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December 18, 2013, 04:19:12 AM
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We would like to introduce BitTicker.

BitTicker is a digital clock — but rather than showing the current time, it shows the current Bitcoin price measured against USD.

Some cool features included in the BitTicker:

  • Priced affordably at $29.99 (payable with Bitcoin!)
  • Options between MT.gox, Bitstamp, and Coinbase on the Ticker.
  • Simple to set-up.  Connect to WiFi and ready to go.
  • Updates every 3 seconds - uses as little bandwidth as physically possible.
  • Easy to mount on a wall - place it above a desktop and easily see the price live!

The proprietary software for BitTicker is completed and we recently acquired a hardware engineer and are finalizing the product (the hardware engineer will be done with his work in 5 days and we will be producing large amounts of BitTickers in 28 days.  Pre-orders will ship in 35 days).

Example of the BitTicker in an office:





The BitTicker is 24 inches wide and 10 inches tall (61 cm wide and 25.5 cm tall).

Pre-orders launch tomorrow.  If interested in purchasing many, or for any other business inquiries you can PM me.

We are very excited to get this off the ground running and appreciate any feedback.

Thanks.

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