Famous songwriter, producer, and DJ, Shane Lee Lindstrom told his fans that he had bought Bitcoins.
There seems to be a strong bond between the celebrities and the legendary cryptocurrency leader, Bitcoin.
Shane Lee, globally popular with his professional name “MurdaBeatz”, has recently informed fans that he had bought Bitcoin.
MurdaBeatz who hails from Canada is famous for producing hit records after records. However, the celebrity came into the limelight of news when he told the public that he too has bought cryptocurrency.
The relationship between the famous celebrities and the cryptocurrencies is growing. It is sometimes used also to promote the brand name as well. In the case of Bitcoin, most are of the view that this is yet another branding for Bitcoin.
However, the celebrity told on Tuesday that he is happy that he has invested in Bitcoin. He also stated that soon after he bought the cryptocurrency, its prices went up suddenly on this Friday. Bitcoin was traded for over and above US$ 10,500 but only last night it went high as US$ 11,000.
MurdaBeatz is not the first celebrity who bought Bitcoins or other cryptocurrencies. Earlier in the past megastars such as Snoop Dogg, 50 Cent and Nas also told that they had joined the crypto world.
In a response from his twitter account followed by over 250 thousand followers, he tweeted that he bought a few Bitcoins.
Shane is part of the music industry for many years and has produced numerous hit records for many known rappers. He currently has a net worth value exceeding US$ 2.6 million approximately.
In his tweet, Shane told that his colleague artists Anthony Pompliano and Jermane Prime insisted him to buy some Bitcoins. He thanked his colleagues on twitter for bringing instant profit to him.
After reading his tweet, many Bitcoin patrons appreciated the artists. Some of them advised him that he should buy more Bitcoin because he will double his investment in two years.
After Murda Beatz informed his audience that he bought bitcoin, several of his followers welcomed his decision and some suggested him not to store his crypto-asset on any centralized exchange.