about the origin of this video.
But it's certainly possible somebody paid for it to be produced. That doesn't mean anything. A company called BitInstant put up a giant Bitcoin billboard near a freeway in California from what I understand.
BitInstant, like I and any others that believe in Bitcoin want to see knowledge about it spread. Some people may do that different ways. But that's no different than me advising some old convalescent home residents to use the Internet because I believe in it, and think it would be a great experience for them. That doesn't mean I control or am behind the Internet. Make sense?
Bitcoin has about as much affiliation with Vision Victory (or ANYBODY) as the Internet has with them. Nobody controls the Internet, and nobody controls Bitcoin.