Bitcoin SV [BSV] becomes sponsor of the sporting event of Dota 2 in Thailand


Bitcoin SV aka Bitcoin Satoshi Vision, the result of the difficult fork of Bitcoin Cash [BCH] what happened on November 15, 2018, supported mainly by Calvin Ayre and Craig S Wright, is now a sponsor of an e-sport event in Thailand.

As for the Hivr tweet, which is a social portfolio, secure messenger and tipping platform, Bitcoin SV is now added as a sponsor for the biggest Thai e-sport event for Dota 2. Dota 2 is a huge online role-playing game multiplayer [MMORPG], which is sadly known for its huge collection of jackpots that usually happens for its annual tournament known as The International.

Hivr tweeted:

"We are sponsoring one of the biggest #esport events in Thailand, so we decided to add #BitcoinSV #BSV as an official sponsor. We will be pushing BitcoinSV in our native country (Thailand) in every possible way this year #ADOPTION"

The Facebook page for the e-sport event has published a photo with the sponsor of Bitcoin SV and the social wallet, hivr.

Source: Facebook | PT Dota2 Circuit

Hivr beta was launched on October 22, 2018 as a Bitcoin Cash-based social media application for Android devices that included a portfolio, native tipping, social news feeds, instant messaging, and more.

Having the cryptocurrencies displayed on such events would help people to notice the currencies and put them on an accelerated path for adoption.

Calvin Ayre, one of the main supporters of the Bitcoin SV community, commented:

"Very nice, I'm in Bangkok now … I have a place here too."

litecoin [LTC] the logo was recently displayed on the canvas of a UFC 232 combat as it sponsored the fight. Litecoin, as a result, became the first cryptocurrency to enter the octagon and obtain widespread adoption by millions of UFC viewers.

The same can be said for Bitcoin SV as every year, "The International" by Dota 2 is seen by millions if not billions of people all over the world. This could be the first step that could help the Bitcoin SV community to gain attention and widespread adoption that it needs.

A Twitter user, @omgbtc commented:

"It sounds stupid, use lightning on the real Bitcoin if you want to get a real adoption, go away when it falls apart, but in the meantime please take the SVs money, just convert it quickly to its value first."

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Akash is your usual Mechie with an unusual interest in encryption and day trading, ergo, a full-time AMBCrypto journalist. He holds XRP because of peer pressure, but otherwise he found the day of trading with what little capital he owns.

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