Only bummer was that the extra border that was supposed to be a cut ended up being an etch and an inner circle was cut so the coins are missing its main outer boarder. but they still look pretty friggan sweet! Also my old lady ordered an oil based marker for me to fill in the etches so it’s more prominent and will add updated photos afterwards.
Hope everyone working hard @maidsafe catch the AT2 chip
I took some of the suggestions so far but will still see what looks best. I like having “anonymous” personally as privacy coins are the future and distinguishes itself from Bitcoin clearly.
The Latin seemed short and sweet and tackles the “safe access for everyone” and I also thought Latin was used on most coinage?
I feel like having massive array of internet disks ties it to Maidsafe and I’m not sure that is appropriate or not. Peer to peer could probably be replaced with something better.
I do like digital currency but I wanted to make a hint at DBC (Digital Bearer Certificate) but changed that to “Digital Bearer Coin” because certificates are typically paper, yes? But the acronym would still work and it mentions that it is digital and by using coin also currency.
I added an AT2 ‘chip’ in the circuit design to elude to it since that currently sets us apart as well.
I would like to get these on copper blanks like @Knosis had suggested and get some professional pics for bloggers and publishers to use. Granted I would prefer everyone’s approval/blessing before taking it too far so there are no “regerts”
I suggested a troy ounce as it is know world wide as a unit of metal. I’m open of course to other weights. My main thought is that it if it were made of a world wide commodity it would always be kept and never tossed out.
Well if Maidsafe implement DBC down the road then the SAFE NETWORK (back face) side of the coin could have the address/string/QR or whatever would normally be used. It raises a few questions for me though.
Can a Safecoin be locked in the address and able to scan the QR to check it’s the right amount? I am pretty certain so.
Is there a way to prove the Safecoin is locked/tied to the coin?
If the Safecoin price goes up or down then it won’t have a ‘stable’ value but how much does that matter? If we want it to be like a replacement for cash maybe some smart contract and or oracle service on SAFE could adjust the balance to keep the price stable but that’s assuming it’s being valued in another currency.
Maybe the coins would be more a novelty as having kiosks that print a DBC on some paper will be cheaper.
At the least the coin will have its metal value.
If nothing it’s fun but what would be a big deal in my opinion is instead of just being fun, it also be functional.