Nine celebrities with profiles on the aided video-sharing platform Cameo posted messages of congratulations to Bitcoin (BTC) the day before the 12th anniversary of the release of the official document on October 31.

The videos were paid for by crypto security firm Halborn and feature Hollywood notes, musicians and comedians including David Hasselhoff, Charlie Sheen, Carol Baskin, Charlaman Ta Bog, Gilbert Gottfried, Doug Benson, Hassan Johnson, Soulge Boy, and RZA.

Most of the celebrities have read talking points and have demonstrated different levels of cryptocurrency skills. Charlemagne asked Ta Jud whether the pictures he found with the help of Google “Satoshi Nakamoto” really depicted Satoshi.

Dorian Nakamoto, appeared at the top of Google search results for “Satoshi Nakamoto”
Charlie Sheen praised Satoshi Nakamoto and admired the opportunity to invest in BTC – when, of course, he finds a job. He admitted to being a master in cryptocurrency.

Hove made a bold statement by Swimming Pool that he invented Bitcoin:

“I would like to tell the world […] Satoshi Nakamoto didn’t invent Bitcoin. Bitcoin started with“ The Hoff. ”I, David Hasselhoff, invented Bitcoin and I will keep what I know about Bitcoin a secret.
Carole Baskin, star of Tiger King, has highlighted the benefits of contactless payments in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic, and predicts that virtual currency will be the “future”.

RZA asked, “Bitcoin Wu-Tang will probably come soon.”

Although October 31st coincides with the publication of an article on Bitcoin, the network’s origination block was mined before January 3, 2009.

Source: CoinTelegraph