Winner of 'Brand me Crypto' Campaign Announced

Winner of 'Brand me Crypto' Campaign Announced

PALO ALTO, CALIFORNIA & CALGARY, ALBERTA - APRIL 27, 2015 - Cryptocurrency risk management and payment processing specialist Vogogo Inc. announced the winner of Brand Me Crypto, an initiative, conceptualized and sponsored by the company, its aim, to have global members of the crypto and creative community create an iconic brand to represent Cryptocurrency."Cryptocurrency is arguably one of the most compelling new technologies of our time and is quickly making its way into the mainstream." said Chantel Meeley, Head of Marketing and Creative at Vogogo. "Cryptocurrency however isn't just....


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