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The Polish Central Bank finances anti digital currency campaigns

2018-02-22 08:57 am | Resource: News Section | No Views : 39

The Polish Central Bank finances anti digital currency campaigns Some local media in Poland have indicated that the Polish Central Bank is funding campaigns on various social media sites to fight digital currencies.
The comments came before the Polish central bank acknowledged last Tuesday its funding for a campaign against digital currencies through the sites of Facebook and YouTube, beside the search engine Google.
The campaign was a short film entitled "I lost all my money," a young man who invests in digital currencies but does not know how to use them in different purchases. His story ends with the loss of all his money. The traditional of a bank,
The campaign cost the Polish central bank $ 27,000, a move that came in response to the fears of some banks of digital currencies, to eliminate them.

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