An advertising campaign across some of Ukraineâ€™s most populous cities is now aiming to attract new traders to the worldâ€™s largest digital asset exchange, Binance. The Eastern European nation is known as a promising market and a leader in terms of cryptocurrency adoption.
Binance Ads Appear on Trains and Trolleys in Ukraine
Cryptocurrency exchange Binance has embarked on a mission to entice more Ukrainian traders to its world-leading coin trading platform. The company has recently launched a nationwide campaign showing Binance ads to the residents of the capital Kyiv and three of the countryâ€™s largest cities, Kharkiv, Odesa, and Lviv.
The organizers are now playing clips advertising Binance onboard the Intercity trains connecting these cities, Forklog reported. The ads run under the slogans â€œBlogger by Day, Trader by Nightâ€ and â€œDesigner by Day, Trader by Nightâ€ on the trainsâ€™ infotainment systems, a video posted on Youtube shows. The ads call on crypto users among commuters to â€œTrust the Bestâ€ and â€œJoin the Community.â€
Binance advertisements have also appeared on public transport vehicles in the cities. A photo posted by the crypto news outlet shows a sticker reading â€œToday With a Trolley, Tomorrow With a GeliÐºâ€ on a trolleybus branded with the Binance logo and colors. The text accompanies a picture of a luxury SUV, with Gelik being a slang word for the posh Mercedes-Benz G-Class (GelÃ¤ndewagen).
Not the First Crypto Signs in Bitcoin-Friendly Ukraine
This isnâ€™t the first time Ukraineâ€™s mass transit has displayed crypto-related messages. About two years ago, LED signs flashing the text â€œBitcoin to the Moonâ€ were spotted on a tramcar in the city of Vinnytsia, as Bitcoin.com News reported. The pro-bitcoin boards were mounted on a new Vin Way tram, manufactured locally by the Vinnytsia Transport Company.
Ukraine has emerged over the past few years as a crypto-friendly destination. Chainalysis ranked the country first among more than 150 nations in last yearâ€™s edition of its Global Crypto Adoption Index. The government in Kyiv has been working with the crypto industry on a project to issue a central bank digital currency, and Ukraineâ€™s Public Radio recently broadcasted a podcast episode devoted to Bitcoin.
In 2019, the worldâ€™s largest crypto exchange by daily volume signed a memorandum of understanding with the Digital Transformation Ministry of Ukraine to cooperate on the establishment of a legal framework for cryptocurrencies and other digital assets. Last year, Binance offered users the option to deposit and withdraw fiat amounts in Ukrainian hryvnia using bank cards.
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