Cryptoart - The Halving
|Maker||Cryptoart (Christina Hess)|
|Material||Hahnemühle museum quality paper with archival inks|
|Size (Quantity)||8.5″ x 11″ (400)
18″ x 24″ (45)
24″ x 30″ (35)
The central element of this art piece is a rendition of the tally stick — an ancient device used to record debts between two parties. A stick was marked to signify the debt, then broken and given to each party. The larger half was given to the creditor and the short end given to the debtor. Similar to the private-key to public-key relationship of cryptography, only one pair could be combined to verify the debt. In this regard, tally sticks represent sound money by not contributing to fractional reserve banking.
Artist: Christina Hess
Pre-loaded amount: 12.5 bits (less than a penny).
Limited edition giclée
Published on Hahnemühle museum quality paper with archival inks
Certificate of Authenticity included