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  • Amagi Metals @ Denver Coin Show October 25th-27th

    We are very excited about having a table at the October 2013 Denver Coin Show! We will be selling gold and silver coins, rounds, bar, and other bullion. Stop by and hang out with your favorite coin dealers! When? October 25th – 27th, 10am – 6pm Friday & Saturday, 10am – 3pm Sunday Where? National […]

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  • Amagi Metals @ Colorado Springs Coin Show June 28th-June 30th

    We are very excited about having a table at the 2013 Colorado Coin Show! We will be selling gold and silver coins, rounds, bar, and other bullion. When? June 28th – 30th, 9am – 5pm Where? Freedom Financial Expo Center 3650 N. Nevada Avenue Colorado Springs, CO 80907 We will also be accepting bitcoins for […]

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  • Amagi Metals Turns Bitcoins Into Gold

    For Immediate Release Amagi Metals Turns Bitcoins Into Gold Denver, Colorado May 15, 2013 If you have money tied up in bitcoins, the virtual currency that is creating so much buzz among the technocracy, and would like to convert it into something more tangible, Stephen Macaskill has a solution. Macaskill’s company, Amagi Metals, is a […]

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  • Amagi Metals Hits $50,000 in Bitcoin Sales

    With little advertising Amagi Metals is about to hit $50,000 in bitcoin sales.

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  • Bitcoins is No Joke

    Have you ever wanted to know what Bitcoins are? Here is a beautiful Youtube video that goes in depth into what the heck Bitcoins are.

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  • Amagi Metals’ Now Accepting Bitcoins

    We are pleased to announce that we are now accepting Bitcoins (BTC) as a form of payment.

    Bitcoin is the first decentralized digital currency, also known as a cryptocurrency. We have started to accept Bitcoin because it allows payment anywhere in the world, instantly, securely, and privately. Unlike other currencies, bitcoins are not controlled by any government, central bank, or corporation. Thousands of businesses, and hundreds of thousands of people have already started using Bitcoin around the world.

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