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Going mainstream? Bitcoin makes it to John Cena’s Instagram

Published 3 years ago by Jasmine Solana

Going mainstream? Bitcoin makes it to John Cena’s Instagram

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People Also Read There’s no denying that Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies in general are steadily gaining the interest of people from all walks of life, so much so that even “You can’t see me” wrestler John Cena has seen it. On Thursday morning, the professional wrestler, reality star and entertainer posted a stock image of Bitcoin to his 7 million Instagram followers, gaining 50,611 likes at press time with no further input from Cena himself. This is the first time that Cena has showed an interest—at least on social media—on Bitcoin, but that attention is already enough to spark a discussion, particularly that of a possible short-term bubble. On Reddit, user LiThiuMElectro commented on the possibility of a “small bubble then a loss,” advising other users to “buckle your seat belts… and buy the dip in 7 days.” For user h0us, the bubble may cause Bitcoin’s price to jump to $7,000 before collapsing to $5,500—still way above the current price level of $4,700. “The best time to buy Bitcoin was a few years ago, the second best time is always now,” the poster recommended. Boxing champion Floyd Mayweather was recently reported promoting blockchain prediction platform Stox on his Instagram account, and even Mark Cuban, who previously said Bitcoin was in a bubble, announced he is participating in an ICO for esports betting operator Unikrn. There’s also Mike Tyson, who teamed up with Bitcoin Direct and launched the Mike Tyson Digital Wallet. Coin spectator is an automated news aggregation service. All copyrights belong to their respective owners. Images and text owned by copyright holders are used in reference to and promotion of those respective parties. Read in Full

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