Here’s something that you can proudly wear to you next cryptocurrency yacht getaway.
The Hublot Big Bang Meca-10 P2P, as it is unironically called, is a 45mm wristwatch using a case made out of microblasted and polished black ceramic, with a skeleton dial (meaning you can see the watch’s innards) and 10ATM water resistance.
The motion is automatic — Hublot’s own HUB1201 — and the watch comes with a 10-day power reserve.
If you are a watch geek, you understand what all this implies. If not, the short of it is that it’s a very luxurious gadget, not extravagantly so but undoubtedly at the end in the luxury watch spectrum. Hublot did not declare the watch’s cost, but according to additional Hublot watches with similar features, expect it to be in the tens of thousands of dollars.
However, the Big Bang Meca-10 P2P also has quite a few Bitcoin-related features and details that should make it attractive to lovers of the favorite cryptocurrency. You have likely noticed the Bitcoin emblem on one of its own gears. It’s also limited to 210 pieces, a reference to Bitcoin’s total supply of 21 million coins. Its strap is black rubberized and dark blue calf skin using a blockchain-inspired layout.
It extends further than that. You may just buy the watch with bitcoins, along with the transaction ID for the buy will be engraved on the bezel’s border. This makes every one of those Hublot watches unique and traceable (in the event the watch ends up being stolen or lost and then displays up for sale somewhere). And given that the Lamborghini is the (unofficially) favorite car of blockchain millionaires, I have no fear this view will find its market, irrespective of the purchase price.
Disclosure: The writer of this text possesses, or has recently owned, quite a few cryptocurrencies, including BTC and ETH.