We’ve received an overwhelming number of awesome entries into our Blog Vlog contest. We have finally summed up Crypterium Blog Vlog contest, and we are ready to announce the winners.
Crypterium Blog Contest
“What is wrong with cryptocurrency payments?”,?—?asks the first place winner of Crypterium Blog contest Alexander.
And he answers himself: “Almost every good or service, that you can pay for in crypto, requires a proprietary coin. And these coins meet only on cryptoexchanges. It’s like multicolored brushstrokes on the canvas, which seem to be chaotic up close. Great masters could turn this mess into a masterpiece”. The analogy you draw between colors and banking instruments is a real eye-opener. We are going to make sure each member of our community can mix and arrange the colors however they prefer.
Our next winners Steven Heisenberg says:
“I can’t wait to make my very first ordinary purchase via Crypto. It would be a hot dog purchased right in front of the Federal Reserve Building, the most Crypto adverse place in the world I can imagine.”
Sounds good, doesn’t it? Thank you for your awesome drawings, Steven?—?the 2nd prize in the Blog Contest is rightfully yours!
Third place goes to Jessica Bloom, who?—?very passionately?—?says goodbye to “fiat dust” and hello?—?to Crypterium.
Crypterium Vlog Contest
“Crypterium will expand to many other countries in coming years”?—?says Murshid, the winner in Crypterium Vlog Contest.
We are happy to be an inspiration for our followers. Some of you stage elaborate dances to support cryptobanking, others compare cryptocurrencies to an Impressionist’s color palette. Now, the first prize winner in the Vlog category has introduced us to animated infographics!
The second prize in the vlog category is well-deserved by Emily Kraudel, Andy Blatt and Brad Hodge. “Sweet Crypterium will flow like sweet lava, Connecting me in shops from Paris to Sydney”?—?we’ve learnt the words to your song, which is now the unofficial hymn of our headquarters!
We are big fans of Oobi, and our whole team absolutely loved the Emma’s crypto-related interpretation. As for Walber’s dance moves?—?he is great example of how creative our community can get.
Our community never ceases to amaze and inspire us! “Bye Bye Fiat Dust, Hello Crypterium” , “Crypto? Yes!”?—?these are the things you say, and we wholeheartedly agree with you. Thank you for your participation?—?and your dance moves!