the easiest way
to own Bitcoin.

Put the power of the blockchain in the palm of your hand.

Available in investment-grade silver, copper & gold, each Cold Storage Coin features a unique wallet ID and laser-etched private key, concealed beneath the industry’s best tamper-evident holographic film. Intrinsically valuable and inherently secure, Cold Storage Coins are the easiest way to own bitcoin. is brought to you by Rearden Metals Pte. Ltd. a world-leading precious metals fabricator. From our main office in Singapore, and our satellite offices in America & Thailand, our team designs, manufactures & markets the finest collection of coins & silver statues. We blend riveting art & the talents of our best-in-class designers with the time-honored traditions of masters & investment grade precious metals, resulting in beautiful collectibles that span the gap between intrinsic value and aesthetic appeal. Our team's passion for outstanding design and superior quality are the keys to how we achieve such spectacular results.

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What the Experts Say...

As soon as a client pays me in Bitcoin, I send it to my cold storage coin and lock it in the safe. There's no better way to protect it.

Pete @

Cold Storage Coins are a great way to get more people across the globe engaged in cryptocurrency.

Joby @ BitClub Network

A coin inside a coin makes the physical world and the digital closer friends than you think.

Gabriel A. @ Bitt

Knowing how vulnerable computers are to hacking and what's at stake, I would consider nothing less than cold storage.

Maja V. @ GE Digital

Cold storage transforms digital risk into physical risk.  A cave man can protect his private keys easier than you can secure your network.

Mike M. @ VestChain

We can only take down government-sponsored banks when cryptos can out-compete in every dimension. Cold Storage Coins get us that much closer to that glorious victory.

Adam Kokesh

Cold Storage Coins are AOCS Approved, manufactured to our strict weight and purity standards.

Rob G. @ OpenCurrency