1Dq used the ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs' aesthetics to depict how Bitcoin works under the hood. It's intended to be fun and helpful to people trying to understand cryptocurrencies in the broader sense. It also contains a shitload of contemporary jokes and memes well known in the world of cryptocurrencies. To better understand how this painting shows how bitcoin works under the hood check 1Dq’s post on the Bitcoin Forum: BitcoinTalk post
Artist 1Dq is a MFA painter and a fellow hodler. 1Dq paints in various styles as can be seen from his crypto art collection of paintings presented at this art gallery. Pseudonym 1Dq is shortened from artist’s BTC address: 1Dqt8AsKaRdaWNqruPmUkqseqLm9YXZaP
Attention all hodlers and art fans, our crypto art gallery is made for you. Here you can find art inspired by the development and popularization of the blockchain technology and its ecosystem.
Our art gallery protects the anonymity of the artists and acts as a medium of exchange between artists and buyers. The SHA256art's artists sign their art using a crypto wallet address. Each individual artist always uses the same crypto wallet address as their signature. Crypto wallet address provides authenticity to an artist and also gives anonymity. It is a pretty good pseudonym. In addition, anyone can always tip directly the artist who uses a crypto address as a pseudonym.
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