Talk about jumping on a bandwagon – Japanese cocktail organisation Virtual Currency Girls (or Kasotsuka Shojo in Japanese) have motionless to dedicate their careers to making banging tunes and dance routines about cryptocurrencies.
In presumably the many zeitgeisty piece of news ever, the eight members of the Japanese rope sing songs about cryptocurrency – which is a flattering big understanding in places like Japan and South Korea – while jumping around in maid’s costumes and feathery pom pom ears – oh yes, and don’t forget about the shiny, full-face wrestling masks ornate with the Bitcoin logo.
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The group’s leader, 18-year-old Rara Naruse, told Reuters that she hopes their songs will infer to be educational to listeners.
‘[Crypotcurrencies] are so available you kind of have to consternation since we didn’t have them before,’ she said. ‘We wish everybody to learn some-more about them.’
Each rope member took on a opposite cryptocurrency as they introduced themselves to a tiny entertainment of fans during a gig in Tokyo, before rising into their new balance The Moon, Cryptocurrencies and Me.
And if the familiar name wasn’t adequate to get you dancing to the tune, then maybe the singalong-friendly lyrics like ‘Be clever about your password, don’t use the same one!’, will get you in the cryptocurrency groove.
But really, it’s no shouting matter. Naruse pronounced she wants to learn people about cryptocurrencies in a way that isn’t lifeless as hell.
The group’s lassie outfits are a apparatus to make the organisation simply recognizable and to lift their popularity, she said. And, of course, all mechandise at the venue, unison tickets and the group’s salaries are paid for in Bitcoin, since how could they not be?
And their devise to edu-sing people into meaningful some-more about cryptocurrencies is apparently operative – one fan told Reuters: ‘I know positively zero about Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, but we wish to make certain we have some on palm for serve concerts and to buy merchandise.’
Next stop, universe domination.