A new era in the world of crypto-inspired merch is here. The Cointelegraph Store is live and ready to outfit you with swag you can’t find anywhere else. Check out what we’ve been up to here.
We specialize in one thing: products created exclusively for the crypto-converted. The HODLer. The nonfungible token (NFT) collector. The miner. Those on the rocket, and those already on the moon. We’ve created an ever-expanding catalog of unique apparel, accessories and collections for the passionate crypto and blockchain fan.
Check out some of our latest offerings:
Genesis Block Collection: The “Genesis Block Collection” remembers a time when crypto was under the radar and on the move. On Jan. 3, 2009, Satoshi Nakamoto hashed the first block of Bitcoin (BTC) and ushered in a new era of finance unlike anything the world had ever seen. The Genesis Block Collection features that very same block contained within a classic Bitcoin logo across a variety of merch such as tees, hoodies, framed prints and even premium decorative pillows.
Layer Two Press Start Collection: Scaling up the Bitcoin and Ethereum blockchains is no game. With recent innovations in layer-2 solutions on these blockchains, the speeds of the networks may seem old school in a very short time. Enter the “Layer Two Press Start Collection.” This selection of comfy tees, hoodies, sweatshirts and high-end laptop sleeves features artwork inspired by retro 8-bit video games for those who just can’t wait for the next level of crypto.
HODL Collection: For those in crypto for the long haul, comfy and stylish gear is a necessity. With an off-kilter token design inspired by the ups and downs of the market, the “HODL Collection” features items with a clean, modern look. This collection is perfect for reminding the world that you’re in it to win it.
BTFD Collection: Every real crypto fan knows that when the market is down, it’s time to wake up. With a bold red, white and black design, the “BTFD Collection” features a range of comfy hoodies and premium tees, as well as home decor like the BTFD Framed Print. Some people just panic when the chips are…