Connolly of Entourage wants to bring Bitcoin to American TV
According to previous Ethereum World News reports, Mati Greenspan, eToro's internal cryptor researcher, once said that the lack of appropriate, undistorted and easy-to-understand education has slowed down the adoption of Bitcoin ( BTC).
And it seems that some have resumed the comments of Greenspan, with BreakerMag supported by SingularDTV who recently revealed that Kevin Connolly of "Entourage", a popular American television series, revealed that he would join the cast of "Cryptos", a television project presumably still in "early development".
Speaking with Breaker in an interview at the North American Bitcoin Conference in Miami, Connolly revealed that the curiosity surrounding the cryptography is there, and that "Cryptos" will capitalize on this interest and turn it into something positive.
Jason King and Eirk Sords, called "true believers in Breaker's potential blockchain", will produce the show and put their experience into the broader blockchain industry to good use. Breaker described the show as follows:
Like "Entourage", "Cryptos" focuses on a small group of friends as they browse into a ruthless industry. Unable to finance films by traditional means, they launch a decentralized token and film studio, challenging the studio's establishment.
This went south … Real Quick
While Connolly and his colleagues seem committed to making "Cryptos" a reality, many "real" fanatics and fanatics of Bitcoin have quickly brought their respective feeds on Twitter to make fun of the amazing and innovative venture. In fact, almost every single cryptocurrency known on Twitter, including The Crypto Dog, Boogie, among others, had something to say about it.
Boogie, a journalist friend of Bitcoin, content creator, a meme artist, has quickly revisited the poster of "Cryptos", imposing the faces of the most famous commentators of encryption on the image of every crack. Boogie even joked that those who are not on the poster "may be extra".
The real Crypto TV show.
If you're not on the poster, you can be an extra 😉 pic.twitter.com/2nR4X5Q5FK
– ฿ oogiecrypto ✪ (@BoogieCrypto) 19 January 2019
Whitney Merrill, a privacy / infosec lawyer at Electronic Arts and a self-proclaimed fighter for "privacy, digital civil liberties and users," made it clear that the concept of the show was titled incorrectly, pointing out that "cryptography means cryptography ". "
Tommy Mustache, a "crypto warrior for life" and a passionate fan of Tron (TRX), made his poster, parodying the iconic "Goodfellas" poster with images of Charlie Lee, Changpeng Zhao of Binance and Justin Sun.
I heard a new movie Crytpo Hollywood was released. In Asia, they already already had a Triad Crypto TV program. pic.twitter.com/6WY4GXLeLI
– Tommy Mustache (@ tommyp408) 19 January 2019
The Crypto Dog, a Bitcoin trader, chartist and commentator with over 100,000 followers on Twitter, has made fun of current industry narratives, joking that this "summer bust (chain)" will follow "five investors institutions trying to pump their ICO to the moon. "This, of course, is in reference to the overwritten projects, the abundance of ICOs trying to turn into a quick pay, and the Wall Street narrative that has taken 39; assault this community. Dog added that "the band", the five stars, will need "some real Job Trial for HODL together" so they will not get "rekt".
"The blockade of this summer (chain) buster" CRYPTOS "will follow 5 institutional investors looking to pump their ICO onto the moon.
The band will need a real test of work to do it together and will no longer feel involved in this forked industry! " pic.twitter.com/ZeVc15VWND
– The Crypto Dog📈 (@TheCryptoDog) 19 January 2019
Capitulative Cronkite, another pseudonym trader, echoed Dog's little joke, joking that a realistic representation of Crypto's influential would go as follows:
"Here is Jimmy, known as CryptoAdamSandler for his group members, he's still behind his computer, he's angry again, he's staring at a chart again."
Panama Crypto also made a one-minute parody trailer, taking clips from "Wolf Of Wall Street", "Silicon Valley" and other finance-centric and television-based hits to effectively beat the concept.
In any case, the bottom line is that "Cryptos" is not popular, and could do more to give this sector a negative image, rather than a cheerful front.
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