Meet the "Virtual Currency Girls" a POP CryptoGroup from Japan

The world has a new pop group. Each of the girls represents a cryptocurrecny.

From left to right, meet XEM, BCH, MONA, BTC, ADA, ETH, NEO, and XRP. Japan’s new all-girl pop group Kasotsuka Shojo, each of whose eight members represents a different cryptocurrency.

They held their first cryptopop concert in Tokyo last Friday.

The group, whose name translates to Virtual Currency Girls, was recently launched by Japanese entertainment company Cinderella Academy, which also manages several other popular groups, to educate the public about the crypto world, in song. Each girl in the group represents a different currency such as bitcoin, ethereum or ripple, which can be identified from their fuzzy masks. It isn’t clear how French maid outfits symbolize cryptocurrency or blockchain technology—but they’re popular costumes in Japan’s anime and cosplay circles.

The group’s first song, “The Moon and Virtual Currencies and Me,” appears to take its inspiration from the warnings issued by various regulators in recent weeks—it’s a lecture on online security and watching out for fraudulent crypto businesses. Listen for yourself:

“We want to promote the idea through entertainment that virtual currencies are not just a tool for speculation but are a wonderful technology that will shape the future,” said the group’s leader Rara Naruse, 18, in an online statement. Naruse symbolizes bitcoin cash.

Keep saying to yourself. This is not yet a mania. It's all very normal.

"To the moon Alice," I mean MONA, I mean grandma.

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Mike "Mish" Shedlock

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whirlaway
whirlaway

Looks like the bell has been rung now. But the partying is so loud that the merrymakers didn't hear it.

WildBull
WildBull

If I had a nickel ........

Snow_Dog
Snow_Dog

Has Justin Bieber been denied entrance to a nightclub because he couldn’t pay in Bitcoin?
Has there been a huge fight between Kim and Kanye over Bitcoin?
How many times has Russia been implicated of interfering with Bitcoin’s pricing by Mueller?
Has Vince McMahon created a villainous wrestler for WWE based on Bitcoin?
How many Pentagon defense contracts have reported their cost overruns in Bitcoins?
Finally, is it possible that donations to The Clinton Foundation have NOT really dried up, but are now merely being donated in Bitcoins?
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thimk
thimk

Wonder when the BOJ will have the "yen" to monetize the cryptocurrency asset class

RonJ
RonJ

"Keep saying to yourself. This is not yet a mania. It's all very normal." I read the other day that a substantial %age of people were borrowing money to buy crypto currencies. Substantial numbers of people borrowing is normal in a mania. Global debt is now over 230 trillion.