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Hungary unveils the first statue of BitCoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto

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Bitcoiners in Hungary have unveiled the first statue in the world of Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto.

The bronze statue was unveiled to show appreciation to the creator of the world’s largest crypto currency by use.

“The goal of the statue is to honor Satoshi Nakamoto, the founders believe that his work is truly something to be remembered,” said the initiative’s website.

The statue was unveiled today in front of a huge crowd of people who were all anxious to see the new sculpture.

The statue is located in Budapest, Hungary Graphisoft Park was sculpted by Gergely Réka and Tamás Gilly

The sculpture was made with a reflecting face that mirrors the face of a every person who looks into it to capture the mantra of ‘We are all Satoshi’. An indication that whoever joins Bitcoin plays an important role as Satoshi himself.

Bit Coin was created in 2009 by unknown person or group of persons who used the name Satoshi Nakamoto. BitCoin has since then grown into a huge crypto currency with a Market Capitalization of $980Bn with a legal tender status in one country.

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