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January 16, 2014, 12:46:51 AM
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Id worry about people Instagramming theirs
Very good point.  We have a couple warnings on the site to not share even a partial photo of a delivered Firesafe.

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January 16, 2014, 01:25:10 AM
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Well, even if the photo is shared, they would still need the password. Short ones are vulnerable. Long ones are probably secure, as long as it's not their dog's name, or anything in any book or the "crackable" type; meaning completely random.

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February 13, 2014, 12:03:44 AM
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I just spent some time searching the internet for jewelers that sell small titanium dog tags with engraved QR codes. It's funny that I have gone full circle and coincidentally ended up back at the bitcoin forum.

I think the 1" stainless steel safe is a great idea and plan on making a purchase. I have one question though. Do you plan on or can you offer safes in any other materials like titanium or tungsten carbide?

Personally, a 1" titanium pendant with a titanium bail would be perfect. Maybe with encrypted private key on one side and plain QR code of bitcoin address on other

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March 13, 2014, 01:17:05 PM
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We're a small business, so Tungsten Carbide is probably out of our grasp for the long term; the technology is too costly (for now).  We have done some work with Titanium as part of another business venture, but there are a couple of complications:
  • Working at the very fine detail level is more costly and problematic, as drills and endmills are more prone to snapping
  • Sourcing Titanium in the small sizes, uniformly and reliably, is proving difficult.

We're not ruling out Titanium, but it doesn't have a greenlight as our next product yet.

Meanwhile, our stainless option is now available!  It's melting point makes it extremely robust.


The small size and pendant hole means that it can also be securely stored, or hidden nearly anywhere using a nail or screw.

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April 03, 2014, 04:16:48 PM
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Feeling like you're not getting good bang for your Bitcoin right now?  Mention "Bang25" in your order and we'll discount either model of Bitcoin Firesafe  at 25% off!  Good through April.

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April 19, 2014, 09:35:57 PM
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Would you mind if we included these on our website - OfflineWallets.com

Feel free to PM. Thanks

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April 19, 2014, 09:57:31 PM
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Would you mind if we included these on our website - OfflineWallets.com

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Go right ahead; thanks!

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April 19, 2014, 11:44:41 PM
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I actually bought a firesafe for my paper wallets.

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April 21, 2014, 08:19:43 AM
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Been working on an idea for a little while, and I just published it... http://bitcoinfiresafe.com/

Basically, the idea is to make something much more secure against environmental damage than a paper wallet.  I built some custom code and have made some prototypes, and at this point, I'm ready to offer some to the public.  Given that Bitcoin Black Friday is kicking off, and we're launching at the same time, I'm offering it for a deep discount of 40% off the normal $50USD price.

If anyone has some suggestions or questions, please let me know!

Update! We created a stainless steel version!  It's melting point makes it extremely robust.


The small size and pendant hole makes it easy to store or hide using a nail or screw.

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Feeling like you're not getting good bang for your Bitcoin right now?  Mention "Bang25" in your order and we'll discount either model of Bitcoin Firesafe  at 25% off!  Good through April.

beautiful and wonderful idea!
Amazing!

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