In the world of Bitcoin, there is an ever increasing need for security. Often times that comes to fruition in tougher algorithms and beefed up technology, but some companies are taking a different path – offline.

Cryptosteel is a start-up looking to capitalize on the Bitcoin community’s desire for added levels of security and has begun manufacturing cold storage Bitcoin wallets. The name Cryptosteel isn’t just for kicks – the wallets produced by the company are hardcore and nearly indestructible and will keep your wallet address safe no matter what.

Upon receiving your new Cryptosteel wallet you simply assemble it easily without tools, add in the engraved characters for your wallet address and you’re good to go. The steel is completely fireproof and proudly made in the founders’ home nation, Poland.

As of about 5 hours ago, Cryptosteel officially launched its crowdfunding campaign and has already sold a few wallets.

Have a look at Cryptosteel’s promo video to learn more about their product and the crowdfunding campaign:

Cryptosteel: The Ultimate Cold Storage Wallet from Cryptosteel on Vimeo.

If I were to make a prediction, I would say that Cryptosteel is definitely going to meet their funding goal. The Bitcoin community loves supporting its own, and many people will be interested in the security, as well as the novelty, behind the new wallets. Plus, Cryptosteel is offering engraving on some of its purchased wallets, which could be a great way to promote a Bitcoin business.

We are certainly going to pick up some new Cryptosteel wallets soon, so stay tuned on The Coinversation for our unboxing video that is sure to be thrilling.

So, are you going to pick up a new Cryptosteel wallet? Tweet at us or comment on Facebook and let us know what you think.

Adam Davis

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