Is actress Maisie Williams becoming a Bitcoiner?
„Join the Free People, you must go long on Bitcoin,“ Blockfolio told the Game of Thrones actress.
English actress Maisie Williams, best known for her role as Arya Stark in the HBO series Game of Thrones, could join the Bitcoin train.
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In a November 16 message posted on Twitter, the actress asked her 2.7 million followers if she should go on „largo en Bitcoin. By the time this editorial office closes, the majority, 50.4%, advise her to invest in cryptoactive with 118,190 people answering her question. Williams has an estimated net worth of $6 million from his work in the world of television and film.
should i go long on bitcoin ?
– Maisie Williams (@Maisie_Williams) November 16, 2020
The high-profile celebrity’s mention of Bitcoin (BTC) caused a stir among cryptology enthusiasts on Twitter, while other figures rushed to participate in her question.
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Peter McCormack, host of the What Bitcoin Did podcast, suggested to Williams that she avoid altcoins at all costs, saying „Bitcoin and nothing else“ to the actress. However, cryptic terms abounded that crossed with Game of Thrones references, as Blockfolio told Williams that he should „join the Free People“ by going long on Bitcoin. Barry Silbert joined the party, suggesting the actress take a look at the „other kind of Grayscale,“ referring to a disease in the series while looking to make a pun on the name of the crypto money fund investment company.
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Bitcoin’s adoption among entertainment and financial bigwigs has seen a huge increase this 2020 as many seek to cover themselves from inflation and digital alternatives to cash. Trader Dave Portnoy briefly joined the crypto community this year, but later labeled Bitcoin as „a great Ponzi scheme.
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At the time of publication of this article, the price of Bitcoin is USD 16,770, registering a 5.7% increase in the last 24 hours.