The anonymous Bitcoin Cash bidder called, ‘Bitcoin Man,’ has made the news once again, this time in Fresno California. Bitcoin Man featured on a local Fox News report on Dec. 11 about creating a “modern scavenger hunt” with bitcoin cash-loaded stickers hidden throughout the state.
Back in September, news.Bitcoin.com reported on an unidentified individual who distributed 100 pre-loaded bitcoin cash (BCH) stickers in Bakersfield California. One of the stickers also included a golden sticker worth $ 500 at BCH. The scavenger hunt stickers loaded with bitcoin cash (BCH) and Bitcoin Man’s money-hunting competition, have managed to gain attention from a few media outlets. Now that Bitcoin Man is up and running this time, he visited Fresno California to disperse several BCH-loaded stickers in the region.
The Fresno bitcoin cash scavenger hunt was popular and one participant of the competition managed to find $ 1,000 in bitcoin cash by finding a golden ticket. The story also featured on one of the KMPH Fox 26 News Fresno Central Valley news outlets.
The news station’s related video states: “People here in Fresno find free money hidden from someone who calls himself ‘Bitcoin Man.’ We’ll show you how to get into the growing treasure hunt. ”The news anchor also detailed that the unknown man“ created a modern scavenger hunt leaving bitcoin cash prizes for people to find in cities across California. The clues can be seen on his Instagram page and this week Bitcoin Man came to Fresno. ”
Further, Fox 26 Fresno reporters spoke to some of the local winners. “The man behind it all says he does this for two reasons,” said street reporter KMPH Fox 26. “The first is to help people who are struggling with the coronavirus. The second is to teach people more about cryptocurrency like bitcoin, using these QR codes that are posted all over town, ”he added. Adam Fisher, one of the winners of the scavenger hunt awards, told the reporter:
The easiest thousand dollars, the lucky thousand dollars. What [Bitcoin Man is] doing is so cool. And so I saw it was Fresno, and we watched the whole teaser video that he did and he had a tiny little shot of this [sign] right here.
Fisher simply scanned the golden ticket he found in Fresno with his Bitcoin.com Wallet. Another person interviewed by Fox 26 News also said he was basically scavenger hunting for money. The lucky winner found some QR codes loaded with BCH in the Tower District. Nishea Balajadia found 30 dollars in bitcoin cash (BCH) and said it was “a kind of cool prospect” that created Bitcoin Man with the scavenger hunt concept.
Balajadia further added that it is fun to get out of the house. Following the Balajadia statements, a Fox 26 correspondent said the scavenger hunt for bitcoin cash was “a coronavirus-friendly activity and a tangible moment.” This was because Balajadia never used cryptocurrency until it joined the bitcoin cash scavenger hunt in Fresno.
“All you need is Instagram and the Bitcoin.com Wallets app,” the reporter emphasized during the Fox 26 news round.
According to a KMPH report, Bitcoin Man said it plans to hide even more bitcoin cash across Fresno and other regions. All bitcoin cash scavenger hunters have to do is download the noncustodial Bitcoin.com Wallet app and find the hidden QR codes. Bitcoin Man also revealed that he plans to do the scavenger hunt in every small city in California. It plans to donate a total of $ 40,000 in bitcoin cash, news anchor KMPH Fox 26 concluded.
Check out the Bitcoin Man scavenger hunt on KMPH Fox 26 news here and also uploaded the video to the Reddit r / btc forum. “Haha, he’s back,” said one Redditor in regards to Fresno Bitcoin Man’s scavenger hunt mail. “That’s so cool to see adoption coming, keep going so it’s the right strategy,” added a BCH supporter.
What do you think of the Bitcoin Man scavenger hunt in Fresno and his idea to hide bitcoin cash in every small city in California? Let us know what you think of this topic in the comments section below.
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