Why You Don’t Want “Coin” to Consolidate All Your Credit Cards

Coin Credit Cards

Chances are if you open your wallet, you will have a wide variety of credit, debit, gift and other cards tucked away inside. What if you could upload all these to a single card where you could access them all? That’s right. Instead of 4 credit cards, 2 debit cards and 2 gift cards all sitting in your wallet, you could have a single card that will hold all the information of the different cards, and it can be used just like you would use all the other cards. That is what Coin does. Take a look at how it works:

Now that you’ve seen it, my guess is that it sounds like a fantastically convenient idea. Really, who wouldn’t want to carry around less plastic in their wallet? Un


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2 Responses to Why You Don’t Want “Coin” to Consolidate All Your Credit Cards

  1. Daniel says:

    While it only stored 8 on the device unlimited are stored in your phone and can be instantly uplOaded. Don’t be a hater.

  2. jeffrey says:

    The problem, of course, is that you get the card for convenience — having to go to your phone to delete and add different cards every time you want to buy something pretty much defeats the purpose of the convenience it’s supposed to provide. Not a hater — just giving a non biased view that this makes little financial sense to get.

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