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Cryptoart Boosts Collectors with Bitcoin Black Friday Event


         Cryptoart Boosts Collectors with Bitcoin Black Friday Event

Cryptoart combines fine art and Bitcoin for the modern art collector; launches holiday shopping event

November 17, 2014/Houston, TX — Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday have a new contender for retailers’ economic cheer: Bitcoin Black Friday. As Bitcoin users grow exponentially, smarter retailers are positioning themselves for the demand. One such retailer is Cryptoart founder Troy Fearnow. Fearnow’s fine art site is launching a special campaign for Bitcoin users on Bitcoin Black Friday, Nov. 28, 2014.

Cryptoart is the leading purveyor of one-of-a-kind and limited edition pieces of fine art for the crypto consumer. Several pieces have been featured in Bitcoin Magazine and the company appeared on the cover in August 2014. Cryptoart has more than just artistic worth. Cryptoart safely stores bitcoins in a physical, collectible form by combining them with fine art. The art pieces can be loaded, unloaded, and reloaded with currency. On the back of each art piece is a security sticker that conceals the private key, which can be removed and replaced without damaging the art piece. All works are published in very limited quantities.

On Bitcoin Black Friday, not only is offering half off all pieces, the site is also giving away 100 pieces to encourage Bitcoin users to become collectors. The sale will commence at 12:01 am CST.

Here are the specifics:

100 Free Cryptoart Works

– Limited to “Crypto Certificates” (retail value $35 – $60)
– Only one free Cryptoart piece per household
– Limited quantity. First come, first served
– Claimant pays shipping
– Must be US-based

50% off all other items

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Kimberley Morgan
Public Relations
[email protected]
phone: 734-780-5293

Troy Fearnow
Cryptoart Founder
[email protected]
phone: 713-594-8769


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