Not everyday should be a happy wife, happy life in cryptocurrencies.
Hollywood actress Mila Kunis announces a major revelation saying she has been using Bitcoin for eight years now, ever since her husband, Ashton Kutcher, tells her to do so. Just like many, Kunis first thought that the idea of cryptocurrencies are ‘horrible.’ Thanks to her husband, she quickly changed her mind. And the actress said she’s now happy with her decision.
Want to try Bitcoin?
Compared eight years ago, the idea of cryptocurrencies– or mainly Bitcoin– was not that impressive for most people. The majority do not know how it works, how to invest, or even how you can earn to it. Now, everyone wants to hop in to this idea.
For some people, bitcoin is a new adventure. However, for Hollywood power couple, Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher, bitcoin is no longer a new thing. In fact, they have been using the platform for nearly a decade now.
In a BitcoinNews.com report, actress Mila Kunis reveals in the The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Thursday, that she has been using Bitcoin for years now. Thanks to her husband, Ashton, whom was also known as a business enthusiast, she finally tried investing on cryptocurrencies. Turns out, after almost a decade now, she was surprised to see her investments becoming bigger and bigger everyday.
“The best part about him is he is really smart about including me in everything and making sure that I am aware of everything that is happening,” Kunis shared. “He is also really smart at knowing that, sometimes, you shouldn’t listen to your wife.”
“It’s ludicrous and yet here we are. And, I Airbnb everything, I Uber everywhere, and I use cryptocurrencies. So guess what, I’ve never been happier to be wrong.
Don’t listen to your wife!
Kunis admitted that she first hesitated the idea of an online currency that was not FDIC-insured. Luckily, Kutcher remained firm in explaining to her about the history of Bitcoin, and how it can bring profit to people in the future.
“Early into our dating, two things came up,” Kunis described. They were Uber and Bitcoin. After listening to him explaining that Uber is “like a cab company but anybody can drive the cab,” Kunis said, “That’s the worst idea ever.” When he asked her to try the service out, she panicked. “I was like, ‘You’re going to put me in a car with a stranger? What is wrong with you?’ I was furious at him,” she recalled.
Bitcoin rebounds again!
In a similar news about Bitcoin, Bloomberg reported on Saturday, May 1, that Bitcoin has officially bounced back from its terrible lowest level since March. It rose up to 13% from the past market, the biggest intraday gain since early February.
Experts said that the increased might probably happened after Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted a couple of tweets about cryptocurrencies, last week. Still, experts are warning investors of this sudden bullish rate.
“Crypto bulls breathed a sigh of relief as last week’s deep rout across the space failed to extend,” Steen Jakobsen, chief investment officer at Saxo Bank, wrote in a note. However, “it has quite a wall to climb to fully neutralize the recent selloff.”