masofurrye said: if i may ask, how many bit coins do you plan on making?
There will be the set of five coins, from 1 to 100 bits. I am also planning on making lapel pins featuring some of the symbols featured on the coins, as well as military challenge coins.
Five bit coins are for sale now! Go to http://bronycoin.com to get your own before current stock runs out!
Concept render of the ten bit coin!
Will be available soon on http://bronycoin.com
Anonymous said: It's been a few months. Will there be a second run if any?
Anonymous said: Where would I be able to find out more information about the Bits?
Hi, I’m very sorry for the lateness of this reply. I work in video games and I don’t get much time to myself anymore :\
Coins can be bought on http://bronycoin.com
I have no idea when this question was from, so apologies if I’m horrifically late.
aufonddubois said: Hi ! I was wondering if you were still working on your themed rings ? They are truly wonderful... If you someday make them I would be so happy to purchase one !
I almost had a plan put together for the rings, but then Greece went tits up and my jeweler / gold supplier went completely bankrupt, so… That’s on hold until further notice :\
I don’t think I can find gold at a better price than what he had right now :C
However, the ring designs will continue, and once all 6 (and 2 specials) are made (and judging by the success of bronycoin.com), I’ll take another look at producing them, because I’d really like to see them in real life too!
I just spoke with my associate regarding http://bronycoin.com, and we are proud to announce that the one bit is for sale. Many of you have already jumped the gun and pre-ordered, but don’t worry there are still 34 left of the current batch and another batch of 100 are on their way soon.
We will begin to put the 5 bit coin into production once we receive the shipments of one bit coins from our manufacturer.
So, head on over to http://bronycoin.com for the new way to get bits, without having to stress over missing any deadlines!
Redesigned the Five Bit coin.
New from the Royal Equestrian Mint, and soon to be in production!
The Five Bit coin, affectionately nicknamed the “Lunie” (pronounced “loonie”), features a symbol of the pegasi nation on it’s front face, and the mare in the moon gracing the back, with the traditional latin slogan of “Prosperitas, Fraternitas, Parilitas” curving elegantly along one side, and the words “In Luna Nos Fides” peeking from under the right side of the moon.
"In Luna Nos Fides" translates to "In the Moon we trust".
Rendered in Blender Cycles
Modeled in Maya 2011
Soon to be available on our new website, http://bronycoin.com. You can already go there to purchase the One Bit coin!
Anonymous said: HOLY CRAP YOU MEAN THOSE ARE 3D MODELS?