Popular point guard of the Golden State Warriors, Stephen Curry, asked his 15.5 million followers for some “advice” about crypto. Curry said he was “just getting started” and many people gave advice to the professional basketball player.
Stephen Curry gets “advice” from Crypto Twitter
Well-known athletes, celebrities and musicians around the world have dealt with digital currencies and asked fans for tips. Bitcoin.com News recently reported on the American rapper Busta Rhymes, who asked about cryptocurrencies and whether or not to “shop”. Former world heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson asked his fans if they prefer Bitcoin (BTC) or Ethereum (ETH). The Legally Blonde star, actress Reese Witherspoon, told her 2.9 million Twitter followers who she just bought Ethereum. Witherspoon said:
Just bought my first ETH. Let’s do the #cryptotwitter
Now the Star Point Guard for the Golden State Warriors, Stephen Curry, tweeted about cryptocurrencies and seeks advice. “I’m just getting started with the crypto game … do you all have any advice?” Curry asked on September 7th. Of course, Curry received a lot of responses from crypto supporters demanding their preferred blockchain-based assets of shillings. One person said to ignore what people are saying on crypto twitter. “Yes. Ignore any Twitter crypto advice,” the person answered to curry. A number of others seized the opportunity Asking the star of the Golden State Warriors for an interview about crypto.
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Michael Saylor, CEO of Microstrategy told Curry to send him a direct message if necessary. “Steph, I spent over a thousand hours thinking about this question and settling on Bitcoin,” said Saylor. “So far, I’ve bought more than $ 3 billion in BTC because I think this is the future of digital ownership. I’ve posted tons of free Bitcoin training on Hope.com (or DM me). ”Aside from comments from people telling Curry why he should buy this or that crypto asset, bitcoin maximalists – as usual – had to and those who support a variety of alternative blockchains, throw in tribal shadow comments and argue in Curry’s Twitter thread.
The financial writer Frances Coppola called “Not” on Curry’s tweet and Alex Gladstein from the Human Rights Foundation noticed: “Consider giving small gifts in Bitcoin to charities that are important to you and that you support on condition that they cannot spend it for 4 years.” Numerous people commented on the fact that Curry is a non-fungible token ( NFT) of the Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) as a Twitter profile picture. While some loved the BAYC profile picture, others disliked the NFT picture.
“Take the silly monkey off your profile, it’s like waving an idiot flag”, the well-known Bitcoin artist called “Fractal Encrypt” wrote. “Next, do intensive research and learn more about the dichotomy Bitcoin vs. Sh ** coin,” added the artist. Contrary to such comments, NFT fans shuffled their favorite BAYC NFTs and urged the professional basketball player to check out other NFT collections.
With all the tribalism, shillings of coins, and various NFT collections, perhaps the best advice Stephen Curry got from Twitter was to “ignore any Twitter crypto advice.” At the time of writing, this specific response to Curry has nearly 20,000 likes and hundreds of retweets.
What do you think of the Golden State Warriors NBA star asking for advice on crypto? Let us know what you think on his recent tweet and the mixed responses in the comments section below.
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