A man was snapped outside the Deutsche Bank Offices in London. He was dressed like a true gentleman, and had a bag which was labeled “Bitcoin”.
Like Bitcoin Pizza Guy and Bitcoin Sign Guy, many believe that he will be known as a legend some years later. The duo were in fact employees of Fielding & Nicholson, a company known in London for their fine suits.
Some news agencies like The Guardian and others had speculated that the two were ex-bankers. This was in reference to the news of 18,000 men and women being laid off.
Deutsche Bank is Germany’s most popular and diversified bank, and while this might be shocking and saddening for many, for the organization it was deemed as “necessary”.
Turns out the name of “Bitcoin Bag Guy” is Alex Riley. The one walking alongside him is none other than the chief of Fielding & Nicholson, Ian Fielding-Calcutt.
“As we walked out, I saw some photographers position themselves for the shot and they proceeded to snap away… I turned to my colleague and said, ‘you think we’ll make the news?'”
Well, they certainly did. The bag in the picture is the cotton canvas tote.
The world’s biggest PoS cloud computing service provider Infinity Stones had unveiled a brand-new product. Infinity Pool will be used for revenue management. 24h voting revenue and cumulative voting revenue will be displayed for all consumers.
In order to mark this event, 100% revenue will be returned to its voters from the IoTeX community. This feature is valid through the entirety of this month.
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-Stocks are selling off
-Property is losing value
-Gold is dumping
-Governments are losing control
And all the while…#Bitcoin is pumping.
That tells you all you need to know
— CRYPTO BITLORD (@Crypto_Bitlord) July 9, 2019
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