The crypto circles have been enlivened with a new discussion – Should the popular GOT actress Masie Williams go long on Bitcoin?
Blockfolio suggests, ‘Join the free folk, go long on Bitcoin?’
Masie Williams seeks Twitter advice
Over a period of time, several noted celebrities have been swept away by Bitcoin, and joining the bandwagon is none other than Masie Williams, the popular English actress. Masie who is best known for her role in Game of Thrones as Arya Stark is all set to become a part of the Bitcoin wave.
In a Tweet made on Nov 16, the actress asked her 2.7 million followers whether she should go long on Bitcoin, and based on her request for advice, as of now 50.4% of the followers have advised her to invest in the crypto asset with 118,190 people responding. Williams has been a part of the performance industry for a long time and her estimated current net worth from her television and movie earnings is $6 million.
Crypto Twitter is abuzz
The mention of Twitter by a high-status celebrity has certainly added a new zing to the crypto Twitter circles who were quick to add in their thoughts about the entire matter. Peter McCormack who hosts the podcast, What Bitcoin did has advised that the actress should not consider putting her money in altcoins and has stated that she should think of only Bitcoin and nothing else. Barry Silbert also added in by saying that the actress should also check out other types of Grayscale as an investment in the different trusts maintained by the company.
Bitcoin – a safe hedge against inflation
2020 has certainly been the year of Bitcoin. Not just institutional investors but notable figures from the entertainment and finance industry have spoken a lot about it and invested in Bitcoin. People are now looking up to Bitcoin as a safe hedge against inflation and are considering it as a major alternative to cash and gold. Not that this reversal of fortunes was achieved without any fuss, because Dave Portnoy who joined the crypto world this year called it ‘one big Ponzi scheme’. In the last 24 hours, Bitcoin has increased by almost 6% and is slowly looking at the $17k figure.
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