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Bitcoin by karilawler Dec 21, 2017
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Would be far more fun if it had a small hollow point in the middle where you could toss in a paperwallet printed on paper and keep only the pay address handy. Require breaking the coin open to get the private address out. And of course toss this in midprint and allow it to "seal" it in.

Great idea! If the space was added, the coin would probably have to be printed vertically with support, as it might sag and stick to the paper, due to bridging if printed horizontally (the base part, is only 2mm thick). Also, a grove could be added to the back to help with snapping. :)