Mention of bitcoin-like cryptocurrencies has made its way into songs like Eminem’s Not Alike, made many ways to make many TV shows. Now a discussion about a fictional cryptocurrency has become a conspiracy point of a British soap opera that is seen by millions of people.
The cryptocurrency market has endured a rough 2018 so far. Nevertheless, Despite the decline in prices, some cultures are becoming quite busy in the world of popular culture. Eminem’s newest album, Kamikaze, pays homage to the well-known Bitcoin when American rapper Royce Da 5’9” says in Not Alike.
“Remember everybody used to bite Nickel, now everybody doing bitcoin.”
References to Bitcoin have also appeared on a number of TV shows, like “Family Guy” and the Emmy Award-winning “The Big Bang Theory.”
But, cryptocurrencies have jumped into popular culture ponds, because now it is visible on a famous UK soap opera.
General Awareness of Cryptocurrency Looks To Be Growing
Cryptocurrency is now a conspiracy point on the UK soap opera called “Coronation Street”. The show, broadcast from 1960, is currently the UK’s “longest-running television soap”.
The show, airing since 1960, is currently the UK’s “longest-running television soap.” Each episode is watched by about 8 million people. Each episode is seen by approximately 8 million people.
Conspiracy focuses on the life and activities of various types of working-class characters in Manchester.
One of the latest episodes refers to a mythical Digital currency called “whipcoin.” Ryan Connor revealed how he had invested £ 50 in cryptocurrency for a long time and is now surprising to find that after doing some research, its value has increased to £ 250 million.
However, he is at a loss when it comes to remembering his password, so a search ensues for a book where he wrote it down.
Connor then remembers the password, but quickly recognizes that his research was wrong because his investment was actually almost useless. However, it is clear that the Whipcoin clearly appears to be a reference to Bitcoin.
More and More Mentions Everywhere
Although popular cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin paid much attention because their prices increased, popular culture has embraced the cryptocurrencies long ago on many radars of today.
Back in 2014, Toby Granger published a song named “Welcome to the Blockchain”, which added the introductory song mentioning “precipice of a global revolution.”
Now later in 2018, the film is expected to enter the silver screen through a coming from cryptocurrency, which is named “crypto”. Gilmore Girls is starring Alexis Bledel of fame, the film is expected to touch the virtual currency, hacking and related topics. Online safety