The Bitcoin logo lights up Berlin
The Berlin TV Tower displayed the Bitcoin logo. German Bitcoiners tweeted images and videos of the lighting. These "advertisements" are legally illegal, so proceed cautiously.
The Bitcoin (BTC) logo was placed atop Germany's tallest tower over the weekend in Berlin, Germany. The logo took the shape of a gigantic orange letter B and lit up the night sky. On January 21st, the Bitcoin logo was shown on the Berliner Fernsehturm tower, which is more commonly known as the TV Tower.
Users of Bitcoin in Germany raced to Twitter and other social media sites to upload images and films of the illumination. Notable Bitcoin Twitter accounts then shared these photographs and videos with their followers.
"To put it more simply, we would want to draw your attention to bitcoin!
We believe in using subversive strategies such as this one, and we are going to carry out our plans as intended."
Tilo is the Chief Executive Officer of an events firm that is in charge of organising the "Best of Blockchain" conference that will take place this year. The conference is scheduled to take place in this year.
In one of the comments, he outlined how simple the process is for making light displays, adding that all that is necessary is "a mixer, power station, and customised Bitcoin logo." He went on to explain how straightforward the operation is. Tilo made an effort to carry out the operation towards the tail end of the year before. However, the beamer that I used was insufficient, as he said. It is not the first time that the Bitcoin logo or themes associated with it have been projected onto well-known buildings.
May of 2021 was the month when London saw the projection of the statement "Fiat is the bubble, Bitcoin is the pin" onto the Bank of England. This took occurred in London.
Tilo has in the past beamed Bitcoin words onto the world-famous Berlin wall and had offered an inventory of the supplies required to organise illuminations with others who were interested in doing it themselves.
On the other hand, he insists that "advertisements" of this sort are not absolutely authorised, and as a result, it is preferable to approach with utmost caution in regard to this topic.