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You've been in the cryptospace for some time, then you've probably heard of "MimbleWimble". The magical log written by "Tom Elvis Jedusor" on July 19, 2016, and made into a precise paper by Andrew Poelstra, a mathematician at Blockstream. He made the original idea of ​​Tom precise and improved the scaling.

We want to turn this story into an interactive digital art work to promote the awareness and attention not only of the crypto scene, but also people who have nothing else to do with cryptography. Here at BitBlockArt programmers should meet with artists and art-interested in order to promote the understanding of the possibilities. Find new applications and internalize the assumption of free value exchange.

If your expectations have been disappointed then become part of our community and help make this artwork something big.

We finance our art through membership fees and the auction of art objects that we create during the event topic related. 20% of the revenue goes to the grin development team
is a privacy-preserving digital currency built openly by developers distributed all over the world.


Grin has no amounts and no addresses. Transactions can be trivially aggregated. To hide the origin of a newly created transaction, it gets relayed among a sub set of peers before it is widely broadcasted.

Grin is not controlled by any company, foundation or individual. The coin distribution is designed to be as fair as possible, with an emission of 1 GRIN per second.

Not to eat

Grin was launched on January 15th, 2019.It's very young and experimental. Use at your own risk!


Mimblewimble leverages cryptography to allow past transaction data to be removed with no compromise on security. This avoids Grin collapsing under the weight of data having to be kept on chain..

who works here everything


Designer & Painter




Sound Artists


Sculptors & alternative Artists

GrinArt Workshop

If you're an artist musician or otherwise creative, then join the BitBlockArt-Grin development team

You think it's too empty here? Then help to expand the site! Sign up in our telegram chat. We would be happy about it!

one for all, all for one

Satoshi aside, anonymous founders are often a red flag in the crypto space, but most actually see this as one of Grin’s strengths. Grin’s development has been community-driven, with many of its early supporters and developers adopting appropriately Harry Potter-themed pseudonyms.

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