Kevin Hart Jokes Bitcoin and Ethereum Are Voodoo Money

Sunday 25 October 2020, 11:55 AM AEST - 1 month ago

Prominent comedian and actor Kevin Hart just discussed Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other crypto assets during a livestream for MDA USA. MDA is an organization that aims to help those affected by muscular dystrophy, ALS, and other diseases related to neuronuscular mehavior. Hart is honored to host this event:

To have the opportunity to revive it, change it and still, of course, fulfill the cause at hand as well as bring some awareness to other things that are going on, I just felt it was a great moment, he said to CNN on the matter.

Kevin Hart Talks Bitcoin

As first noted by the crypto charity/non-profit organization The Giving Block, comedian Kevin Hart just briefly mentioned Bitcoin in the MDA Kids Telethon.

When he was asked by one of his celebity friends, Jay Ellis, if MDA accepts Bitcoin, Ethereum, or any of those cryptocurrencies, Hart responded with confusion. He joked these cryptocurrencies are voodoo money:

We dont take the voodoo. So if youre out here trying to give us the voodoo money, we dont, what? We do take the voodoo. Oh wait, this is actually take cryptocurrencies β€” Im told its a legit investment worth almost $250 billion. Okay yeah, we do take it. Ok, we take it.

🚨BREAKING🚨 – @KevinHart4real just shouted out #Bitcoin, #Ethereum and other #Crypto LIVE while hosting the @MDAorg telethon.

He called it "voodoo money" at first before announcing they accept it πŸ˜‚πŸ€£

β€” The Giving Block (@TheGivingBlock) October 25, 2020

This comes shortly after Kanye West, the world-famous artist and designer, discussed Bitcoin with Joe Rorgan. He said yesterday in a recent episode of the podcast:

A lot of the tech guys can use these new highways, these new information highways, to create the next frontier of humanity.

West ...

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