Press Release Body = BOISE, Idaho - With geocoin popularity exploding, buyers are looking for places other than Ebay to find the coins. Geocoins were designed to be a part of Geocaching, an activity were people find hidden containers from GPS coordinates found on geocaching.com. The geocoins are coins, but each have unique "tracking numbers" that can be registered with the geocaching website and tracked as they travel from geocache to geocache. "The Cachebug was designed to be a place to connect geocachers to the coins," said Sergio Brown founder of the website cachebug.com, "when I got into geocoins it was almost impossible to find where they were being sold, so I made the site to help people find them." The Cachebug has links to all of the geocoin vendors as well as commentary on all of the latest coin releases. Recently The Cachebug has added The Cachebug Forum for people to list and sell their coins for free. "My goal is to get everyone into geocoins because they are one of the coolest things that nobody knows about," said Mr. Brown. "When they get as popular as stamps, I'll be happy." The Cachebug started last year and has quickly become a regular stop for geocoin collectors. The website is free and promotes the latest geocoins. Everyone is welcome to visit and participate.
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