Gotham’s Ben McKenzie gives powerful advice to crypto celebrities

Gotham Star Ben McKenzie previously spoke about his anti-crypto stance and recently gave some tips to celebrities who have been involved in cryptocurrency.

McKenzie wrote on Twitter: “Free advice to celebrities who have profited from cryptocurrency: disclose how much you paid, say you’re sorry, and give money to victims of crypto fraud.” “Professional Saved”. McKenzie has been a frequent critic of the cryptocurrency world and has repeatedly spoken out against the culture of “cryptocurrencies” and NFT (non-fungible tokens). Mackenzie is best known for his role as Ryan Atwood OC From 2003 to 2007 but also portrayed James Gordon in the Fox TV series, Gothamfrom 2014 to 2019.

“Oh, and give enough time, we’ll probably find out how much you’ve got [celebrities] They were paid anyway,” McKenzie wrote in a follow-up tweet. Just in case you want a little extra motivation to do the right thing. The actor co-authored with journalist Jacob Silverman in a book called easy moneywhich will explore cryptocurrency and fraud in depth.

In recent years, many celebrities have either promoted cryptocurrencies or entered into direct partnerships with companies working in the cryptocurrency space. This includes Matt Damon, who appeared in a 2022 Superbowl ad for Crypto.com, Reese Witherspoon, Tom Brady, and Kim Kardashian, among others.


Recently, Captain Marvel Superstar Brie Larson has received severe backlash after changing her Twitter profile picture to NFT from Flower Girls, which claims to donate 20% of its primary and secondary earnings to a variety of children’s charities. The backlash against Larson stemmed from the debate around NFTs, namely concerns about environmental impact and plagiarism.

The video game industry has also seen a lot of market movement, with major studios like Square Enix, Konami, EA, and Ubisoft coming out to support the integration of NFT and blockchain technology into games. However, in January Ubisoft released a statement blaming gamers for the poor performance of its NFT initiative.


“I think players are not getting what the digital secondary market can offer them. Right now, due to the current situation and context of NFTs, players really think that they are destroying the planet first, and secondly just a tool for speculation,” said Ubisoft Strategy Innovations VP Nicolas Pouard. “But what are we? [at Ubisoft] First we see is the end of the game. The end game is about giving players the opportunity to resell their items once they are done with it or when they have finished playing the game itself.”

Mackenzie and Silverman book, easy moneyIt has no release date. All five seasons Gotham Available to stream on Netflix.


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