In the past few months, a large number of celebrities, millionaires, and even many billionaires have announced their involvement in the cryptocurrency asset economy. On Thursday night, former rapper Robert Bryson Hall II (Robert Bryson Hall II), known as “Logic”, bought $6 million worth of Bitcoin last month.

The retired American rapper Logic started his songwriting and record production career in 2010 in the past ten years, and he has become famous for this. In the past ten years, Logic has released six studio albums and has been nominated for two Grammy Awards. In 2017, Logic’s album “Everybody” ranked number one on the US charts and gained widespread popularity here.

Grammy-nominated hip-hop star Logic invested $6 million in Bitcoin last month
According to an Instagram post published on Wednesday, the company that was nominated by Grammy and former American rapper Logic purchased $6 million worth of Bitcoin (BTC). Logic also changed the name of his Twitter account to “Bobby Bitcoin”.

Today, Logic has withdrawn from the rap stage, and after releasing his final album “No Pressure”, he announced that he will be leaving in July 2020. The hip-hop artist revealed on Instagram that he bought $6 million worth of Bitcoin in October, and Logic also entered the cryptocurrency field. Last month, the transaction price of a bitcoin exceeded 13,000 US dollars, and the transaction price of bitcoin this week has exceeded 18,000 US dollars.

“My 6 million dollars in Bitcoin last month. F***. YOLO. Seriously,” Logic posted to Instagram.

The Instagram post also asks whether buying Bitcoin will win or lose. A large number of Instagram users responded to Logic’s Bitcoin post, whether it was a win or a loss. In the past 15 hours, the post has been viewed 91,765 times. Additionally, on the former Twitter, the former rapper changed his account name to “Bobby Bitcoin“, he has also been talking about crypto assets on the platform.

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“Well, *** Twitter, I want to play chess and count my bitcoins,” Logic Tweet on Wednesday.

One person responded to the lyricist’s tweet, Said “What do you mean? All you have to do is check your balance.” In addition to Bitcoin, Logic’s Twitter feed is full of posts about playing chess and opening Pokemon cards. According to reports, in October last year, Logic purchased a rare first edition Charizard Pokemon card, valued at $226,000, which was also a purchase of “YOLO”.

Logic’s bitcoin purchase announcement was made after record producer “Murda Beatz” told his fans that he bought bitcoin in October last year. Murda Beatz and Logic also follow a group of hip-hop recording artists who have jumped into the cryptocurrency economy in the past decade. Over the years, other music stars who have shown interest in cryptocurrencies and Bitcoin include celebrities such as Jermane Prime, Nas, RZA, 50 Cent, Snoop Dogg, Young Thug, Swae Lee, and Talib Kweli.

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