Counterparty Token/Asset/Project Timeline for

This post is dedicated to publicly organizing and critiquing a public list for Counterparty’s vast historical assets/tokens and projects we have seen since Counterparty’s inception.

The goal for this list is to eventually put them into a cool Historical Timeline to be published on in a new page titled “History”. This, and other website changes were previously published in this Counterparty Forum post: Updating Information on - #8 by davesta

The planning of this History page also includes a Counterparty Developer Timeline, but it has already been started here: Counterparty Developer Timeline for

Let’s just focus on assets/tokens and project history here and keep Developer updates separate.
I’ve come to notice there is a significant amount of assets and projects to cover. How many should we include? Which one’s shouldn’t make the cut? Or which ones should? And why?


It is my hope that the changes stated in the previous posts as well as publishing this data below will bring more education to the current and future Counterparty community. If not, at least we will be finally updating the website to show current information about this space.

In my opinion most people in other cryptocurrency spaces are naïve of the history of Counterparty and how many giant leaps have already been accomplished.

I invite you to verify, critique and comment on this post to perfect this list so all can benefit off of the goal of publishing this content on


First off I’d like to give a huge shoutout to all the digital archaeological digging done by JP Janssen (@JPJA) , Whiterabbit1111, Doggfather, HarryBTC, Blackstar, Jake Gallen and a few other people in the community like RarePepeNews, Scrilla, @theo_goodman, Joe Looney, Nutildah/dogermint, Jdog, LiteBit, Sebuh, ZeroG, Helene, Rob Mitchell and so many more that I have a hard time keeping track of all of the beautiful people who have helped compile this information. If I haven’t included your name, know I give you all the love in the world.

I have pulled my information mentioned below from this API call and a few other sources:

The filtered XCP asset list from JPJA

these podcasts:

Art On The Blockchain

The Bitcoin Game

The Adam McBride Show

these interviews:

Exploring the Vintage NFT Space with ZeroG

this show:

and these articles:

Creative Design

Similar to the Developer Timeline, I am imagining this timeline to be a linear/flat infographic that has certain events “expand” upon hovering over them with more in-depth information about each asset/project and its significance. The final product could look something like:


or could look something like:


but, without trying to plagiarize WhiteRabbit1111’s work, I have always enjoyed this style of timeline:


It is my intention to reach out to an experienced graphic designer for this project as I believe the timeline should follow a few guidelines for the creative side of things:

  • The Color scheme should be matching the Logo and Color Scheme of (need a well seasoned pro to get this feeling right)
  • The timeline should be readable and scrollable (maybe even zoomable) on a mobile device as well as Desktop.
  • We could possibly find someone who is excited and knowledgeable about XCP that may have many more hours of experience (and/or pool some donations to pay them for their work).


I’m thinking we will have to come up with the specific things and points of information to include here that are most important. Maybe we could just signify:

Timeline Asset/Project:
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Timeline Data

Date: Jan 2, 2014
Timeline Asset/Project: XCP
Significance: XCP is technically Asset ID #1 on Counterparty and was created through a proof-of-burn by burning a certain amount Bitcoin to bring XCP into existence.
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Issuer: Counterparty Community

Date: Jan 13, 2014
Timeline Asset/Project: TEST
Significance: This is the first user tokenized asset to be minted on Counterparty. It had no text, image, audio or any data associated with it. Years later when this historical token was re-found, the creator of the asset decided to add some key information and some community art to represent it. It was created by the Bitcointalk Forum user by the name of ‘jimhsu’ when he was testing the Counterparty Protocol. TEST was also used for testing the Counterparty Decentralized Exchange. At the time Etherscan founder, Matt Tan was also one of the parties involved in testing Counterparty functionality. TEST is considered the first ‘Fungible’ user asset created historically on the Counterparty protocol. It was even created before the protocol required 0.5 XCP burned to create a named asset.
Related Links:
[ANN][XCP] Counterparty - Pioneering Peer-to-Peer Finance - Official Thread
Issuer: jimhsu

Date: Jan 14, 2014
Timeline Asset/Project: First Broadcast
Significance: The first broadcast using the Counterparty Protocol simply included the Message: “CoinDesk BPI USD”.
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Issuer: 1Pcpxw6wJwXABhjCspe3CNf3gqSeh6eien

Date: Jan 14, 2014
Timeline Asset/Project: LEET
Significance: The first divisible asset that was issued by a user was LEET. It simply was the first asset that could be broken down into smaller units. Possibly considered the first truly fungible asset that did not have “whole units”. The total supply was a meme number (1337.00000000 Units).
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Issuer: 1JfTCVaBjX1KQ32GLYxXDXTzYzuPYcwroA

Date: Feb 8, 2014
Timeline Asset/Project: SFMSTOCK
Significance: SFMSTOCK is the first Counterparty asset to include a description added to the asset. The description simply stated “SilverFishMiner” to denote more information on the token. It seems related to a Chinese cryptocurrency miner company named “SilverFish”.
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Issuer: 1SFSTKsMyrofjX5kiqnbGfdb5vi7mGa63

Date: Feb 9, 2014
Timeline Asset/Project: XCPBET
Significance: XCPBET is the first Counterparty Asset to include an exterior website link to the description. It forwarded to “”.
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Issuer: 1XCPBETx1GXXYSeFCZVaP1B7f9d83pfCh

Date: Mar 12, 2014
Timeline Asset/Project: LTBCOIN
Significance: Let’s Talk Bitcoin was a bitcoin centered podcast and website created in April of 2013. Adam B. Levine, Andreas Antonopoulos, and Stephanie Murphy are the most well-known contributors at Let’s Talk Bitcoin, but the network was comprised of a multitude of freelance (autonomous) editors, contributors, and sponsors, plus their rapidly growing audience. The idea behind LTBcoin was to generate a finite number of coins and then distribute those coins over a five year period based on a pre-defined distribution protocol. In this manner, contributors, members of the audience, and every other stakeholder can earn LTBcoins while maintaining a vested interest in the overall health of the network. LTBcoins were earned by producing or consuming content on the website and used as currency to buy items such as merchandise and advertising on podcasts. LTBCOIN was also listed on major centralized cryptocurrency exchanges at the time, including Bittrex and Poloniex. It may be considered one of the first “altcoins” made on the Counterparty Platform.
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Issuer: 3MAmfj1J3jBCf1XGmqXWjne2WstMNkE6T8

Date: Apr 8, 2014
Timeline Asset/Project: UNIT
Significance: UNIT is the first time in Counterparty history that the user locked the token supply. While some earlier tokens have been locked later in time, this is the first token to use the “lock supply” function.
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Issuer: 1LNwwEjJzK9H8M61NuQvcmwFiZ5u2Y7wn4

Date: Apr 9, 2014
Timeline Asset/Project: MICE
Significance: In April 2014, three tokens with the name MICE and the description: “<:3_)~ squeak!” made their way into the Counterparty database. They’ve been hiding ever since, not to be seen even on the xchain Counterparty block explorer, but they are visible in the Counterparty Database. This asset is one of the most “hidden” historical tokens.
Related Links:
Tips for Bitcoin NFT Archeologists – JP Janssen
Issuer: 1BGSqmCnkdyB7W2T15rSBS4qXBdY3LZn1t

Date: Apr 22, 2014
Timeline Asset/Project: ROCKMINER
Significance: ROCKMINER is the first asset to include a JSON reference in the description of the asset which was “”. It seems related to the mining company called RockMiner which was founded in 2013.
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Issuer: 1ABBDuY1CJuPNtZR8r3qPGzRYkqpcCPGr1

Date: May 28, 2014
Timeline Asset/Project: SWARM
Significance: SWARM was a token representing the Swarm Corporation which funded “coin-powered accelerators to incubate and coach young businesses”. It was the first project on Counterparty to try to facilitate a ‘crowdfunding’ process like Kickstarter, but backed on Counterparty assets. The Swarm official website stated at launch: “accepted companies will raise more money faster and with reduced costs. Swarm companies will offer investors real equity in turn for investment dollars instead of being limited to gifts or early access to products.”
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Issuer: 1CNTKYtdVJ3f1Xrjhi8ceV3DrKVN5yda1W

Date: Jun 4, 2014
Time Asset/Project: TATIANACOIN
Significance: A graduate of Berklee College of Music, Tatiana Moroz has been a vocal advocate in the Bitcoin community since 2012. She was a part of the community in the “Let’s Talk Bitcoin” podcast and was helped by Adam Levine to create a Counterparty token that represented crowdfunding for her music. TATIANACOIN is considered “the first musical artist coin and the alpha for the concept of artist tokens”. Owning this coin meant you were funding the recording of Tatiana’s “Keep The Faith” album. The album cover is made from the original signed artwork by Ross Ulbricht while he was in prison. He gave it to her as a birthday gift. As mentioned on her website, “From as early as 2015, Tatiana had conceived of a token that would contain her combined music and artwork. She minted a run of 100 tokens for this purpose in 2015. Then in 2017, she minted tokens to contain all her albums to date. These include the TATIANAMOROZ (100 coins), minted Oct 10, 2015 and the TATIANAALBUM (900 coins), minted on Feb 10, 2017, among others.”
Related Links:
Bitcoin for Musicians: Tatiana Moroz Makes the Case for "Artist Coins", Blockchains and More — SonicScoop
Issuer: Tatiana Moroz

Date: Jun 12, 2014
Timeline Asset/Project: OLGA
Significance: OLGA was the first asset to be truly “Non Fungible” using Counterparty as it is a 1/1 piece that is not divisible into smaller units. This asset also contained significant intention and meaning. OLGA was used as a gesture of love whereby JP Janssen dedicated a token to his sweetheart ‘Olga’ with the additional text stating ‘My Eternal One & Only’. It is also the first Token to include a non-English language as well as non-ASCII characters. Approximately a year later (August 2015) he added a message (using the Broadcast function) to the metadata in base64 format which contained an image of a light pencil drawing of them kissing. This is considered one of the first assets with a text description, and with the metadata added in August of 2015, OLGA is also considered the first “Image Embedded NFT” on the Counterparty protocol. JP also added a message along with the image which translates to: “My dear eternal Olga! Congratulations on your birthday!”. The theory behind using these functions and formats was so the data would be saved ‘on-chain’ and accessible without any exterior links, and of course, to express that there is only one OLGA.
Related Links:
FAQ About OLGA – JP Janssen
Issuer: JP Janssen

Date: Jun 15, 2014
Timeline Asset/Project: SEBUH
Significance: Even though SEBUH was minted 2 days before on June 13, 2014, the updating of the description with { “;image”;: “; is available at Call 888-694-6735”; } was the first instance of a token including an image reference with a Counterparty Asset. The description has been changed since and now links to “”. At the time Sebuh used this locked, non-divisible asset and sold them for 0.144 BTC in which you could redeem the SEBUH tokens for a RBox Rockminer through his website. Years later in 2022 he stated “a collector messaged me on Facebook. He was after some really old Bitcoin miners. We traded a few miners with them for SEBUH tokens. So I shipped a Prospero X1, Ice fury, Redfury, and Technobit NF1, to Equador. It’s now part of a museum.” This token is also considered one of the earliest tokens to include a physical item related to a Counterparty Asset. Learn more about Sebuh and his story here.
Related Links:
ANN: SEBUH token Rockminer Rbox Group Buy and Investment Option
Issuer: Sebuh

Date: Jun 28, 2014
Timeline Asset/Project: JPJA
Significance: JPJA is one of the first tokens to give “shares” for a separate outside product within a Counterparty Asset. On June 28th the description of JPJA was changed to “1 share = 1 % of eBook tips. See” which provided a way to ‘own’ a piece of an eBook titled ‘The Economics of Bitcoin’ by JP Janssen. This is also the first reference to an eBook on any Counterparty Transaction or Asset. This was published on the Bitcointalk forums as an experiment and funds were distributed to holders according to terms set on the asset.
Related Links:
[ANN][XCP] Counterparty - Pioneering Peer-to-Peer Finance - Official Thread
JPJA (2014) – Book NFT & DeFi Pioneer – JP Janssen
Issuer: JP Janssen

Date: Jul 2, 2014
Timeline Asset/Project: Counterparty BitBowl
Significance: Containing a set of 32 tokens representing each team in the NFL, the BitBowl was one of the first instances of tokens issued for the purpose of sports wagering or gambling in general. It was announced on the Bitcointalk forums in August of 2014, but many of the tokens were minted a month prior in preparation for the BitBowl. The token list includes asset names that are the exact names of football teams like CARDINALS or BRONCOS, but one token was already taken which was the ‘Bears token’ and it was represented by the asset: BEARSB.
Related Links: ANN on Bitcointalk
BitBowl homepage
Issuer: nutildah

Date: Jul 4, 2014
Timeline Asset/Project: FLDC
Significance: The FoldingCoin initiative was created by Stanford University and allowed individuals to contribute their spare processing power to simulate complex protein folding. The project rewarded contributors in the token FLDC to keep track for their contribution to research which can potentially lead to the creation of life saving drugs and treatments for an array of diseases and illnesses. In order to mine FoldingCoin, a user has to download FoldingCoin client over Folding@Home network and configure accordingly.
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Issuer: Robert Ross

Date: Jul 11, 2014
Timeline Asset/Project: SJCX
Significance: The STORJ project was originally backed on the SJCX token on Counterparty. SJCX was the original utility token for the project, which was used to pay node operators for sharing hard drive space and bandwidth on the Storj network. It could also be used by customers to pay for usage of the distributed storage network. Unfortunately, when the BTC mining fees became very high at one point around 2017, it became very expensive to send payouts to thousands of node operators every month so the project leaders decided to migrate the token to Ethereum which at the time had low gas fees. Storj still openly thanks the Counterparty community for being there for their idea when it was originally established. This asset also historically became one of the 12 cryptocurrencies officially approved of by the Japanese government in 2017 and was also used for ‘token controlled access’ to a section on the Let’s Talk Bitcoin website.
Related Links:
Migration from Counterparty to Ethereum
Issuer: 17VLRV4y7g15KNhCepYvgigHHvREzbEmRn

Date: Jul 14, 2014
Timeline Asset/Project: EARLY
Significance: Before Collabland & ETH itself, EARLY was one the first tokens used for ‘token-gated access’, allowing holders to visit an exclusive section of the Let’s Talk Bitcoin website. Let’s Talk Bitcoin host, Adam Levine posted on the Let’s Talk Bitcoin blog an overview of this system titled “Token Controlled Viewpoint (TCV) Genesis, Characteristics and Early Use Cases”.
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Issuer: 15ra6w1RmFrL7q3VeJniQ55W91QGjehbRW

Date: Jul 24, 2014
Timeline Asset/Project: FFLTEAMA
Significance: This is a very interesting sports related betting project setup by Joe Looney and Let’s Talk Bitcoin which rewarded users for betting on the owner of a fantasy football team. The teams and football side was taken care of with the Yahoo Fantasy Football service, while the finances and asset creation was done with the Counterparty Protocol. The tokens FFLTEAMA through FFLTEAMN represent an individual Fantasy Football Team (A through N) which you could bet on and possibly receive a return on. Though that was only true if the team did well enough that season. The return on investment was through the LTBCOIN token. Adam Terwilliger wrote in this Let’s Talk Bitcoin article about the experience of owning a team in this fashion: “I have also given someone, who knows very little about fantasy sports, the ability to invest in an experienced fantasy sports competitor. They can check out my profile, look at my body of work, and ultimately decide my worth to their investment.” Check out the results of that specific season here.
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Issuer: 1CRrFNBPg951C1s8VoobEtT62sFoQbmAo2

Date: Jul 29, 2014
Timeline Asset/Project: FORMICACOIN
Significance: FORMICACOIN is the first asset to specifically have a “PNG” image associated with the token description. The description reads: [“image”:] and the picture resembles a small ant. There is also a FORMICACOIN with the same name on the Dogeparty Protocol, but was minted a few weeks later and did not include an image link.
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Issuer: 1NLLTaxJRTSMi9JAemNSZxpCmcKGY4uJ4G

Date: Aug 4, 2014
Timeline Asset/Project: BOOKBAG
Significance: Inspired by the JPJA token and story, science fiction writer, Michael G Zigler, Jr. tokenized his own book on a Counterparty token named BOOKBAG. The book even has a defined economic model. The book was titled “Order of the Bookbag” and was the first book in a series. The entire book is preserved on Wayback Machine.
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Issuer: Michael G Zigler Jr.

Date: Aug 12, 2014
Timeline Asset/Project: BKEYCHAINUSA
Significance: A man by the name of Rob Mitchell, who hosted The Bitcoin Game podcast in affiliation with LetsTalkBitcoin, minted BKEYCHAINUSA with the intention to sell a physical Bitcoin keychain within the USA. The description on the token reads: “ Keychain mailed to USA”. These tokens could be exchanged for the keychain which Rob was producing and selling through Amazon, and his website. Adam Mcbride wrote in this medium article, “[Rob] was also very interested in what use cases tokens could have in solving real-world problems”. At the time, Rob had a company called Paperclip Robot that sold Bitcoin keychains, but BKEYCHAIN and BKEYCHAINUSA were special in the case that they were sold on a LetsTalkBitcoin auction and represented a separate way to distribute these keychains. This was one of the first use cases, if not the first, for a physical object connected to a Counterparty token. The difference between BKEYCHAIN and BKEYCHAINUSA is simply the fact that one token was for international shipping and the other was for shipping within the USA. There were also tokens by Rob, with the same names and same function minted to Dogeparty in September of 2014.
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Issuer: Rob Mitchell

Date: Sep 23, 2014
Timeline Asset/Project: TOPCOIN
Significance: TopCoin is a Counterparty project created by Josh Jones, co-founder of DreamHost, and his partner Michael Blend. Consumers are rewarded TOPCOIN for domain name purchases made at partner companies in the Topcoin ecosystem, and those companies in turn accept up to half the purchase price of new domain name registrations in TOPCOIN at a value of $1 per TOPCOIN. The closest “real-world” analogy to this use case of a Counterparty Token is frequent flyer miles, except that Topcoin may be used across a broad range of product classes and are easily exchanged for other currencies.
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Issuer: 12usRXrQVYRsS7yCZTgeQujfDMuDXJwbLr

Date: Sep 27, 2014
Timeline Asset/Project: NILI
Significance: Artist, Nili Lerner released her NILI Coin tokens which represent proportional ownership of her artwork. These coins included NILI, ICOKE, IDISNEY, ITOYOTA, IEBAY, ITWITTER, IAPPLE, IBEATLES and IUSA. She stated on the debut Bitcointalk post that NILIcoins were created to “promote a competitive credit-provides ecosystem”.
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Issuer: Nili Lerner

Date: Nov 5, 2014
Timeline Asset/Project: UMBRELLA
Significance: LiteBit came up with the idea to mint 600 UMBRELLA tokens to represent a ‘right-to-claim voucher’ for a physical umbrella that he would batch order later in time. He posted the token and idea on the Bitcointalk forums. The idea was to make an orange bitcoin umbrella to stand out in the sea of black umbrellas throughout the world. On Nov 13, 2014 the description “” was added for users to be redirected for their purchase to that website. It is considered one of the first assets on the Counterparty Protocol to represent a physical object that could be purchased. The art for this piece (by M0d3D3b0) and it’s subasset (UMBRELLA.ORIGINS) was added at a later date. LiteBit commented later saying he also considered this asset to be an early type of crowdfunding project as well.
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Issuer: LiteBit

Date: Nov 7, 2014
Timeline Asset/Project: GEMZ
Significance: The GEMS mobile app was created to have users own their personal information when using a ‘text messaging’ app through cryptographic protocols. The creator, Daniel Peled stated that companies like Whatsapp and Facebook are making money selling information to advertisers and that on GEMS “the messaging side is just like any other messaging application, we use a server infrastructure, but the ownership and the reward model is built using blockchain technology”. The Counterparty token used in relation to this project was GEMZ.
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Issuer: Daniel Peled

Date: Nov 21, 2014
Timeline Asset/Project: MYSOUL
Significance: Artist, Rhea Myers tokenized her soul conceptually with the asset MYSOUL on the Counterparty platform. She had done this minting as well on the Dogeparty Protocol a few days prior with the same asset name. She simply put in the description of both “My soul.” Not a single MYSOUL was ever traded nor did the Asset Ownership ever change hands on either chain it was minted. Rhea still holds the entire supply of her soul. Rhea was an early innovator with art and blockchain and many of her works are seen as artistic milestones in the cryptocurrency community.
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Issuer: Rhea Myers

Date: Dec 9, 2014
Timeline Asset/Project: A111111111111111111
Significance: This is the first numeric asset (which is a Counterparty asset you can mint for no XCP fee) on the Counterparty protocol. It was minted with the description stating “First Numeric Asset”.
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Issuer: 1CRvrpEd1Afw1ZXDBzhcS4MN2TbnLzSYKL

Date: Dec 18, 2014
Timeline Asset/Project: A5308205037694922000
Significance: This is the first numeric asset to be a true ‘Non-Fungible Token’ or in other words: the first 1 out of 1 non-divisible numeric asset.
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Issuer: 1ByhdvpAK7P2PA63KW5GvGkFmRH3SBTyUG

Date: Feb 6, 2015
Timeline Asset/Project: BITCRYSTALS
Significance: BITCRYSTALS was used for one of the first successful ICOs back in 2015 and is used in the game Spells of Genesis. From the initial supply of 100,000,000 units, 30% were kept by EverdreamSoft, the token issuer, and the remaining 70% were offered on sale during the “BitCrystals Token Sale”. As stated on the official website “BitCrystals (BCY) is the official currency of Crystal Suite. They are distributed for users’ engagement in the Crystal Suite products, but also in partners’ games.” This asset’s supply would eventually be partially burned and released on the ERC-20 contract on Ethereum as well. The company stated they did this “in order to adapt the coin to our current multi-chain product strategy.” This asset also historically became one of the 12 cryptocurrencies officially approved of by the Japanese government in 2017. At the end of each month, the equivalent of 50% of the cards and in-game sales income in BCY is burnt.
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Issuer: 1MSu9tdgzo4eNLFUYAEQEEwppMNimqHGFC

Date: Mar 11, 2015
Timeline Asset/Project: FDCARD
Significance: Arguably the historical holy grail of tokenized assets within the Counterparty community. It is the first digital game collectable ever tokenized to Counterparty (and was before Ethereum went live). FDCARD is card #1 within the Spells of Genesis game which was the first game to leverage blockchain for in game assets (aside from currency purposes). The FDCARD is also one of the first instances of tokenized cryptoart (Artist: Alejandro Hurtado). Many of the pieces in the collection reference cryptocurrency culture at the time of minting. The company EverdreamSoft, founded by Shaban Shaame leveraged the Counterparty platform to tokenize a series of assets on the bitcoin blockchain for use in their game Spells of Genesis which still remains active today. FDCARD was originally distributed to participants of the innovative FoldingCoin project as a reward for contributing their idle computational power. The original tokenized assets are now highly sought after collectibles constituting historical artifacts that pioneered the emergence of this entire new asset class and the associated industries and economies that are now emerging from it today.
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Issuer: 1PWqaoM6xhfmbHWFMqcLGMeAXcx8DvT3iK

Date: Mar 31, 2015
Timeline Asset/Project: RIGA
Significance: The first ever video associated with a Counterparty asset is RIGA. This token included the description “ - EU’s Greatest City” when it was originally issued. It is unclear the meaning of minting this asset, but points to simply showing the viewer “EU’s Greatest City”.
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Issuer: 1K2eXP3wsX4W5HjnkNKsqX1fgRPhFA5RNv

Date: Jun 23, 2015
Timeline Asset/Project: A714159941780378900
Significance: This is the first asset (named or numeric) that the Token Ownership Rights as well as the whole token supply was burned. Since the Ownership rights were burned, even though the asset is ‘unlocked’ it will never be possible to issue more tokens of this asset. This asset was minted with the description: “Company A bond”. It was burned to the address: 1BitcoinEaterAddressDontSendf59kuE.
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Issuer: 1BNMWG7KKSM4X1AEBjRrbPzKr3EmeZqgp1

Date: Jun 24, 2015
Timeline Asset/Project: SATOSHICARD
Significance: Through a collaboration between Spells of Genesis and the SaruTobi’s Island, the SATOSHICARD is recognized as the first ever tokenized metaverse asset on the Counterparty Protocol. SATOSHICARD was integrated into both of the two blockchain games by two different developers, providing different utility in each. This was the humble birth of a “metaverse” asset, and according to Whiterabbit1111 SATOSHICARD “served to be the first crack in the walled gardens of the multibillion dollar gaming industry”. The game itself was in beta by Sep 2016 and then released in May 2017, and remains active to this day. A few examples of tokens like SATOSHICARD include: SATOSHILITE — “The Imitator”, GOXCARD — “The stealing of Mountain Gox”, BLOCKSIZECD — “Battle for Block Size”, ETHERERUMCARD — “Sir of the Ether”, and many more. Learn more about this card by reading this article.
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Issuer: 1EewCNrN1oypSYZE81HBiqrjuhkLcz1qXR

Date: Aug 6, 2015
Timeline Asset/Project: SALVATION
Significance: This token, named SALVATION, was the first time Token Ownership Rights for a named assed was transferred to a burn address. Unlike A714159941780378900, the Token Ownership Rights only were transferred and not the total supply. This, in effect was the first use of ‘locking the description and locking any subasset’s to be issued’ while keeping the total supply liquid to buy/sell or move around. SALVATION was sent to the burn address: 1SaLvationGodsMarveLousGracaLgYQS. It was minted with the description stating “SAVE UR SOUL FROM SIN & ITS CONSEQUENCES”.
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Issuer: 18AHSWhk7xU6TB2sZJnZKLyGneB452nmG7

Date: Oct 10, 2015
Timeline Asset/Project: A18340712565681460000
Significance: This is the first time an asset (named or alphabetical) was locked without minting a single token. In other words, the Alphabetical Token was created but no tokens were issued (0 supply) and then the creator locked the issuance so no tokens could ever be added. This would be considered a “Token Ownership Rights” only token with a 0 supply.
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Issuer: 1ENKkgvMqjPmC3Wst631jbpaC3ULkYgkgL

Date: Dec 19, 2015
Timeline Asset/Project: SARUTOBICARD
Significance: A young iOS developer in Australia by the name of Christian Moss released a game on the App Store called SaruTobi’s Island where players tapped the screen to spin a monkey to see how far they could get him to fly. Christian wanted to let SaruTobi players purchase in-game items with Bitcoin but Apple’s iOS App Store terms didn’t allow it. Instead he let players collect small amounts of Bitcoin as they played. In June of 2016, Christian implemented this functionality by making the Spells of Genesis SATOSHICARD, SARUTOBICARD, and CNPCARD playable in Sarutobi. This asset, along with SATOSHICARD marked the first instance of a Counterparty tokenized asset becoming interoperable between two independent games.
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Issuer: Christian Moss

Date: Jan 6, 2016
Timeline Asset/Project: MTM Series
Significance: The Mind To Matter series is a collection of tokens which are considered one the first examples of true cryptographic music ownership (or music NFT’s) on the Counterparty protocol. The tokens included were MTMALBUM, MTMPRODUCER, MTMCOLLECTOR and MTMSONG which represented tokenized ownership of Adam B. Levine’s EP titled “A Little Color”. The process included buying and owning one of the tokens above to access Adams album. At the time the cost was either $5 in bitcoin, $7 with credit/debit, $2.50 worth of LTBCOIN and a couple other payment options. It was an early use of ‘token controlled access’ that allowed token holders to prove they held the token to access the music.
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Issuer: Adam Levine

Date: May 6, 2016
Timeline Asset/Project: NINJASUIT
Significance: NINJASUIT is the first Counterparty asset native to the game SaruTobi’s Island and would eventually be realized as the first NFT gaming “skin”, the first NFT power-up and it marked the first instance of an NFT being used in a play-to-earn game. Christian Moss realized that he could “link a user’s Counterparty mobile wallet to SaruTobi and the app would be able to read what tokens they had in their wallet. Based on their token inventory NINJASUIT could grant access to various features in the game.” The art on the token represented the power-up that could be used in game which was involved a double-jump where the in game character, “instead of falling will jump mid-air giving you another chance”.
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Issuer: Christian Moss

Date: Aug 9, 2016
Timeline Asset/Project: WILLCOIN
Significance: Force of Will is a Japanese fantasy series with a physical trading card game included. Each set of cards also included “chapters” of the overall story series. In August of 2016, FoW combined IndieSquare’s Counterparty API services with EverdreamSoft’s dashboard for game management and asset registration. FoW utilized blockchain game items and planted the seed for a generation of games and applications with interoperable assets and items. Eiji Shishido, CEO of Force of Will, explained the decision to use Counterparty protocol saying, “The borderless nature of blockchain technology inspired us. FoW is not an online game currently but we wanted to bring in a new value to the game industry. We wanted to offer FoW players a whole new experience and the new value proposition based on the cutting edge technology.” Force of Will released their cards as tokenized assets along with a currency ‘WILLCOIN’ on bitcoin via Counterparty. It had been intended that a game would be launched in which the assets could be used, however the game never eventuated.
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Date: Sep 9, 2016
Timeline Asset/Project: RAREPEPE
Significance: Looking through a historical lens, RAREPEPE is considered an integral part of the birth of the global cryptoart movement as it is the first project on Counterparty to invite any artist from anywhere in the world to participate. The project centers around a central theme of an internet meme called ‘Pepe’ that was originally a character in a comic titled “Boy’s Club” by Matt Furie. Some of the initial posts about this project came from the Bitcointalk forums. The project was closed in February of 2018 ending with 1774 different distinct pieces of art regarded a The Rare Pepe Directory. Many include references to cryptocurrency culture, internet culture and culture in general. This was also the case as per the art in Spells of Genesis, but this time from many different artists. Many projects emulating this ‘open arms artist invitation’ have been created since including, but not limited to: ‘Fake Rares’ and ‘Dank Rares’. Series 1, Card 1 of The Rare Pepe Directory is titled “RAREPEPE” was minted by a user named ‘Mike’ with the description stating: “The most rare pepe that has ever existed”. RAREPEPE is the genesis card in the collection. While there is reference to ‘Pepe’ in a previous token description named CLIO, RAREPEPE is the first to include Pepe artwork on a Counterparty token and definitely wasn’t the last to do so.
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Issuer: Mike

Date: Sep 22, 2016
Timeline Asset/Project: FEELSGOODMAN
Significance: This is the official asset that was reserved for the original Pepe artist named Matt Furie. It was intended by the creator of Rare Pepe (Mike) to always reserve a place for the comic artist who created the Pepe character. When it was issued in 2016 by Joe Looney, the image shown read “Reserved for Matt Furie”. In September of 2021, Matt Furie requested ownership of FEELSGOODMAN and was given the asset ownership by Joe. Matt then updated the image with his art submission and distributed it on his own terms via his Pegz DAO which did cause some public backlash and a lawsuit.
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Issuer: Joe Looney

Date: Sep 26, 2016
Timeline Asset/Project: UFOPEPE
Significance: The Rare Pepe collection spawned a significant amount of experimentation on Counterparty, one of which was UFOPEPE. This card is considered the first GIF to be linked to a Counterparty asset. It was minted by a user named ‘Mike’ who was the creator and curator (sometimes called ‘scientist’) of the collection. While there was a token created before that mentioned ‘gif’ named MEMETOKEN, UFOPEPE is the first true use of a piece of artwork in GIF format that was minted with the token originally.
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Issuer: Mike

Date: Oct 7, 2016
Timeline Asset/Project: RAREPEPESS
Significance: This card is highly considered the first Counterparty asset to reference any sport within artwork attached to the description. Even though it’s sister card, RPEPEARMANDO is posted earlier in the Rare Pepe Directory, RAREPEPESS was minted first. The original description included the art for RAREPEPESS along with an inscription that read “SALAMI SUNGLASSES”.
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Issuer: Yoni Terenzi

Date: Oct 13, 2016
Timeline Asset/Project: DJPEPE
Significance: This asset was a token of many “firsts” in the Counterparty Community. The first of which was to include a curated music playlist of original music written by Scrilla that could be listened to as ‘token access controlled’. When a user proved they owned this specific Rare Pepe card in their RarePepeWallet they could access the content. This included a playlist of original music by Scrilla, which would change periodically over time, and even include pre-releases of songs before the general public had heard them. Within Joe Looney’s RarePepeWallet, this feature was included as a ‘Bonus Content’ button in which you could access this content when you owned the DJPEPE token. When DJPEPE was accepted into the Rare Pepe Collection, it was the first to begin experimenting with attached content. Other tokens like PEPENATION for example, even though earlier in the series, added content at a later date. DJPEPE specifically is considered the first “audio-visual” tokenized asset on Counterparty because of the relation to the easily unlockable content and it’s accompanying art in Rare Pepe, though it went on to do much more. DJPEPE has had its own twitter account since 2017, has attended rare cryptocurrency events, has its own brand, has a variety of subassets created from the original token for various purposes, has live “DJ’d” events and has become a major meme personality within itself. Learn more about DJPEPE on its Youtube account here.
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Issuer: Scrilla

Date: Oct 16, 2016
Timeline Asset/Project: PEPEBALT
Significance: Minted by the legendary Counterparty Developer, John Villar, PEPEBALT is the first token that included a playable game on a Counterparty asset itself. PEPEBALT is also a card in the Rare Pepe Collection. Villar wrote on the card itself “It looks and acts like a game, but it isn’t a game, it’s just a tech demo”.
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Issuer: John Villar

Date: Oct 26, 2016
Timeline Asset/Project: GORILLAGLUE
Significance: After DJPEPE, Scrilla went on to make this specific asset which represented a music album and was given to people who purchased his mixtape titled: Gorilla Glue mixtape. If a buyer bought the Limited Edition Mixtape and Cassette version on his bandcamp sales page, they were given a code redeemable for a GORILLAGLUE. It was the first Counterparty musical token to directly represent a physical album purchase and was also used it as a proof of concept to pitch to bandcamp on the idea of integrating tokens with their platform. After little response from bandcamp, Scrilla eventually even minted the email sends and responses to the SuperRare platform. The token itself even had the cover art for the mixtape attached at the time of issuance. GORILLAGLUE went on to be used in the project as a proof of concept.
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Issuer: Scrilla

Date: Oct 30, 2016
Timeline Asset/Project: GUARDIANCARD
Significance: The Age of Chains project, which was inspired by Magic: The Gathering and Hearthstone, is a very early blockchain trading card game set in an intergalactic clash of cultures, billions of years in the future. The game provides 1 on 1 player vs player battles. Age of Chains is a very early innovative project with in-depth artwork that has been tokenized into cards and Counterparty tokens for use in the game. GUARDIANCARD is the first card in the series.
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Issuer: 198G9eUjQuCn9Y21Pj4z6Cbx5JxnkoeQWL

Date: Dec 20, 2016
Timeline Asset/Project: BITGIRLS
Significance: In 2016 and 2017 there was a Japanese TV Show that aired in Tokyo and the surrounding area (14.3 million households) featuring Japanese women known as ‘BitGirls’. Episodes aired on a weekly basis, and participants could use Torekabu-nushi (Trading-share-card holders) to cast votes after each episode. The voting included having the girls wear different costumes and change standing positions during each show. Each girl’s performance on TV would affect her popularity, thus increasing or decreasing the value of her token, and influencing viewers’ trading behaviors. Investors could then trade the BitGirls currency on the Zaif exchange. This early innovative approach was effectively one of the earliest forms of ICOs or ‘governance tokens’ before a name had been given to that approach.
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Issuer: 1PH4KzJ7VpwPZR3VnP8anmcMTjJEGt73Gz

Date: Jan 23, 2017
Significance: Minted by Theo Goodman, these tokens name SUPERBOWLFAL and SUPERBOWLPAT were one of the first uses of a Counterparty based betting platform. They were used for the 2017 American Football Super Bowl between the Atlanta Falcons and the New England Patriots. Owners of the winning team could redeem them on the Counterparty Decentralized Exchange using PEPECASH from the Rare Pepe project.
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Issuer: Theo Goodman

Date: Feb 3, 2017
Timeline Asset/Project: DieCast Club Collection
Significance: The Diecast Club is a popular supplier of physical miniature car models for collectors. The company was founded in 1988 as a family business and then bought out by Collectable Brands in 2017. The interesting history behind this one is that EverdreamSoft (Spells of Genesis) and Collectable DieCast shared an office building during this early innovation period. After coming to understand each other’s business, it was agreed that an attempt would be made to transition the interest of collectors from the traditional physical medium to the digital realm by tokenizing their goods on the BTC blockchain via Counterparty. In order to draw attention to these assets and reward users, EverdreamSoft partnered with Christian Moss and coordinated an innovative distribution of some of these assets in connection with a geocaching app called Takara. The unusual method of distribution and innovation forged new ground in this new space of ‘air-dropping’ digital assets.
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Issuer: The DieCast Club

Date: Apr 8, 2017
Timeline Asset/Project: WACKNAKAMOTO
Significance: Memorychain was a Japanese user-generated content collection aiming at depicting and commemorating significant events, people or projects in the blockchain industry. There were multiple artists and a community telegram that curated and voted on submissions. Information about this early community and project is hard to come by now. However these amazing artworks laden with blockchain history are left as valuable relics from this period. The first asset of the collection was WACKNAKAMOTO. Lead innovator Koji Hagigashi has recently written an article providing some amazing insight into this early project and others.
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Issuer: 15MDXC3YkR5sHL34c41YMonkxJP7RKeLK1

Date: Nov 23, 2017
Timeline Asset/Project: WACHHELM
Significance: Skara - The Blade Remains was set to be a Free-to-Play game set in a fantasy world by creator Pablo Rodriguez. WACHHELM is the first issued token on Counterparty in relation to Skara. Whiterabbit1111 wrote about this project stating: “The creators apparently intended to develop a game within which the assets would be used, however this never eventuated. Given the timing of high bitcoin transaction fee’s during this era, one could guess that the sudden frosty winds of the bear market that came a short time later knocked all plans off the table”.
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Issuer: 15mWQFbcioTdgaEzD8xqbJwk3bdq49hish

Date: May 22, 2017
Significance: This token is the first recorded subasset after CIP4 was introduced to add the subasset feature to the Counterparty Protocol. Despite it’s deceiving name ‘COINDADDY’ is the main asset and “FIRST.SUBASSET” is the subasset itself. The name is also in reference to the historic minting and asset service named CoinDaddy. The asset description was “First Subasset” and the supply was set at 420.
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Issuer: 1Lfm6jXgCQi8LvjpgFHa2F4hdr1uJVa5t4

Date: Aug 10, 2017
Timeline Asset/Project: MININGPEPEL
Significance: Similar to A18340712565681460000, MININGPEPEL is the first named counterparty asset to be locked without any token supply issued first. This means the total supply of MININGPEPEL is 0 cards total. The description minted along with the token stated “PEPE HUMAN CLONING”.
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Issuer: 1KYJySPCTYFCToK4zPghtDtaZzRAHjtA2v

Date: Oct 3, 2017
Timeline Asset/Project: MODERNPEPE.ART
Significance: This asset is the first asset historically on the Counterparty Protocol to be a subasset that is locked at one single indivisible token. It is considered the first ‘Subasset NFT’ on Counterparty. It’s parent asset, MODERNPEPE, is an official card of the Rare Pepe Directory. The subasset, MODERNPEPE.ART seems to denote a 1/1 physical framed canvas print of the art in MODERNPEPE as the description reads “Original ModernPepe Framed Canvas”.
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Issuer: 1JAuET9GmkADQarX5ZsgHXuHjJzwesfAKg

Date: Jan 15, 2018
Timeline Asset/Project: BITCORN
Significance: BITCORN is an asset and in-game currency tied to the blockchain based game called ‘Bitcorns’. This project borrows elements of its game play from idle games, like AdVenture Capitalist, board games, like Monopoly and Risk, and app games, like Farmville, but combines them on the blockchain using the Counterparty Protocol. The first asset’s in the Bitcorns project, HELIPAD, YACHTDOCK and LAMBOGARAGE were released as a ‘trio drop’. This project also invited any artist to create their own asset to be included in the project, which would ultimately be included in the game mechanics as well if accepted. The project required a burn of 1000 BITCORN to submit. Another asset worth mentioning is the final asset of the project, which is BRAGGING and was a 1/1 ‘Non-Fungible Token’ distributed as a prize at the end of the project to the largest holder of BITCORN.
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Issuer: 19QWXpMXeLkoEKEJv2xo9rn8wkPCyxACSX

Date: Mar 23, 2018
Timeline Asset/Project: KALEIDOSCOPE
Significance: One of the more underground and unknown projects is KaleidoscopeXCP. This project is known for accepting literally any asset that is submitted. It was created by nathansonic and is largely regarded as possessing a unique mysteriousness. KALEIDOSCOPE was the official first asset in the directory. Because of the ‘open arms’ ruleset, some tokens with earlier mint dates, such as BITROCK are also apart of this directory.
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Issuer: nathansonic

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I’m noticing new topics while clicking around old Counterparty links (and with feedback from the community) and found a few other areas/assets/projects that will need further research.

Again, if you have some useful information or critique on these below or the ones above feel free to message me on Telegram or Twitter, or just post them below as a comment.

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More Clarification on Achieving the Timeline Goal

Looking through this list and getting feedback from the community I have also realized this list (and the Developer Timeline) could be very useful and publishable in the Counterparty Documentation section of the github.

^ If done correctly it would mean the information, which would include a Readme markdown file and a JSON version) would have to be Pull Requested and reviewed by the developers and community first for any future changes (which is very possible if not inevitable).

This would mean this information is not just curated by me, but by the community as a whole. This would also mean the information presented could be pulled from that github repo and used in other various places on the internet. And being in JSON it could be really easy to pull from and code alternate styles of timelines from.

I am somewhat new to this process but it is what many individuals in the community recommend. And to publish it in this manner for its use on a “History” page on would be easier for the website maintainer, as it would just pull data from the Counterparty Doc’s.

Either way, I plan to eventually organize this all into my own repo so anybody can pull the information gathered here.

For the record, this is still a draft and many topics and assets that are notable are in the process of being found, written about or corrected.


Wow, am I the first user to find out there is a character limit to Forum posts? Probably not.

Because of this limitation, I have to include the rest of the entries to this list below (sorry they are out of order for timestamping).

More Timeline Data

Date: Jul 29, 2014
Timeline Asset/Project: HOURCONSULT
Significance: This token seems to be one of the first tokens representing buying ‘time to speak to an individual’. As per the description, the token represented “1hr of Adam B Levines Consulting Time”, though it is unclear if this token is still redeemable for consulting time with Adam.
Related Links: HOURCONSULT Asset Information
Issuer: Adam B Levine

Date: Sep 28, 2021
Timeline Asset/Project: CCSATOSHI
Significance: This was the first token to use base64 specifically in the description of the asset to represent an image on the Counterparty Protocol. In “theory” this transaction could be considered the first ‘stamp’ on Counterparty, though the Stamps project that exists today has different requirements than what was done here. This transaction to publish the description (and base64 code) was also intermingled at the time with the multi-sig output on a dispense for some divisible units of SATOSHICARD. The art along with the token was designed in MS Paint and was originally intended for the Bitcorns project as a card submission. Cornholio mentioned, “It was a test transaction for CRYPTOCORNS, where I was creating 100 little cryptopunk style images within a card”. CRYPTOCORNS would eventually become a card in the Barnyard Club. The subsequent 99 images were also eventually minted using Ordinals, in which Cornholio mentioned trying to hit the ordinal number 69420, but ‘missed’.
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CCSATOSHI Asset Information
CRYPTOCORNS Asset Information
Issuer: Cornholio the Great

Date: Sep 17, 2016
Timeline Asset/Project: PEPECASH
Significance: Early on, in the first series of the Rare Pepe Directory, it was theorized to have a project centered currency to trade against all the cards from all the artists in the directory. Since many tokens were already being sold against XCP and since the Counterparty Decentralized Exchange supported ‘asset-for-asset’ trading pairs, PEPECASH became the currency of exchange for trading Rare Pepe’s in the community. It was also a card in the directory itself with minted art by Mike. PEPECASH was originally distributed to holders of RAREPEPE, GOXPEPE, AND SHITCOINCARD. A portion of PEPECASH was also donated to FoldingCoin miners. After some giveaways on Twitter and in the Rare Pepe Telegram chat, the rest was burned, which ended up being about 300 Million units. This card was also used to submit cards into the directory from that point on, though you were required to send it to a specific burn address to do so. These trading theories were done because this project predates the ‘destroy’ function as well as the ‘dispenser’ function. This asset also historically became one of the 12 cryptocurrencies officially approved of by the Japanese government in 2017. It is not uncommon for more recent projects to still use PEPECASH, for instance the Fake Rares ‘Commons’ section requires a ‘destruction’ of PEPECASH for submission.
Related Links: PEPECASH Asset Information
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Issuer: Mike

Date: May 19, 2022
Timeline Asset/Project: HODLPET
Significance: HODLPET is the first dynamic interactive pet hosted on the Bitcoin blockchain via Counterparty. The official website states to “think of HODLPET as an online Tamagotchi who is nurtured democratically by our community of HODLERs, or as a community-led choose-your-own adventure story.” HODLPET tokens are made available in batches of 50 via Counterparty Dispensers each time HODLPET reaches a new milestone. To see if any are currently for sale, check the Dispenser tab or the token Markets at
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HODLPET Asset Information
Issuer: 1H81H1De6mi8hu3nUTfJ2TunxHEgCga3iu

Date: Oct 17, 2018
Timeline Asset/Project: NPCS
Significance: This is possibly the first artistic collection on Counterparty that used the ‘subasset’ feature as a curated way to incorporate artist submissions. The main theme of the pieces incorporated the ‘Non Player Character’ meme, though each asset in the series also represented a real Twitter profile as well. For example the first subasset in the series, NPCS.npc4815162342 had a Twitter handle “@npc4815162342”. Though unfortunately, almost all profiles in this collection were censored from the Twitter platform.
Related Links: NPCS Asset Information
Issuer: Dan Anderson

Date: Mar 7, 2023
Timeline Asset/Project: A7337447728884561000
Significance: This is the first stamp in the Bitcoin Stamps project originally theorized by MikeinSpace and implemented by Kevin and Arwyn. It was inspired by the creation of Ordinals that it was possible to create “on-chain” art by leveraging Counterparty based on the bare-multisig quirk that bypasses OP_RETURN. This stamp in particular in considered quite simple and experimental compared to the art that would be developed in later stamps. Since the size of the image is limited to 24x24 pixels, most of the stamps are considered true ‘pixel’ art.
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Issuer: 1GotRejB6XsGgMsM79TvcypeanDJRJbMtg

Date: Aug 13, 2014
Timeline Asset/Project: LTBDISPLAY
Significance: This asset was used to reserve one week of display advertisements on the Let’s Talk Bitcoin website. It is a very early use of ‘token gated access’ for accessing features on the LTB website and may be one of the first assets for reserving advertisements related to a Counterparty token.
Related Links: LTBDISPLAY Asset Information
Home | Lets Talk Bitcoin

Date: Aug 11, 2014
Timeline Asset/Project: SPONSORLTB
Significance: SPONSORLTB was used for an advertising spot (sponsored segment) during a future show of the Let’s Talk Bitcoin Podcast which was the main podcast related to the Let’s Talk Bitcoin website. This is a very early use of ‘token gated access’ for reserving advertisements related to a Counterparty token, though this token seems to have been less used than LTBDISPLAY due to its blockchain data. The description simply stated: “ to redeem”.
Related Links: SPONSORLTB Asset Information
Home | Lets Talk Bitcoin

Date: Jul 7, 2014
Timeline Asset/Project: BEEP
Significance: Each unit of this unique Counterparty token, named BEEP, was made to be a token that could always be redeemed for a unique sound. This token was minted by Theo Goodman and the original directions to redeem your ‘unique sound’ was to send the BEEP to a specific address, in which you would receive an “echo”. In the original bitcoin talk forum post the directions gave an example transaction which contained a sample transaction for the echo effect to show interested users. The user was then to take the base64 included in that echo and play the file in a program that converted that specific information into a unique sound. This is a very interesting and early use of ‘token controlled access’ while also integrating a unique base64 code on-chain for the ‘echo’ of this BEEP token. It definitely was a unique chord struck in Counterparty asset history and one of the first to use base64 and musical integration on the Counterparty platform.
Related Links: BEEP asset backed by sound
BEEP Asset Information
Issuer: Theo Goodman

Date: Jun 9, 2018
Timeline Asset/Project: LATOMOH
Significance: The AtOMo project was an interesting integration of Counterparty tokens and scientific information, specifically in the circumstance being the periodic table of elements. LATOMOH was the first of the elements minted in this collection in which the AtOMo project included the 118 elements of the periodic table. Each individual element was ‘blockchainized’ for half of their atomic numbers on the Bitcoin blockchain (for their total issuance) as Counterparty tokens. The LATOMOH token itself is for the element: hydrogen.
Related Links: LATOMOH Asset Information
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Issuer: 1GthHWThv44QrrXRySeqke5r3GhJT75qtm

Date: Dec, 2013
Timeline Project: Monaparty
Significance: Monaparty was launched on top of Monacoin, which was considered Japan’s first cryptocurrency. It is modeled from the Counterparty protocol and is similar to 2014 Dogecoin token asset platform Dogeparty. Monacoin is a Proof-of-Work Blockchain that operates off of the Lyra2RE(v2) algorithm with a 1.5 Minute Block Time and a reward of 12.5 MONA. This platform is considered historical in the Counterparty Community as it was one of the first to use Counterparty’s open source code to create an entirely separate platform. This platform allows the Monaparty community to issue unique tokens inclusive of Art, Music, Trading Cards, Community Tokens, Unlock Tokens, and much more.
Related Links:
Monaparty Project · GitHub
GitHub - monacoinproject/monacoin

Date: Feb 14, 2017
Timeline Project/Asset: BADHAIRDAY
Significance: On December 2nd, 2016, a user made an invalid counterparty transaction of HAIRPEPE and because of an unforeseen bug in the code, this transaction caused counterparty nodes to crash. Aya, the artist of HAIRPEPE stated, “As people began to troubleshot what was wrong, it became known that HAIRPEPE was the cause of it, and the absurdity of it made it sort of a meme”. Bitcointalk forum poster ‘xnova’ stated in this post that the more technical explanation of this issue was: “the parameters chosen for a HAIRPEPE order hit up on an obscure bug where the calculated integer value chosen for the order quantity was higher than the max integer value for sqllite, but equal to the max int value used in the python validation code (they differed by 1). Thus, the value was not further limited in the sanity check code, and when the daemon was attempting to store the record in sqllite it caused an exception.” The user, novax, went on to say that because of this mishap “we now handle this situation in a way that should avoid this kind of issue in the future anywhere in the code.” The asset that references this day was minted by Joe Looney and is named: BADHAIRDAY. This artwork, which resembles a HAIRPEPE as a ‘cog in the XCP machine’ is also an official card in the Rare Pepe Directory.
Related Links: BADHAIRDAY Asset Information
[PEPECASH] 🐸 Pepecash / RarePepe 🦄 Spepeculation Topic
Issuer: Joe Looney

Date: Mar 16, 2015
Timeline Asset/Project: SCARAB
Significance: According to the official website: “SCARAB is a mass multi-user persona linked to a decentralized artist collective through a cryptocurrency token. In order for the process to work members must hold a Scarab Token in a linked account so that they can vote. SCARAB creates a work of art through an algorithmic imaging method process for every 1,000 artworks submitted. Using this process each artwork is integrated with the artwork submitted before it and every thousandth submission ends the cycle by sending the image out for fabrication producing a single artwork of SCARAB.” This process was originally intended to produce a quantity of 50 unique, community made works of art. Those 50 tokens are represented by the SCARABART token. This project, like other Counterparty projects was originally published on the Bitcointalk forums.
Related Links: SCARAB Asset Information
Scarab Tokens - The Scarab Experiment
SCARABART Asset Information
[ANN] The Scarab Experiment (Official)
Issuer: 1KRq1LvA1HHd3uuqStwAPV2MqJNfPRiNv9

Date: Jun 6, 2022
Timeline Asset/Project: BASSMINT
Significance: Bassmint is a crypto music directory on Counterparty that invites musical artists to “create tokens and NFTs. Draw your audience with your music, get paid in BTC [and] start earning royalties today.” The Bassmint collection was created to “to disrupt the music industry to give ownership and power back to the artist by removing the greedy business middle man companies.” Musicians can mint their music and have them curated on the Bassmint platform and get paid in Bitcoin directly by the fans buying their tracks. BASSMINT is the original token associated with the project.
Related Links: BASSMINT Asset Information
Issuer: 17hhaQLGEBNMBxruLYEA2aeW473n8YNEZ5

Date: Mar 6, 2021
Timeline Asset/Project: SATOSHINFT
Significance: This is the first time on the Counterparty Protocol that a named asset was locked at 0.00000001 tokens total. This is the smallest unit possible that a divisible asset can theoretically be on Counterparty. Since it is also the same decimal place as the smallest unit Bitcoin can be (called a ‘satoshi’), it was named SATOSHINFT because it is truly the most ‘Non-Fungible’ a divisible asset can be. The description includes a reference to an artwork of Satoshi Nakamoto holding a bitcoin and the description read “First single satoshi NFT”.
Related Links: SATOSHINFT Asset Information
Issuer: 1KZHG6aUQEHkGn3ArXSf5RTp56SsjfL6Wy

Date: Mar 6, 2021
Timeline Asset/Project: BITCORN.GLASSES
Significance: In the past, the only way to truly “destroy” a Counterparty asset’s supply was to send it to a valid bitcoin burn address. After the token ‘destroy’ function was added to the Counterparty protocol, BITCORN.GLASSES was the first token destruction done historically. A total of 470 tokens were destroyed with tag Supply Capped. At this time of writing, only 30 tokens remain of the BITCORN.GLASSES subasset.
Related Links: BITCORN.GLASSES Asset Information
Issuer: 19QWXpMXeLkoEKEJv2xo9rn8wkPCyxACSX

Date: Sep 23, 2021
Timeline Asset/Project: FAKEASF
Significance: This is the official token to enter a submission into the Fake Rares project. The requirements for this project is to burn a single FAKEASF card after you have successfully been accepted into the directory. The Fake Rares project was started to continue on the legacy of the Rare Pepe Project and invite new artists to engage in a similar curating process as was done with Rare Pepes. This project was originally started by Scrilla, artist of DJPEPE. It has since become a thriving ecosystem of artists, collectors and enthusiasts who are interested in bitcoin-native NFTs and have a deep appreciation for this homage to Rare Pepe. Since its inception the project has also opened a ‘Fake Rare Commons’ collection that requires the Rare Pepe asset PEPECASH to be burned for submission. This project also invites certain members who hold the FAKETORCH asset to bring in rejected assets that were once submitted to the original Rare Pepe Collection to be included in Series 0 of Fake Rares.
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FAKEASF Asset Information
Issuer: 165RSk13jh4hTaJCYj93GFS3c4nQdimRr9

Date: Oct 9, 2021
Timeline Asset/Project: KEKLUMINATI
Significance: This project, titled Dank Rares (or Dank Directory) is similar to the Fake Rares project but was started shortly after by another Rare Pepe artist by the name of Boost. The Dank Directory adopted a similar submission and curation process as Rare Pepe and Fake Rares, but used a central currency called DANKMEMECASH to be burned for each submission. The KEKLUMINATI card mentioned here is the first card in the entire directory and holds great significance to the project and its internal rules.
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KEKLUMINATI Asset Information
Issuer: 13QEMF9SgKU9aC4TBhKvbZQbjHaRenUXMs

Date: Dec 31, 2021
Timeline Asset/Project: PHOCKHEADS
Significance: PHOCKHEADS Series 0 started as a Bitcoin parody of Namecoin’s BLOCKHEADS. The interesting thing about the project is that PHOCKHEADS began regularly utilizing Counteparty’s dividends feature to distribute subassets to holders of the grail card which is the PHOCKHEADS token. With Series 2, PHOCKHEADS evolved to be community-run, composed of multiple grail cards by top Counterparty artists.
Related Links: About | PHOCKHEADS
PHOCKHEADS Asset Information
Issuer: 1GotRejB6XsGgMsM79TvcypeanDJRJbMtg

Date: Mar 27, 2018
Timeline Asset/Project: CANTSMOKEBTC
Significance: The asset named CANTSMOKEBTC is considered the first “proof of share” token on Counterparty. Scrilla made 1000 total of CANTSMOKEBTC and anyone who shared the song or video of CANT SMOKE A BITCOIN on Twitter or Instagram, Scrilla sent them a CANTSMOKEBTC as proof that they participated. He ended up burning 900+, which was the unused remainder, but about 60 people participated at the time. His theory was that this token was a proof of concept that people would participate in an artists success (social media promotion) and get rewarded a time stamped proof that they did in fact do so. Scrilla mentioned, “I ran an ad campaign on Twitter for $50 at same time to compare how the two different strategies would work - I ended up getting a significant amount more of traction from the token share and it cost almost 10x less… with the exception of paying $5 or so to send out the 60ish tokens.” It gained enough traction that Art Rozenbaum, a writer for bitsonline, wrote an article about it. It was also instructed to the users to use the hashtag #CANTSMOKEBTC which is still very visible and searchable on twitter to this day. This song was also one of the first to be promoted on all the possible blockchain solutions, which at the time included: Ujo, Counterparty, Bitcorns, SuperRare and ERC-888.
Related Links: CANTSMOKEBTC Asset Information
Artist DJ J $crilla Is Using Tokens to Promote a Music Video
Issuer: Scrilla

Date: Apr 6, 2018
Timeline Asset/Project: MAFIACASH
Significance: Mafia Wars is a decentralized blockchain based mafia themed idle game of accumulation which utilizes the Counterparty platform. The only objective of the game is to accumulate the MAFIACASH reward token. MAFIACASH is distributed each month to players proportional to their share of total Mafia Wars family tokens and their families in-game performance.
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MAFIACASH Asset Information
Issuer: 1MafiamRRxzhUH5errEEJK2G4Q1ZjXoEgE

Date: Mar 23, 2020
Timeline Asset/Project: A11136359864833872787
Significance: This numeric asset was a token Scrilla gave away to people who pre ordered the album: Sound Money. As with GORILLAFLUE this was integrated into the album’s bandcamp page. Only two users total claimed this token within the pre-order window from the redeemable token key. Scrilla also held on to two units of this token and saved one for the artist ankhlejohn who was featured on the single cover art. The cover art was also minted to the description using the JSON format at the time of issuance. Scrilla mentioned he was “was trying to get people a free ‘proof of early support’ token that showed they were early in supporting the album.”
Related Links: Sound Money | Rare Scrilla
A11136359864833872787 Asset Information
Issuer: Scrilla

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Thank you… Thats kek

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This timeline has now been moved to a Github Repo here:

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