Bitcoin Playing Cards
Bitcoin Playing Cards
IPO52 from Las Vegas, Nevada wanted the card box to be stunning. If you pull this out of your pocket, people will ask about it. Every aspect of this deck was designed to mirror the Bitcoin currency - the value, the look, the feel, and ultimately - the story.
The box features premium soft touch Black dyed paper with interior/exterior Black & Gold Foil. No details are left behind. Satoshi Nakamoto's White Paper is inscribed to the inside of the card box in the font of the United States' Declaration of Independence. A peer-to-peer CASH system.
The hidden secrets of the Bitcoin playing cards:
(A) “FORTIS EST VERITAS” latin for “Strong is the Truth”.
(B) Binary code that translates to 21M, or 21 million coins as the maximum supply.
(C) Hammer and Shovel - referring to the miner ecosystem that secures the protocol.
(D) Elements of Illuminati - imprisoned by the cryptography and security of the SHA-256 algorithm.
(E) MMVIII, a Roman numeral for 2008 refers to the publication date of Satoshi Nakamoto’s White Paper.
(F) A block that symbolizes the world secured by the global transparency of blockchain which is anchored by the iconic digital “B” of the Bitcoin currency protocol. (G) TWO secret codes revealing the identity of the card from the back design are also included with SIMPLE and easy to learn instructions on how to read them.
Each deck of cards includes an easy to follow instructional video on how to read and decode the binary and serial markings! We even teach you a fun trick to amaze your friends - learn instantly, with just minutes of practice!
Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency and a global payment method, the abbreviation of this cryptocurrency is BTC. The Bitcoin network is a decentralized digital currency with no central bank or single administrator that can be sent from user to user through the peer-to-peer bitcoin network without the need for intermediaries. Bitcoin was invented in 2008 by an unknown person or group of people using the name Satoshi Nakamoto and started in 2009 when the source code was released as open-source software.
This Bitcoin deck has 54 cardboard playing cards in poker size, two of which are Jokers. The Bitcoin playing cards are made by IPO52 from Las Vegas, Nevada in the USA and printed in Taiwan on the new thin Stud Finish by Legends Playing Card Company.
Bitcoin Playing Cards Black Edition
in collaboration with Andre Jikh x Patrick Kun
Copyright 2019 © IPO52 LLC Las Vegas, NV
Legends Playing Card Co.
Printed in Taiwan
|Size playing cards||Poker size (63 x 88 mm)|
|Index playing cards||Marked Cards|
|Material playing cards||Cardstock cards|
|Packing playing cards||Cardboard tuckbox|