Since our Wednesday news update, a number of readers have reached out, interested to learn more about the bitcoin girl. If you recall what we mentioned- iQiyi, the Netflix equivalent of China, is currently airing an ongoing documentary that follows a bitcoin enthusiast in China who is looking to survive 21 days in Beijing merely on 0.21 bitcoin, without any help or donations. She is living on the equivalent of $1300, which is a not insignificant amount in China, as you can purchase a bowl of noodles for just $1.
The real challenge is, will people accept bitcoin?
TL:DR- bitcoin usage adoption in China is still there, may be higher than the US
This documentary was eye-opening to us in terms of the level of bitcoin adoption and crypto happenings in some of China’s largest tech-forward cities. We decided to share with you some of the bitcoin girl’s adventures below.
🍵 He You Bing’s Bitcoin Challenge
He You Bing is not the challenger’s real name. It’s a nickname, wit...
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