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Bitcoin themed wedding in Lebanon

Bitcoin themed wedding in Lebanon

In Lebanon, bitcoin (BTC) supporters have taken their love for cryptocurrency to the next level. Nassar, an engineer in international trade, said his wedding day was about Satoshi Nakamoto’s token of innovation, bitcoin.

​​​​​​All the guests received satoshis (the smallest denomination of bitcoin) as a wedding gift to attend the Nassar family’s special day, and the theme of the wedding was volcanoes, wink El Salvador Bitcoin Bonds, commonly referred to as Volcanic Bonds .

Bitcoin Volcano was following the wedding party. Source: Nasar

Nassar told Cointelegraph that he set up a volcano stand at the wedding and “distributed gifts through the Lightning Network.” In fact, under each cover of the post-ceremony banquet there were instructions to download Bitcoin wallet Lightning Network in order to get 4,000 Satoshis. Today, due to weak prices, the gift was worth about $0.80, at the time of the wedding the gift was worth $1.60.

Wedding thank you gift. Source: Nasar

The link took the wedding guest to a detailed Youtube video showing how to create a wallet and why to buy bitcoins. Of the 250 wedding gifts he distributed, 75 people downloaded a wallet and asked Nassar to send them the 4,000 satoshis, a first for those people.

With a 30% success rate, his method of promoting bitcoin adoption is doing well since global bitcoin adoption may only reach 10% by 2030. [les invités du mariage] he saw it and thought about it”.

QR Code thank you gifts are in the red circles. Source: Nasar

Nassar is an indomitable defender of Bitcoin. So naturally, her wedding day would be the perfect time to “give the orange pill” or educate more people about the importance of bitcoin. He is the leader of Lebanon’s first bitcoin-themed escape room and jokes that he has a half-hour limit on talking about non-bitcoin topics while socializing:

“I try to explain monetary policies and what fiat money is to everyone I meet for more than 30 minutes.”

Oddly enough, Twitter user Stackmore also sees weddings as the perfect time to start a family and start stacking bags. Stackmore has sent Satoshis as wedding gifts for the past five years:

My #bitcoin wedding gifts have arrived. July 2017 – 2019: simple paper wallet. 2019 – A better paper wallethttps://t.co/GkH7kV7JrD. 2020 – https://t.co/1v0opOxLEj Faucet 😀 Thank you @BootstrapBandit. 2021 – Dime Giveaways https://t.co/42t1rCzBQM pic.twitter.com/SMk1IBksrC- Stackmore.hodl.Sucre ⚡️ (@1971Bubble) December 6, 2021

In Lebanon, Nassar’s home country, the inflation rate exceeded the 200% threshold in January of this year. In comparison, Bitcoin has a fixed supply of 21 million tokens, and benefits from a scheduled issuance rate that avoids deflation of the currency.

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Despite calls from senior leaders to avoid buying bitcoin in Lebanon, groups like AlJazeera report that bitcoin adoption is booming in the country. For Nassar, it is necessary to start with the family and friends, because “hyperbitcoinization starts at home. He has already introduced bitcoin to his relatives:

“All my close friends and family members have bought bitcoin, and my mom is a complete monitor.”

And yourself? Do you like bitcoin enough to organize your special days around this cryptocurrency?

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