Cryptoart - Bitcoin Cash - Core’s Black Swan

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Maker Cryptoart (Christina Hess)
Material Hahnemühle museum quality paper with archival inks
Size (Quantity) 8.5″ x 11″ (50)

18″ x 24″ (7)

24″ x 30″ (7)

Weight N/a
Funded N/a
Denomination N/a
DIY No


Decentralized money requires technical and arguably social consensus. People must agree, and when they don’t, a split happens. Splits allow for like minded individuals to go their own way. In August of 2017, a disagreement over how to scale Bitcoin led to Bitcoin Cash. Currency that relies on consensus is unique in its ability to be defined by those that use and contribute to it. It’s software – if you don’t like it, don’t use it, use something else, or change it. If enough people follow, maybe you can start the next Bitcoin.

Cryptoart is a unique way to enjoy, save, and give digital currency. Each piece has the ability to store Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies offline away from hackers. See how it works…

Artist: Christina Hess Title: Core’s Black Swan Currency: Bitcoin Cash Edition count: 64 (50 small, 7 medium, 7 large). Limited edition giclée. Once sold out, not more will be printed. Published on Hahnemühle museum quality paper with archival inks Certificate of Authenticity included Cryptoart is hand assembled, numbered and comes with a certificate of authenticity.

Includes a paper wallet from cashaddress.org. No warranty.

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