Just to let you know, I’m looking into Peercoin Prypto cards (prypto.com). It looks like a neat idea for fairs and presentations as give-aways or prices and the likes.
I’m trying to get up to 20 cards for Peercoin, but I was wondering if anyone else is interested. I might order a few more, but need to look into the cost of shipping those cards. You might order them yourself if you want a lot anyway.
Will keep you in the loop how I’m going and when I got them, my experience with them.
[quote=“ppcman, post:2, topic:2241”]What happens if these guys go belly up or run off with the unredeemed coins?
They could start providing the service normally until they become popular, and after they hold a certain amount of net worth, and then disappear in to the night.
No phone number on their website is a warning sign. Has anyone in Dublin, Ireland visited that address to ensure it’s a legitimate business?
A lot of trust is required for this whole thing to work.
Good luck. I hope it works out.[/quote]
Your absolutely right here. Had some red flags myself. But no risk, no joy is also true. That’s how I got my first Peercoins for under $1 after all.
Won’t spend 100 Peercoins on it, just a few.
I would prefer a system where people can redeem Peercoins directly from a card (e.g. with pre-loaded wallets), but that doesn’t exist yet.
For me it is just making it easy for Joe Average to get a few Peercoins. The few cards I will distribute, I will personally guarantee as it will be people I’ve met IRL.
PS Just got a reply from the local guy (reseller) in Auckland and he’s looking into it. I might be able to check him out. Will see how we go.