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Cryptoart expands their line of limited edition fine art prints to include work that depicts Bitcoin, Dogecoin and Peercoin. The new editions are created by artist Nina Yankovich and have the unique ability to safely hold digital currency offline in cold storage.
The Woodlands, TX (PRWEB) November 04, 2014
Hardcore Bitcoin enthusiasts know that the safest way to store digital currency long-term is offline on a “paper wallet”, protecting coins from hackers or from computer failure. Cryptoart publishes a line of limited edition prints that allow cryptocurrency holders to safely enjoy their coins in physical form. Each fine art print has the ability to be loaded and unloaded with digital currency. This creates a unique investment proposition for the collector—potential appreciation of the art as well as the currency. Cryptoart founder Troy Fearnow says, “We look for exceptional artists to commemorate digital currencies via limited edition fine art paper wallets.”
“Nina Y” is a graphic designer, photographer, and traditional artist based in Ireland. The Artist has been labelled as one of the most notable graphic designers in the country. Nina is well known for her Twisted Fairy Tale series that is comprised of dark humor and beautiful scenery. Nina’s work is usually graced with deep, rich tones, and strong subjects. “When I approached Nina about a Cryptoart edition, she welcomed the challenge. Nina says she looks for different, intriguing, and unique standpoints in art. We’re very excited and appreciative for her contribution,” said Fearnow.
Cryptoart for Peercoin
As a cryptocurrency Peercoin is widely considered innovative because it uses “proof-of-stake” to verify transactions, thus saving energy. It also pays holders a 1% reward as compensation for maintaining the network. When “Crypto Greensleeves” was presented to Sunny King, creator of Peercoin and Primecoin, he replied, “The art is fantastic. Maybe it’s not only for paper wallets, but also a prosperous future of digital arts married to cryptos.” Fearnow adds, “I developed an early interest in Peercoin. It’s personally rewarding to be part of a gesture that recognizes a technology that has contributed so much to digital currency.”
Cryptoart for Dogecoin. Wow.
Like Bitcoin, Dogecoin is a decentralized peer-to-peer currency. Dogecoin is the fun and friendly internet currency. Shibes everywhere are invited to soak themselves in new Cryptoart for DOGE. Nina’s Dogecoin Cryptoart is entitled “Such Cryptoart.”
PPC and DOGE are both accepted as payment options at cryptoart.com.
Based in the The Woodlands, Texas. Cryptoart publishes “fine art for the crypto culture.” Throughout history, every great movement has been reflected by great art. Cryptoart’s mission is to encourage artists to comment on the cryptocurrency space, foster creative demand, and elevate the dialogue on the benefits of cryptocurrency and decentralization.
We’re excited and honored that Bitcoin Magazine has published Alexander Fedosov’s work on the cover of issue 21. This image was created specifically for them, but will soon be released as Cryptoart.
I’ve accepted a an invitation to sit on a panel discussion about Bitcoin at The University of Houston tonight. I’ll have some Cryptoart with me!
Texas Coinitiative and UH ISACA are hosting an information session for students, professors, and professionals interested in Bitcoin.
Wondering what Bitcoin is? What new developments have happened in the Bitcoin world? Want to hear about new start-ups and regulations in the area? Have a friend you want to introduce to the cryptocurrency space? Come to our Houston Bitcoin Information Session to learn about the thriving new technology.
Eventbrite link for additional information:
This isn’t the first time The World has seen Cryptoart. I setup a booth at the Texas Bitcoin Conference a few weeks ago…
I wanted to gauge real-time reactions to the concept of fine art paper wallets. BTW– Hashfast next to me had a box mining 2 TH!
The verdict isn’t out yet, but one of the Cryptowomen in the booth behind me was kind enough to pose for a quick pic…
So there it is– A Ferrari, a Lamborghini, Cryptoart, Cryptowomen, the Texas Bitcoin Conference, on the Circuit of The Americas race track. Not a bad start.
Cryptoart Publishes Fine Art Paper Wallets for Bitcoin
The Woodlands, TX — Every great movement has been reflected in the work of artists. Cryptoart is ensuring that Bitcoin will not be the exception. Cryptoart seeks artists to comment on the movement by contributing to a new physical form of Bitcoin; Bitcoin as fine art.
Fine art paper wallets
Cryptocurrency is valuable. As such, Bitcoiners have long been storing their coins offline to safely guard against hackers. Commonly referred to as “paper wallets”, these pieces of paper are usually hidden away for safe keeping. In a new twist, Cryptoart makes the wallet itself valuable media that can be collected and enjoyed. Cryptoart wallets are published as a limited edition fine art print. The front of each print bares a QR code with a public Bitcoin address to check the coin balance or to load coins. On the back, the private key is concealed by a removable security sticker. Cryptoart prints are trustless, which means the Bitcoin address and private key can be interchanged without damaging the art piece.
Cryptoart debuts with Ukrainian artist Alexander Fedosov. Fedosov has mastered the art of hyperrealism illustration. The degree of detail and symbolic elements of his works are sure to keep your eye busy. The Company says more artists will follow.
Please visit cryptoart.com to view the fine art paper wallets. Media inquiries should be directed to troy at cryptoart.com.
Here we go. Cryptoart is about to launch. I’m Troy and I have 15+ years in the art business. I’m publishing Cryptoart as a medium for artists to contribute to the cryptocurrency movement. Cryptoart also fills a need by functioning as a paper wallet by embedding a public and private key to store BTC. I have my first artist and more in the pipe. Enjoy.