Polish Financial Authorities Paid Youtuber to Smear Cryptocurrency
Polish Financial Authorities Paid Youtuber into Smear Cryptocurrency
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Following one individual delivered a query to the NBP about campaigns financed by the central bank, tthat he NBP responded in a letter dated 9 February and admitted it “carried out a campaign on the dilemma of virtual monies in social media.” As mentioned previously, the campaign cost 91,200 PLN value roughly $27,000 in taxpayers’ money. In addition to Google Ireland (which owns Youtube) and Facebook Ireland, its heirs were Gamellon, a Polish Youtube partner network concentrated on gambling channels.
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Polish financial authoritieshave invested taxpayers’ moneyon that a smear campaign on Youtube and Facebook against investment in cryptocurrencies. While issuing warnings or trying to teach the public against what regulators fear are insecure investments are not rare around the Earth, in such a instance they attempted to sway public opinion against crypto assets by paying media influencers to attack them.
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Since the regional reports pointed out the movie wasn’t pronounced on Youtube as “including paid promotion”, and there’s also no reference in its description it is a component of the campaign for the NBP paid. The material compensated for by NBP was printed on the Planeta Faktów station on Youtube. Furthermore, judging by the quality of the material, its distribution channels and its founders, the smear campaign seems to target children.
A rather silly video using the title “that I LOST ALL MONEY?!” Constituting investments at cryptocurrencies at a negative light emerged on December 8 on the Marcin Dubiel’s station, a Polish youtube prankster with over 900,000 readers. The film, which already has over half a thousand viewpoints, is marked using all the hashtag #uważajnakryptowaluty, which is connected with that a website established by NBP and the KNF to state “Virtual money is not money” and comparable warnings.
The money went, amongst others, to that aPolish Youtube content system that represents a lot of popular young community content creators.