Exclusive Swiss-made cryptocurrency watches in a limited edition

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Inspired by the concept of cryptocurrencies, the renowned independent Swiss watch brand Chronoswiss has created five luxurious crypto-design watches. These extravagant models from the Blockchain Series are produced in a limited edition of 101 in each set.

The traditional Swiss watch manufacturer Chronoswiss, known for its high standards of quality, showed an early openness to technological innovation. It was one of the first brands in the luxury watch market to offer its exclusive timepieces via its own E-Shop. In autumn 2017, the company decided to accept payment by Bitcoin (and other selected cryptocurrencies) at its E-Shop and at its company boutique.
The next step was logical: in 2018, Chronoswiss presented a collection of watches inspired by the concept of cryptocurrencies – the Blockchain Series Limited Edition, which consists of five different models.
Oliver Ebstein, the owner and CEO, says “as a mechanical-watch brand which was founded against all odds in the quartz crisis, we have long combined tradition and vision. So it goes without saying that we are curious about the future and open to it. Cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology are the future, and Chronoswiss is following them actively and supporting them. With this homage to cryptocurrencies, Chronoswiss is combining the roots of traditional watch-making with the digital revolution caused by new world currencies.”
The guarantee certificates for the watches in this innovative special edition are already registered in blockchain via smart contracts – forever! These luxury watches have been produced to the highest standards of Swiss watchmaking at the House of Chronoswiss in Lucerne. Not only are they unique, they meet top-league technological and quality standards. For more information, go to www.chronoswiss.com.

House of Chronoswiss
House of Chronoswiss
Löwenstrasse 16b
6004 Luzern
Tel +41 41 552 21 80
shopmanager@chronoswiss.com
www.chronoswiss.com

Published: 24 October, 2018