The White House just got tagged. In a lively game designed to boost awareness of Bitcoin, players can virtually deface the White House with graffiti.

Satoshi’s World allows players to add text wherever they want in the world, laying messages and images over a real-world location of their choice.

Matt Odell@matt_odell

I wrote bitcoin on the White House 😏

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Messages of Buy Bitcoin started popping up after the game was launched on Saturday by pseudozach of kriptonode, a suite of games built to spark adoption of Bitcoin by showcasing the Lightning Network, a layer-2 solution designed to make Bitcoin viable for small, practical everyday payments.

Another Bitcoiner on Satoshi’s World tagged the Royal Bank of Canada.

“Bitcoin uses too much electricity they said…”

The Next Web (TNW), based in the Netherlands, sprayed Amsterdam Central Station.

“Long Bitcoin Short the Bankers”

The virtual uprising spread to New Zealand and South America where a player in Guayaquil, Ecuador chimed in with “Long Bitcoin, short the banks,” spraying the catchphrase across Banco Pichincha, the country’s largest private bank.

Satoshi’s World joins another crypto game that’s been catching fire. The Bitcoin Lightning Network torch is making the rounds as crypto supporters pass around a small amount of Bitcoin via the Lightning Network to show how easily Bitcoin can be transferred.


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