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April 02, 2013, 03:15:36 AM
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Hi Everyone,

I've just ordered 100 of these bitcoin designed credit card USB drives.

They are 4GB capacity.

They are credit card sized. Dimensions are 84mm x 52mm.

I think these would be cool to have as an offline wallet.

They are printed double sided. Same design on both sides.

Delivery time is 15 - 20 days at the moment. Im in Sydney, Australia and i can ship them anywhere in the world for a small fee.

The price will be BTC0.15 per card.

We could also pre-load a bitcoin wallet as well as some information about bitcoin to pass around to friends that may be interested in finding out more about bitcoin.

If there is enough interest i can increase the order amount and perhaps drop the price.

Just post here if you are interested or send me a PM.

Thanks!



EDIT: We can have 4gb for BTC0.15 or 16gb for BTC0.20. Let me know which one you will be interested in so i can go ahead and order them.
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April 02, 2013, 06:00:11 AM
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Very nice!
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April 02, 2013, 06:24:37 AM
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Could this easily fit into a wallet, or is it too bulky?

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April 02, 2013, 06:48:41 AM
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Could this easily fit into a wallet, or is it too bulky?

Its 2.8mm thick so not really bulky.
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April 02, 2013, 09:26:32 AM
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They are 4GB capacity.
I think these would be cool to have as an offline wallet.

I am kinda interested, but its not actually functional, its just a usb flash drive, nothing more than that.
4GB is not even enough for the blockchain. I would say a 16GB version of this would be PERFECT and real portable to have the whole client, blockchain & wallet in there.

In this 4GB you can have the wallet file but its not portable
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April 02, 2013, 10:05:07 AM
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They are 4GB capacity.
I think these would be cool to have as an offline wallet.

I am kinda interested, but its not actually functional, its just a usb flash drive, nothing more than that.
4GB is not even enough for the blockchain. I would say a 16GB version of this would be PERFECT and real portable to have the whole client, blockchain & wallet in there.

In this 4GB you can have the wallet file but its not portable

I'll get prices on upgrading them to 16gb and I'll update you on price.

They can do up to 64gb
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April 02, 2013, 11:25:05 AM
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I got an update from my supplier, the cost for a 16gb is an extra $5USD so i would need to up the price by BTC0.05. Bringing the total cost to BTC0.20.

I have put a hold on the order till we find out what is better suited, 4gb or 16gb.

I don't want to accept the terms of the order if i find im going to be stuck with 95 cards at $20USD each.

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April 04, 2013, 01:45:27 PM
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I got an update from my supplier, the cost for a 16gb is an extra $5USD so i would need to up the price by BTC0.05. Bringing the total cost to BTC0.20.

I have put a hold on the order till we find out what is better suited, 4gb or 16gb.

I don't want to accept the terms of the order if i find im going to be stuck with 95 cards at $20USD each.



I'd certainly purchase a 16GB one for the novelty factor and as a way to advertise Bitcoin; as mentioned above though, 4GB would simply be too small to be functional. I like the idea of being able to bring the entire bitcoin-qt client around on it and firing it up anywhere.

I'm in Ireland, so not sure of what the shipping costs would be like. Perhaps if other Irish users are interested we could order a few together to reduce the cost. I'll bring it up at the Irish meetup at the end of the month and see if anybody's up for it.  Smiley

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April 04, 2013, 04:38:54 PM
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I had been looking at this product from china.  Congrats on beating me to it Smiley

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