Request for 3D scan of Satoshi Nakamoto Statue in Hungary
Hello. I would like to 3D print a bust of Satoshi Nakamoto. I don't want to use the existing models that can be found online, because the old Japanese guy from the meme isn't Satoshi Nakamoto. I like the design of the statue in Hungary, but I'm in America. There is an iOS/Android app called Polycam that can be used to acquire 3D models of a subject by stitching together lots of photographs. If somebody in Hungary could do this, I think a lot of Bitcoiners would appreciate it! Unfortunately, the app requires that the subject be as non-reflective as possible, and the statue in Hungary is intentionally very reflective. Therefore, if anybody did acquire a 3D scan of the statue, they would probably first have to coat it in some material that is non-reflective and is also easily removable when the scan is completed. I know this request is kind of a long shot, but I just thought I'd throw the idea out there in case somebody likes the idea and is motivated enough to do it.
Lightning slowly reached 5k BTC locked !!! Amount locked growth is inversely correlated with BTC price (-71.25%) ?!?! Addresses that HODl more than 1K USD worth of bitcoin in the past year on the decline (77.18% price correlation).
Total BTC amount locked by the existing channels on the Lightning Network.
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