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Cryptoart can live onchain as an NFT or in the real world as a physical art piece.
Cryptoart can live onchain as an NFT or in the real world as a physical art piece.
Bulwarks of Solidity– the new class of wealthy elite that becomes increasingly more difficult to join.  By design, there will never be more than 21 million bitcoins. If you hold the private key to a whole bitcoin, you control something scarce.


The basic purpose of money is to serve as a measuring tool (unit of account) that can be exchanged to keep track of stored value.  It seems strange to inflate its supply to disincentivize saving and even stranger for the supply to be set by the whims of a few individuals. Yet, modern fiat currencies are issued in this manner.  They push an agenda that conflates real consumer wants with macro economic needs.  In this context, Bitcoin’s hard cap challenges the notion that a currency can’t be deflationary and that issuance requires policy set by monetary authorities.
Bulwarks of Solidity
 
Two things are certain: if you hold wealth in fiat, you will grow poorer over time.  If you hodl wealth in cryptocurrencies, you have opted into financial self-sovereignty.
 
As a reminder, Cryptoart allows you to store your own private keys inside the artwork.  We strongly suggest you do this for any non-trivial amount.


     Artist: Alix Branwyn
     Artist: Alix Branwyn

Revision as of 04:04, 7 April 2022

Maker Cryptoart (Alix Branwyn)
Material Hahnemühle museum quality paper with archival inks
Size (Quantity) 8.5″ x 11″ ()

18″ x 24″ ()

24″ x 30″ ()

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

Cryptoart can live onchain as an NFT or in the real world as a physical art piece.

Bulwarks of Solidity

   Artist: Alix Branwyn
   Title: Bulwarks of Solidity
   Currency: Ethereum
   Edition count: 
   Limited edition giclée.  Once sold out, not more will be printed.
   Published on Hahnemühle museum quality paper with archival inks
   Certificate of Authenticity included


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