Check out our Ether Cards that just arrived. A quick and easy way to give the gift of Ethereum.
1) Scan the QR card with your Ether Wallet application
2) Send any amount you wish to load on the card.
3) Give the card as a gift
If you receive an Ether Card.
1) Scratch off the silver foil cover to display the cards private key.
2) Sweep the contents of the card into your wallet application.
We got in a small stock of Moonlander 2 Litecoin miners in stock a little early. These will not last long but should have more in soon.
ProtectingCoin.com is onsite sponsoring the TAB (The Atlanta Blockchain) Conference 2018. We will be giving away a Trezor Wallet, a Ledger Wallet and some OpenDime Bitcoin sticks.
Take a look at our new ProtectingCoin RFID Shield cases. The case stops all signals from getting in and from getting out.
The RFID Shield case comes with two pockets. One pocket is not shielded and is used for carrying any items that do not use RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) and the second pocket is lined with a material that will block all signals in and out.
Some credit cards have started to use RFID chips and it is possible to scan the card information without direct contact. Check out this post for how to determine if your card uses RFID technology. https://www.lowcards.com/credit-cards-rfid-13517
Many passports have also started to use RFID technology as a means to scan your passport information.
*The phone is to illustrate the size of the RFID blocking pocket. If a phone is placed in the bag you will not receive any calls, texts, etc as no signal can get in or out of the RFID pocket.
We are excited to begin carrying the KeepKey line and should have our first batch of inventory stocked in the near future.
- Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Litecoin, Dogecoin, Dash, and more coming soon (erc-20 has been announced)
- Exchange between assets directly on device using ShapeShift
- Supported by clients including Electrum, MultiBit, and Mycelium
- Virus and malware-proof
- Works on PC, Mac, Linux, and Android
Many Cryptocurrency Markets, including Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, Ethereum, Ripple and others have dropped 15% or more in the past 24 hours. Some seeing a dip of more than 20% today. While this level of volatility may be extreme it is important to remember these markets are very new and have grown at a tremendous rate. The Cryptocurrency market cap one year ago was approximately 16 Billion. Today, after the dip, it sit over 500 Billion. This dip was spurred by mounting years that the South Korean government may issue bans or tighten regulation on Cryptocurrencies. This reaction is very similar to when China stopped Initial Coin Offerings and limited Exchanges in September 2017. The cost per 1 Bitcoin, on September 1, 2017 was $4,700 and dropped by 25% after the actions from China. Within 3 months from this event, Bitcoin reached a new high that exceeded $19,000 per Bitcoin. This represents a growth of more than 500%, post China ICO ban / Exchange regulation.
Do you view the dip as something to fear or a buying opportunity?
*Note – We are not financial advisors and do not provide financial consultation. Please seek out professional financial advisors and complete your own research when making investment decisions.