London’s House of Fine Art (HOFA) is taking its new Los Angeles gallery down the same cryptocurrency road.

You might remember HOFA. Back in August the gallery put its entire art collection, including works by Zhuang Hong Yi, Richard Orlinski and other artists, up for sale and you could only buy the works using cryptocurrency.

Elio D’Anna, founder of the House of Fine Art, said at the time the crypto-only sale was prompted increasing demand for buying art with digital currency.

Well, California has been crypto-crazy for some time. So when the gallery’s Qvantum exhibit ends its run in London on Nov. 1, it will then spend the rest of November in the West Hollywood gallery.

HOFA is accepting only bitcoin (BTC), ether (ETH) and bitcoin cash (BCH) payments for the artwork.

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