In the desert of Chile launched a telescope to create NFT

Create NFT cards in outer space!

On Feb. 14, MerkleBot launched a remote-access standalone telescope in Chile’s Atacama Desert for imaging and NFT postcards. This was reported to ForkLog by representatives of the project.

Happy #ValentinesDay ❤️

Nothing is more #romantic than our #universe and we are happy that starting today the telescope in #Atacama Desert is minting NFTs of deep space every night (subject to weather) 🌌

Visit our website to buy your #space #NFT:https://t.co/oDEykQN8KJ pic.twitter.com/bZYLXbl4PE

— MerkleBot (@MerkleB0t) February 14, 2022

To work with the telescope, the user needs the polkadot.js plugin. Telescope is triggered by a transaction and issues NFTs on the RMRK Singular platform on the Kusama network. The settlement takes place in the STRGZN stablecoin. The cost of one picture is 25 STRGZN.

“The telescope allows you to observe deep space, and its placement in the desert makes it possible to get the best images without glare from the sky from cities,” MerkleBot representatives noted.

The telescope is open daily from 05:00 to 12:00 Moscow time.

“The availability of the telescope depends on the weather conditions in Chile at the time of your request. This limits the number of NFTs that can be physically released,” the developers added.

The Robonomics team takes part in the project. During 2022, they plan to launch a full-fledged application.

Recall that in January, the Singaporean company SpaceChain announced the successful launch into space of a payload integrated with the Velas blockchain node.

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