Selling Your Coins
Whilst the currency value of your coins is limited by the coin you choose to buy, for example a 25LTC or 1LTC, our limited edition and limited production coins have an intrinsic value based on the price of silver. There is also the possibility that the value of the digital currency may go up or down.
At some point in the future you may find that your coins have become highly collectable and have increased in value, outside of the actual currency or metal value and you may decide to sell your coins. Here we offer you some suggestions to ensure a smooth transaction.
- Think carefully about the method you are using to sell your coins.
- If you are selling your coins online, make sure that you take good quality photos of both the front and back of your coin.
- Make it clear whether you are selling your coins funded or unfunded.
- Describe your coin accurately. For example if you were selling one of our 25LTC Limited Editions it might be number 321 of a limited edition of 500 made of .999 silver and weighing 2 ounces.
- Make sure that you receive payment before dispatching coins and always use an insured and tracked service for shipping. It is best to ship to a buyer's billing address. We would recommend Ebay with payments to be made by bank transfer or cash on collection, unless you are taking payment in digital currency, in which case it will go to your wallet.
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