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Floki Inu ($ FLOKI), a meme cryptocurrency borrowed from Elon Musk’s dog and rivals Shiba Inu ($ SHIB) in popularity, is launching an ad campaign in Israel.
The video “Floki is coming to Israel” was posted on Twitter. It says the ads will be displayed in the country on “8 Premium Walls” as well as on “180 billboards and signs” in the “20 Most Important Cities in Israel.”
The campaign will be seen over 47.6 million times as Floki Inu billboards and signs will be located in strategic and busy locations in key cities across the country. Advertising campaign designed to raise awareness of $ FLOKI among the Israeli population.
Floki Inu previously launched a public transport campaign in London with the slogan “Missed Doge? Get Floki” in an attempt to legitimize the cryptocurrency and increase the confidence of the average consumer in buying it, according to the project’s marketing manager, who identified himself as Saber.
The price of the cryptocurrency skyrocketed after the campaign went viral. At the time, it became known that other agents promoting cryptocurrency in Los Angeles, Japan, China and Russia would join the campaign.
Floki Inu’s marketing budget is based on a 4% commission charged to new customers. Tokens are used to attract influencers and further develop the Floki ecosystem.
Transport for London raised concerns about the ad as it was touting a little-known, unregulated financial asset that it said could be open to manipulation, such as pumping and dumping schemes. The FLOKI ad contained risk warnings to potential buyers, but sparked the ire of Greens’ London Assembly member Sian Berry, who said crypto ads should not be on the Transport for London network.
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