Bitcoin 21M Poster
Bitcoin 21M Poster
Discover our Bitcoin collection, a celebration of the revolutionary digital currency through stunning and colorful artwork. We capture the essence and the beauty of this decentralized cryptocurrency in all its forms to display it on high quality vibrant print.
You may already know that, but Satoshi Nakamoto has set a fixed upper limit regarding the number of Bitcoins that can ever come into existence. He set the Bitcoin supply upper limit at exactly 21 million.
• Paper sourced from Japan
• Paper weight : 189 g/m²
• Stylish and catchy design featuring 21 000 000 graphic
• Durable and long-lasting for years
Frequently Asked Questions
What's the difference between a Classic Poster and a Premium Poster ?
Our classic posters are a great choice for those looking for a high-quality print at a budget-friendly price. Printed with a multicolor, water-based inkjet technique, these museum-quality posters will brighten up any room. With a paper weight of 189 g/m², these posters are durable and long-lasting.
If you're looking for something truly special, our premium posters are the way to go. These posters are printed on ultra-premium luster photo paper, which has a finish that falls somewhere between gloss and matte. This gives you highly saturated colors and maximum ink coverage. Additionally, these posters are framed in an alder, semi-hardwood frame and come ready to hang, making them an instant statement piece in any room. With a paper weight of 260 g/m², these posters are also more robust and long-lasting
Can I pay with crypto ?
Yes, you can ! We accept cryptocurrency payments (you can select between BTC, ETH, USDC, APE, CRO and more)
How long will delivery take ?
Delivery times are calculated from the date of email receipt of your
order confirmation. Please allow up to 48 hours standard processing time before shipping. Your order will be delivered within 3 to 7 business days. An estimated delivery time is indicated on your order tracking.
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