October 31 was Halloween. A night when kids dress up and go around asking their friendly neighbors for candy. It also happened to be the 10-year anniversary of Satoshi’s Bitcoin Whitepaper. Bitcoin enthusiasts around the world took it upon themselves to celebrate the double occasion with style and creativity. Here are the top 10 examples that I found across the web.
A truck was hired by Genesis Mining as a marketing campaign in Vegas, highlighting the fear that Bitcoin strikes in the financial industry.
IBM expressed their belief in the blockchain and Halloween with their blockchain-painted pumpkin.
Justin Wu dressed up as "the scariest costume of them all, the Bitcoin bubble."
Naomi Brockwell showed off her Bitcoin/Halloween spirit with a Bitcoin-engraved pumpkin.
Next up was Blockchain Man. Just your friendly decentralizing, revolutionizing, immutable, trustless superhero.
For sure my favorite, this guy handed out USB keys made to look like Kit Kats that contain the Bitcoin Whitepaper.
These guys really nailed it, dressing as a miner, a bear market, a crypto kitty and the dark web.
A true enthusiast was trying to raise Bitcoin awareness amongst the youth with 'Bitcoin chocolate coins'.
With a twist on the classic trick-or-treat tradition, this man decided to actually buy the candy using Bitcoin.
Lastly is this artist's biting commentary on how Bitcoin will save us from the established financial system that currently holds the power.
Here's to 10 years of Bitcoin. Long live the King!