Each crypto-currency tends to have their own logo and the only thing they were missing was a theme song. It appears that a Pop Idol group from Japan is cornering that market. Meet the Virtual Currency Girls (Kasotsuka Shojo) who dress in virtual currency logos and sing about crypto.
— The Japan Times (@japantimes) January 16, 2018
Each member of the group represents a different virtual currency, whose logo they wear. If you want to attend one of their concerts, you can only buy tickets with crypto-currency. The group members are paid in Bitcoin, but they are hoping to eventually each be paid in the currency they individually represent.
SoraNews24 reports that the group members are:
1. 18-year-old Rara Naruse, Bitcoin Cash (BCH)
2. 16-year-old Hinano Shirahama, Bitcoin (BTC)
3. Age-unreleased Ami Amo, Ethereum (ETH)
4. 22-year-old Suzuka Minami, NEO (NEO)
5. Age-unreleased Momo Aisu, MonaCoin (MONA)
6. 17-year-old Kanako Matsuzawa, Cardano (ADA)
7. 17-year-old Koharu Kamikawa, NEM (XEM)
8. 15-year-old Hinata Kozuki, Ripple (XRP)
An article from Forbes, Bitcoin With A Beat reported on their debut song entitled “The Moon And Virtual Currencies And Me” :
“Their debut song, “The Moon And Virtual Currencies And Me,” is a catchy tune but also a cautionary one. It warns the public to avoid fraudulent virtual currency operators, and lock down their cyber security. It’s also a meditation on making and losing huge sums of real money by investing in cryptocurrency.”
Watch the video of the debut song The Moon And Virtual Currencies And Me below, with English subtitles. What’s the Japanese word for Hodl?
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