Joseph Kahn, a music video director who has worked for the world’s leading pop stars for more than two decades, has announced that cryptocurrency trading is his new favorite hobby.
After claiming that he spent last month trading in cryptocurrency, Kahn assumed a profit of about $ 450.
On June 1, Kahn took to Twitter, announcing that he had spent the last month trading in cryptocurrencies. A screenshot shows Cannes’ portfolio valued at $ 7,949, with the
‘new trader’ claiming to have gained 6% since investing $ 7,500 a month ago.
Kahn claims to have currently made a ” cashout “, with approximately half of his portfolio currently tied to open orders for Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH) at lower price levels.
“If anyone has any ideas about cryptocurrency, I’m open ,” Kahn added on Twitter.
Pop stars associated with crypto
Since founding production company SuperMega Media in 1999, Cannes has worked with many of the biggest stars in popular music, including Lady Gaga, 50 Cent, Eminem, Taylor Swift and many more – several of whom have found momentary fame within the cryptosphere.
In December 2019, a botnet for digging Monero (XMR) was discovered , hidden behind JPEG images of Taylor Swift. At the time, the bot network in question, MyKings, had taken XMR worth $ 3 million through a wide variety of attacks targeting Windows systems.
When Eminem released its tenth album, Kamikaze, in August 2018, cryptocurrency bureaus noted that the ninth song of the song “Not Alike” includes lyrics about Bitcoin – showing the popularity of cryptocurrency in mainstream culture after the bull market in 2017. .
50 Cent claims to make millions from Bitcoin and declares bankruptcy
In 2014, Curtis ’50 Cent ‘Jackson adopted Bitcoin as a payment method for his fifth studio album’ Animal Ambition ‘. The rapper sold nearly 80,000 copies of the album for $ 5.50 each on BTC – collected about 700 BTC.
In January 2018, 50 Cent claimed to have forgotten about its bitcoins, following media estimates that its ambitious prize was valued at over $ 7 million. The following month, however, Jackson claimed that he had never owned a single Bitcoin in court since bankruptcy.