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The listing, I BOOK of 20 FOREVER STAMPS`" THE AMERICAN FLAG" style has ended.

** Listing again! ~ ...LOL ~ Wow!!
20 NEW Forever STAMPS ~!!
** ONE BOOK of 20 stamps with 20 PRETTY AMERICAN FLAGS~
AWESOME BEAUTY! .Patriotic always~
** NEW ~ Perfect stamps! Come on folks ~
Let's celebrate & rejoice in OUR FREEDOMS
with pretty stamps on our mailings..

I ship free with tracking in a bubble mailer from the Posty.
Thank you for your great bids! (*.*)
Questions & Comments
so, do I understand the XNK value of the bid of 40.49 to have a dollar value of $5.67 ? I sure would like your input because I am being told things... man it costs $3 to mail and $10 to buy the stamps ...I am really wondering ~ LOL Thank you everyone (*.*)
Mar 11th, 2018 at 3:54:45 PM PDT by
natahoa has a conversion sheet on her site..very helpful to me (*.*)
Mar 14th, 2018 at 1:51:10 PM PDT by
Mar 15th, 2018 at 7:41:28 AM PDT by
In response to your earlier question it really depends on who you ask and what market value they are using. When INK launched Listia knew that the market would most likely crash therefore set & froze their market value at 0.14. They hoped that in time the value would stabilize but in the meantime the rate would give a bit of a buffer. However, the actual market value has stayed around 0.05 since it was launched. Listia said the 0.14 would only be temporary but didn't specify for how long. They removed their market value from their header a couple of days again and also removed the USD conversions from listings.

Sellers will now have to pay much more attention to current market values in order to keep tabs on their starting bids & GINs. It's one of the reasons that I plan to offer mainly GIN listings so that if I need to adjust my GIN according to a changing market value I will have that option. It's going to be more like playing the stock market. Buy low & sell high.

So, back to your original question. If you use the 0.14 value 40.49 XNK = $5.67 USD. However, if you use the more realistic & accurate value of 0.05 then 40.49 XNK = $2.02. So, your current bid of 106 XNK = $14.84 (@ 0.14) or $5.30 using the 0.05 market value.

P.S. There are several sites to look at the current rates such as:

Good Luck to you and hope my explanation doesn't just confuse you more. P.S. in my above figures I didn't factor in free shipping and just calculated for the stamps themselves so the figures still need some tweaking depending upon your actual shipping costs)
Mar 16th, 2018 at 6:45:39 PM PDT by
I found out that even with credits only ~I can (& you can) bid on XNK auctions!
Now that is pretty good! (*.*)
Mar 10th, 2018 at 5:25:43 PM PST by
I have credits and INK. Thought you could only bid on items that were still listed in credits with credits. Items listed in INK with INK. Anyway F&W.
Mar 11th, 2018 at 5:58:15 PM PDT by
I have bid on XNK with credits and it is automatic changed to XNK~ Amazingly easy..too easy LOL (*.*)
Mar 12th, 2018 at 11:55:17 AM PDT by
Im not understanding this XNK thing but going with the flow.I think we all got use to the regular Math that we were taught.This makes ya think outside the box but thinking im stuck in the box Ha.Best wishes for your auction.!!!
Mar 16th, 2018 at 10:22:05 AM PDT by
I sure do agree! Thank you toots (*.*)
Mar 16th, 2018 at 5:29:18 PM PDT by

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