At current market rates I will be charging 25 LTC per coin (this includes the 10 LTC to fund the coin). This is subject to change without notice based on market fluctuations.
TheLiteCoinGuy pointed out that the current spot value for these is ~$35 for which you're selling for ~$65. And you're aiming to begin selling in early-mid July. Mt. Gox seems to be planning on launching LTC support around the same time - and everyone is expecting the price to jump significantly. So say it jumps to ~$6/LTC. Or better, $10/LTC. How would you take market fluctuations into account regarding pricing? Would you change the price purely based on demand? How so?
Let's see what the price is when I start selling. That's how we will deal with it. My price was based on current LTC/USD price. I'll adjust it if it gets too out of whack (both if the price goes up and down) to be fair of both outcomes.
Or you could buy LTC now with intentions to purchase these.
Makes sense to me to keep the premium close to ~$30. Sounds fair to see what happens. I am interested in probably 2. Something I will actively be considering until release. Along with how many LTC I'll be buying
I've got an off the wall idea. Someone was saying to use pro equipment to photograph the Lealanas for publicity. I think that's fantastic advice! So along the same lines, I'm proposing "donating" a 2 coin package to Max Keiser. He's a huge silver fan; he mints his own bullion. Huge Bitcoin fan; promotes it on RT, the Keiser Report almost every other show. He's certainly already aware of Litecoins, but maybe this will give him a little extra push to publicize LTC on his show, blogs, channels, etc.