PNCPy was prepared by anodic polymerization and its properties in both doped and undoped state were characterized. The doping level of the oxidized material has been found to be larger than that of other conducting polymers; the more relevant electrochemical properties of the doped material were retained after undoping. SEM and AFM data are consistent with a lumpy surface and a multidirectional growing of the polymer chains. Finally, PNCPy has been combined with PEDOT to prepare three-layer systems with enhanced electroactivity and electrostability. Results suggest that PNCPy is a potential candidate for the fabrication of electric circuit components that are able to block the current flow below a given potential.