Hollywood actress Mila Kunis has revealed that she advised her husband and fellow film star Ashton Kutcher not to invest in bitcoin (BTC), but luckily he didn’t follow her advice.
“At the start of our meeting, two things happened. He said to me, ‘Hey, there’s this business. It’s kind of like a carpooling … it’s kind of like a cab company, but anyone can drive the cab, “Kunis said during her recent appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” J ‘was like,’ this is the worst idea ever, ”She recalled the Uber ground.
She was also not impressed with Kutcher’s talk to her about bitcoin, but years later she told Colbert that her spouse was “really smart knowing that sometimes you shouldn’t listen to your wife.
“The second time around, he made me sit down, and he said, ‘Hey, baby, I have to explain this to you. Tell me if I’m crazy. “” Said Kunis. “He’s like, ‘There’s this thing, it’s like mining for money. It’s called, like, cryptocurrency, and… that’s over eight years ago – he was like, “It’s called Bitcoin,” she told the show host. .
Kunis argued that investing in the cryptocurrency could bear the major risk because it was not insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
“Well, who’s going to make sure it’s safe?” Kunis asked. “I was like, ‘Well, I think that’s a horrible idea,’ Kunis said. “And he said, ‘Cool, we’re investing in it.’ So he didn’t listen to me.
Kutcher’s early investor status in companies such as Uber, Spotify, and Airbnb would have skyrocketed the value of his venture capital fund Grade A investments, which he co-founded in 2010, from some $ 30 million to $ 250 million over a six-year period. In 2015, he co-founded another venture capital fund, Sound Ventures.
Some of the actor’s other crypto-related investments through his fund include Lolli, a bitcoin rewards business.
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