The community of bitcoiners in Mexico, “Bitcoin Embassy Bar”Will exhibit a gallery of 21 portraits of the main personalities of the crypto ecosystem for 2 weeks, starting tomorrow, October 15 at 7:00 p.m. local time. Mexico.
"21 Heads Crypto Art Show”, Is the name of the collection of the artist Max Cryptohead, where portraits of Satoshi Nakamoto, Nick Szabo, David Chaum, Brock Pierce among other prominent personalities of the cryptographic medium will be exhibited.
Your Creator Max Cryptohead, indicated that it has a collection of portraits of twenty-one personalities and that the idea of the exhibition is "to honor the inventors and pioneers" of one of the greatest achievements of human civilization: digital currencies, "as reviewed bitcoin diary.
“I want the crypto community to make suggestions about who should be portrayed in the future. Cryptohead stressed that "everyone can participate in the process to choose the best."
The exhibition will also be broadcast simultaneously by Decentraland.
@bitcoinemb becomes a #Museum 🏛️ with the exhibition of “21Heads”, a collection of portraits of cryptographic pioneers that opens tomorrow, October 15 at 7:00 p.m. 🇲🇽 with @aaron_koenig, @josepimpo, @GusGrillasca, @lorebitcoin, @CaosMuseo.
– Bitcoin Embassy Bar (@bitcoinemb) October 14, 2020
During the exhibition there will be a discussion on technology, art, tokens, cryptography, the virtual world with Gus Grillasca, and the director of Blockchain Land, José Rodriguez, who will speak about crypto art and NFTs.
For those who cannot attend in person, the discussion will be broadcast live on the Bitcoin Embassy Bar Youtube channel from 7:00 p.m. in Mexico.
Art pieces are accompanied by NFT
The portraits can be paid with cryptocurrencies and additionally when acquiring them the buyer will receive a non-fungible token, or NFT of ERC-721 tokens on the ethereum blockchain, which can then be exchanged at Open Sea, Nifty Gateway or Raribles.
The idea of these tokens is to prove that the works are original and property of the artist, and thus avoid forgeries."For the first time, it is impossible to falsify a work of art," stressed Max Cryptohead.