• From the White House to Amsterdam: Bitcoin graffiti has appeared around the world.

    The White House has just been started. In a lively game designed to raise bitcoin awareness, players can actually dirty the White House graffiti.

    Satoshi’s World allows players to add text anywhere in the world by posting messages and images of their choice.

    Messages "Buy Bitcoin" in the game began to appear after the game was launched on Saturday by the developer. The game set was created to stimulate the adoption of Bitcoin in the community, demonstrating Lightning Network, a Level 2 solution designed to make this cryptocurrency viable for everyday payments.

    Another Bitcoin fan at Satoshi’s World noted the Royal Bank of Canada.

    “Bitcoin uses too much electricity, they say ...”

    The Next Web (TNW), based in the Netherlands, sprayed Amsterdam Central Station:

    "Long bitcoins, short bankers"

    The virtual uprising spread to New Zealand and South America, where a player in Guayaquil, Ecuador, entered the game with The Next Web (TNW), spraying a catchy phrase on Banco Pichincha, the country's largest private bank.

    Satoshi’s World joins another crypto game. The Bitcoin Lightning Network torch spends rounds while cryptocurrency supporters pass a small amount of bitcoins through the Lightning network to show how easy it is to convert cryptocurrency.
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