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April 11, 2017, 08:51:09 PM
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This is my web page that discusses this innovative device and its uses and implications. I am currently trying to gather together a team of developers and coders to start this project, As far as I know, I am the creator of said device and have used it wonderfully with all my Crypto currency transactions to date. . . The proposal website is here. . http://coldcrypto.weebly.com/
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April 11, 2017, 10:05:17 PM
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Final proposal to what? couldn't you use a paid domain? Cheesy I think this storing bitcoins and all the offline/ cold storage thing being exaggerated/ over discussed, there is not much to it other than what it is.
Why don't you do your self a favor? just generate 50 addresses in bitaddress.org in offline mode since it uses your system's computational power to randomize the add-private key combination then store each address with their own private key and print them on paper then cut them in 50 rectangular pieces and send your bitcoins to any of them?
Don't worry no one is ought to steal your bitcoins if you are not shouting about them around. 

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April 12, 2017, 01:05:15 AM
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This is my web page that discusses this innovative device and its uses and implications. I am currently trying to gather together a team of developers and coders to start this project, As far as I know, I am the creator of said device and have used it wonderfully with all my Crypto currency transactions to date. . . The proposal website is here. . http://coldcrypto.weebly.com/

I had a look at your page and all I can say is it doesn't look very promising. The device would be corrupt after a few uses and would have no way to transmit the private key to any other medium.
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April 12, 2017, 08:15:08 PM
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Final proposal to what? couldn't you use a paid domain? Cheesy I think this storing bitcoins and all the offline/ cold storage thing being exaggerated/ over discussed, there is not much to it other than what it is.
Why don't you do your self a favor? just generate 50 addresses in bitaddress.org in offline mode since it uses your system's computational power to randomize the add-private key combination then store each address with their own private key and print them on paper then cut them in 50 rectangular pieces and send your bitcoins to any of them?
Don't worry no one is ought to steal your bitcoins if you are not shouting about them around. 

my device i have been using works flawlessly, Its portable and easy to use, I do generate addresses from bitaddress and store offline, I just do it without a pc or laptop, usually I generate, trade, and put into cold storage while out fishing or sitting in my car
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April 12, 2017, 08:18:11 PM
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This is my web page that discusses this innovative device and its uses and implications. I am currently trying to gather together a team of developers and coders to start this project, As far as I know, I am the creator of said device and have used it wonderfully with all my Crypto currency transactions to date. . . The proposal website is here. . http://coldcrypto.weebly.com/

I had a look at your page and all I can say is it doesn't look very promising. The device would be corrupt after a few uses and would have no way to transmit the private key to any other medium.

The keys aren't stored on the device. They are stored on external offline memory, they can even be inserted directly into on online phone thaat has and external sd for use,
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