What Maya and Bitcoin have in common?

What Maya and Bitcoin have in common?

2022-02-11 13:36 | Comments: 0

Maya were a highly developed civilization in the area of today's southeastern Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, Honduras, and El Salvador. Thousands years later El Salvador became the first country to adopt Bitcoin as legal tender.

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What is CryptoArt?

CryptoArt/NFTs are a revolutionary new way to buy and sell digital art online in limited editions with the power of blockchain technology.

What Maya and Bitcoin have in common?

Central Americans are quite innovative, El Salvador, a historic part of the Maya civilization, which is known for their highly developed writing system, adopted Bitcoin first, the world's most secure and sound currency of the digital age, as legal tender.

What makes Bitcoin so special?

Like the Internet, Bitcoin gives power and control to its users, it's not owned by a person, country, bank, or corporation. Bitcon is the first truly decentralized, global currency, after gold, which is governed by software and pure math rather than potentially corrupt institutions and politicians.


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