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London art aficionados are now able to pay in Bitcoin and altcoins after one gallery makes an ‘intuitive’ decision.
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As a sign of the rising popularity of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, the UK-based Dadiani Fine Art Gallery has begun accepting Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, and other cryptos as entrance payment
After physical bitcoins comes physical blocks in the form of banknotes created by artist Matthias Doerfelt.
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You must have at least wondered once “How does CoinTelegraph do their artwork?” Surely it’s not just the Bitcoin’s sub-redditers asking. We sure get asked this a lot: think Coin Telegraph, think illustrations.
In a move that has left intellectual “property” (IP) advocates completely dumbfounded, artist and redditor obilex recently released not one, but eight high-resolution original works of art on Reddit. The images are free to download and no copyright is claimed. What's got the IP supporters really confused is that obilex is still making money.
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