If you point someone to a coin priced below their minimum offer, do they owe a finder's fee?
This is a hypothetical I've been thinking about (and not based on any dealings I've had). Every so often there is a BST post where someone is looking for one or more of something and offering to pay at least a specified minimum for the coin. If you own one, it's straight forward: the sell price is at least the minimum. What if you simply point them to one you don't own?
Let's say the minimum price is $500. If you find one for sale for $450 do they owe you $50 for pointing it out? If it's only $200 do they owe you $300? Or if you point them to the coin do they just owe you a thank you or maybe a nominal fee unrelated to their minimum price?