Every subculture comes with T-shirts, and Bitcoin’s is no different. It has roots in places like the video game community, which has fawned over Nintendo tees since game time immemorial. Bitcoin Not Bombs is one of the most recognizable, you but others like BitGear and Bitcoin Pride offer a wider variety of Bitcoin clothes.
Now a new site called Good Emoji is trying to gain a foothold. It was founded by Connie Kearney, a Bitcoin professional from Atlanta, Georgia working for Vanbex Group and various Bitcoin publications. It will, of course, accept Bitcoin.
Connie is also hoping to promote Bitcoin, however, and Good Emoji has its own style about it. True to name, the shirts are emblazoned with emojis, a Japanese derivative of the standard emoticon that is now popular worldwide.