Crypto Jewelry Launches New Collection and Website

Crypto Jewelry, a company based in L.A., has recently launched its line of crypto-themed jewelry. Its first collection centers on bitcoin. The company plans on releasing a new collection every year, each based on a different form of cryptocurrency.

Beverly Hills, United States - May 17, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

Crypto Jewelry has launched its website, at the same time opening its newest showroom in the Golden Triangle in Beverly Hills.

The firm aims to give bitcoin users the chance to show their passion and appreciation for cryptocurrency to the world through elegant pieces of stunning, unique jewelry. The idea behind the brand is to combine blockchain and jewelry into one dynamic pairing. All of Crypto Jewelry's pieces have rights of property and trademarks, and therefore are unique to any other jewelry being sold on the market today. The brand's first collection, "The Power of Bitcoin," features jewelry for both men and women. Each piece is available in rose, white, and yellow gold, and is presented featuring classic white diamonds or rare black diamonds. The firm plans to create a new collection annually. Diehard fans of bitcoin can now proudly display their regard for this exciting movement by wearing jewelry that showcases the Bitcoin logo in eye-catching styles.

Interested buyers can check out Crypto Jewelry's new collection at ecryptojewelry.com. The website displays all of the pieces currently on sale, allowing prospective buyers to browse the vibrant selection. Customers can purchase from the site and pay via PayPal, Bitcoin, or credit card. The customer can expect the pieces that they order to be delivered within two weeks with shipping provided by FedEx. All shipping costs are shouldered by Crypto Jewelry.

Crypto Jewelry also offers the option for corporate orders. Clients can customize their order with specifics about the pieces they want. The designers will then take this input and over the next few days craft a number of design choices. The client may then choose from this selection of custom designs. On average, the complete process—from placing an order to delivery of the product—takes approximately 30 days.

In the future, Crypto Jewelry plans to expand the variety of products that it offers. Such products may potentially include decorative money clips, brooches for men and women, and tie clips. The company also has a perfume line and plans to update the line with additional scents and packaging designs yearly. Another exciting product in the works is an exclusive line of products for both men and women made of natural crocodile leather.

“Driven by our interest in the revolutionary potential of cryptocurrency, we hit upon the idea of pairing our passion for cutting-edge technology with our love for the finer things in life, such as gold and gemstones. Combining these two areas to craft high-end jewelry seemed to be a natural process. We sought out the finest artisans to work with us, and from this match, Crypto Jewelry was born, intertwining classic styles with modern technology to create elegant yet fiercely modern jewelry.” , Maria Batura, Crypto Jewelry CEO.

About the Company
Crypto Jewelry is a firm that offers crypto-branded jewelry pieces for both men and women. It aims to provide the cryptocurrency community with the chance to shine in the real world. Celebrating the revolutionary potential of cryptocurrency with a touch of elegance and class, Crypto Jewelry combines cutting-edge style with stunning designs to create one-of-a-kind jewelry.

Contact Info:
Name: Maria Batura
Email: info@ecryptojewelry.com
Organization: Crypto Jewelry Inc
Address: 258 North Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Phone: +1 424 333 1148 (Office)

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For more information, please visit https://ecryptojewelry.com/

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