BitcoinShrooms: An Ordinals Auction

BitcoinShrooms: An Ordinals Auction

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BIP39 Seed

Accepts Crypto

No reserve

Lot Closed

December 13, 05:03 PM GMT


20,000 - 30,000 USD

Lot Details


Bitcoin Shrooms

BIP39 Seed

Inscription 679


Executed in 2022, this work is unique and inscribed in 2023.

Collection Hash Inscription No. 105:4

Creation transaction: 80c50933106c8fc99e245edacb5241a3abd191b192cc891ef5ac0c27e61ed749

SAT number: 1405345898772461

SAT creation year: 2015

Blockchain: Bitcoin

Being self-sovereign means controlling your Bitcoin private keys. A BIP39 seed is what your Bitcoin private keys ultimately look like: a randomly generated list of 12-24 words that only you must know. All your Bitcoin addresses and their corresponding private keys are ultimately derived from this seed. Learn more about this Shroom:

About the Artist

Shroomtoshi is a technically inclined digital artist and trailblazing figure in the booming Ordinal ecosystem. With encyclopedic knowledge of Bitcoin, Shroomtoshi created a standalone digital art collection that captures the cryptocurrency zeitgeist through nostalgic and hyper-referential modes. Advocating for values of freedom and self-sovereignty, Shroomtoshi operates in subtle mystery in the vein of Satoshi Nakamoto's mystique, aiming to educate and inspire appreciation for the cultural and technological revolution of Bitcoin. Learn more about Shroomtoshi [:]

Shroomtoshi on the Shrooms. “The BitcoinShrooms collection is a pixelated recap of the first 13 years of Bitcoin, a homage to the 8-bit style of art that expresses a slight nostalgia for the 90s, a way to soil 10s of thousands of SSDs spread across the world with my art (->next level cyber-vandalism), a tool to raise awareness about Bitcoin and what I personally view as its core principles, an ironic way to vent at what I see as its annoying pop elements and aberrations. it is a thank you to those I worked with and learned from, to those who are not around anymore but whose name should not be forgotten. it is knowledge condensed and a journey for the curious.” Source []