The recent bitcoin frenzy has brought mainstream exposure to the crypto industry, and several well-known celebrities around the world have been shilling for bitcoin. The famous American stand-up comedian Norm Macdonald has revealed that he also owns bitcoin. Answering a Twitter user’s question about what his crypto portfolio looks like in terms of %, Norm replied, “nearly all BTC.” The famous stand-up comedian also answered random questions about different cryptocurrencies on Twitter.
nearly all btc https://t.co/bzSAvExVag
— Norm Macdonald (@normmacdonald) February 12, 2021
Norm Macdonald also praises altcoins for their utility.
Responding to a question about what are his thoughts on the crypto REN, Norm replied, “the alts I love have utility and of course, you must diversify in such a volatile market as DEFI. But look up its utility. I don’t feel right speaking about REN as I purchased a dark node last summer.” When asked for how long is he going to hold bitcoin, Norm replied, “forever.” He also mentioned that all altcoins he holds would go back to BTC and ETH. “Everything goes back to BTC and eth. Need a bit of a dip before getting back in, that’s all,” the stand-up comedian tweeted.
Bitcoin continues to gain mainstream exposure.
The leading cryptocurrency has witnessed a massive winning rally this year as it continues to gain more mainstream exposure. The recent boost in the price of the cryptocurrency came after Tesla invested $1.5 billion in bitcoin. At the time of writing, BTC is changing hands at just above $47,600. Earlier today, Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao tweeted that the mainstream celebrities shilling bitcoin in 2021 have 5M followers, 8M followers, one even has 40M followers as compared to 2018 when celebrities shilling bitcoins were not that mainstream.
If you ask what's different between 2018 and 2021.
2018. Crypto OGs shilling. No one had over 500k followers back then.
2021. Mainstream celebrities shilling. 5M followers, 8M followers, one even has 40M followers.
— CZ 🔶 Binance (@cz_binance) February 12, 2021