Viral FaceApp is Pro-Bitcoin; No $1 Bill!

There is currently no mobile app trending right now than FaceApp, the mobile application that lets people get a glimpse of what they would look like when they get old.

While users are absolutely loving it and sharing pictures all over social media, U.S authorities are not happy about it and recently asked the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to look into.

U.S lawmakers worry that app is seamlessly gaining access to millions of users’ photos which could serve an ulterior purpose.

However, it appears America has more reasons to worry about FaceApp after it was discovered that the Russian developers behind the application are Bitcoiners!

If you put through the $1 bill through the FaceApp, the result is the image depicted below.

$1 Bitcoin Bill FaceApp

FaceApp Bitcoin $1

Well, in case you’re having a hard time understanding the image, it claims to portray what the 1 U.S dollar bill would look like in the near future.

  • It will bear the Bitcoin logo showing that the cryptocurrency has 21 million coins fixed supply.
  • There would be no Federal Reserve or the United States of America, but instead a United Nodes of Bitcoin with the name of Bitcoin’s anonymous founder, Satoshi Nakamoto on the bill.
  • A Bitcoin public address would also be on the $1 bill which will have the signature ‘cryptograffiti.’

Certainly, it would be fair to point out at this point that whatever FaceApp is thinking is only a mere fantasy, as much as the old photos littered on social media. 

However, the fact that it gratifies what most Bitcoin enthusiast envisions, is a fair reminder that the cryptocurrency still has a long way to go before it comes close to competing or eventually replacing the U.S dollar as the global reserve currency.

The first decade of Bitcoin hasn’t been bad, meaning it is perfectly alright at this point to dream on!

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