The Karmacoin community has chosen this logo, which if one looks closely, will see two elephants in a yin-yang like form.
In India, the most widely worshiped Hindu god deity is Lord Ganesha: The Elephant God. He is one of five prime Hindu deities. Ganesh, as he is commonly called, is an elephant-headed god who has an extensive legend. He represents “perfect wisdom” and is highly loved and worshiped by his devotees.
The coin was decided upon by the coin’s community on Reddit. Where the Karmacoin Project Leader comments:
The logo must be “pretty good” when starting out, and then people get used to it and it becomes something that creates connections with people emotionally. We should not turn people off with our logo.
We can get people to warm up to Karmacoin with the above logo. It can be something that people can trust, take seriously, and ask, “hmm.. what is this Karmacoin thing?”
This comes as the first big change since the developers announced a schedule of happening for the rest of March, which appears to include quite a lot of advertising and public relations efforts — something more coins might wish to consider investing more into.
What do you make of the new logo? Leave a comment below.