Highly popular hip-hopper Soulja Boy is one of the many crypto loving celebrities who have openly rallied for Bitcoin and other digital assets.
The “Bitcoin” singer has now asked his fans whether he should think about launching his own cryptocurrency.
Soulja Boy Strikes Conversation on Twitter
Soulja Boy Tellme or DeAndre Cortez Way gained popularity three years ago when he created a song called Bitcoin. Now the rapper struck some interesting conversation with his followers on Twitter, asking them whether he should launch his own token. He initiated the Twitter thread and called out several prominent crypto players in the discussion. He also asked the Twitter crypto community about what is the best way to procure crypto tokens in the United States.
With more than five million followers on Twitter, Soulja Boy was able to kickstart an exciting conversation regarding cryptocurrency. His millions of followers quickly joined the conversation, and the post started trending. The leading names in the crypto industry were instantly attracted to his trending post, and big names like Binance CEO Changpend Zhao tried to convince Soulja boy to use their platform. He also received replies from the official handles of exchanges like eToro, OKcoin, etc. Tyler Winklevoss, the co-founder of Gemini, also replied to his tweet. Soulja Boy said that he would explore the various platforms.
He further incited more engagement in the conversation and asked the community if he should create his own crypto. Jordon Spence recommended that he creates unique NFTs, which would be cool and not shallow. Spencer also took a jibe and said that he should try something which “does not potentially draw the attention of the SEC.” Other users on Twitter advised Soulja to take Spence’s advice and understand NFTs.
Soulja Boy gained popularity with his famous rap Bitcoin, in which he talked about his Bitcoin purchase. He called out a girl in the song to end her relationship with her boyfriend and boasted of stacking bitcoins and having money.
The rapper showed renewed interest in cryptocurrency and most likely may launch his own crypto following the path of rapper Lil Yatchy, who hinted on launching his token YachtyCoin.
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