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November 28, 2013, 07:07:55 PM
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So guys I was dreaming last night, and oddly enough it was about the Super Bowl.

I've been thinking for a few months how could Bitcoin advertise on a all new level. Kinda like what china did with their PBS, that got millions investing and a quite large increase in the value of the coin. We have never seen advertising to the masses on a TV. (Atleast not as much as I know.)

Either way imagine this. Half time hits, you see a big gold Bitcoin logo flash across the TV. "Money made from the internet, for the internet."  Ten seconds of epic glory. Ten seconds of millions of people going "huh?". Right after they'll pick up their shitty Ipads and google it.  Then they look at the value of the Dollar/Bitcoin. In the following 3 weeks so much money from peoples savings surges into the market.

I'm not saying this will happen as it probably won't, but knowing this community there a few with millions that could help. I don't have much but I'm always looking for the betterment of the currency.

Long live Bitcoin, and strength in cryptography.

If you would like to donate to my jalapeno mods, or just buy me a b33r it's all appreciated.

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November 30, 2013, 08:31:41 PM
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I'd rather have a ultra bullish 10 second commercial promising immediate riches, and then after the price pumps dramatically after 80% of americans watch it, I will dump and wait for the price to correct.

mwahahaha

But in all seriousness, I think a short 10 second commercial would be a great idea and i'd be willing to pitch in for it.
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December 01, 2013, 02:29:31 AM
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I like your thinking. People will say "Huh"? but then the doritos commercial will come on and they wont give a crap anymore.  Or they will ask whats that and you me and others who may know about bitcoin or alt coins in general wil try and explain it but be hushed by the sports fans and such...

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December 01, 2013, 04:06:12 AM
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Then a few hours later, massive crash to $10  Roll Eyes

Sorting myself out.
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December 01, 2013, 04:09:25 AM
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Stop this shit.

Bitcoin is not a pump and dump scheme.

It's already growing so fast that the network can barely keep up. We don't need to blow millions of dollars on a hairbrained Super Bowl ad for Bitcoin to succeed.

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