Thank you LaserShark Design for helping to restore my faith in humanity!
Yesterday I came home from work to find my back door kicked in and my house ransacked. Among the missing items was a binder of credit cards. I spent as large portion of today calling credit card companies to report the cards stolen, while contemplating what a horribly antiquated system CCs really are. Today I came home to find as package containing the bitcoin cold storage cards that I had ordered from LaserShark Design. Included in the package was a personalized note explaining that he had accidentally engraved one extra card and was including it free of charge, as well as thanking me for my order. http://imgur.com/54NVUFk There are still good people in this world! All of this put in the forefront of my mind how bitcoin could massively reduce fraud and generally make our lives better. TL;DR. CCs suck, bitcoin is awesome. LaserShark Design is a great company.
Hey there. I posted this over at Bitcoin the other day but figured some of you guys might find our product useful as well. The company my business partner and I created is called CryoBit and we saw a need for an ultra durable cold storage product. Some, or maybe all, of the bitcoins you take offline may be for a long period of time and I just can't trust paper wallets. In fact a small flood ruined one of paper wallets. Fortunately it really only cost me my pride at the time, but I needed something more durable. Plastic and aluminum cards can get the job done for some people, but I wanted to make sure, especially as the price of my coins rose, that I had something that could easily withstand the elements. I hope my house doesn't burn down, but at least I would still have my bitcoins left...yay. I believe there may have been another company a few months ago that offered a stainless steel option but they seemed to have had some issues with their launch and maybe no longer exist? I think there may have also been a couple other horror stories. Either way we are a real company based in the United States that just launched and would be happy to send one of our Cryo Card's to a mod, but for those that are interested now please check it out at: https://www.cryobit.co/cold-storage-products/cryo-card/ Or if you just want to see some quick pics then here is a small album: http://imgur.com/a/YiUHV The Cryo Card is made out of AMS 5524 Stainless Steel and Ceramic-glass etched. It is fire and flood proof. We will also be offering a cold storage coin (Cryo Coin) option soon if you want to get in on that now. We will be taking pre-orders. If you're not interested in any of our products at the moment but want to keep up to date with where the ride goes with us then please follow us @CryoBit or on facebook at /cryobit Oh yeah, we took a quick video of the Cryo Card getting hit with a propane torch. The max temp a propane torch can reach in air is 1,995 °C (3,623 °F). I'm not sure what temp we got it up too, but it gets nice and red. It's a little tricky at the end of the video to see the QR code so you may want to take a look at the still shot I provided in the link after the video link. Torch video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S8P5Oh36zV0 Aftermath image - http://i.imgur.com/U9WVosb.jpg Please feel free to ask any questions and we are definitely open to suggestions. Since the reddit community is so great and really helped grow my personal interest in crypto currencies you can use the code: reddit20 to get 20% off our Standard 2-Side Address/Key Cryo Card. We offer free shipping to the United States via First Class mail, but also ship worldwide.
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