1 bitcoin = 1 bitcoin ? Can different bitcoins have different spendable values ?

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Asked this earlier in mentor Monday but didn't get much response.

Can one bitcoin be more valuable than another bitcoin ?

For example, Mr X uses a faucet and manages to withdraw 0.0001 into his wallet every day using the new address it generates each day. In 1000 days he has acquired 1 bitcoin . His friend Mr Y is a lot richer and buys a whole freshly minted coin straight from a miner. They both now have 1 bitcoin each.

If I offered to buy both Mr X and Mr Y whole coin, how much more would they need to cover the fee ? Assuming both used the same wallet using the same calculations to figure out the fee that would get picked up at the same time.

Would Mr X need to pay more and how much more ? Would in real terms his coin be worth less due to higher fees ?

In short, are some coins more valuable than other coins due to them being cheaper to spend ? And if they are how big can this disparity be ??

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