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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. 

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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