Introducing the Virtual Currency Girls

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Jan/13/2018

You know that cryptocurrencies are catching on when the industry gets its very own musical act.


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From Bitcoin.com:

Japan’s new female idol group “Virtual Currency Girls” performed their first live concert on Friday in Tokyo. Their songs incorporate reminders, advice, and warnings related to cryptocurrency trading. The girls receive their salaries in bitcoin and the show’s tickets and merchandise are also sold for the cryptocurrency.

Group members include....drum roll please... bitcoin cash (BCH), bitcoin (BTC), ether (ETH), monacoin (MONA), neo (NEO), nem (XEM), and ripple (XRP).

The group’s leader is actually believed to be one Naruse Rara, who represents bitcoin cash.

Performing in Tokyo, they kicked off their concert with the song “The Moon, Cryptocurrencies and Me”.

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“All merchandise sold at the venue is paid for in bitcoin, as are concert tickets and the members’ salaries,” Reuters noted.

“I may well give it a try as it can be a catalyst to make life more convenient and fun,” said Makoto Sato, a 42-year-old office worker who said the idol group had given him “a good introduction” to the world of cryptocurrencies.

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- Jagajeet Chiba, Gambling911.com

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