The well-known youtuber KSI (actually: Olajide Olayinka Williams “JJ” Olatunji) expressed his support and belief in the bitcoin ecosystem. When asked what he would have done if he had been “Prime Minister” of Great Britain, he replied that Would give to anyone [część] bitcoin worth 100 pounds “ in the form of a broader stimulus package.
KSI: BTC is the future
– I think bitcoin is the future. It will surely be long term, but in ten years the people who have invested [w BTC]will be satisfied KSI said during the interview he gave GQ Magazine portal.
Youtuber also entered the topic of fiat currency inflation. He pointed out that the BTC price is immune to manipulation that leads to a decline in the value of ordinary money. He noticed that “you can’t increase the amount of bitcoins, and this [zjawisko] it has its value ”.
Previously, KSI invested £ 2 million ($ 2.7 million) in cryptocurrencies, including bitcoin. At one point, his investment was worth £ 7 million ($ 9.74 million). Youtuber admitted, however, that he ultimately lost a lot of savings in the cryptocurrency market.
The influencer also stated that the public cannot predict bitcoin’s growth potential and is following an “in and out” strategy.
In turn, recalling his previous investments in cryptocurrencies, KSI stated that he fully understood the BTC market and blamed himself for the loss he suffered.
Youtubers and BTC
Youtubers are more and more willing to use the benefits guaranteed by cryptocurrencies and blockchain.
At the beginning of this year, youtuber Mr. Beast joined almost 1 million other verified publishers of the Brave browser. Earlier, he reportedly earned a significant amount of his money by investing in cryptocurrencies. He created, among others BTC content. His channel then gained popularity. He himself reportedly bought a $ 100,000 car, which he managed to finance using cryptocurrencies.
For some time, the largest independent YouTube creator, Felix Kjellberg, better known to the world as PewDiePie, also used the blockchain streaming platform DLive. In 2020, however, he ended cooperation with the platform to return to his roots – YouTube.
DLive is a platform and the largest live broadcasting community that uses blockchain technology. It is partially in competition with YouTube.