A bitcoin letter organizer in a glass case is one of many options that people are looking at as a way to hold bitcoin in their homes.
The device is currently available for preorder through Amazon and other major retailers, and while there is no release date set for its debut, the startup is planning to ship its first units to customers within the next few weeks.
According to a report from TechCrunch, the company is working with hardware and software companies in the space, and the product is being marketed in a way that encourages home users to participate in its development.
While the company hasn’t officially announced its pricing or the exact time frame for its initial rollout, the device does not appear to be an entirely new idea.
The device is already available on Amazon, with a price tag of $229.
That’s around half of the price of the typical bitcoin wallet, and it does come with a few other advantages, including being able to send and receive bitcoin payments through Apple Pay and Google Wallet.
The product is still in its early days, however, and there are still plenty of unanswered questions about how it will be used.
For one thing, it is designed to be portable.
The company has included a USB cable for use with the device, which means that you could put it in your bag or backpack to use it as a bitcoin wallet.
The startup has also put a “smart” cap on the device to prevent it from falling off your head or even falling through the floor.
In addition, the app also has a feature that allows users to save and share addresses and bitcoin addresses, which could potentially make the device more convenient and secure.
The design also has some neat features, like the ability to track a QR code for the QR code, and QR codes can also be scanned into the device for users to scan into their wallets to receive bitcoin.
It would also be interesting to see if this company can offer a device with a QR scanning feature that can help users avoid using their wallets in the first place.