Introducing The Sat Pulse 1K Bit Collectible:

A Fusion of Precious Metals and Digital Innovation

Limited Release


Sat Pulse 1K Bit Collectible

The Sat Pulse 1K Bit Collectible is not just a coin; it's a revolutionary melding of the timeless allure of precious metals with the cutting-edge realm of digital innovation. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, this exquisite 1/2 oz silver coin is more than a collector's item – it's a gateway to a new era of physical Bitcoin storage.

Elegantly designed and minted to perfection, the Sat Pulse 1K Bit Collectible captures the essence of both traditional craftsmanship and modern technology. Its gleaming surface showcases intricate patterns and intricate engravings, creating a visual masterpiece that is as captivating as it is substantial.

But what truly sets the Sat Pulse 1K Bit Collectible apart is its dual functionality. Beyond its status as a tangible work of art, this collectible coin serves as a unique solution for safeguarding your Bitcoin. With an embedded digital interface, the coin provides a secure method for storing and accessing your Bitcoin holdings physically. Imagine having the tangible weight of precious silver in your hands, merged seamlessly with the intangible power of blockchain technology?

Elegance meets innovation as the Sat Pulse 1K Bit Collectible bridges the gap between the physical and digital realms. It offers you the opportunity to diversify your investment portfolio while preserving the essence of Bitcoin that define the future of finance.

Whether you're a seasoned collector, a Bitcoin enthusiast, or a visionary investor, the Sat Pulse 1K Bit Collectible is an embodiment of the convergence of traditional value and groundbreaking technology. Own a piece of the future today and experience the harmonious union of precious metal and Bitcoin, the hardest money on earth.


How Much Bitcoin Is 1k Bits?

There are 100 Million Satoshis and a bit is 100 Satoshis. So 1k Bits is equivalent to 100,000 Satoshis. Or roughly .001 Bitcoin.

How Much is 1k Bits Worth?

Just multiply the market price of Bitcoin times .001.

How Much Silver Is in each coin?

1/2 oz

Is The Bitcoin "In the coin"?

Yes, each coin is funded with 1k Bits or roughly .001 Bitcoin. However, technically the Bitcoin never leaves the digital realm. The coin is what holds the private keys to a wallet address on the bitcoin blockchain holding 1k bits. And only the holder of the private keys can move those bits from that blockchain address to another.

How Do I Get The Bitcoin Off The Coin?

You'll have to remove the tamper proof seal to reveal the private key and then use that to send the Bitcoin to another address.

Should I Send The Bitcoin Off The Coin?

While we can't give financial advice, one should consider that sending the Bitcoin from this particular coin may impair its value as a collectible.

Will This Be Worth Money in The Future?

While we are not able to predict the future, nor do we offer any sort of financial advice... We can say that there will be a limited supply of these physical coins available, and there is a current market that has in recent times assigned a premium to other Bitcoin collectibles... And we believe that this market for Bitcoin physical collectibles will grow in the future. And while we hope our coins will be valued by collectors in the future, we cannot know for certain. And we highly discourage anyone seeking to buy one of our coins to view it as some get rich quick scheme, or to view it as a way to buy it and resell it for more than what what paid.