10 Celebrities Who Support Cryptocurrency
Has a very long history of entrepreneurial success. The Rapper confessed that in 2014 he allowed people to purchase his album Animal Ambition using Bitcoin. He admitted to have forgotten about this until just recently when he noticed the market was booming.
The domestically abusive Boxing Champion, has previously taken to facebook to urge millions of his followers and fans to participate in the Centra Token ICO, last September. Centra is currently in the middle of a class action lawsuit, they allegedly violated U.S Security Laws.
The Social Media Celeb and International Poker Player has told fans he purchased a “shitload” of bitcoin at approx $2300 early 2017.
The Heiress of the Hilton Dynasty backed the LydianCoin ICO early 2017. “Looking forward to participating in the new @LydianCoinLtd Token!” Hilton tweeted.
The Actor and computer Scientist of That 70’s Show Fame is a current bitcoin backer and expressed his excitement about decentralised TechCrunch Conference. At a TechCrunch conference several years ago, Kutcher spoke glowingly of the “decentralized technology” that makes Bitcoin possible. “The notion that we could civically monitor each other in an anonymous way actually keeps the anonymity of the Internet. We don’t have to worry about Big Brother,” he said. “And that same infrastructure that built out Bitcoin could be used in the security industry for mass good.”
Rapper Nas has reportedly invested in numerous startups including the Crypto Exchange Coinbase
The Oscar Award Winning Actor and Musician Jamie Foxx joined the crypto race early 2017. Tweeting in promotion of Cobinhood, A trading exchange.
Another Boxing Champion that has backed Bitcoin. He has even gone as far as to start his own company called Mike Tyson Bitcoin which is a Bitcoin ATM as well as Crypto Wallet. “In a few years from now Bitcoin and other digital currency are going to be a normal part of our monetary systems,” Tyson said in a press release for his App.
Donald Glover aka. Childish Gambino is a massive Bitcoin and Blockchain backer. In 2013 the Atlanta, Community and Star Wars Star proclaimed his admiration for Bitcoin in a 2013 interview. “I know a lot of people are skeptical, but I feel like if everything’s going to live online, why not Bitcoins?” he said. “Being backed by gold seems very old and nostalgic to me.”
The Wu Tang Clan MC has previously Invest in Cream Capital, which hopes to build what it claims will be the largest network of crypto ATMs. Their CEO Brett Westbrook told CBS that Ghostface was in fact a partner, not an endorser.
Hip Hop Musician and Cannabis industry investor previously said he was hoping to start a Cannabis revolution with Blockchain.