The world’s most popular crypto currency today just happens to be the one that came first. Bitcoin started a revolution for some in online payments. Rather than being shackled to online credit cards and bank-issued payments, Bitcoin was designed as a peer-to-peer form of currency that offered greater anonymity in online shopping. Today a new series from Anonymous Mint celebrates the famed crypto currency. The 1 oz Copper Bitcoin Guardian Commemorative Round is now available to you online at Silver.com.
- Ships to you housed in a plastic flip and tubes of 20!
- One of three Bitcoin Guardian rounds from Anonymous Mint!
- Consists of One AVDP ounce of .999 fine copper.
- Obverse depicts the famous Bitcoin symbol.
- Reverse bears the effigy of the digital Guardian.
Anonymous Mint is out with a brand-new series of rounds to celebrate Bitcoin’s rise among accepted currencies. While commercial enterprises are slowly adopting it, Bitcoin has long been popular among those who prefer anonymity in online purchasing or simply don’t trust banks and government-backed fiat currencies.
The Anonymous Mint collection features the same design across three round options. There is a 1 oz silver round that includes either a standard proof finish or a brilliant antique finish. These copper rounds bring an overlooked precious metal to the foreground in the series. All rounds are shipped in protective capsules and come with a numbered Certificate of Authenticity. Your 1 oz Copper Bitcoin Guardian Commemorative Round is available with edge-lettering as well!
On the obverse of the Copper Bitcoin Commemorative Round is the image of the famed crypto currency symbol. Similar to the theme of the US Dollar ($), the image includes a letter “B” capitalized with two vertical lines through it from top to bottom. Engravings include the phrases “Premier Peer to Peer Crypto Currency” along the top and “Physical Artifact for the Real World” along the bottom.
That latter phrase is indicative of Bitcoin’s existence. While you can transfer US dollars online from your bank account to a creditor, you can also hold it in your hand. Bitcoin exists only as a computer code and has no physical representation other than commemorative pieces such as these.
On the reverse of the 1 oz Copper Bitcoin Guardian Commemorative Round is the depiction of the Guardian. This all-seeing figure has beams of light emanating from its eyes and the computer-code appearance of the Guardian is captured in left-profile relief. Engravings on this face include the name of the mint, weight, purity, and metal content.
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