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Hey, everyone.

Does anyone know where one can buy bulk Nutcoin? I can't use my mining PC because it's being used for Folding@home at the moment.
Also, by what means can one buy Nutcoin? I have 0.1 BTC I'm willing to put in, if that's accepted. I don't want to use Paypal for obvious reasons.
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You can on allcrypt and pmtocoins.
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Hey, everyone.

Does anyone know where one can buy bulk Nutcoin? I can't use my mining PC because it's being used for Folding@home at the moment.
Also, by what means can one buy Nutcoin? I have 0.1 BTC I'm willing to put in, if that's accepted. I don't want to use Paypal for obvious reasons.

Yes, BTC is accepted at Allcrypt.com
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You can on allcrypt and pmtocoins.
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You can on allcrypt and pmtocoins.

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Yes, BTC is accepted at Allcrypt.com

Thanks. Bought a little over 8 million NUT. Assuming the claims in the initial post are to be true, I will create a relatively small fortune in 10 years biggrin.gif
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Thanks. Bought a little over 8 million NUT. Assuming the claims in the initial post are to be true, I will create a relatively small fortune in 10 years biggrin.gif

Well, that's a big IF to assume that - but welcome aboard! As long as those of us holding NUT don't give up on it - it will always have some value... and potentially a fantastic return. I was buying up the small-priced sells on allcrypt but they gobbled up my meager investment. But hey, I took some of the lowball coins off the market and I'm holding for the long-run so it's all good. biggrin.gif

I might do something really stupid as far as NUT is concerned in the future however... have a couple BTC that I don't really have plans for - but I'm pretty much just sitting still right now... things in crypto-coin land are looking a little scary! wink.gif
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Well, that's a big IF to assume that - but welcome aboard! As long as those of us holding NUT don't give up on it - it will always have some value... and potentially a fantastic return. I was buying up the small-priced sells on allcrypt but they gobbled up my meager investment. But hey, I took some of the lowball coins off the market and I'm holding for the long-run so it's all good. biggrin.gif

I might do something really stupid as far as NUT is concerned in the future however... have a couple BTC that I don't really have plans for - but I'm pretty much just sitting still right now... things in crypto-coin land are looking a little scary! wink.gif
Yeah, I know it's a big ask but such is the game of investment - this platform has the potential to become the next 'Google' of crypto-currencies. TBH I'm just going to leave them there for a decade and sell 'em when I need the money.
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Yeah, I know it's a big ask but such is the game of investment - this platform has the potential to become the next 'Google' of crypto-currencies. TBH I'm just going to leave them there for a decade and sell 'em when I need the money.

Very true... and at current exchange rates... 10M NUT is worth what, like ~$60? So even if it never gets above the point where a 10M NUT buys you much more than a pair of shoes... we're still coming out way ahead (as at current inflation rates a pair of shoes will be something like $1,200 in a decade). Of course, you'd still have to find a store willing to sell shoes for NUT - which is the problem we currently have... but hopefully, we'll be able to fix that in the coming year or so. thumb.gif
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Another pool stepping on board the nut train:

http://nutcoin.miningpoolhub.com/

- 0% Fee
- US / Asia servers
- Very fast, reliable, secure.
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Awesome looking out. 0% fee is sick.
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Well, I definitely wouldn't consider it going 'all-in'... but I picked up another 15M NUT (and left 3.5M of it on the exchange in a sell just to keep things interesting). Oh yeah, and I've got a buy in for another 15M should people decide to dump for 1 Sat - which I'm sure they will.

If nothing else, it's fun to look at numbers this large... even if they will barely pay for a sandwich in real life. biggrin.gif
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