posted on Nov, 11 2019 @ 04:56 PM
With both parties happy with the transaction Tim ask me if there was anything else he could do for me today. I decided to ask him if he could
recommend any bitcoin buyers who paid cash for bitcoin. His eyes kind of lit up and he motioned me to his desk. I took a seat and he pulled up his bit
coin account. I smiled and said this seems to be a one stop shop for me today.His assistant came over to his desk and handed him the receipt printout.
He checked it and put an X at the bottom left of the receipt, then he signed it under his name on the authorization area on the form and handed it to
me and offered me a nice gold plated Cross pen and indicated for me to sign on the line near the X. Once I had signed it he gave me the yellow copy
and handed his assistant the other 2 copies. She returned to her desk to file them and he started opening up his bitcoin account wallet on his
computer. He pulled up today's price and it was at $9,349 per bitcoin. He looked at me and I was pulling up my bitcoin wallet as well and we both
could see the current price. As we were both checking the trends on bitcoin we could both see that it had hit as low as $7,430 within the last month
but the average for the month was $9,100 per bitcoin. We agreed on $9,000 each and I offered him 5 coins. If he cashed them out today he would clear
around $1,745 profit. I qued up 5 coins in my wallet and ask him to input the wallet id he wanted them sent to. After he had done this I added my name
and his business name the sale amount and the notation for the cash terms. I showed him and he smiled and I sent the coins to him. His wallet made a
ding within a minute or less. He checked the screen and could see that he had received the bitcoins in his wallet. He printed out a receipt from his
computer and he and I returned to the vault room. He got into another box and took out 5 stacks of banded $100 notes and split one in half laying them
side by side. He then slipped the $5,000 back into the box and returned it to the locking cabinet while I inspected the bills and put them also into
the hard case and locked the case. We went back to his desk where his assistant had brought out the new receipt and he took out his pen and I signed
it after he signed it. He offered me back the pen and noted it was engraved with his company information. Please take the pen he said and if there is
anything else I can do for you please do not hesitate to ask.
I put my sunglasses back on and headed back out to Teddy. So now I had $82,500 in cash and 445 bitcoins. About $4,0050,000 worth of bitcoin at today's
value. I had no idea Kevin's bitcoin holding had grown so much. I was not sure if it was a memory gap or if his bitcoin mine had simply done very well
since his passing. I decided I would meditate on this later and perhaps have Ebramel help me to fill in the gaps I seem to have. I instructed Teddy to
return to the Eaos. I buckled in and off we went. We got back to the driveway where the Eaos was parked in the field and there was some traffic. I
decided to pass on by. I pulled back on to Forest Ln. Then I took a right on the next street which was Forest Ln Circle. I drove to the back of the
cul-de-sac and parked for a minute. I instructed Teddy to make us some Osage Nation plates for the car a vanity plate TED1. I had Eaos enter this
information into the system for me. Now I was unlikely to get pulled over. I pulled back out to Forest Ln and was still noticing some traffic. I had
Eaos send the data on this place on the HUD inside Teddy. It was called The Lamplighter School. They had a bit over 400 students enrolled in that
private school at that time. Being a Tuesday it would likely be busy all day. I figured I should make the best use of the day so I headed back to the
coin shop. When I got there I called and Tim answered and I told him I had some questions he might be able to help me with. He buzzed me back in and
greeted me at the door and shook my hand again. I guessed he had already made some money off our last transactions. We went back over to his desk and
I told him my business for the day was postponed and I was trying to make good use of my day. He shook his head affirming me and I told him what I
I would like to find an affordable industrial space that was large with good highway access to the East of Dallas outside the heavy traffic areas. He
thought this over for a minute then said “what sort of industry and how much space do you think you might need.” I told Tim I needed about 10,000
sqft and it needs to be largely warehouse space with some office space, bathrooms and a break room. He got on his phone and made a call. I heard him
talking to his cousin Benham in Farsi.
He indicated the space was available and if I prepaid a 1 year lease he would do the deal for 8 bit coin. I could come and see it today. I nodded
indicating the affirmative and Tim arranged the meeting. He sent me the listing, and I looked up the satellite images and pulled up the street view.
It had been sitting empty for a year but was a strong building off of W. Commerce St about 2 minutes drive time to I-30. I had hoped to be on the East
side of Dallas but this location gave me some advantages and I could pay for a year with 8 bitcoin and have a bit over 10K sqft to work from. This
transaction also gave my new friend Tim some more money in his family network. We had about 1 hour to kill until the meeting. As we struck up a
conversation I learned that his family had come to the US in the early 1970's from Lebanon. They were Christians and were believed by the PLO to be
spies for Mossad. Their entire family as many as they could get to the US emigrated here. They sold their homes, markets and cars and such and started
a new life in an apartment complex owned by a family member who had moved to Texas years before working as a petroleum engineer evaluating potential
yields for properties for International Western Oil. He didn't ask me many questions about myself but he did ask what sort of business I would be
doing in his cousin's warehouse. I told tim I had been working with technology startups and was interested in fuel cells. He liked the high technology
discussion and soon our time was up. I ask if he would like to go to the meeting with me and we could go in my car. He had been admiring Teddy so he
called in another family member to help with the shop while we were gone. We got to the car and he wanted to take an image on his phone of the 2 of us
standing in front of the car.
I complied and he took the image and sent a copy to his cousin Benham informing him by text that we would both be there and he seemed very pleased to
get to take a ride with me.
Tim took a few minutes to look over the car. He noticed right away that while it had the basic design elements of the iNext it didn't have the BMW
logo anywhere on it. I told him this was a prototype designed with more advanced features than the iNext concept car. Those would not go into
production until 2021 at least. He went to the passenger side door and I said Teddy open the passenger side door. The door slowly swung open and Tim
looked like a school boy he was so enamored by the car. I had Teddy open my door as well and got in and then said Teddy close doors. The doors closed
and when they sealed there was a noticeable change in air pressure.
edit on 11/11/2019 by machineintelligence because: entry error