Our Belgian milk chocolate Cardano crypto coins are made with world-renowned Callebaut® chocolate producing a very well balanced milk, cocoa and subtle caramel taste. Exceptional dark chocolate coins are available in gold or silver foil.
These 1-½” diameter chocolate coins come eighty to a pound. One or both sides of your coins can be imprinted using a process called “debossing.” Your designs are stamped into the foil and pressed down into the chocolate as well. Nine vibrant foil colors to choose from. Or get an assortment of all of them!
Don’t settle for inferior quality chocolate cryptocurrency! Demand the rich, creamy taste and texture only pure Belgian chocolate can offer. Along with it, you’ll get the selection, service and wicked goodness only Foiled Again! can deliver.
SKU: BIT-122 | Weight .2 oz | Dimensions 1.5 × 1.5 × .125 in |Category: Bitcoin & More!
Start by choosing the coin side you want to work on. You can edit the design on both sides!
Click ‘+ click to design’ and a palette will appear with three icons at the bottom. From left to right:
ADD IMAGE – Upload your custom image. Use for logos, custom art, or any image you’d like imprinted on your chocolate coins. Add $29 each side with a custom image. We will email a proof of your custom design before production to make sure it’s perfect!
ADD TEXT – Add multi-line text to your coin. Add$29 each side with custom text. Don’t worry how your text looks onscreen, we’re just capturing the information. Then we’ll make it all purty-like and email a proof to make sure it knocks your socks off.
CHOOSE FROM DESIGNS – Choose from a huge selection of our most popular designs in each category… all with no setup fee!Hundreds and hundreds of choices!
Once you’ve got your coin design the way you want, pick your foil color and flavor (gold & silver come in multiple flavors). Choose your quantity and add the coins to your shopping bag!
I’ve been ordering gold St Nicholas coins for about 10 years now. The kids loves them, and the adults do, too. Soooo much better than the fake tasting coins found at the grocery store. Thank you, Foiled Again!!