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BitTag: Preisschild zeigt Bitcoin-Preise in Echtzeit

Anton Waldt
February 5, 2014
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Der britische Designer Samuel Cox hat ein digitales Preisschild für Bitcoin-Preise ausgetüftelt, das die Währung trotz permanenter, nervöser Kurszuckungen als Zahlungsmittel im guten alten Analogladen praktikabel machen soll. Bestimmt kein blöder Ansatz, allerdings haben die BitTags wohl kaum großes Verbreitungspotential solange ein Bitcoin-Preisschild muntere 65 Dollar kosten soll (heute um 10:09 0,078031212484994 Bitcoin). Fazit: Schade aber toll.

[via geek]




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