Hungary plans to become the first country in the world to install a statue of Satoshi Nakamoto, as a life-size bronze statue of the creator of bitcoin will be displayed in Budapest. The bronze bust design is being produced by two sculptors, Tamas Gilly and Reka Gergli.
A reflective and hooded bronze statue of Satoshi Nakamoto to be installed in Budapesto
A statue of Satoshi Nakamoto is being built in Budapest, Hungary upon completion of the project. The creators of the bronze bust, Tamas Gilly and Reka Gergeli, have recently revealed design plan For the statue of the famous cryptocurrency inventor.
Of course, not knowing who the unnamed Nakamoto is is pretty hard to concoct an image of him, but that’s not stopping Gili and Gergli.
According to preliminary design sketches, Satoshi Nakamoto will be a hooded figure that references both the unknown “Internet people” and the mysterious creator of bitcoin. The cast and the person who came up with the idea believe that Nakamoto deserves a life-sized bust displayed for all to see.
The man who invoked the idea of the Satoshi statue, Andrus Györfe, told the press that Nakamoto’s true identity did not matter.
In fact, beneath the sculpted hoodie, Nakamoto’s face will be mirrored to reinforce the concept that “we are all Satoshi Nakamoto,” notes the creator.
Gyorfi says the mysterious cryptocurrency inventor has made the world a better place and deserves an idol.
György and sculptor Satoshi Murthy aren’t the first to come up with the idea, as an initiative to raise A memorial to Satoshi Nakamoto took place three years ago in Kiev. In the same year, the first monument dedicated to “Bitcoin and Blockchain” was construction In the Slovenian city of Kranz.
Simultaneously, Budapest already has a full-size statue of an unnamed character who is also in a cloaked-hoodie. As shown in the feature image of this article, there is a bronze statue of “Anonymous” at Vajdahunyad Castle in Budapest.
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