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The man whose hand is now a Bitcoin wallet

16 April 2018 00:00, UTC   |   328
The man whose hand is now a Bitcoin wallet

If the information coming from some outlets is correct, Martin Wismeyer, resident of Netherlands and big technology enthusiast, has implanted a tiny Bitcoin wallet in his hands. Thanks to this technology installed by his friend at Dangerous Things with no side effects, he claims his possessions are now secure like never before, although in another contradictory statement Martin Wismeyer tells there’s not much of a sum on this strange wallet.

While this technology sounds strange, it may actually be a good spy tool with only one minor change: instead of bitcoins, one may easily use the mini storage to carry sensitive intelligence. However, as witnessed by the story of a man who accidentally threw his Bitcoin hardware wallet into the garbage and has been searching for it at a local dumping ground ever since, there are some benefits for Bitcoin investors as well. One cannot simply lose this kind of Bitcoin wallet anywhere.

The use of such chips could theoretically be jeopardized in case of any major electromagnetic emissions, although same can be said about regular hardware wallets and computers. For these reasons, experts consider physical gold a better investment opportunity than Bitcoin.

Image from video by MrBitcoin YouTube channel

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