5 Gram Gold Crypto Commemorative Bitcoin Rounds - Silver.com™
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5 Gram Gold Crypto Commemorative Bitcoin Rounds (New)

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Volume Pricing Current Spot Price: $1,859.56

QTY Check / Wire Crypto

We accept BTC, BCH, ETH, WBTC, DOGE, LTC, and 5 USD-pegged stable coins

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Any quantity available for $39.99 per round over spot!

For those who are looking to combine the inherent value of precious metals and an interest in cryptocurrency, the gold for sale in collections such as Crypto Commemorative Rounds offers the best choice. These .9999 fine gold bullion rounds have the now-iconic logo for Bitcoin with a historic design on the reverse from the first-ever Bitcoin bullion release. Now, 5 Gram Gold Crypto Commemorative Bitcoin Rounds are available to you for purchase online from Silver.com.

Round Highlights:

  • Coins arrive inside protective plastic flips!
  • Based on the historic 2011 design for the first-ever Bitcoin round!
  • Consists of Five Grams, or .1607 Troy ounces, of .9999 fine gold.
  • The obverse features the symbol of Bitcoin.
  • On the reverse is the MJB Bitcoin design from Mike Bruce.

The first-ever Bitcoin bullion round was issued by MJB Monetary Metals. The design was created by Mike Bruce, the founder of the small bullion company. This all occurred in 2011 and represented the first option for Bitcoin users to hold something representative of digital currency in their hands.

Though these rounds have no value as Bitcoin, each one did offer a physical representation of something that existed only in the virtual realm. Over the course of time, the designs that MJB created for those first rounds have been used again and again in silver round issues including BU, proof, and antique specimens.

The obverse of 5 Gram Gold Crypto Commemorative Bitcoin Rounds comes with a depiction of the Bitcoin emblem. The symbol for Bitcoin is similar to that of other forms of fiat currency that include the US dollar, British Pound sterling, and the Euro. In this design, you will notice a capital B with two vertical dashes through it that protrude from the top and bottom of the design.

On the reverse side of the Gold Crypto Commemorative Bitcoin Round is an image designed in 2011 by Mike Bruce. The MJB design has been replicated time and again and features a circuit-themed design.

Bitcoin is a decentralized form of currency. A digital currency, Bitcoin can never be held in your hand for hand-to-hand exchange in transactions. IT is stored in virtual wallets and is currently worth more than $60,000 per Bitcoin.

These 5 Gram Gold Crypto Commemorative Bitcoin Rounds are available to you for purchase in new condition. The rounds are the latest release among Bitcoin Commemorative issues. Each one comes individually inside of a protective flip.

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Additional information

Weight 0.16075 oz

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Brand: Rearden Metals

Mint Mark:  Not Shown

Purity:  .999

Condition:  New

Edge Design:  Reeded

Packaging Type:  Plastic Flip

Weight:  .1607 Troy Ounce

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