Coin is a connected device that
replicates the cards you already carry.
Coin works with your debit cards, credit
cards, gift cards, loyalty cards and
You can use a Coin everywhere cards
are accepted including ATMs. Use a Coin
just like you use your cards now at gas
stations, restaurants, the mall, the gym, or
other places you frequent.
Adding Cards to the Coin
Coin uses a mobile app that will
allow you to add, manage and
sync the cards that you choose
to store on your Coin.
The process of adding card
information to the mobile app is
very simple and is done by
swiping your Coin through a small
device which is included.
Followed by a quick photo
of the card so you can
easily identify it.
Maintaining the integrity of your Coin’s data is
critical and several security features are
provided to keep your information safe.
Coins servers, mobile apps and the Coin itself
use 128-bit or 256-bit encryption for all storage
Coin can alert you in the event that you leave it
somewhere, automatically disable certain
device functions based on proximity to your
phone, or fully deactivate itself based on the
amount of time it's been away from your phone.
In the event that your Coin loses contact with
your phone for a period of time that you
configure in the Coin mobile app, it will
automatically deactivate itself.
Coin will also sent you an alert on your smartphone using
a low power Bluetooth connection if you leave it behind.
The Coin mobile app will be available on
Apple and Android devices at launch.
Capacity & Design
The Coin mobile app can store an
unlimited number of cards,
however, a Coin can hold up to 8
cards at a time.
Active cards can be changed at
anytime via the mobile app.
A Wi-Fi or cellular data connection
is required when adding or
changing your cards.
Coins are designed to last for 2
years under normal usage and do
not need to be recharged. Once
the battery dies you will need to
replace your Coin.
The Coin was designed to
replicate the size of a
standard credit card.
Inside every Coin is a
secure microchip for storing
card information, and a
dynamic magnetic strip
identical to the ones found
on the cards you currently
The card features an
integrated display which you
can use to view the last four
digits of a stored card along
with the expiration data and
CVV number so you, and
the person you hand the
card to, knows which of your
stored cards you are using.
Coin is currently available for pre-
order and will ship Summer 2014
Each Coin costs $100. For early
adopters there is a very limited
quantity that can be purchased for
$50 via the Coin website.
Coin is available for U.S.-based
customers only: Coin will work
overseas, but it is recommended that
you bring a backup card when you
travel as many international vendors
do not support the card encryption
technology that Coin uses.
Future generation Coins are planned
to have full international capabilities.