OraSaifu Digital Smart Wallet

Aug 17, 2018

Category: Tech

While we’re already well on our way toward the end of cash money, it’s only a matter of time before we’ve done away with physical credit cards, as well. And with the increasing popularity of cryptocurrencies, it might be time to start reconsidering how we carry our funds. Or at least that’s what the folks behind the OraSaifu digital smart wallet seem to think.

Billed as the world’s first all-in-one hardware wallet, this little everyday carry device can store all of your credit cards, bank accounts, and cryptocurrencies in an easy and pocketable format. And when we say all, we mean all – the available storage is literally unlimited. The device also has a seven-day battery and can be fully charged in just one hour via a USB Type-C port. And if you’re worried about theft, this thing is 100% free of Malware, has bank-level security encryption, and even offers simple one-step recovery in the case a theft does occur. Available on IndieGoGo starting at $159 (retail price will be $359), it’s time to think about getting onboard with the wallet of the future.

IndieGoGo: $159+

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