The Central Bank of Poland has acknowledged having financed anti-cryptocurrency campaigns on social networks, notably the Youtuber Polish Marcin Dubiel and his video dec. The social media campaign against crypto was carried out by the Central Bank of Poland in collaboration with the Polish partner network Youtube Gamellon, Google Ireland Limited, and Facebook Ireland Limited, which allocates about 91,000 zlotys (about $ 27,000) for the production anti-crypto content
Money.pl reports that the central bank's campaign has also posted videos on the Planeta Faktów (Planet of Facts) Youtube channel, which has more than 1.5 million videos. ; subscribers. Dubiel's Youtube channel has more than 900,000 subscribers
Dubiel's video makes no mention of the paid aspect of Youtuber's inspiration. Since December 8, 2017, Dubiel's digital story of a young man who invests all his money in crypto to lose everything has accumulated more than 500,000 views.
The description of the video contains the hashtag # uważajnakryptowaluty, which is the only one of its kind. Polish financial supervisory authority and the dramatic climax of the clip takes place in a restaurant when the main character can not pay the meal of his appointment with his new investment crypto, causing him While problems with online advertisements Cryptocurrency-related issues have emerged recently, with China supposedly banning all of these ads on social media in the country, anti-crypto ads are more unusual.
After officially recognizing both the trading and the exploitation of cryptocurrencies in February 2017, Poland seems to have stayed out of the cycle of cryptographic news. However, after Nicolas Maduro of Venezuela announced the launch of a national cryptocurrency, petro, Poland would be one of the foreign investors willing to trade food and drugs against the new petro.
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