Bitcoin: Gene Simmons, lead singer of rock band Kiss, revealed that he owns Bitcoin (BTC) and 13 altcoins. He also revealed that he hasn’t sold at all since the cryptocurrency market’s downturn. So Gene Simmons is a serious “hodler”. Here are the details…
- 1 Gene Simmons does not sell Bitcoin and altcoins
- 2 Simmons expressed his love for Cardano
- 3 Simmons puts his house up for sale for cryptocurrency
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Gene Simmons does not sell Bitcoin and altcoins
Gene Simmons has once again confirmed that he is a hodler and has not sold any of the 14 cryptocurrencies since the crypto market collapsed. Simmons is an Israeli-born American musician, singer, songwriter, actor and producer. He was the lead singer, bassist and lead singer of the rock band Kiss, which he founded with lead singer and guitarist Paul Stanley. According to IMDB, Simmons has appeared in movies and TV 121 times. He tweeted that he was a hodler every Wednesday. He also added:
I haven’t sold a single position since the drop. I believe in the future. Near future.
He then tweeted that he owns Litecoin (LTC) and 13 other cryptocurrencies. While Simmons didn’t reveal what cryptocurrencies he owns on Wednesday, he said he owns Bitcoin (BTC), Litecoin (LTC), Ethereum (ETH), Dogecoin (DOGE), XRP and Cardano (ADA) in February last year.
Simmons expressed his love for Cardano
He said he liked Cardano at the time because it cost less than $1. Thus, he stated that anyone can invest. The singer stated that Bitcoin is expensive in comparison. That’s why she said it’s “beyond the reach of most people.” However, he stressed that investors should do their own research before investing in any cryptocurrency and recommends:
Of course, it’s always up to you to do research.
In an interview in May, Simmons said he finds himself thinking most about cryptocurrency. Simmons believes that cryptocurrencies are truly a breakthrough field. Simmons used the following statements in the interview:
Yes, it’s a game changer. I am seriously in this field. I did very well. Governments, as you know, now print money when they need it. Therefore, inflation is growing.”
Simmons puts his house up for sale for cryptocurrency
AmkNews.com As we reported, in February, Simmons put his $13.5 million Las Vegas home up for sale. He said buyers can pay with cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Uniswap, Polkadot and Aave. Simmons also recently used the following statements:
I have been an outspoken advocate of cryptocurrency from the very beginning. This is the future of money and it makes sense to offer interested parties the option to use cryptocurrency to purchase the property.
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