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6th International Math Trade

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May? That's pretty soon! I am hoping to join this time.

 

Any advice on how many coins one should enter in order to get at least one trade? Or does that depend completely on the coins?

 

Good luck with the quiz bowl!

 

I believe you were limited to 50 coins for the last math trade

 

ILYK

 

OK, let me rephrase... :) How FEW coins could one enter, and still get at least one trade? I don't have anywhere near 50. I'm wondering if I should buy some more coins to help my chances of getting something I'd like. But I guess it is impossible to determine in advance.

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OK, let me rephrase... :) How FEW coins could one enter, and still get at least one trade? I don't have anywhere near 50. I'm wondering if I should buy some more coins to help my chances of getting something I'd like. But I guess it is impossible to determine in advance.

 

I don't think it's hard to get a trade. That's what I thought first time (last time) too. As long as you're willing to accept reasonable trades in return and someone wants your coin, you'll probably get a trade. The key is in what you'll take for your coin.

 

You're in complete control of what you'll get for your coins. Just be aware you might see some of the ones you trade away on eBay afterward... I wish someone had told me that. There's nothing wrong with it but I was naively assuming that the people getting my coins wanted them to keep. Made me realize that what I'll take for a coin depends on the buyer - as ridiculous as that sounds!

 

Anyway, I'll be in again - it's a lot of fun and it introduced me to coins I'd never seen before. I got very absorbed in it... the hubby was glad when it was over, lol!

 

edited to add - the number of coins you put in really has nothing to do with whether you'll get a trade.

Edited by redwingrr

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I saw this going on last time, but didn't sign-up due to being intimidated by all the seasoned coin trading veterans:) Now, that I have a better understanding of it I will definitely want to partake this next time around.

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