A Second Small Lumens Experiment

Greg Cerveny
1 min readFeb 7, 2018

When we drop money into tip jars and wishing wells they have long lasting visual effects. Rather than an ephemeral flash of a transaction, a collection slowly builds.

In this visualization, a Lumens address is entered and then that wallet is watched. As new payments (or tips) arrive, they appear scaled to their amount. The payments gravitate and orbit indefinitely. Unless the owner decides to restart or enter a new address, which would virtually empty the tip jar.

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