1oz Antique Bitcoin Guardian Commemorative Silver Round
When Bitcoin was introduced, it was the first challenge to standard fiat currencies that existed entirely within the digital realm. Credit cards and bank accounts offered people an electronic means of payment, but it was always backed with tangible dollars or paper checks. There was never a physical form of the Bitcoin until the introduction of silver rounds with the Bitcoin design.
- Arrives in protective plastic with a numbered Certificate of Authenticity!
- From the new release of Bitcoin silver rounds at Anonymous Mint!
- Limited mintage of only 3,000 rounds!
- Contains 1 Troy oz of .999 pure silver.
- Obverse includes a representation of the Bitcoin symbol.
- Reverse bears the image of the all-seeing Guardian.
Bitcoin was introduced in 2009 as an electronic form of currency that had no physical representation. Not issued by central banks or backed by any other financial institution, Bitcoin offered an unregulated means of peer-to-peer payment for transactions. Though it was originally used by individuals to pay other individuals, it has slowly gained acceptance as a form of payment among individuals and certain commercial enterprises.
All Bitcoin Guardian Silver Rounds from Anonymous Mint are available inside of a protective plastic capsule. You will receive your Bitcoin Guardian Silver Round inside that capsule accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity. That COA includes a serial number that matches the one found on the edge of the rim of each round.
On the reverse of the 1 oz Antique Bitcoin Guardian Silver Round you’ll find the design of the Guardian. Known as the all-seeing Guardian, this figure is captured in left-profile relief and is known to be watching over everyone to ensure that their privacy is guarded. Engravings include markings for the weight, purity, and metal content of the round as well as the name of the Anonymous Mint.
The obverse of all Bitcoin Guardian Silver Rounds features the symbol of the cryptocurrency. The Bitcoin symbol is reflective of the US Dollar symbol in appearance. Instead of a letter “S” with two vertical lines through it, you’ll find the letter “B” with two vertical lines through it and a variety of computer code designs in the background to reflect the electronic nature of the currency itself.
All of the Bitcoin rounds from the Anonymous Mint have the facilities proprietary antique polish applied. Antiquing is added to rounds to bring out the intricate details of the design features and lend a visual condition similar to that of ancient currency that has been available for hundreds, if not thousands, of years.