The bulls are taking full control of Bitcoin’s price trend, breaking the $60,000 threshold and setting a record high, and “The Simpsons” seems to have “made it” again. In the new episode aired on Sunday, BTC was highlighted in the ticker news feed with the infinite symbol.
Gametop stocks are also featured in the plot
In the 32nd season of the popular anime series, the 18th episode is titled “Burger King” and featured Bitcoin (BTC) in the news broadcast. The automatic quotes at the bottom of the screen provide information on some US listed companies.
However, what has attracted the attention of the crypto community is the hot topic in the Reddit sub-forum, that is, the details of BTC that is priced at infinity.
Interestingly, after the Bitcoin offer, video game retailer Gametop (GME) appeared.
Following the satirical style represented by the Simpsons, this famous stock (which was sought after by a group of investors on Reddit a few months ago) became known for its earnings of $1 trillion, and then immediately plummeted by 2 million shares. , Thus imitating the high volatility of the stock.
The plot of this episode revolves around Mr. Burns’s involvement in the plant-based Hamburg business. He was dying after eating a lot of hamburgers, so the idea came to his mind.
Although this episode does not talk about cryptocurrency, it involves financial market concepts, such as speculation, because Marge just started speculating on the stock of this new company in Burns. She wanted to make a profit and gave Homer a new pair of pants.
The prerequisites of encryption in the Simpsons
This is not the first time that cryptocurrency is mentioned in an episode of a famous animated sitcom in the world.
In the 13th episode of season 31, the Simpsons brought Jim Parsons (Jim Parsons), who is best known as Sheldon Cooper in “The Big Bang Theory”, explaining cryptocurrency the concept of.
According to data from markets.Bitcoin.com, as of press time, the transaction price of Bitcoin is $63,200, with a market value of $1.18 trillion.
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