KISS bassist Gene Simmons recently responded to a tweet from Gemini Cryptocurrency Exchange co-founder Cameron Winklevoss, sparking speculation online.
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Cameron Winklevoss stated in a tweet in mid-September that it was easier Bitcoin and Ether to buy if you are already in the old system. – Trading Bitcoin with Plus 500 – that’s how it works. 76.4% of retail investor accounts lose money when using this provider Trade CFDs. You should carefully consider whether you can afford the high risk of losing your money. – For those who do not have a bank account, it is difficult to transfer money in cryptocurrencies. That has to be changed.
It’s easier to buy #Bitcoin and Ether if you are already in the old system. If you don’t have a bank account, it’s hard to get funds into crypto. We need to change this.
– Cameron Winklevoss (@cameron) September 15, 2020
KISS star Gene Simmons then retweeted the post and commented: “I will. I’m in.”
I will. I am. https://t.co/GQJMpDUYCH
– Gene Simmons (@genesimmons) September 15, 2020
Now one could look bullish on Simmon’s comment and assume that mass adoption will come. However, some Twitter users were also curious as to whether a KISS coin might come out. There is also speculation about Simmons’ plans to facilitate access to Bitcoin. So far, he has not answered any questions about an explanation of what the KISS bassist is up to. What exactly Simmons means by his statement remains questionable for the time being.
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Gene Simmons’ tweet was not the first time he had spoken about Bitcoin. In an interview with The Street in 2017, he already stated that he was interested in Bitcoin, but only as part of the (investment) “puzzle”, as he preferred to diversify his investments. Finanzen.net editorial team