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They were not immediately available for comment on this story, though they told Noisey , Vice's music blog, that they were determined to maintain anonymity going forward "in case Kanye gets pissed off. Heck, if Coinye really takes off, celebrities like Kanye will undoubtedly want to get in on the ground floor of minting their own currency. But how many, if any, will emerge from the fray as legitimate competitors to Bitcoin versus those that will undoubtedly remain as one-off spoofs?
The creators of Coinye made sure to emphasize on Twitter that this is not a joke. The new Kanye-themed currency will launch officially on January 11, the creators said, so now is probably a good time for early adopters to start saving up. LeJacq nbcuni. Yannick LeJacq.
If this is not a new slight of genius self-promotion from the oft misguided West, it's certainly a takedown notice in the making. Choosing a popular culture figure to represent a decentralised, anonymous, and unregulated currency might seem an odd choice, but it had already been done before with Dogecoin , a nod to the Doge meme. Coinye West's creators, who spoke to Noisey in an e-mail interview because they "want to stay sorta anonymous in case Kanye gets pissed off" , believe that West is in fact the perfect choice.
By using a pop culture icon to launch a currency, they are hoping to bring cryptocurrencies to the masses. This is why the release is so public, with the countdown to the 11 January launch when free giveaways will take place being ticked down on its website. Back in November Bitcoin received a huge boost following the news that an FBI letter presented during a US Senate committee proved the bureau considered it a "legitimate financial service".
Crytpocurrencies are most definitely already edging towards the mainstream due to the amount of press Bitcoin's ups and downs have received over the past year. The general public is, however, either unsure how to use it, associates it with the criminal underground, or feels that the high value of one Bitcoin implies it's getting prohibitively expensive to experiment with and it's no longer worth getting in the game.
It's why the service will be giving away coins at launch—"it will get people who are on the fence interested and help them to start using the currency, and we hope they'll share it with their friends, too. There are, of course, other less prolific cryptocurrencies that have come forth since Bitcoin's founding.