The aged saying “imitation is a sincerest form of flattery” became quite applicable in a bitcoin village this week.
That was the case of what PayPal thinks about a new satire video that rips off a “New Money” blurb that was combined to run during Super Bowl 50. That video pitches PayPal as a “new money” resolution to a old-school financial universe that isn’t open outward of business hours.
“There’s a new income in town,” a content in a blurb reads. “PayPal is new money.”
This blurb was quite critical for PayPal as it was a company’s initial vital code debate of a form in such a high-profile environment that brought such a immeasurable audience. So, when a video executive took it into his possess hands to slice off PayPal’s thesis with a bitcoin parody, one could suppose that PayPal might not have been so flattered.
That executive was Shiloh Silverman, who