Meet "Swotto Piggy" an adorable duck piggy bank made from Lego and powered by LightningPiggy code. Built by SatsVault for his nephew's birthday, it was an educational experience for both, with SatsVault learning about Minecraft, and his nephew learning about bitcoin.
We love how the next generation of bitcoiners are stacking sats in style. How cool is it to say, "Pay my duckling bitcoin over lightning"?
Send SatsValut's nephew some sats directly via this link!
Shining a light on sound money: This Minecraft-inspired savings' lamp, a first of its kind, was ingeniously crafted by Silexperience and his son. The project was sparked by a curious question from his son, "Can bitcoin be in a piggy bank?" This led to the idea of integrating a LightningPiggy device inside a block shaped lamp.
We love how the LightningPiggy device can seamlessly integrated into any object and in this case it looks like an artefact of the bitcoin blockchain.
Meet MinePiggy-Bank! Designed by super talented 11-year old "Mixter the Boyster" who loves minecraft and 3d printing.
Meet Dutch Bacon, the first solar powered LightningPiggy!
Born in The Netherlands 🇳🇱 blockheight 743,652.
Made by Jurjen de Vries using a recycled cardboard box and the 2.66 inch LILYGO development board.
We love the simple and low time-preference recycled design.
Meet Danish Bacon. Born in Denmark 🇩🇰 blockheight 795300.
Made by adapting a softmoney plastic piggy bank.
We love the addition of those laser eyes.
Meet Genesis LightningPiggy. Born in Wales 🏴 on 24 November 2022.
Made from pink recycled cardboard.
We love its cute smile and curly tail.
Credit: Black Coffee
If you would like your LightningPiggy to feature on "In the Wild", please send an email to email@example.com including the piggy's name, a photo of the piggy, birth country, the bitcoin block height*, build materials and the builder's name/nym if they're happy to share it.
*Optional challenge: To find the 'birthday' of your piggy measured in bitcoin block time, you can use this cool TimeChainCalendar. Simply click the search icon, select 'search by date' and choose a suitable bitcoin block number. Or if you prefer, just share a regular birthdate :-D