A new song by Eminem, "Not Alike," available on Spotify, notes that "Everyone makes bitcoins" in a series of sentences that describe contemporary life.
The song, which provides an extensive use of swear words and references to violence, is one of the many references to cryptocurrency in modern culture.
Eminem is not the first rapper to refer to bitcoins. In 2014, Toby + Decap wrote "Welcome To The Blockchain", a song that states "Power corrupts and money is power." The song said that inflation is a tax that steals the money of its value and has criticized the bank reserve, claiming that "Our money is debt / I have to repay it more than one hundred percent."
they are the only artists who notice bitcoins a day today.
Hollywood Movie Planned
Cryptocurrency should get one of its biggest increases in visibility with the upcoming Hollywood film, "Crypto", which deals with money laundering, with Alexis Bledel of Gilmore Girls and Kurt Russell. The plot of the film also includes hacking and Internet security.
At the end of last year, while bitcoin was earning major gains, an episode of the US television show "The Big Bang Theory" brought a bitcoin plot when the brilliant characters tried to find bitcoins they had pulled out several years before , as told in Yahoo. When they finally recover the lost laptop, they discover that the bitcoin has been downloaded on a flash drive on a keychain that has been lost for a long time.
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Musicians Take The Lead
Musicians have been the most attentive to cryptocurrency over the years.
Tatiana Moroz, singer-songwriter, launched a coin called Tatianacoin with an album last year. He originally raised funds in 2014 with the help of Adam B. Levine from Let's Talk Bitcoin and organized an ICO through CoinPowers, his mission is to bring together musicians and fans using blockchain technology.
Country singer John Barrett in 2016 wrote "Ode a Satoshi" in honor of the legendary founder of bitcoin, who called a person who "came to save the day".
Naomi Brockwell in 2016 wrote a song called "Bitcoin Girl", based on Billy Joel's "Uptown Girl" to raise awareness of bitcoin
In 2012, singer Kryptina set a song for "Love You Like A" Song "by Selena Gomez that Kryptina titled" Love You Like Bitcoin ". The song has enhanced the virtues of bitcoin, including the elimination of double spending and cryptography.
In 2015, the film, "Dope," about a misfit in high school named Malcolm talks about bitcoin which is the only currency that people will use. The character and his friends use bitcoins to buy drugs.
Popular culture clearly reflects the growing awareness of cryptocurrency.
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