- The effort includes more than $40 million in cryptocurrency donations.
- If the bid succeeds, it’s unclear if the print will change hands.
- The New York Times recently reported on the group, which led to a $10 million surge in donations.
According to BBC News, there are 13 known copies of the U.S. Constitution that survived the original run of 500 copies after the text was settled and scribed at the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
- “If they lose, money will be sent back to contributors, minus fees,” The Verge reports.
We’ll know the results of the bid Thursday at 4:30 p.m. MST.
This major move comes as cryptocurrency bids take over other public aspects of our lives. For example, the legendary Staples Center in Los Angeles will soon be renamed Crypto.com Arena after a deal was made to rename the site, as I wrote for the Deseret News.