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The Bit Coin Silver (3 Stk.)

Artikelnummer: MR64752

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In the past, coin magic always lacked fascinating stories unlike card magic or any kind of magic.

The introduction of coins has always been more or less awkward and out of place. The most we were able to do is to say nothing or talk about "grandpa's coins" at the beginning of coin tricks.

We show people coin magic without many introductions. We often perform coin magic without invitations.

Until now.

With BitCoin, all you have to do is merely show people this coin and talk about this fascinating object and subject. While talking about the coin, just mention that you can do some magic tricks. Then people will be more than eager to watch you perform your incredible coin magic.

Bitcoin is the best way to get people to want to see your coin magic. No more awkward coin appearances and no more lies like "my grandpa gave it to me."

We have also included "How to do coin magic" for free with the purchase of the 3-coin set.

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