Cryptocurrency Billboard Campaigns Launched by HBUS

Karan Balwani

December 3, 2018 11:18 am

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Cryptocurrency Billboard Campaigns Launched by HBUS
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While the cryptocurrency market appears to be in a panic, companies such as HBUS are going all in on digital currencies. The company recently rolled out a cryptocurrency-themed billboard campaign to raise awareness about digital assets among the general population. The company is an exclusive U.S partner of Huobi, the cryptocurrency exchange giant. HBUS has said that this is the first campaign of its kind in the United States.

The campaign is titled “Evolved Crypto Trading” and its billboards have already started cropping up. The first billboard is located on 3rd Street outside Coinbase HQ, between Market Street and Mission Street in downtown San Francisco.

Kevin Leu, Head of Communication, HBUS said

“The inspiration for this campaign comes from Wall Street starting it all, but they move slowly, have barriers to entry, and don’t offer digital assets. We wanted to show that there’s a true digital asset revolution – and evolution – that gives people more options to access the ever-expanding ecosystem of digital currencies and the products and services that accept digital currencies.”

As a means to bring additional users to the platform, the trading fees has been removed by HBUS. Frank Fu, CEO, HBUS shared his thoughts on this strategy:

“There’s no question that digital assets have taken its share of hits this year. We wanted to give crypto traders a break with it comes to high fees they regularly have to pay when trading on other exchanges. It’s time American traders are given freedom and more options when it comes to what they want to buy when it comes to digital assets.”

According to Leu, HBUS has been successful in attracting top talents from Intuit and Google.

The platform already has 12 cryptocurrencies listed which can be purchased through 35 trading pairs. The exchange plans to add more tokens to the platform’s portfolio in the future.

This news was originally published on Bitcoinist.

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