+cmhall9 Posted August 29, 2012 Share Posted August 29, 2012 (edited) I saw that a cacher posted a photo and the code for one of their travel bugs on Facebook and gave permission to "Discover" it. I have a geocoin that I do not plan on releasing so I thought this would be a great way to allow others to discover my coin. People can discover a TB and GC in a cache and in person. So wouldn't online be OK as long as the owner did it and gave permission? I've been going through the rules on Geocaching.com but I cannot seem to find anything that fits this. Is it against the rules to post a travel bug or geocoins code online for the express purpose for people to discover it? Please let me know. I personally do not consider it bad etiquette but another way to play the game. However if there is a rule that says not to do this then I will take my post down. Edited August 29, 2012 by cmhall9 Quote Link to comment
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