There is no more controversial monetary topic in the world in the modern era than crypto currencies. Not issued by any bank or government, and therefore not monitored or backed by these institutions, the Bitcoin rises and falls in value based on the whims of the modern marketplace economy. Right now, 1 oz Antique Silver Bitcoin Guardian Commemorative Rounds are available to purchase online at Silver.com.
- Ships to you sealed in protective plastic with a numbered Certificate of Authenticity!
- One of three new releases of Bitcoin commemorative rounds at Anonymous Mint!
- Mintage limited to 3,000 rounds only!
- Consists of One Troy ounce of .999 fine silver.
- Obverse bears the official Bitcoin symbol.
- Reverse includes the profile image of a Guardian figure.
- Individual rounds ship in resealable plastic bags.
These new 1 oz Antique Silver Bitcoin Guardian Commemorative Rounds are available to you with edge lettering denoting individual serial numbers. These numbers are reflected on the Certificate of Authenticity included with your purchase. Further, these silver rounds have an antique finish. An antique polish can bring the visual appeal of ancient coinage to a piece, while helping to highlight the intricate details of the design.
Governments and central banks watch Bitcoin with a wary eye. Introduced in 2009, this cryptocurrency is valued by those who want privacy when shopping and paying for goods online. It can be exchanged between individuals and even used with a growing number of online commerce entities to pay for goods just as you would with cash or credit.
However, Bitcoin is obtained in a much different manner. Individuals can purchase Bitcoin from online exchanges, paid for with other fiat currencies to be used for online transactions. Bitcoin is not traceable to an individual and is not audited by banks or governments. Like stocks, the value of Bitcoin can rise and fall with the markets.
On the obverse of the 1 oz Antique Silver Bitcoin Guardian Commemorative Round you’ll find the Bitcoin symbol. Similar to the US Dollar symbol it uses two vertical lines struck through a singular letter. In this case, that letter is a capital “B,” and engravings are featured around the outer edge of the design field to complete the imagery on this face.
The reverse of the Silver Bitcoin Guardian Commemorative Rounds features a man’s figure in left-profile relief. With a digital appearance, this figure is known as the Guardian and has electrical rays emanating from his eyes. Engravings on this face include “Anonymous Mint” and “1 oz .999 Fine Silver.” There is also an Anonymous Mint mark near the Guardian figure that reads “AM.”
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