The 13 Biggest Celebrities Involved In The Bitcoin/Cryptocurrency Craze

Floyd Mayweather


The world’s biggest boxing star has been very vocal in his interest within the world of cryptocurrency. Taking to his Facebook page, Mayweather promoted Centra Token — a corporation specializing in blockchain products to store digital assets. Additionally, Mayweather went on Instagram to help raise interest for Hubii Network and Stox — a blockchain prediction markets platform.

Jamie Foxx


A serial entrepreneur, the clever Foxx has his hands in a number of lucrative enterprises. It comes as no surprise to see Foxx involved in cryptocurrency. On his personal Twitter account, Foxx promoted a free cryptocurrency trading exchange entitled Cobinhood. Based upon Foxx’s success with virtually everything he’s involved in, Cobinhood might be something worth checking out for those with an interest in the field.

50 Cent


50 Cent is a highly decorated businessman. As such, it comes as no surprise to see him become a pioneer for cryptocurrency and all that it has to offer. In 2014, he released an album entitled¬†Animal Ambition. While standard forms of currency were gladly accepted as payment for the music, 50 Cent became one of the first mainstream musicians to also accept Bitcoin as a payment method. Furthering the notion, 50’s Shopify store linked up with BitPay to broker the transactions.

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