The Central Bank of Poland has acknowledged its backing of about $27,000 for multiple anti-cryptocurrency campaigns on social media.
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The video below, published in December by Polish YouTuber Marcin Dubiel, titled “I LOST ALL THE MONEY?!” was entirely funded by the central bank of Poland.
According to Polish finance website, Money.Pl, the Central Bank’s campaign published videos on the YouTube channel Planeta Faktów (Planet of Facts), which boasts over 1.5 million subscribers.
Dubiel who has amassed a following of over 900,000 subscribers, never mentioned to his audience that the video was paid for by the Central Bank of Poland.
In February 2017, Poland officially recognized the trading and mining of cryptocurrency.
After Venezuela announced they would be launching their own cryptocurrency, Poland was one of the foreign investors willing to exchange food and medicine for the new petro currency.