After a two-month hiatus, the Floki Inu (FLOKI) ad returned to the advertising media in London. At first, the coin-meme team found itself in a quandary because of its slogan, “LISTEN TO DOGE? GET THE FLOKI.” These slogans brought Floki Inu (FLOKI) into conflict with the Advertising Standards Authority.
It is alleged that cryptocurrency posters will appear on 100 buses on the streets of London and 203 advertising spaces on the London Underground. Now the information on them must comply with the requirements of the regulator.
Floki is very careful about compliance and working with regulators to make sure our ads comply with the law.
Our new campaign has received all the necessary permits and approvals from the relevant authorities even before its launch,” said a member of the Floki Inu team.
One such banner on the bus reads “Floki is not about politics, we’re about ecosystems,” which sounds rather vague.
The same can be said of the poster on the travel walls, which states that Floki Inu “works on Ethereum and BSC.” For unsophisticated users, there is too little information in this message.
The posters emphasize that digital assets are regulated in the United Kingdom, their value can rise and fall, and the gains are subject to capital gains tax. This describes the risks associated with investing in cryptocurrency.
When asked if this advertisement would help to learn more about Floki Inu, the team responded as follows :
We feel that there is a lot of misunderstanding about what Floki represents. Many people think that Floki is a meme coin whose name is the same as Elon Musk’s puppy name.
In doing so, they ignore other details and call Floki a memcoin without functionality, which is not true.