Top Crypto Celebrities
Since cryptocurrency is receiving more attention every single day and gradually taking over the modern world as we know it, crypto talks start to flourish on social media.
Central bankers around the world are weighing the introduction of a new kind of digital money, setting a future trend for cryptos. Governments are considering how digital currencies could be introduced alongside, or even replace, fiat currency.
The crypto believers claim that blockchain-based finance is the future. This change would obviously require obvious time.
This, however, did not stop our celebrities from actively investing into cryptos and NFTs, as well as playing investors on Twitter.
Here are the most interesting celebrities who recently decided to cash in on the crypto bandwagon.
We already wrote that Trevor George Smith Jr., better known as Busta Rhymes, turned bullish on Bitcoin and became a hodler overnight. The prominent rapper reportedly made his decision after watching the B Word conference with Elon Musk, Jack Dorsey and Cathie Wood.
It is obvious that cryptocurrencies are a fairly new topic for Busta and it’s rather difficult to understand for a person far from trading. This makes Busta Rhymes' tweets all the more logical that this subject should be introduced in schools. Hopefully it will happen soon.
“All movin targets, I got you open like supermarkets” - Busta Rhymes, 1996
All jokes aside, I’m loving the vibe and energy of learning educative conversations. It all correlates to success and powerful thinking.— Busta Rhymes (@BustaRhymes) July 16, 2021
My question is ..
are they teaching or planning to teach #crytpo is school ? What grade would be acceptable ?
Another heavyweight celebrity addicted to crypto is the famous and scandalous Logan Paul, YouTuber and now also a boxer. After launching his own NFT and then selling it for $5 million he joins our crypto celebrities list.
Logan Paul made $3,540,456 in 1 day.— TZ (Tiffany Zhong) 🏝️ (@TZhongg) February 20, 2021
• Dropped the 1st Logan Paul NFT yesterday
• 3000 NFTs available
• Price: 1 ETH per NFT (1 ETH = $1998 rn)
• Sold 1772 NFTs so far
• $1M in sales in first 30 min
• 3 buyers will win 1st Edition Pokemon Pack (~$40K) pic.twitter.com/FuLdZYaNnW
However, Logan Paul is haunted by more than good news. Allegedly he introduced to his audience a new Dink Doink token, which turned out to be an ordinary scam. Dink Doink price began to decline right after the launch.
This new shitcoin that Logan Paul and his goons are promoting is owned almost completely by whales. 80% is owned by the top 100 wallets.— Coffeezilla (@coffeebreak_YT) June 28, 2021
Good job ripping off your fans fellas pic.twitter.com/Ldf1uvp3JW
Following his passion for Pokémon, Paul dropped super rare collectible cards on his YouTube channel. Paul sold for millions a limited number of digital images of Pokémon NFT cards. Much could be said about this person, but you have to admit that he can make a fortune out of nothing.
cryptocurrency is so fucking exciting— Logan Paul (@LoganPaul) March 14, 2021
Ashton Kutcher, a well-known angel investor, could not bypass the crypto frenzy of the decade. Kutcher invested in Bitcoins despite the skepticism of his wife Mila Kunis. Recently Ashton Kutcher has uploaded a video featuring his wife and Vitalik Buterin explaining Ethereum from his lounge room.
Such an unexpected cameo shouldn't be too much of a surprise, since actor and venture capitalist Ashton Kutcher is a longtime Ethereum fan. Well, at least he tweeted about Ethereum back in 2014, we came in for a fair bit of Fed criticism.
Ashton Kutcher also owns Sound Ventures, which runs Unikrn, a digital e-sports betting platform. In other words, the guy is plugged in.
Like Ashton Kutcher, Paris Hilton also has a longstanding interest in crypto and also personally knows Ethereum founders. She discovered the crypto world back in 2016. Original It-girl Paris Hilton called cryptocurrencies "definitely the future."