A supposed Bitcoin (BTC) millionaire has been arrested in Hong Kong immediately after “making it rain cash” on the streets, neighborhood English-language information outlet the Shanghaiist reported on Dec. 17.
On Sunday, a swathe of 100-Hong Kong dollar charges had been thrown off a roof in Sham Shui Po, a person of the poorest Hong Kong neighborhoods. Wong Ching-package, a neighborhood cryptocurrency fanatic, purported Bitcoin millionaire, and entrepreneur who owns the Epoch Cryptocurrency site, is reportedly considered to be dependable for the stunt.
In a movie posted on Epoch’s Fb web site, he is observed asking “does anyone consider that dollars can tumble from the sky?” before income commences falling from a high developing powering him.
The description of the video information a competitiveness wherein contributors can allegedly win significant funds prizes. In an additional video Ching-kit reportedly describes himself inside of a luxury vehicle as some sort of “god” that “steals from the wealthy and offers to the very poor.”
According to Shanghaiist, the gentleman was subsequently arrested by regional police, reportedly in advance of doing one more publicity stunt. Shanghaiist reviews that he was detained for “disorderly conduct in a community place” although reside-streaming with a stack of funds in his hand.
Leo Weese, a member of the local crypto community, tweeted that Ching-kit is not a Bitcoin millionaire but is alternatively “running a pyramid-like plan.” The police reportedly declare to have only recovered 6,000 Hong Kong bucks ($767) even though “a well known Twitter submit statements, unreasonably, that ‘100’s of millions of HKD’ was dropped from the rooftop.”
In May well 2018, organizers of a blockchain conference in China were subjected to harsh criticism immediately after they organized a efficiency together with a Mao Zedong impersonator. An actor dressed in a gray Mao suit gave a speech in the type of the Chairman, wishing success to the audience in an accent from Mao’s birth province of Hunan, declaring:
“You are deserving of getting identified as the wonderful sons and daughters of the Chinese country, and I thank you in the title of Mao Zedong.”
The organizers reportedly broke a regulation prohibiting the use of the image of any previous or current leader in advertising things to do and television commercials.
Previously that exact month, a Ukrainian first coin giving (ICO) publicity stunt on Mount Everest resulted in the loss of life of a sherpa. Social community ASKfm sponsored “crypto enthusiasts” to climb Mount Everest and spot a Ledger wallet keeping 500,000 in ASKfm tokens at the peak. The sherpa died all through the descent.