Once upon a time, and for a very short while, stacking silver with the Mulligan Mint was a lot of fun. For several months, customers flooded the websites of Silver Bullet Silver Shield, Coins for the Cause, TSPMint, Agorist Metals, M2 Factory Story and a number of others, all to acquire exciting silver, copper & gold coins that meant more than boring bullion. All of these projects were brought to life by me, Rob Gray, my brother David, Eddie Allen, and the team we built along the way. The … [Read more...] about Moving on from Mulligan Mint
You can’t say “bomb” on an airplane, as Ben Stillerfound out the hard way in Meet the Parents. Apparently, you can’t say “Bitcoin” on your website, either, without eliciting the same hysterical reaction from the banking establishment. Presently, Mulligan Mint does not accept Bitcoin in exchange for any of its products. As an alternative currency, Bitcoin actually competes with the American Open Currency Standard. However, we do respect and admire Bitcoin and it’s community for taking a … [Read more...] about Just saying Bitcoin is like saying bomb on an airplane
Just as in the Great Depression, the 2008 financial crisis resulted in renewed interest in community currencies. With the value of the dollar falling and the stability of the entire financial system in question, many local communities sought to protect themselves against inflation and economic uncertainty. That’s when Bitcoin came along to take the alternative currency world by storm. Independent of any central authority and based upon a cryptographic protocol that ensures the currency cannot … [Read more...] about Mulligan Mint celebrates Bitcoin with new one ounce silver round
Internationally acclaimed television network, Russia Today, stopped by Mulligan Mint while filming a documentary on the Republic of Texas. Mulligan Mint CEO Rob Gray gives a quick tour of the expanding facility and explains how the mint technicians are re-purposing retired U.S. mint equipment to “create a complimentary currency system that can change the world.” … [Read more...] about Russia Today investigates Mulligan Mint
You can’t sell an underweight silver coin, especially one that’s marked AOCS APPROVED. The US government may want you to believe that the “standard” acceptable weight for a one-ounce silver coin is anywhere from .998 Troy ounces and up, but that’s not how we do things here at the Mulligan Mint. In fact, every coin we mint contains AT LEAST the weight of .999 fine silver marked on the medallion. Take a quick look at the latest batch of silver paraDIMES to see our weight tolerance. … [Read more...] about Silver paraDIMES – underweight blanks?
After more than a year of research, development, experimentation and frustration, tenth ounce .999 fine silver paraDIMES are ready for prime-time! One of the final steps in the process was finding and calibrating a specialized coin wrapper to roll fifty paraDIMES into a single 5oz packaged product. Check out this link for a first look at the new silver paraDIMES and the wrapper that will turn them into 5oz rolls of silver! … [Read more...] about Silver paraDIMES – a first look