The cryptographic environment has seen many implementations of online matters in real life. Pendants, smartphone cases and other items carrying the Bitcoin logo, paper wallets and hardware comprising virtual funds are all kinds of physical presences of the currency in the everyday life. Education and information acquisition is mostly completed online, but some activists from the US are going to access the part of society free from virtual bonds.


Bitcoin Bigfoot to Start the Conversation

The idea can be easily summed up – the group of enthusiasts from the Bitcoin Bigfoot prepares a trifold leaflet, provides it to local activists around the country, who will spread it to potential users of Bitcoin lacking regular presence on the global web.

The first edition will feature 100 000 promotional packs. It seems illogical to many superficial observers claiming that all activities about virtual assets can happen only online. Even knowing that Bitcoin is not printed or forged, it does not mean that it is not suitable for people using Internet occasionally.

Curtis Fenimore together with Jake Tital is the founder of Bitcoin Bigfoot and sees many offline opportunities of promotion. There is no reason not to try to influence the missing part of the society. Mr. Fenimore explained:

“The Internet has a huge reach, but it still doesn’t reach everything. There’s still very much a need for face to face communication and physical promotional materials. YouTube videos alone can’t do it. If that was true, adoption would be beyond the roof.”

The aim auditory is people, who already have some information on Bitcoin or have heard something from the traditional media, but lack experience, knowledge and assistance to engage in the environment. Fenimore has often met in person with those, who would like to get involved, but are missing guidance.