eToro has released a great promotional video where British actor Kristian Nairn, who played Hodor in the popular television series “Game of thrones”, says the word “HODL”.
In the cryptocurrency community there is the term “hodl” (often you can hear the definition of “hoglet”), which means to hold, to cherish cryptocurrency assets, waiting for when they will really rise in price. Early investors in Bitcoin, due to the fact that they haglili their digital coins BTC, could seriously rich.
eToro have shown a little creativity and convinced to star in his movie the actor who played Hodor in the famous TV series “Game of thrones”. In the story Christian Norm, talking with his producer about filming in advertising. Producer one after the other pushing him scenarios in which Norm needs to speak a line with the word “Hold” — as well as in the final for the Hodor scene:
The actor flatly refuses one more time to repeat this word on the screen and asks the producer to find him a different role.
Look what happened in the end:
In General, in our opinion, turned out great. It is noteworthy that in the video there is a definite promise to the cryptocurrency community. Around the public says that the “Bitcoin bubble”, “Bitcoin pyramid”, what he needed to get rid of, and only the courageous Hodor stands, holding the hamsters panicked and says such iconic word… HODL.
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Google intends to amend the rules for advertisers in October. In particular, the company intends to allow some cryptocurrency companies to advertise on its platform.
According to an official statement since October, Google will allow registered cryptocurrency exchanges and exchangers to advertise on its platform, however, advertisers have to be limited to audiences in the USA and Japan.
Advertisers must be certified in Google, to run ads in a specific country. In order to obtain the certificate, companies have to apply, after the entering into force new rules for advertisers in October.
Recall that in March, the company has banned the advertisement of cryptocurrency projects on its platform, Google Adwords.
Earlier in June, Facebook made a similar move by lifting the ban on ads for pre-approved cryptocurrency companies, while maintaining the ban on advertising of ICO projects.
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CoinMarketCap, a leading website for tracking the cryptocurrency market, has announced that they will accept the token Kind as a form of payment for advertising. At the moment, the website accepts: bitcoin [BTC], Ethereum [ETH] and Fiat money.
Since CoinMarketCap is made mostly through advertising, the company is constantly improving its advertising tools. Representatives of the company say they have found a lot of interesting blockchain projects that work in the advertising market.
To the extent that, as we continue to improve our strategy to engage our users by understanding their needs, we found a lot of interesting advertising blockchain projects. We are always exploring their pros and cons and actively observe their development.
CoinMarketCap has closely followed the project Kind of Ads, and believes that the goal of the network Kind to make the Internet a “good” place, consistent with their advertising strategy.
In contrast to existing advertising projects, the network offers the following Kind:
- Ads Kind are more relevant to users and use such channels as email and push notifications.
- Users can specify exactly what and how their data will be used, and for the provision of advanced data – they will be rewarded.
- Publishers can easily sell access to their subscribers.
- Advertisers can search for publishers based on the quality subscriber base.
CoinMarketCap believes that the project offers a win-win Kind of conditions for advertisers and users from the point of view of cost and availability.
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After careful analysis of their advertising policy, Facebook has allowed the placement of specific advertisements associated with cryptocurrencies. Coinbase, the largest cryptocurrency exchange in the United States got the green light in this social network.
Brian Armstrong, CEO of Coinbase, announced it in his Twitter account, expressing pride and enthusiasm about their contributions to what he called “an open financial system”: