Joseph Kahn, a well-known music video director from the pop music market, admitted that currently his favorite hobby is cryptocurrency trading.
Kahn trades on the BTC market
If his name does not tell you anything, we will say that he is the creator of clips of such stars as: Eminem, Britney Spears, the group Backstreet Boys, Jennifer Lopez, Lady Gaga, Kylie Minogue, Taylor Swift, Shakira, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Kelly Clarkson, Mariah Carey, Christina Aguilera, 50 Cent, girlsband Destiny’s Child or George Michael.
Joseph Kahn has been working for leading pop stars for over two decades. However, we are interested in the fact that he admitted that … he loves playing on cryptocurrency exchanges. He spent the last month trading. He boasted that thanks to this he achieved a profit of about … 450 USD.
This is not a fortune, but Kahn is probably just learning how to trade on the stock market, so he invested a small amount. He published a post on Twitter, from which we learn that he began trading adventure from 7500 USD. Invests in BTC, ETH and LTC. So far it’s a plus.
I’ve been day trading cryptocurrency this past month as a hobby. Literally just making $ 2 to $ 3 profits at a time. I’m up $ 450.
– Joseph Kahn (@JosephKahn) May 31, 2020
“If anyone has any ideas about cryptocurrencies, I’m open”
Music stars and BTC
Artists and other people associated with them have long been interested in cryptocurrencies. A few years ago, metal records from the band Mastodon and rapper 50 Cent sold their records for BTC. The latter accepted Bitcoin as payment for his fifth studio album in his career, “Animal Ambition”. The musician sold almost 80,000 copies of the album for $ 5.50 at BTC – acquiring about 700 Bitcoins. In January 2018, however, he stated that he had forgotten his wallet at BTC, and remembered when the media became interested. According to journalists’ estimates, we learned that he could earn around $ 7 million by “breeding”. In February, Jackson said he never owned … Bitcoins. He said it in court. So it’s not clear what he did with cryptocurrencies.
In turn, when Eminem released his tenth album, “Kamikaze,” in August 2018, it was noted that the ninth song on the album, “Not Alike,” contained a Bitcoin verse. We learn from it now “Everyone produces Bitcoins.”