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 UK Business Man Trying To Get Bitcoins Back Seized By Feds Says He Sold Legal Items

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PostSubject: UK Business Man Trying To Get Bitcoins Back Seized By Feds Says He Sold Legal Items   Fri Jan 31, 2014 12:37 pm

http://www.forbes.com/sites/andygreenberg/2014/01/31/silk-road-vendor-filing-claim-for-seized-bitcoins-argues-he-sold-only-legal-items/

Interesting article. I guess this guy sold paraphanalia not actual drugs. He says he was selling legal items and Feds had no reight to seize his money.  We'll see if he gets it back. Doubtful.
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PostSubject: I wonder....   Fri Jan 31, 2014 6:55 pm

scratch Wonder if I should have bought Bitcoin?  
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PostSubject: Re: UK Business Man Trying To Get Bitcoins Back Seized By Feds Says He Sold Legal Items   Fri Jan 31, 2014 7:43 pm

At some point, it has made many people a lot of PROFIT!  Alas, I am NOT one of them.

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PostSubject: Re: UK Business Man Trying To Get Bitcoins Back Seized By Feds Says He Sold Legal Items   Sun Feb 02, 2014 1:24 pm

im sitting on some bitcoins i tend to buy onthe dips, just my opinon but i feel like 800 is about averages price and spikes and dips  are just fluctuations so i think i bought at 600 sold at 1200 bought some more at 800 sold at 900, then bought some more at the dip down to 500 and havn't really purchased anymore. i always have a post up on craigslist that im selling bitcoins. because people can buy them instantly face to face and locally you can often charge a premium. i dont get a ton of interest but normally sell to 2-3 people a month. not only am i up due to the value increase but i also tend to sell for 5% to 10% over the offical value on cl.
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