Each product is uniquely designed by our in-house graphics artist.
We use premium materials from gold plated copper to bronze, silver and even .999 pure gold.
CertiLine BarCard® package protects the coin from tampering activities and our security hologram prevents unnoticeable tampering with the private key.
This makes apparent any forgery and counterfeiting attempts.
Private keys are created using a supervised offline process.
Denarium produces physical bitcoins ranging from very affordable to premium products. Denarium products are great gifts for family, friends, and business partners to introduce people to bitcoin.
Physical bitcoins are particular types of Bitcoin wallets.
With them, you can store your bitcoins more safely or use them for offline trading.
Physical bitcoins hold the coin’s public address and a hidden private key. The intention with physical bitcoins is that you cannot spend the value of the coin as long as the private key remains a secret. This we achieve through the use of a tamper-evident seal.
The earliest physical bitcoin, the Bitbill, was shaped like a credit card and was followed by the Casascius physical bitcoin which they affixed to a round medal. As of Nov 27, 2013, Casascius has suspended sales of items that contain digital bitcoins due to the strict regulation of United States. Since then, there have been several new coin manufacturers, and one of them is Denarium Bitcoin. PrintCoins is creating cheques and denominated bills.
Here is our latest coin, which we believe to be one of the greatest physical bitcoins of all time. This is the Denarium 1 BTC Gold Parity Coin.
Please note that also loaded multisig coins will always be an E-series!
It needs advanced understanding about Bitcoin in order to spend!
Here is one of our finest bitcoin wallet, which we believe to be one of the greatest physical bitcoins of all time.
This is the Denarium 1 BTC Gold Parity Coin.
The weight of the coin is 1oz, and it is .999 gold.
This is the third and final batch, a total of 65 coins.
In this batch #3, we’ve numbered the tickets for each coin individually (1 of 65, 2 of 65 and so on)
The idea behind the coin is celebrating the 2017 price parity event of 1 bitcoin and 1oz gold.
We aim to provide transparency by generating Denarium Physical Bitcoin charts about our production and storage of Bitcoin. We generate these charts from our public database and the Bitcoin blockchain. All the information shown in these charts is public information.
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Gold plated Bitcoin diameter: 1.5 inches weight: 1 ounce.
Displays well on your Bitcoin Blockchain trading desk.
Impress your friends at meetups.
Useful for a reminder to hold your cryptocurrencies.
This guide will help you to find the best Bitcoin wallet or cryptocurrency wallet for YOU!
There’s no «one size fits all» wallet. Wallets come on different platforms with different features.
The Ledger Nano X is the newest crypto hardware wallet, and is very easy to use. It connects to iOS, Android & desktop computers.
DropBit is new, but is very easy to use and friendly for new Bitcoin users.
It supports Bitcoin only, but offers Lightning network support.
Electrum is a Bitcoin-only wallet that has been around since 2011. It’s easy to use, but has advanced features.
A Bitcoin/cryptocurrency wallet is the first step to using Bitcoin or crypto.
A “wallet” is basically the equivalent of a bank account.
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Bitcoin took the world by storm as it rocketed from obscurity to nearly $20,000 in value per coin in 2017. The cryptocurrency markets have calmed down a bit since that record high, but many Bitcoin evangelists still claim Bitcoin to be the currency of the future. Follow along to learn more about how Bitcoin works and the best places to buy Bitcoin.
First of all, need some background information about what Bitcoin is? It’s a digital currency used mostly for online purchases and as an investment, albeit a very risky one. It is not sponsored by any government.
It’s one of the biggest buzzwords in the financial technology industry right now, but also one of the least understood. With cryptocurrency back in the news again, now’s a better time than ever to delve into the weeds and learn more about how to invest. If you’re standing, sit down, because here’s a breakdown of everything you need to know before buying your first bitcoin—or deciding not to.
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Online exchanges and wallet providers can disappear, go offline, be hacked. They are not reliable.
Hardware wallet is the safest way to manage & trade your cryptocurrencies.
Audited by security researchers, verified by our track record.
Experts ready to help you at all times.
Designed for your confidence and ease-of-mind.
You can always recover access to your coins & assets from your offline backup.
To cut through some of the confusion surrounding bitcoin, we need to separate it into two components. On the one hand, you have bitcoin-the-token, a snippet of code that represents ownership of a digital concept – sort of like a virtual IOU. On the other hand, you have bitcoin-the-protocol, a distributed network that maintains a ledger of balances of bitcoin-the-token.