The Crypto Commemorative collection of silver rounds for sale from Heads or Tales Coins and Collectibles features six different designs representing some of the biggest names in crypto currency. Designs available in the series include Litecoin, Dash, Ethereum, and Bitcoin Cash. No collection would be complete without the leader in the field though: Bitcoin. Right now, the 1 oz Silver Antique Crypto Commemorative Bitcoin Round is available to purchase online at Silver.com.
- Ships to you with a protective plastic capsule and a Certificate of Authenticity from the mint!
- One of the six options in the Crypto Commemorative release from Hotco!
- Unique serial numbers!
- Mintage limited to 1,000 rounds only!
- Consists of One Troy ounce of .999 fine silver.
- Obverse features the Bitcoin symbol.
- Reverse includes a common design element that reflects Bitcoin’s virtual existence.
- Antique version in the series.
Each of the 1 oz Silver Antique Crypto Commemorative Bitcoin Rounds in this listing comes to you with a protective plastic capsule to house the round. Each individual release in this collection has a unique serial number and features a Certificate of Authenticity matching that serial number. Antique options in the series are available with a brushed, matte finish compared to the visuals on the proof rounds.
Bitcoin was proposed in October 2008 by Satoshi Nakamoto. In a nine-page paper that reflected an academic approach to the reasoning and writing, Nakamoto introduced the idea of a peer-to-peer electronic cash system that could exist outside the control of central banks and sovereign governments, offering anonymity and secure transactions.
On the obverse of 1 oz Silver Antique Crypto Commemorative Bitcoin Rounds is the image of the now-famous Bitcoin symbol. Styled after the US dollar symbol, Bitcoin’s logo includes a capital letter “B” with two vertical lines struck through it.
Bitcoin was initially worth $.01 per unit, a price that has increased dramatically in the last decade. In fact, it is worth noting the now-comical cost of the first recorded Bitcoin transaction. Although early transactions were done in private, the first visible transaction of Bitcoin occurred when one individual paid another 10,000 Bitcoins for two large pizzas. Taking into account current values for Bitcoin, that equates to a roughly $100 million order for pizza!
The reverse face of 1 oz Silver Antique Crypto Commemorative Bitcoin Rounds includes the common design element used throughout the series. This side includes a series of network connections that point to the virtual existence of Bitcoin and other forms of crypto currency.
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