Japan's latest WTF: cryptocurrency pop group

Virtual Currency Girls is a new J-pop group, joining the world of Japan and cryptocurrency because reasons.

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I don't even know what I'm about to write, but here goes: Virtual Currency Girls. Virtual Currency Girls is a new J-pop (Japanese pop) group that features 8 girls, who each individually represent different cryptocurrencies.

Virtual Currency Girls' first single is called "The Moon and Virtual Currencies and Me" and educates listeners of the problems and fraud associated with cryptocurrencies online, with the bank promoting the idea that cryptocurrency isn't a "tool of speculation", and is instead a "wonderful future".

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