The Bitcoin dress that I wore at Miss Universe represents the monetary history of El Salvador. We emerged from a land of stories, cultivating cacao as our best trade. Then came colonization and with it, the Colón. Globalization transformed us and brought the dollar into our economy.
Now, we dive into the era of technology, and that's how Bitcoin came into our lives. Proudly, we can say that El Salvador was the first country to adopt Bitcoin as legal tender.
The adoption of Bitcoin as legal tender in El Salvador is a historic moment, and my collection of 29 photos featuring the Bitcoin dress that I wore at the Miss Universe 2022 are a beautiful tribute to this important event.
Inscribing them on the Bitcoin blockchain is a further step in highlighting the significance of Bitcoin for my country and the need to preserve our culture for future generations.
My 29 ordinal inscriptions are part of a unique photoshoot featuring the Bitcoin dress that I wore at Miss Universe
We will establish a Bitcoin Foundation with the purpose of promoting Bitcoin adoption in El Salvador through hosting international events and conducting educational campaigns. The 29 collectors will be recognized as "Founders Members," playing a crucial role in shaping the future of the foundation.
The top three bidders will have the option to choose among three great prizes: the necklace I wore at Miss Universe, two tickets to Miss Universe El Salvador, and a two-night stay at a hotel in El Zonte
The sale of my ordinals will be conducted through a Dutch auction powered by Partially Signed Bitcoin Transactions (PSBTs) in order to minimize the trust needed between participants.
Initial price and more details coming soon.
All inscription holders will have access to private events, community video calls and more experiences to celebrate Bitcoin. More details coming soon.