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June 09, 2012, 06:22:02 AM
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Bitcoincard Puts Cryptocurrency in Your Wallet with a Mycelium Smartcard

Kit Dotson
2012-06-08

http://siliconangle.com/blog/2012/06/08/bitcoincard-puts-cryptocurrency-in-your-wallet-with-a-mycelium-smartcard/

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The website Bitcoincard.org presents a product that uses a technology called Mycelium which integrated a very small (credit card sized) radio, user interface, e-paper device that will also enable Bitcoin transactions.
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It is presented as if this technology already existed - is that really the case?
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It is presented as if this technology already existed - is that really the case?

For years it is called an rfid chip you know them things that allow you to wave your card and pay.
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It is presented as if this technology already existed - is that really the case?

For years it is called an rfid chip you know them things that allow you to wave your card and pay.
Aha - for me that's pretty big jump - but I guess I am not the target audience of that advert.
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