Blockchain Camera

A photo taken with this camera will instantly become a NFT.
This camera aims to prove with blockchain that a photo was taken with a camera.

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In the near future, we will have to live in confusing world full of fake images and videos generated by AI. In that world, can photographers prove that their photos are real? Pressing the shutter button on this camera takes a picture and at the same time stores it to distributed file system. Then touch the Confirm of the crypto wallet displayed on the touch screen. A NFT linked to the photo stored in the distributed file system will be minted on the blockchain. Anyone can see on the blockchain that the stored photo is linked to the camera's cryptocurrency wallet address via an NFT.

Research on how to distinguish between images generated by AI is continuing. I also saw a news story about a company that provides AI image generation services will add digital watermarks to the images it generates. However, there seems to be no single breakthrough way to solve this social issue at present. If so, there should be a combination of various solutions. Therefore, the blockchain camera also be one of the solutions. However, the blockchain camera still have many challenges. So I open source it. Proving that a photo was taken with a camera seems simple but difficult. So everyone will enjoy solving it. It would be even better if it could be solved without using blockchain.


This project used blockchain to solve social issues. It does not endorse investment in cryptocurrencies. The build instructions do not explain how to use crypto wallets or how to buy cryptocurrencies. People who make the blockchain camera should at least be familiar with handling them. This is something that conventional wisdom does not apply to. For example, to use the blockchain camera, you first need to transfer a small amount of cryptocurrency to its crypto wallet. If you send cryptocurrency from a crypto wallet that contains your deposits, its deposit and transaction history will be known. Also, if you transfer your cryptocurrency incorrectly and lose it, no one can help you. Therefore, the blockchain camera are not yet something that everyone can easily use. The ideal is for anyone to be able to use it without thinking about blockchain or cryptocurrencies.

Process of minting a NFT

  1. Pressing the shutter button sends a signal to the GPIO.
  2. A photo is taken with the camera module.
  3. A metadata is created from the image file. Meta data includes a image file name and attributes.
  4. The image file and metadata are stored in IPFS via Wi-Fi. IPFS is one of the distributed file systems.
  5. IPFS generates a content identifier (CID) from stored data. 
  6. The CID is sent from IPFS to the blockchain camera.
  7. The crypto wallet is displayed on the touch screen, so touch "Confirm".
  8. The CID is sent from the blockchain camera to the DApp (Decentralized Application) on the blockchain.
  9. The DApp mints a NFT that has the CID as data.

A non-fungible token (NFT) is a unique digital identifier that is recorded on a blockchain, and is used to certify ownership and authenticity. The fact that the NFT was minted from the blockchain camera's crypto wallet is recorded on the blockchain with a timestamp. That NFT is linked to data stored in IPFS via CID. The blockchain camera use these as proof that the photo was taken with the camera.

The reason why image files are not stored directly on blockchain is that blockchain is not suitable for storing large-sized data. However, data stored in a distributed file system is difficult to tamper with, similar to blockchain.

How to view NFTS

Blockchain Explorer

Note: Blockchain Explorer sometimes stops.

Owner Address is crypto wallet address of my blockchain camera. Even if I change the owner by sending this NFT to another address, the record of the original owner's address will not be erased.

NFT Marketplace

How to photograph a NFT

  1. Press the shutter button.
  2. Touch Confirm on the crypto wallet displayed on the touch screen.


There are many unresolved challenges. Here are some of the big challenges as examples.

  • You can copy your blockchain camera's crypto wallet to the PC and mint fake photo NFTs from the PC. Is it a solution to develop a crypto wallet that cannot be copied? You can also do the same thing by remotely accessing the blockchain camera Raspberry Pi without having to copy your wallet to your PC. Is there any hardware that cannot be hacked?
  • Anyone can confirm on the blockchain...
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  • Raspberry Pi 5

    Human Controller09/29/2023 at 23:57 0 comments

    Is this the power button? I want to use it in blockchain camera soon.

  • Shape of the shutter button

    Human Controller09/20/2023 at 14:32 0 comments

    The blockchain camera's shutter button is shaped like the mint now button on the NFT minting website. 

  • September 13, 2023 Object recognition

    Human Controller09/13/2023 at 06:50 0 comments

    This is what I have done in the past with the blockchain camera and has nothing to do with solving social issues. It recognizes the objects in the photo and adds those as attributes to the NFT's metadata. Attribute is an important element in PFP NFT collections. The rarity of the NFT is determined by the rarity of its attributes, and people enjoy it. I considered whether this could be done with photos. However, the following issues have not been resolved.

    • Classify the photographed objects. For example, living things and buildings.
    • Attribute combinations must not be duplicated within an NFT collection.
    • I need to create a machine learning model. I've used multiple object recognition services, but I haven't found a model that I like.

  • September 13, 2023

    Human Controller09/13/2023 at 01:22 0 comments

    The NFT that Blockchain camera photographs is Real

  • September 12, 2023

    Human Controller09/12/2023 at 13:48 0 comments

    I was able to open source the blockchain camera through HACKADAY PRIZE. Thank you to everyone who liked, followed, and viewed my project!

  • Changed the name from NFT Camera to Blockchain Camera

    Human Controller09/08/2023 at 09:01 0 comments

    September 09, 2023

    I changed the name from NFT Camera to Blockchain Camera.

  • September 06, 2023 Modification Report

    Human Controller09/06/2023 at 04:15 0 comments

    I modified the base of the Raspberry Pi Case to make it easier to work with.

    Old : RPi_Case_Base_v12.stl

    New : RPi_Case_Base_v13.stl

  • September 4, 2023 Test report

    Human Controller09/04/2023 at 13:54 0 comments

    I took 1000 NFTs with the Blockchain camera between August 2nd and September 2nd. The gas fee paid for it was 0.617 ASTR ($0.0329). I would like to test other blockchains such as Ethereum. The gas cost and time required to mint an NFT will vary depending on the blockchain.

  • September 2, 2023 Bug report

    Human Controller09/03/2023 at 04:02 0 comments

    When minting Not Generated #999, the screen display did not change from Minting... to Not Generated #999. But minting was successful.

  • August 23, 2023 Modification Report

    Human Controller08/30/2023 at 14:16 0 comments

    Modified the description in metadata for Not Generated NFT collection.

    Modified file : $HOME/erc721-minting-boilerplate/src/components/ERC721Camera.jsx

    Description of Not Generated #747 and earlier.

    This is an photo taken with a camera whose shutter button is the Mint now button.

    Description after Not Generated #748.

    This is a photo taken with a camera whose shutter button is the Mint now button.

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  • 1

    Be very careful that NFT images are public and cannot be deleted!

    Put masking tape on the lens of the camera module until the blockchain camera is completed. Even after the blockchain camera is completed, put masking tape on the lens when not in use.

    Strictly speaking, data stored in IPFS may be deleted if left alone. However, the person who stored it cannot actively delete it.

  • 2
    Installing the App & Deploying the DApp


    • PC
    • MicroSD Card Reader
    • Wi-Fi
    • USB Type-C - AC Power Supply


    • Raspberry Pi 4 Model B 2GB
    • SanDisk microSD 32GB Extreme Pro U3 V30 A1
    • OSOYOO Raspberry Pi Touch Screen 3.5"
    • Raspberry Pi Camera V2 
    • Adafruit Flat Flex Cables for Raspberry Pi Camera - 200mm (You can use a flat flex cable that came with the Raspberry Pi  Camera V2. However, when it is connected to the Raspberry Pi along with a touch screen, the wires tend to break.)

    Install the Blockchain camera App on your Raspberry Pi. Deploy the NFT minting DApp (Decentralized application) on the blockchain. Refer the blockchain camera GitHub repository for those instructions.


  • 3
    Printing the parts with a 3D printer


    • 3D Printer


    • 3D Printer ABS Filament


    • RPi_Case_Top_v11.stl
    • RPi_Case_Side_v12.stl
    • RPi_Case_Base_v13.stl
    • Power_Bank_Holder_Top_v11.stl
    • Power_Bank_Holder_Side_v11.stl
    • Power_Bank_Holder_Base_v13.stl
    • Shutter_Button_Plate_v11.stl
    • Shutter_Button_Side_v11.stl
    • Shutter_Button_Base_V11.stl
    • USB_Connector_Top_v11.stl
    • USB_Connector_Bottom_v11.stl

    Print all STL files. 

    For reference, the 3D printer I used is the Afinia H480. The print settings for each STL file are as follows. I only set the Z Resolution to 0.15mm for the parts I want to print accurately.

    Z Resolution : 0.15mm, Fill : #1 (Solid), Quality : Normal

    • RPi Case Top
    • Shutter Button Plate
    • Shutter Button Side
    • USB Connector Top
    • USB Connector Bottom

    Z Resolution : 0.25mm, Fill : #1 (Solid), Quality : Normal

    • RPi Case Side
    • RPi Case Base
    • Power Bank Holder Top
    • Power Bank Holder Side
    • Shutter Button Base

    Z Resolution : 0.25mm, Fill : #4 (Big hole), Quality : Normal

    • Power Bank Holder Base

    You can modify the original 3D-CAD file with the Rinoceros 7.

    • Blockchain_Camera_v13.3dm

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Parth Patel wrote 09/25/2023 at 06:36 point

we are also trying to build real-time NFT generator where the user has to click the photo from a mobile phone and the photo will be converted into an NFT with metadata like Mobile information, camera details, and Location (latitude and longitude).
We are going to build on layer2 blockchain as its has faster speed and lower Txn cost so user can mint 100 photos under $10.

Objective:- only Photos clicked through the camera will be converted into NFTs. Nobody can upload any image and convert it into an NFT.

Example:-  say on 31 Dec you clicked one photo of the Times Square [New York] ball drop event so in order to convert it into an NFT

you have to click the photo through our app or website so then only we can check the authenticity of that clicked photo

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Human Controller wrote 09/27/2023 at 06:50 point

Your project is interesting. Using the phone is the right way to lower development costs and have more people use your product. I made hardware because I can't resist the urge to make hardware. Another reason I made the hardware was because I wanted to see professional photographers take photos with the NFT board. That would be strange and make me laugh.

The camera that photographs NFTs can be said to be a new camera that has elements of an instant camera and a live camera. It's like an instant camera because you can't edit the photos you take with it. And since the photos are published at the same time as they are taken, it is like a live camera. Moreover, they can be sold immediately. It could be a new category of NFT collections.

There are some things you need to be careful about with that camera. Your location will be made public when you are photographed. Once the photos have been taken, they cannot be deleted. However, people today use SNS on a daily basis and are aware of these things, so these may not be a problem.

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Parth Patel wrote 09/29/2023 at 06:24 point

I have an idea for wildlife photographers, or any other photographers. We can utilize the SDK of Sony, Canon, GoPro, or any camera. When a photographer clicks the shutter button, we can pass the raw photograph and all the metadata (camera details, photographer details) to IPFS and convert it into a real NFT. Maybe Sony can create an NFT marketplace where all the clicked photos will be available, making it an easy way to transfer real ownership of the clicked photos.

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Human Controller wrote 09/30/2023 at 08:26 point

A Raspberry Pi is not enough to prove that a photo was taken with a camera. So I thought that camera manufacturers needed to develop it, but I didn't know that a camera software SDK was available. That's a good idea.

Even better if it's not a centralized system that relies on the camera manufacturers.

Photographers always edit their photos before publishing them. So how about artists photographing the process of creating their own works and their daily lives and selling them? It might help them.

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Human Controller wrote 09/30/2023 at 23:29 point

My first step is for someone to make a blockchain camera. Would you like to make it?

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Parth Patel wrote 10/02/2023 at 05:09 point

let's have a call to discuss more as I am not actively available on hackaday.
so let's connect email:  

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Parth Patel wrote 10/02/2023 at 07:30 point

I was trying to create a camera that could mint NFTs by simply pressing the shutter.

However, I couldn't do that because I only have a way to mint NFTs using Metamask.

But now I think that's fine. This is because it would cause problems if all the photos taken were turned into NFTs without checking.

I plan not to store the image file in the next step. Only the hash of the image is stored on IPFS or blockchain.

In that case, confirmation will not be necessary.


- If we build entire product on Ethereum Layer2 (which provide same security as Ethereum) then we will get Faster Transcation Speed and Lower Gas Fees [$0.01- $0.09]

-If Gas fees are low then even if photographer takes photos by mistake then it will not cost big amount

-We can give option in the product setting
[Option1:- mint without confirmation
Option2: mint with confirmation ]

- Show Sing message Confirmation on Camera screen is "subject to feasibility study"

-We can store Raw photo into IPFS and CID (which is NFT metadata hash) will be store in blockchain

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Human Controller wrote 10/02/2023 at 08:10 point

The thing that I think could cause problems is that the photo will be published and cannot be permanently deleted.
So to mint an NFT, confirmation is required after pressing the shutter button.
It's the same thing as everyone checking carefully before posting a photo on SNS.

It's a good thing that gas fees are low. It cost me $0.0329 when I shot 1000 NFTs. Users will not need to purchase additional cryptocurrencies by sending enough cryptocurrencies to the camera's crypto wallet and then selling them.

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Parth Patel wrote 10/02/2023 at 08:31 point

$0.0329 for 1000 NFTs?

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Human Controller wrote 10/02/2023 at 09:35 point

You can view the transactions in Blockchain Explorer.

See How to view NFTS.

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Parth Patel wrote 10/02/2023 at 10:12 point

yes photographers can track all the activity of their wallet address associated with camera

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Human Controller wrote 10/02/2023 at 10:24 point

I thought you would like to know the GAS fee for my blockchain camera. I sent 1ASTR to that crypto wallet when I created the blockchain camera. The current price of 1ASTR is $0.05. My camera still has 0.36 ASTR left. Choosing a chain will be important if you are creating an NFT collection and selling it. However, if you just want to prove that the photo was taken with a camera, it's better to pay less for gas.

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Parth Patel wrote 10/02/2023 at 11:16 point

Oh my bad I can't see the URL of your transactions but I just saw it on mail.
Yes that's great you spent $0.0329 to mint 1000 NFTs.

yes I agree with your point but for some big photographers they don't want compromise Blockchain security so we can choose best network I see astar is popular in Japan.

would you like to go with Astar or you would like to explore more  ZkRollups based Layer2 like Loopring

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Human Controller wrote 10/02/2023 at 12:00 point

I chose Astar because I had a chance to see it. I do not particularly recommend Astar as I have not compared it to other blockchains. Astar is a parachain of Polkadot, so security seems to be guaranteed by Polkadot. Although Astar is a Subsrate, it also supports EVM. And last month Astar announced L2. Although I still don't quite understand it. I have no complaints about Astar so far. Of course if you present a better blockchain I would like to know about it.

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Parth Patel wrote 10/02/2023 at 13:39 point

I personally developed products on Ethereum ecosystem as its largest biggest in web3 and it has potential for sure. I understand that for scaling and speed Solana and polkadot is great but for long run lots of new Layer2 coming and now days Layer3 is also cooking to scale Ethereum.
and for web2 users popularity of Ethereum is also great.

we can go with ZkRollup based layer2 as it has low computation so it will best  solution  to scale ethereum

We recently launch our product on Loopring Layer2 which is Zkrollup based scaling solution.

So for me its more than 1 year to build products on Loopring I can utilise my expertise.

Loopring is really scalable and due to rollup based mechanism Minting fees for 1 NFT is around $0.01 - $0.09 and its provides full self custody of your asset
and Ethereum level security.

Another reason to build on Loopring is we can easily Transfer asset on Ethereum Layer1.
For example:- If photographers wants to list his NFT on Opensea then he can easily transfer from L2 to L1 and list it for sale.

Photographers will get  access to a bigger market with Ethereum ecosystem as
Ethereum is used by around 95% of the NFT ecosystem, thus it's no surprise that OpenSea, Rarible, Nifty Gateway, and other .

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Human Controller wrote 10/02/2023 at 14:32 point

It looks like you were able to build a system that allows you to buy and sell NFTs comfortably. 

At the moment, I'm more focused on blockchain cameras solving social issues than buying and selling NFTs. I like it because it's the original use of blockchain. Another good point is that even if the price of cryptocurrency falls, the value of the blockchain camera will not change. Is there anything you want me to do? If there is something we can do together, let's do it.

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Parth Patel wrote 10/02/2023 at 15:15 point

well its not like that I am just sharing pros and cons but I see your point main objective is social issue rather focusing on NFT part.

so we can go with existing blockchain you used Astar network. we can also using Loopring Layer2 but Astar having lower Gas fees as compare to ethereum's layer2

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Human Controller wrote 10/03/2023 at 09:19 point

The main purpose of this camera when I built it in March of this year was to photograph NFTs. Photo NFTs already exist, so it's not a big deal to come up with an NFT camera from them. But it probably doesn't exist yet so I wanted to create one. I thought that with this, photographers and artists might be able to create works that have never been seen before. I was interested in what kind of photos they would take if they were to be made public the moment they were taken and then stored semi-permanently.

Originally, I didn't really understand the value of blockchain, but by making this camera I understood it a little more. So I decided to use it to solve social issues. AI-generated images are a threat to photographers and artists. I think it would help them to prove that the photo was taken with a camera.

By the way, do you have any intention of making a blockchain camera? Open source hardware doesn't start unless someone making it first. If you make one I would consider making software for the L2 blockchain you use.

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Parth Patel wrote 10/03/2023 at 11:03 point

I wanted to know more things

1. Do you want to Create Raw photos as NFT ?

NOTE:- Raw photos  means photos without any filters and directly converted when user click the photo.

2. Are you planning to build hardware because from the overall discussion I found we require one software which can connect with any Camera for example lets sony alpha 7s and photographer just need to sync his camera details with his crypto wallet  and now he is good to go for converting all his photos into the NFTs directly from his Camera.

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Human Controller wrote 10/03/2023 at 12:11 point

> 1. Do you want to Create Raw photos as NFT ?NOTE:- Raw photos  means photos without any filters and directly converted when user click the photo.

If the photographers want it, I want it.

>2. Are you planning to build hardware because from the overall discussion I found we require one software which can connect with any Camera for example lets sony alpha 7s and photographer just need to sync his camera details with his crypto wallet  and now he is good to go for converting all his photos into the NFTs directly from his Camera.

I have no plans to build the hardware myself. My role is first to popularize blockchain cameras as open source hardware. If we all think together, we will find better ways to solve social issues.

What I'm trying to do now is create the next blockchain camera. There will be an exhibition in Tokyo in November, so I would like to exhibit it there.

Another thing is to have a professional photographer use the blockchain camera. For that reason, I am currently creating my own NFT collection as an example.

Ultimately, I would like to take 10,000 photos for testing purposes.

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Parth Patel wrote 10/03/2023 at 12:27 point

in your next blockchain camera what if we build software which can just connect with any sony camera and you can show an example by clicking shutter button ?

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Human Controller wrote 10/03/2023 at 12:36 point

I am satisfied with the current blockchain camera as a camera for taking NFTs. I will be making the Next Ideas camera shown in Project Details. It's not an NFT with an image file so that may not be what you want.

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Human Controller wrote 10/03/2023 at 15:54 point

Ask photographers or artists whether they would like to use a Sony α7 or an NFT board. The NFT board is easy to hold with N and T.

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Parth Patel wrote 10/04/2023 at 03:18 point

I did my research on this kind of software and I found for photographers who has expensive cameras they will never purchase new camera to just make it as blockchain camera. Its like we are telling users to use new smart phone but there is better solutions we can introduce software so without replacing their primary camera they can convert it as blockchain camera .

To be honest For me If I’m using song A7 and if someone suggest to just sync my camera to be part of blockchain camera then i will do it. In contrast, if someone say to purchase NFT CAMERA then I personally don’t purchase 

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Parth Patel wrote 10/04/2023 at 03:23 point

in this point my thoughts are different may be we need to listen from photographers.

Few months ago I talked to famous wildlife photographer in India He believe that 99.99% photographers are not working for money so this NFT part is not useful for them as they are following their passion.

And even if someone wants to prove that this photo is clicked through my camera then jurisdiction only consider RAW photograph so whoever is holding Raw photograph that will consider a legal owner of that photo.

But yes I can also understand that may be next 5 years AI become more robust and able to generate 100% same photo as RAW photographer then its hard for photographers to prove their ownership 

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Human Controller wrote 10/03/2023 at 23:04 point

How is DUTCH0x different from existing services?

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Parth Patel wrote 10/04/2023 at 03:14 point

DUTCH0x is new innovation on web3 world as such there is no existing services so we are can say that all the features in DUTCH0x are unique and it gives value to both NFT CREATORS AND COLLECTORS

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Human Controller wrote 10/04/2023 at 04:01 point

The RAW data idea is great. If you don't have to use blockchain, that's the best. And I agree that α7 is the best choice.

I just want to see something I've never seen before. If there was a professional photographer using an NFT board, he would be the only one in the world and it would make me laugh.

I hope your project will be better as there don't seem to be many NFT projects that are going to provide value to users.

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Parth Patel wrote 10/04/2023 at 05:25 point

yes the NFT market is not good anymore but I am tech guy I don't focus on jpegs as I am focusing more on tech behind NFT.
Mainstream media says 95% of NFTs are worth less and I can agree with that but we are building valuable for enduser who is going to purchase or create an NFT so they should be able to know what is going on behind any NFT project before investing. Same for Creators we have tool so they can provide utility in their NFT project as in future only those NFT project is going survive which has real utility .

NFT != Jpegs.

people are missing the tech and benefits behind the NFT such as Royalties
It I give you the real example one Artist called Lucien smith who sold his art on auction at $10K and after 3 year his art resell at $400k and do you know what he receive on that resell was around $0.
so if he converted it as an NFT then he will get benefited on his secondary sell too.

My point is in any new tech in first few years you will get lots of negative news even in Stock when it was introduce for the first time after 1 year 95% stocks are worthless same thing happening in NFTs too so its early stage for Long run only those project is going survive which has really use case.

We are focusing on fundamental benefits of ERC1155/ERC721 [NFT] 
whatever news going on around the globe regarding 95% NFT worthless I happy that after this news people can understand the tech behind the NFT and easily filters scam project and really potentials.

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Parth Patel wrote 10/11/2023 at 08:17 point

let me know if I can help anything for your NFT board

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Human Controller wrote 10/04/2023 at 04:03 point

Currently, I am the only photographer using an NFT board and am creating an NFT collection.

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Parth Patel wrote 10/04/2023 at 05:12 point

yes I completely understand your vision.
to be honest building hardware for blockchain camera is not my peace of cake.
I can only help with software

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Human Controller wrote 10/11/2023 at 11:53 point

Thank you. First of all, I want someone other than me to use it. However, there are not many people who can make hardware. If there are any professional photographers or artists who would like to use it, I would consider renting it to them. Anyway I'm looking for someone who wants to use it.

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Parth Patel wrote 10/12/2023 at 07:03 point

got it. 

 I hope you will be find someone soon

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Melanchali wrote 08/29/2023 at 18:36 point

This is amazing. This is a project I've been wanting to do but procrastinated on. Beautiful execution and description.

I wanted to call it "Truth Camera" exactly for the reasons you mentioned. Amazing work.

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Kevin Santo Cappuccio wrote 08/29/2023 at 07:02 point

Okay, I've thought NFTs were dumb from day one, but this project has it's own brilliance. Like, if this is what an NFT was from the get-go, I would have at least given it more than 5 seconds before deciding NFTs were unilaterally a poorly-executed scam.

Anyway, I think this project is actually super cool despite its association with NFTs. And the form factor of it literally being the letters "NFT" really pushes it into the territory of genuinely solid art. 

Great work!

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Human Controller wrote 08/29/2023 at 08:34 point

Thanks for the first comment on my first post!

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Mike wrote 08/29/2023 at 21:39 point

I agree with everything said above. Well done!

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