No, there is no safe place.
Devices in contact with blood are subject to thrombosis and embolism. Even devices designed for bio/hemocompatibility are not 100% safe: they are used because the illnesses and diseases they treat are more dangerous than the side effects. Immune responses and platelet activation that occur in the vicinity of a device could also have effects elsewhere in the body, not just in the vessel you could potentially occlude.
Long term, these effects are reduced only because of healing over the exposed surface. You are proposing something which must be in constant contact with blood, which isn't really possible unless you plan to remove and clean it regularly.
On a side note, for the purposes you describe, there are already devices in development based on mechanical motion to do what you suggest (for example, the motion from walking) that are much safer and more feasible than using blood glucose, which is strictly in the realm of science fiction.
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