Bitcoin Accepted by High Profile Digital Advertising Agency Joystick Interactive

Bitcoin Accepted by High Profile Digital Advertising Agency Joystick Interactive

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Digital advertising agency Joystick Interactive is now accepting Bitcoin as payment for their work – offering a 20% discount to clients who pay with Bitcoin.

New York – April 3, 2014 /MM-BitcoinPR/ —

Joystick Interactive, a high profile advertising agency who works closely with clients like Google and Disney, has announced they will now be accepting Bitcoin as a payment method for their work. Joystick’s expertise includes creating compelling digital ad campaigns, mobile applications, and websites tailored to each client’s unique vision and needs. A global digital advertising agency with Joystick Interactive’s track record and client base is an unprecedented addition to the Bitcoin ecosystem. Joystick works continuously with iconic companies such as Google and Disney – amongst many others.

To celebrate embracing the future of money, Joystick is offering all clients paying in Bitcoin a generous 20% discount.

Joystick offers various services; drawing on their passion and expertise to devise custom digital marketing strategies which are highly beneficial for Bitcoin brands, agencies and publishers alike. Accepting Bitcoin is a continuation of Joystick’s ethos of ceaseless innovation, which underpins the company’s digital creative and production offerings.

Bitcoin is the first decentralized electronic currency not controlled by a single organization or government. It is a virtual form of currency that can be used to make payments over the Internet with low transaction fees and without involving a financial institution. It is used by people all over the world who are trading millions of dollars’ worth of Bitcoin every day; with no middle man and no credit card companies.

Joystick says the embryonic digital currency world of today reminds the founders of attributes of the digital advertising industry in its early years. Having followed the evolution of the digital creative industry, they appreciate the potential evolution of digital currency into mainstream business practices.

“As an agency with global clients and a focus on creative innovation, we recognize the need for innovation and growth in digital currency; just as there is in digital advertising” Chris Wilson, Joystick’s CEO said in a press release on Thursday.

By accepting Bitcoin and giving Bitcoin clients a 20% discount, Joystick has shown their commitment to contributing to the evolution of both Bitcoin and digital currencies as a whole. With their proven track record, previous high profile clients, experience in the digital advertising industry, and their acceptance of Bitcoin; Joystick Interactive may well be the premier digital advertising agency for Bitcoin and digital currency businesses across the globe.

About Joystick Interactive:
Joystick Interactive is a trusted full service agency led by veterans of the interactive advertising industry. They instill a consistent balance of design expertise, interactive best practices and technological innovation to a wide range of clients across the digital landscape. This expertise results in creating compelling digital ad campaigns, mobile applications, and websites. With offices in New York, Los Angeles, and London, as well as a presence in Asia, Joystick handles the creative and production needs for a global marketplace.

For more information about us, please visit http://joystickinteractive.com

Contact Info:
Name: Chris Wilson
Email: chris@joystickinteractive.com
Phone: 1-646-597-6558
Organization: Joystick Interactive

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