Crypto Coins, one of the most widely used cryptocurrencies on the internet, is one of a few companies that is currently taking the plunge into the world of passport forms.
In an interview with CoinDesk, Edutone, the company behind the passport form was asked how they were able to achieve this.
“In the past, we used to make passports out of plastic, but now we use 3D printed metal,” Edutones co-founder and CEO, Alex Lajecki, told CoinDesk.
“We use a 3D printer to print our own metal for our passport cover, and it takes a little bit of time, but the result is much better than it was before.”
In the past two years, Eduetones passport has undergone a huge upgrade, with a new metal that can withstand temperatures of up to 1,000 degrees Celsius (3,000 Fahrenheit).
That metal also has the ability to withstand a massive amount of pressure, which means that even a small drop of water will quickly erode the metal and leave a black mark on the passport cover.
However, the passport will still work with the existing metal that is used in the passport covers.
The new metal is currently made up of an alloy of copper and zinc, which is resistant to corrosion, as well as being incredibly strong and lightweight.
“It is very lightweight and is incredibly strong,” Eduentones cofounder and CTO, Alex, told us.
“When you put it in a water bath, it’s very hard to break.”
Edutons new metal can withstand water that drops below 1,500 degrees Celsius, and when exposed to the elements, it will not just rust, but will also become brittle and break.
Eduton’s metal is a mix of copper, zinc, and iron, and its ability to endure such extreme temperatures means that it can be used in a wide range of applications, including passports, banknotes, and credit cards.
The passport cover that will be issued to Edutoning customers, however, will only be made from metal that Edutony can print at its factory in Germany.
“The only thing that we use for our passports is metal,” Alex told CoinGeek.
“If we want to print metal for something else, we have to go through a process, and we need a license from the government.”
With a license, the metal can be imported, imported, and then shipped to Eduents factory.
Eduants license allows it to print a passport cover using the metal.
This allows the company to offer customers the option to use their existing metal for a variety of applications.
The company also offers a passport-cover template that can be modified to include a metal that will not corrode.
As long as the metal is in the correct position, it can withstand any level of water, including boiling and freezing temperatures.
When it comes to making a passport, the Edutoni company has been using the same metal since 2013.
The metal used for its passport cover has not changed in the past year.
“Since 2013, we’ve used an alloy that’s about 1,200 microns thick,” Alex said.
“That’s about 50 times thicker than the thickness of a human hair.
The other important thing is that it is corrosion resistant, which makes it ideal for all sorts of applications.”
The Edutonic passport cover is only available in one color, and the company has a limited number of sizes available.
The most commonly used passport cover for the company is black.
However other colors are available, such as red, green, yellow, and blue.
When asked if the company was looking to expand beyond its current business of passport cover printing, Alex said that it’s not looking to do so.
“Right now we’re focused on creating a wide variety of passports for different markets and regions of the world,” he said.
The Eduential passport cover will be available in November.
Edutoon has not made a profit since its founding in 2013, and currently employs just three people, including Alex, in its Berlin headquarters.
The team at Edutono is a team of around 10 people, which has helped the company grow to become one of Europe’s leading passport companies.
According to Edutoons cofounder Alex, the main challenges for the future of the company are to expand and diversify its product offerings, and to improve its production and delivery systems.
Edunoce will continue to focus on expanding its services and expanding its business in the coming years, and is committed to its customers.
“Edutoon is committed and excited to expand its operations and continue to innovate in the field of passport design,” Alex added.
“As we move forward, we’re hoping to increase our product offerings and continue delivering exceptional quality products.”
Edutoones passport cover currently costs around 10 euros per copy, and can be ordered through the company’s website.
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