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Master Geek
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Topic # 225642 28-Nov-2017 12:17
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I took advantage of the Trezor black friday deal and purchased three Trezors (Two black, one white) for the price of two.  Including DHL express to NZ and all credit card fees, the total came to $359.75, so they owe me $119.91 each.

 

I have two available for $126 each including tracked/signed for courier anywhere in NZ. They list on TradeMe for around $240.

 

They are in a box that is glued together and with holographic seal stickers.  You can't get it out of the box without physically damaging the box - https://doc.satoshilabs.com/trezor-user/whatsinthebox.html

 

First buyer will get to choose color.

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1908972 28-Nov-2017 12:32
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Yes I’m keen to buy and pick first colour thanks : )

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  Reply # 1908976 28-Nov-2017 12:47
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I'll take the other one.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1909033 28-Nov-2017 15:15
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dacraka: Yes I’m keen to buy and pick first colour thanks : )

 

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  Reply # 1909086 28-Nov-2017 17:20
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very interesting. Can I ask how you use your bitcoins?





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  Reply # 1909171 28-Nov-2017 19:51
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Does the Trezor wallet app take a small fee from every transaction?







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  Reply # 1909226 28-Nov-2017 21:57
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sonyxperiageek:

 

Does the Trezor wallet app take a small fee from every transaction?

 

 

No, only Bitcoin transaction/mining fees as per usual. In theory you can choose to pay no fee, but that will take a lot longer for the first confirmation.

 

Remember that the fees are based on the byte size of the transaction, not the value/volume of bitcoin transferred.


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  Reply # 1909230 28-Nov-2017 22:14
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If you have any left (probably not), I'd be keen on one too thanks.







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  Reply # 1909249 28-Nov-2017 22:51
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sonyxperiageek:

 

If you have any left (probably not), I'd be keen on one too thanks.

 

 

Sorry, all gone. I purchased three, kept one and sold the other two.

 

 


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