Late last night at some point past midnight it appears that bucketface got a passport (2016001236) for Bitcoin for the Befuddled
A few minutes later the passport was stamped in Chicago, Illinois with the following travel detail:
I've twice read Bitcoin for the Befuddled and now I'm sending it to a reader in Guam (the US Territory)
Thanks bucketface! We look forward to soon seeing a stamp update from the new reader in Guam!
Evidently the Nandi Bear not only reads books but also intermittently leafs through periodicals such as, though not limited to, the Wall Street Journal.
Bitcoin book review (episode 1) - Sherlock: The facts and fiction behind the world's most famous detective, by author Martin Fido.
Fido has effectively and efficiently created a thorough biography of Sherlock Holmes (a fictional character).
Track this book with it's unique Nandi Bear Passport Number: 2015001129
I recently found a Nandi Bear Passport Sticker inside the front cover of a book that I purchased at a used bookstore.
What do I do now?
The first thing that you should do is visit NandiBear.com and enter the book’s unique Nandi Bear Passport Numberand see where the book has been in the past.
The second step is to get a digital Nandi Bear Passport Stamp for your book. This will let others know of the book’s new location and how you personally acquired (e.g., bought at used book store) the book.
There's nothing that you need to print out or affix to your book. Your stamp is digital and will be attached online to your book's passport number. All that you need to do is login at Nandibear.com and click on Get your Passports stamped (PLEASE!)
Later on if you decide to donate, gift or sell your book you should get another stamp which will let others know that the book has again traveled!