Blockchain Cities, Bitcoin Newbies, and Twitter Trolling by Cointelegraph
Celebrities and Crypto in 2020: Blockchain Cities, Bitcoin Newbies, and Twitter Trolling
Celebrities have long been used to promote brands, products, and services with varying degrees of success, and the cryptocurrency space has been no exception to this practice. In the past few years they have been the biggest names in the entertainment world made waves in the crypto room to support or invest in projects, tokens and companies. Some stayed, others left, and some have landed in hot water for their forays into the crypto kettle.
In 2020, a number of celebrities from different walks of life have also entered the fray and, as usual, the cryptocurrency community has been dismayed by the newcomers and their involvement. So let’s take a look at the most notable celebrities who joined, those who left, and those who showed increased interest in the cryptocurrency ecosystem in 2020.
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