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September 10, 2014, 05:10:00 PM
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No official threads yet. We are trying to keep the price as low as possible (lower than other hardware wallets)

This claims that the Bitcoin communication will take place through radio waves !!! Am I reading it right ?

By the way, is cardreaderfactory.com offering something similar ?

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September 10, 2014, 11:00:40 PM
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No official threads yet. We are trying to keep the price as low as possible (lower than other hardware wallets)

This claims that the Bitcoin communication will take place through radio waves !!! Am I reading it right ?

By the way, is cardreaderfactory.com offering something similar ?

That is right. Bitcoincard is designed to be used without an internet connection. I don't know anything about cardreaderfactory.

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September 11, 2014, 12:11:35 AM
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interesting
any price aproximation?

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September 11, 2014, 01:19:35 AM
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interesting
any price aproximation?

Yes  Wink

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September 12, 2014, 08:57:15 AM
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No official threads yet. We are trying to keep the price as low as possible (lower than other hardware wallets)

This claims that the Bitcoin communication will take place through radio waves !!! Am I reading it right ?

By the way, is cardreaderfactory.com offering something similar ?

That is right. Bitcoincard is designed to be used without an internet connection. I don't know anything about cardreaderfactory.

Is not it the fact that military permission is required to use radio waves in commercial purpose ?

Moreover, after the last hack, it seems Satoshi ordered something from cardreaderfactory.com using satoshin@gmx.com and as per their website they are a card designing firm doing something related to Bitcoin. I assume, Satoshi wanted to spread the usage of Bitcoin beyond internet too...

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September 12, 2014, 10:03:05 AM
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No official threads yet. We are trying to keep the price as low as possible (lower than other hardware wallets)

This claims that the Bitcoin communication will take place through radio waves !!! Am I reading it right ?

By the way, is cardreaderfactory.com offering something similar ?

That is right. Bitcoincard is designed to be used without an internet connection. I don't know anything about cardreaderfactory.

Is not it the fact that military permission is required to use radio waves in commercial purpose ?

Moreover, after the last hack, it seems Satoshi ordered something from cardreaderfactory.com using satoshin@gmx.com and as per their website they are a card designing firm doing something related to Bitcoin. I assume, Satoshi wanted to spread the usage of Bitcoin beyond internet too...

Military permission? Never heard of that one. There are certain frequencies free-to-use for everyone (within limitations). If other frequencies are used, one can get (= pay for) licences at the regulating body. Just like they paid those insane amounts to buy UMTS mobile internet frequency licences..

It is widely assumed that satoshi hat nothing to do with that mail/order at all. Some random person entered his mailaddress in an order for fun. It wouldn't make sense for satoshi to use his public mailaddress, as the company would know his shipping address too then.

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September 12, 2014, 09:08:03 PM
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That's right. It uses the open/free frequency spectrum, and only sends short bursts of data to transmit transactions, instead of a steady connection.

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September 13, 2014, 12:23:46 AM
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interesting
any price aproximation?

Yes  Wink
but what is that price aprox?

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September 13, 2014, 12:31:28 AM
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No official threads yet. We are trying to keep the price as low as possible (lower than other hardware wallets)

Only see this one currently available for purchase, but that should give you some idea I would think.

http://www.bitcointrezor.com/ $119
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September 13, 2014, 12:35:53 AM
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Yes, aiming for way less than that. But not final yet, since we aren't completely finished with everything.

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September 13, 2014, 12:55:32 AM
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Yes, aiming for way less than that. But not final yet, since we aren't completely finished with everything.
and there is an aprox date when we may see something?

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Best we can guess is around end of this year, or early next year.

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It would be nice if I could receive e-mails about bitcoincard.
Do you have a newsletter?
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It would be nice if I could receive e-mails about bitcoincard.
Do you have a newsletter?

No. We just make announcements here and Reddit, and on our mycelium.com website.

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It would be nice if I could receive e-mails about bitcoincard.
Do you have a newsletter?

No. We just make announcements here and Reddit, and on our mycelium.com website.

I'm sure you will hear of it on all channels when this nice little gadget gets released.

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That's right. It uses the open/free frequency spectrum, and only sends short bursts of data to transmit transactions, instead of a steady connection.
What frequency will you use? There are differences between countries about ISM.
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That's right. It uses the open/free frequency spectrum, and only sends short bursts of data to transmit transactions, instead of a steady connection.
What frequency will you use? There are differences between countries about ISM.

868 or 915 MHz, depending on the jurisdiction.

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any ETA for the launch?

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Will this still require the use of gateways / re-transmitters?

     http://bitcoincard.org/earth/

I'm in a dense area in a highrise. I might be able to reach quite a number of people.
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October 10, 2014, 01:37:44 AM
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I love this project but get creeped the hell out by the consumer tracking "features" in this video:

http://bitcoincard.org/

I'm assuming we could always get one of these:

http://www.amazon.com/Identity-Stronghold-Blocking-Secure-Sleeve/dp/B00886N6YA

But I would prefer to support the mycelium network and not have to mostly shield the card.
sigh...

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