Huge 'Bitcoin Tram' advertising campaign and 20 billboards Flooding Hong Kong's financial district
A massive Bitcoin advertising campaign has been launched in the heart of Hong Kong's financial district, with three Bitcoin tram cars and 20 matching billboards. This is a community initiative coordinated by the Bitcoin Association of Hong Kong, an organization with more than 5,000 members.
The Bitcoin Tram campaign
The Hong Kong Bitcoin Association announced on Friday the initiation of a massive bitcoin awareness initiative called the Bitcoin Tram campaign. Various commercials are scheduled to run from September 11 to October 8. During that time, three mirrored bitcoin trams of different routes will run on the east and west routes on the Island. In Hong Kong, each car has a Bitcoin logo.
"The education campaign is an initiative from the Hong Kong Bitcoin community," explained the Hong Kong Bitcoin Association, emphasizing that "The campaign is sponsored by donations from the community." With the goal of promoting and promoting bitcoin and its technology in Hong Kong, the association has more than 5,000 members and has hosted more than 250 events. Its website details:
The Bitcoin Tram campaign aims to practically discuss Bitcoin's risks and value, especially in the context of ongoing economic and financial changes.
Electric car comes with 20 appropriately designed billboards. Billboards outside of Chater Garden will be displayed from September 11 to 24, and various billboards on Hong Kong Island will be displayed from September 11 to October 1.
Five different billboard messages for the community-sponsored Bitcoin Tram campaign, coordinated by the Hong Kong Bitcoin Association.
There are five different billboards. One person said: “Warning: Your Bitcoin is your responsibility. There will be no bailout or quantitative easing. You can verify the total bitcoin supply with your home computer on the blockchain ”. Another ad said: "More US dollars were printed in 2020 than what existed in 2009. There will only be 21 million bitcoins." The third message read: “Rare. Divisible. Transferable. Can be verified. Forging evidence. Bitcoin is better than gold ”.
The fourth ad quotes writer Stewart Brand, who said in 1987, “Once new technology comes to you, if you're not part of a steam stroller, you're already part of your baby. Street". Word five quotes FCC Commissioner T.A.M. Craven, who said in 1961, "It is practically unlikely that space satellites are being used to improve telephone, telegraph, TV and radio service."
The Bitcoin Tram advertising campaign reads "Be your own bank" and various billboards are placed in front of the HSBC building.
“We hope the campaign will give us an opportunity to discuss how bitcoin fits into the rapidly digitalized global economy, the opportunities and risks of dramatic technological advances and the effects of scarcity. Digital rarity, verifiable, ”details the Hong Kong Bitcoin Association.
Bitcoins are very excited about this bitcoin promotion. Martin Baumann, co-founder of CMCC Global, commented: “Love this initiative - perhaps the biggest bitcoin campaign to date, globally. Hong Kong's financial district today is completely covered in bitcoin with dashboards along all the bitcoin tram and bus stops circulating in Hong Kong's financial district. Twitter account Asia Hodl wrote: “Advertise bitcoin right in the heart of Hong Kong's office complex. And right in front of HSBC headquarters ”.
Switzerland also has a bitcoin electric car, as Bitcoin Suisse is quick to point out that "their electric car has been running through the streets of Zurich for almost a year".
Recently, a major Hong Kong newspaper, Apple Daily, advertised "Bitcoin will never abandon you" on its entire front page after its founder, Jimmy Lai, was arrested on charges. violate the new controversial national security law imposed by Beijing. . Other recent bitcoin advertising campaigns include those by Grayscale Investments and Galaxy Digital.
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