Since the emergence of cryptocurrency, the digital asset has continued to soar and break into new grounds, enjoying new recommendations, persistent adoption, and governments’ favor with friendly policies.
The most recent recommendation the digital asset got is one that is capable of changing the entire narrative around cryptocurrency. Popular TV series The Simpsons have joined the train in showing support and recommending Bitcoin and blockchain, dedicating a whole segment for the topic.
Simpsons Bitcoin segment featured in the popular series in the 31st season of the series episode 18. In a short section of the yet to release episode, it showed a Simpsonified Jim Parsons, the actor behind Sheldon in The Big Bang Theory, “explaining cryptocurrency.”
In the short segment, Parson talked about the importance of Blockchain in Bitcoin function and elaborated on how the chain works, the distribution processes, and how blocks are added to the chain. Reportedly, the segment seems not to capture all the fact it ought to have as eventually they joked knowing who satoshi was but won’t reveal his identity and wrote that “That is a total pile of cryptocurrency,” in a hilarious way.
Twitter reacts to Simpsons Bitcoin segment
Popular social media, Twitter, has remained a home for analysts, enthusiasts, and individuals who transact with cryptocurrency.
The community has also seized the opportunity to react to the Simpsons Bitcoin segment as they seem blown away, sharing the video clip everywhere. Also, nobody has analyzed how the crypto explanation in the series will shape public thought on the crypto world.
— Binance (@binance) February 23, 2020
Mass adoption? On tv 23rd February. https://t.co/OzmwrNxd8e
— Put Some Cream on It (@michael02020930) February 23, 2020
— News/ Media (@cryptoserum) February 23, 2020
— Alex Saunders (@AlexSaundersAU) February 23, 2020
Simpsons Bitcoin segment, CNN mention other crypto media recommendations impact on the industry
However, as crypto had continued to get recommendations from popular media like the Simpsons Bitcoin segment, popular CNN, statistics have shown that retail investors are turning back to invest in cryptocurrency. In January, CryptoKea, another crypto analyst, revealed that there was a hike in the number of people who searched “Buy Bitcoin.” Also, the number of people who Google search words like “altcoin”, “Bitcoin halving“,” Etherum” have continued to rise research reveals.
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