There's a problem with using green as opposed to orange in that people with the most common type of colour blindness (10% of the male population) can barely differentiate the two. A different colour should probably be used, like blue, cyan or purple.
I think that website took the logo from the ABC team, it certainly is not an official logo. There can't be an official logo in a distributed project.What about the tilting? On bitcoincash.org it tilts to the left.
I just can't bring myself to slant the B the other way it just doesn't work at all with the italic bitcoin text.I believe the slant of the B is wrong -- it should be slanted the other way.
removed the multiple languages as it looks like the translations contain too many errorsAbout the "Accepted here" stickers. I know some languages where the text is currently not what natives would say (they would giggle).
The NL one: "AANVAARD HIER" I would say "HIER GEACCEPTEERD".
The PL one: "SĄ AKCEPTOWANE TUTAJ" I would say "AKCEPTOWANE TUTAJ" (Są means "are").
The NO one seems wrong too. I'll ask a Norwegian tomorrow. should be "AKSEPTERES HER" (Godkjent means approved/verified.)
To be honest, I see russian, Polish and various others that just don't work with Bitcoin placed as the first word of this short sentence.
Is there any way to put the word Bitcoin below the sentence? The polish (PL) would then be; "Przyjmujemy [Bitcoin]"
As far as I'm aware the bcc ticker was already taken . I'll adjust the graphic when its clearer which is gaining traction .I love it, awesome work.
For clarification; Bitcoin Cash has as unit "BCC". We talk about "milli-Bccs" etc. This will not change, ever. Actual usages in applications use this. (See yours.org for instance).
As a completely different thing, separated by usage and concept is the currency abbreviation that is used in trading The industry is mostly using BCH. As this is a non-official tag anyway (see quote below), this will likely change again in future to have something that starts with X. Like Bitcoin has XBT already since years.
As such, I suggest using BCC where you currently use BCH.The XBT comes from an International Standards Organization (ISO) that keeps a list of currencies. If a currency is not associated with a country then it starts with an “X.” US Dollar is USD and Gold is XAU.
http://www.coindesk.com/bitcoin-gaining ... imacy-xbt/
Contact Jason@bitcoin.com and we will help fund and promote this outreach.Im going to PM you about helping me create bumper stickers that I will send out, free of charge, to thousands of supporters.
Nope, the initial guy that did the tilting did it wrongThe OPs images had the B tilted the wrong way.
Those people seem to do fine with the greenback USD right?There's a problem with using green as opposed to orange in that people with the most common type of colour blindness (10% of the male population) can barely differentiate the two. A different colour should probably be used, like blue, cyan or purple.
Yes!I really like the green logo. Goes well with the whole eco movement thing these days.
I believe the slant of the B is wrong -- it should be slanted the other way.
I just can't bring myself to slant the B the other way it just doesn't work at all with the italic bitcoin text.
What about the tilting? On bitcoincash.org it tilts to the left.
Yeah, BTC and BCH (or whatever) are both going towards the future at this point, and should be forward leaning.There can't be an official logo in a distributed project.
Personally I think the tilting is a big mistake, it is like the guy is backing up. Going away. It does not show confidence and it most likely was a 10 minute job by a developer and not a graphics artist that has any usability training...
Agreed!Nope, the initial guy that did the tilting did it wrongThe OPs images had the B tilted the wrong way.
The tilt-right in the initial logo was consistent with the italic of the actual text.
Tilting the logo to the left clearly shows the guy that did that is not a graphics designer as it looks very ugly.
OP (original poster) here clearly is a designer and refused to follow such folly.
Give it time, the rest of the industry will eventually follow and have logos that are NOT tilted to the left.
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