946 sixpence are about the same silver value as merc dimes.

>tfw just missed out on 70 threepence coins on spot price because my wife wanted to go to the shops and the auction ended
I'm fine

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Bonds are going up today.


>> No.30110888
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This world is so fucked and everybody is interested in patchwork solutions to only the financial problems directly related to their life. Can't we all just agree to get rid of all this unnecessary stressful contraption we've built up around ourselves and live simply again?

>> No.30110904

You will get another chance anon just keep looking, also keep that women under control

>> No.30110940
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Checked, define living simply though

>> No.30110959

Anyone want to weight in? Should I buy an iridium coin or just an arc-melted bead? (if both, which first). Coin has no booba

>> No.30111033

Are you sure you've got the numbers right there anon? Pre 1920, sure, 1920 - 1946 are only 50% silver.

>> No.30111078

Which country ? Use brokerchooser.com to find one that fits your budget.

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Probably something close to pic related. How the Romans did was more bearable even though there was still corruption. It lasted for a millenium. People relate America to Rome but the two are obviously extremely different. The American empire is almost over (hopefully) after 250 years or so.

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can anyone give me a straight answer on this
>suicide stack of silver?
>make-it stack of silver?

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Bulgaria... we usually are pretty liberal with platforms here so it is strange to not have this one. Maybe because it is british and they left the EU .. idk
I will check the finder and see what I can get

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That's anti-semitism fren.

>> No.30111168

Please cut out the numbers
They make it painful to read

>> No.30111192

That definitely looks comfy, working om some raised beds myself. They work very good, the veggies last year from it where rich and tasty

>> No.30111203

where to buy silver in japan

>> No.30111223

Why would you think there is a definitive answer to your question? If I said 100oz and 500oz, would it make you feel more confident? No-one knows where exactly this is going for sure, and anyone who says they do is lying.

>> No.30111235

Doubt anyone here can answer that question better than a Google search.

>> No.30111286

>Stop turning my Father’s house into a market
Pretty shure it should be more akin to
>Stop turning our Father’s house into a market

>> No.30111292
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Not everyone

>> No.30111302

Well, how much do you have?

>> No.30111320


>> No.30111323

I think >100 oz next to food, water, tools, guns, ammo maybe even land & housing and you will never suck dick in real life, just my 2 cents

>> No.30111335

looks like there's a silvergoldbull.jp

>> No.30111345

It's probably overpriced, but the Japanese Mint in Osaka has an online store


>> No.30111349
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Imagine the difference between nothing and 4800 somethings. Now imagine those 4800 somethings are dollars. Now imagine you can get those 4800 dollars by spending 35 bucks. Now imagine being able to do that over and over again without having to stop. Now tell me what a suicide stack of silver or a make-it stack of silver is

>> No.30111416

Oh noes

>> No.30111426


looks like they have some kino coins

>> No.30111456
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Is there a point in buying mining stocks if you only have a few hundred euros available each month and don't want any more physical metals?
I have money on 7 different pm stocks and as of now they're all red but BHS
Am I too spread out? I think I should stick to just 2-3 juniors, 1 major and maybe PSLV

>> No.30111477

>working om some raised beds myself
Beware treated lumber and even cement blocks. Toxic toxic uptake into your plants.

>> No.30111502

Are there perhaps any local coin shops/jewelery shops that sell bullion?

>> No.30111535

Seems to me like being more spread out is a good and not a bad thing. Junior mining companies can and do fuck up and go out of business and keep your money.

>> No.30111570

Yeah good to watch out for that, I made the beds from old pallets with "HT" marking, meaning heat treated, thus safe (in Yuroland). As an extra precaution though I added a plastic layer between the earth and the wood. The wood also last longer because of it.

>> No.30111571

111 oz. of silver and 0.94 oz. of gold.

>> No.30111963

It's often a mistake to let HR to do all the parts in hiring people. They are HR for a reason, if they knowledgeable about their sector they wouldn't be HR

>> No.30112062

You gotta pump those numbers up. Those are rookie numbers. I wanna see you at over 1oz by the end of the week.

>> No.30112226


Dem War Nickels. A true champion.

>> No.30112230


>> No.30112337

yeah i like the two cranes coin from the emperor wedding a lot too

>> No.30112522

even like 10 oz is still way more than the what the large majority of people have

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>tfw you keep stacking and keep moving forward

>> No.30112845

silver mining stocks are your only hope of getting x10-50 rates, crypto is long over.

Just hope comex stops fucking your shit up.

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I just left dirty Jersey

>> No.30112901
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why’s everyone going after us?

>> No.30112975

Insecurity and/or D&C, no really, what is holding you back of owning both crypto and gold?

>> No.30113033

All the figureheads are being called upon to contain the bullish sentiment spreading among the unwashed masses. They'll need all their shepherds to win this battle

>> No.30113035

is this nigger real ?
Everything we do today with crypto can be done faster without it

>> No.30113039


1946-64 are 50%

It's okay, she baked me an apple pie and we banged. worth it.

>> No.30113111

(((Crypto))) is a ponzi scheme, digital nothings created out of thin air, same as (((fiat)))

>> No.30113159

Ah Aussie coins, my apologies, thought you meant the proper thruppences.

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>> No.30113267

I need to go on a roadtrip. How does it feel to be out Yukon?

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heh, you bongs are alright.
buy silver tomorrow.

>> No.30113308
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Checked crypto is shit

>> No.30113338


>> No.30113523

is the nazi shit attacking pan man now
fucking hell
what a fag

>> No.30113605

Can't buy no more, totally broke here in bongland. Got some amazing coins coming to me this week though. Excited!!

>> No.30113735

had a dream my AG went to $6. digits confirms cheapies.

>> No.30113737

Yeah and if you time it right you can convert those digital nothings to real hard assets. It highly risky though, but nothing is preventing you from doing that.

>> No.30113870

ordered 5 krugs
will order more with stimmy

>> No.30113893

Just ordered a ngc graded circa 1600 polish r, I honestly don't know why. I just want more really old coins

>> No.30113997


I got 3 commemorative sterling coins on the way, 3 rare 5 peso from Cuba, double sov, regular sov, brit and a 1/2 lib arriving this week.

>> No.30114003

got some francs, florins and reichsmarks in the mail Anon. WAGMI

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Bayhorse up or down today

>> No.30114187

That is nice, must be early in the morning in Burgerland now though

>> No.30114254

make sure to post them for the frens

>> No.30114317

This. The return to gold and silver is the end of a credit cycle and they're pulling out all the stops on this one. Because this will be the big one. This is the end of globalism and the new world order.

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I'd buy French coins if they were a reasonable price

Im looking at Swiss Francs, but they are all like 200% spot price

>> No.30114336


>> No.30114344

LOL what do you mean
>time it right
It's not a matter of timing unless you are the architect of the ponzi, sweatie
You merely put your fiat in and hope number goes up by shilling it to other low iq plebs who fall for your get rich quick scheme
All it takes is one day of viral exposure to the nature of the scam and POOF it's all gone

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What could it be?

>> No.30114533

I will fren. Starting with my 2021 double soooov arriving today via DHL

>> No.30114541

canadian? im guessing some maples

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Notices bulge, uwu what's this?

>> No.30114643

2 Reichmark

>> No.30114649
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Pit stop!
Time for some breakfast.

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It's almost over now. I won't have to feel like pic related and all the people I tried to convince will be proven wrong.

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>> No.30114749


what kind of savage puts packing tape over a coing on paper.

>> No.30114785

Those sound neat, ive never thought about collecting coins but I do like collecting history. What other euro silver would you recommend?
Thats sick anon, I'm saving up for a ancient Roman gold coin, thats my end goal lol

>> No.30114799

Glad you said it anon, it was making me uncomfortable.

>> No.30114852

I would rather put fiat on red at the roulette table instead of partaking in a digital ponzi scheme.. but why risk anything at all when you have a guaranteed trade of 35 paper nothings for every ounce upon ounces of the most valuable commodity in the world? Silver is essential to more patents than all other metals combined

>> No.30114897

dollar gaining strength is why gold going down thats normal

>> No.30114914


Disgust is my shield, hatred is my sword. Fuck jews, let none survive!

>> No.30114990

It was in a sleeve. Anyway I ordered from Stefan Wolf and I tested and it's real.
Some anons shared the MA-shops link.

>> No.30115023
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I have roughly $18,000 in savings and no active investments, what's a good amount to put into PM's?

>> No.30115028

Man so many 1pbtids come crawling out of the woodwork if you express anything other than hate for niggers.

>> No.30115053

where you headed?

>> No.30115121

i see
not my thing, but glad you were able to find what you were looking for.
happy stacking to ya

>> No.30115141

5-7k a few oz of gold and a few kilos of silver. And boom you have a investment.

>> No.30115143

Roman coins seem a lot more accessible than I expected. Would def get some coins from the Marcus Aurelius era just because I'm a light stoicfag

>> No.30115157

nice copy pasta. i'm a gold bug, but bot posting is crap.

>> No.30115228

He's headed to TN from New Jewzie

>> No.30115236

I'm not a degenerate gambler who would risk my savings on the biggest bubble in history, so I would put all $18,000 into physical silver so that my descendants forever smile on my name for passing on to them the wealth of kings and queens

>> No.30115308

the only way they can keep the bitcoin ponzi scheme up is if they attack gold at the same time.

>> No.30115316

+5% in Europoor so far.

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It's so unbelievable that this is the opportunity we have, but it's true. That's why it hasn't been realized yet, because no one can believe that silver is so suppressed

>> No.30115338

I know its pretty cool tho, I lost fascinating to have something so historical and a huge part of human progress

>> No.30115391

thank you, may green arrows bless your day.

>> No.30115419
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>silver mining stocks
>biggest bubble in history

mining equities are among the most undervalued equities of all time. not at least having a suicide stack is depriving your descendants of a future family fortune. those who have physical silver AND (selective mining equities, good assets, good management, no debt etc) will MASSIVELY outperform everyone else.

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>tfw pinocchio was story to warn people about kikes lying and cheating

>> No.30115727

your picrel is very interesting.
i've been kicking around the idea that this whole gme thing is much much bigger than dfv a couple cheeto eaters with a brilliant stoner moment.
i think it's fairly obvious there are some major forces, globally, restructuring the global economy.
not 'great reset' shit. this feels like a fight to correct things.

i wonder if gme is meant to publicly show
>However, the authorities could prove... collective ability and specific intent to create an artificial price.
as a working example of the PM manipulation that has been going on for years.

>> No.30115751

because precious metals are a really good inflation hedge (and more). wti oil would be too but it is hard to store and carry around for the average joe. we are witnessing the greatest ponzi scheme propagated by cultists and criminals (micheal saylor will be arrested when bitcoin crashes 50%+). they cultists and criminals act for the centeal banks' benefit too because they d&c the peoples afraid of inflation. but idgaf. normies and retards in crypto will see how much the governments "love" crypto in the future. buggy implementations made by hobbyists are probably vulnerable af. i wouldn't be surprised if the big players have already exploits to fuck up crypto software without harming the rest of the internet. nobody hacks your gold and silver.

in the 00s it was the iphone what attracted braindead cultists, today it's bLOcKCHAin. the others are mostly scammers. it's like you said. of course people could own both at the same time but cultists and criminals don't like the idea.

>> No.30115790

baking now

>> No.30115820

Plat/iridium alloys
Jewelry or coins

>> No.30115828

New pancake here