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Ethereum-based Virtual Museum Saves Artwork “Censored” by Authorities

Bitcoin artist “Bnoiit.c” has created an Ethereum-based virtual museum “Cryptovoxels” which use blockchain to make cryptoart immutable and virtually impossible to censor.
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Bitcoin artist “Bnoiit.c” has created an Ethereum-based virtual museum “Cryptovoxels” which use blockchain to make cryptoart immutable and virtually impossible to censor.

In its collection as of Aug. 25 has been a Bitcoin mural by French crypto graffiti artist Pascal Boyart “PBOY” Boyart, which was “censored” by French authorities, by covering it with gray paint. 

news - Ethereum-based Virtual Museum Saves Artwork “Censored” by Authorities

The artwork depicted French protest group the Gilet Jaunes in a re-imagining of Eugène Delacroix’s artwork “La Liberté guidant le peuple” (Liberty leading the people). It was a decidedly political statement.

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The mural has now been tokenized as a digital collectible — split into 100 ETH-based non-fungible tokens, which can be bought and sold via peer-to-peer digital collectibles marketplace OpenSea.

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