Bitcoin's newest millionaire: Rapper 50 Cent | Fox Business
By Jade ScipioniPublished January 26, 2018Personal FinanceFOXBusiness Hip-hop star Curtis ?50 Cent? Jackson said he completely ?forgot? that he accepted bitcoins for one of his albums four years ago, making him the latest millionaire of the cryptocurrency, with a stake reportedly worth more than $7.5 million. ?Not bad for a kid from South Side, I?m so proud of me,? Jackson wrote in an Instagram post after TMZ first reported the story. A spokesperson for Jackson also confirmed the report to FOX Business. In 2014, way before the bitcoin craze hit, Jackson accepted the digital currency as payment for his album, Animal Ambition. The rapper earned around 700 bitcoins through record sales, with each being worth around $662 at the time according to CoinDesk, which puts its total worth at over $460,000. This piece was discovered by us on January 16, 2019 1:43 PM. See www.foxbusiness.com for more.

50 Cent Claims He Doesn't Own A Bitcoin Fortune | HipHopDX 50 Cent Claims He Doesn't Own A Bitcoin Fortune | HipHopDX
50 Cent is denying recent media claims of him having a fortune in Bitcoin, according to new bankruptcy documents obtained by The Blast. In the midst of the cryptocurrency boom, it was reported that 50 made $8 million by accepting Bitcoin as payment for his 2014 Animal Ambition album. When the story initially broke, the G-Unit leader bragged about the news on social media. One since-deleted post said, ?I know I make you sick but excuse me I?m getting to the bag #denofthieves,? while another stated, ?Not bad for a kid from South Side, I?m so proud of me.? Now, 50 is facing accusations of failing to reveal his cryptocurrency assets in bankruptcy court. In response, 50 claims he ?never owned, and does not own, a bitcoin account or any bitcoins, and to the best of his knowledge, none of his companies had a bitcoin account from 2014 to the present? in a statement to the court. This article was retrieved by us on January 16, 2019 1:43 PM. Check out hiphopdx.com for additional posts.

Rapper 50 Cent now millionaire thanks to bitcoin, Entertainment News - AsiaOne Rapper 50 Cent now millionaire thanks to bitcoin, Entertainment News - AsiaOne
United States rapper 50 Cent has recently found out that he is a millionaire in bitcoins, thanks to sales of a previous album. In 2014, 50 Cent released his album Animal Ambition and became the first musical artist who accepted bitcoin as payment. According to TMZ, he let his bitcoin account lie untouched, and just recently discovered that he is a bitcoin millionaire. 50 Cent said on his Instagram account that he had forgotten he accepted the cryptocurrency as a form of payment. By the time the album was released in late 2014, Billboard wrote an article titled "9 albums that flopped in 2014 (or did they?)", and mentioned Animal Ambition as one of the flops that year. Billboard wrote, "Despite plenty of publicity, 50 sold less than a third of the first-week sales for his previous studio effort." This piece was first found by us on January 16, 2019 1:43 PM. Browse www.asiaone.com for more similar content.

50 Cent Forgot He Had $8 Million In Bitcoin - hypebot 50 Cent Forgot He Had $8 Million In Bitcoin - hypebot
Rapper 50 Cent is enjoying a surprise windfall of almost $8 million after suddenly remembering that he had a stash of the cryptocurrency Bitcoin. According to Newsweek, 50 Cent gained the bitcoins when he accepted the cryptocurrency as payment for his 2014 album Animal Ambition.? ?I?m a keep it real I forgot I did that shit. Lol,? 50 Cent said in a now-deleted comment on Instagram. Newsweek reported that fans paid 50 Cent 700 bitcoin for the album, which only sold 124,000 copies. In 2014, Bitcoins were priced between $770 at the start of the year but were trading at the mid $350 range by December 2014. Now, even after falling by almost 50% since the end of 2017, Bitcoins are trading at a comfortable $11120.00. This posting was retrieved by us on January 16, 2019 1:43 PM. Check out www.hypebot.com for more.

50 Cent admits he went along with Bitcoin fortune lie | Daily Mail Online 50 Cent admits he went along with Bitcoin fortune lie | Daily Mail Online
Published: 01:38 GMT, 27 February 2018 | Updated: 04:46 GMT, 27 February 2018 50 Cent admitted 'recent reports falsely stated' he owned a bitcoin fortune on Friday. The 42-year-old rapper filed documents in his bankruptcy case explaining he did not report cryptocurrency earnings to the IRS as the 'reports suggesting he owned millions in Bitcoins were lies' according to documents obtained by the Blast. As to why he went along with the false claims, the In Da Club singer reasoned: 'I feel the press report in question is favorable to my image or brand.' Backtrack: 50 Cent, 42, admitted 'recent reports falsely stated' he owned a massive bitcoin fortune on Friday This post was discovered by us on January 16, 2019 1:43 PM. See www.dailymail.co.uk for more from this source.

50 Cent s Bitcoin Story Wasn t True, He Lied Because He Looked Smart 50 Cent s Bitcoin Story Wasn t True, He Lied Because He Looked Smart
In January, an early candidate for one of the year?s best stories broke: In 2014, when 50 Cent released his album Animal Ambition, he accepted the then-fledgling Bitcoin as a payment method and then forgot about his haul for years. The Bitcoin he earned from that move reportedly earned him about 7 million dollars, which is a pretty big chunk of change to forget about. It turns out that the only thing 50 Cent forgot about, though, was honesty. The Fader notes that new filings were made in bankruptcy court to refute allegations that 50 Cent didn?t properly disclose all of his assets, including his supposed Bitcoin trove, and they say that he ?never owned, and does not own, a bitcoin account or any bitcoins, and to the best of his knowledge, none of his companies had a bitcoin account from 2014 to the present.? This publication was found by us on January 16, 2019 1:42 PM. You may want to visit uproxx.com for complete listings from this source.

50 Cent Corrects the Record, Admits He Has Never Owned Bitcoin | Breitbart 50 Cent Corrects the Record, Admits He Has Never Owned Bitcoin | Breitbart
50 Cent announced this week that reports that he held 700 Bitcoins after accepting the dominant cryptocurrency during the sale of his 2014 album, Animal Ambition, were not correct. Although 50 Cent accepted Bitcoins for the 2014 album, new court documents filed by the rapper disclose that 50 Cent never truly pocketed the cryptocurrency. All album sales made with Bitcoin were immediately converted to U.S. dollars based upon the exchange rate at the time of purchase. All online transactions involving my brand were handled by an independently owned and operated third part, Central Nervous LLC.. the limited bitcoin transactions that occurred online were processed and converted to U.S. Dollars contemporaneously, based upon the then-existing exchange rate? This information was retrieved by us on January 16, 2019 1:42 PM. See www.breitbart.com for complete listings from this source.

50 Cent Denies Earning Millions Of Dollars In Bitcoin From 2014 AlbumSales | ETCanada.com 50 Cent Denies Earning Millions Of Dollars In Bitcoin From 2014 AlbumSales | ETCanada.com
By Shakiel Mahjouri. 27 Feb 2018 7:44 AM 50 Cent may have been kidding when he said ?I Get Money? in 2007. The rapper, actor, and entrepreneur was reported to have made a unique business move in 2014 that scored him a return even he wasn?t expecting. RELATED: 50 Cent And Ja Rule Reignite Their Bitter Rap Feud For the release of his 2014 album Animal Ambition, 50 Cent accepted bitcoin as a form of purchase, alongside traditional and streaming sales. The rapper?s album brought in about 700 bitcoins which, according to TMZ, were worth several hundred thousand dollars at the time. Since then, the value of bitcoin has skyrocketed, reportedly earning the ?Candy Shop? rapper a remarkable estimated return of $7.7 million in today?s market. This information was first seen by us on January 16, 2019 1:42 PM. Check out etcanada.com to find more similar content.

50 Cent gesteht: Ich bin doch kein Bitcoin-Millionr - manager magazin 50 Cent gesteht: Ich bin doch kein Bitcoin-Millionr - manager magazin
Erst im Januar hatte sich Rapper 50 Cent (bürgerlich Curtis Jackson) eines Glücksgriffs gebrüstet: Mit einer frühen Wette auf den Erfolg der Digitalwährung Bitcoin wollte der US-Amerikaner knapp 8 Millionen Dollar verdient haben. In einem Gerichtsdokument, über das zunächst die US-Promi-Website "The Blast" berichtete, hält Jackson fest, dass er niemals Bitcoin oder einen digitalen Geldbeutel besessen habe. Vor einigen Wochen hatte zunächst eine andere Promi-Website, TMZ, berichtet, Jackson habe seine Fans 2014 ein Album auch in Bitcoin bezahlen lassen. Die so zustande gekommene Summe an digitalem Geld sei bis zu 8 Millionen Dollar wert gewesen. Jackson selbst hatte den Bericht später auf seinen Social-Media-Accounts bestätigt, auf Instagram etwa einen Screenshot der Geschichte geteilt: "I forgot I did that shit. Lol." This publication was discovered by us on January 16, 2019 1:42 PM. Have a look at www.manager-magazin.de for additional posts.

50 Cent Reportedly Got Rich Again Thanks To Bitcoin Search Close Search Close 50 Cent Reportedly Got Rich Again Thanks To Bitcoin Search Close Search Close
Curtis ?50 Cent? Jackson became famous for rapping and surviving an insane number of gunshots. He has stayed famous for his reputation as a pretty damn savvy investor. According to sources who spoke with TMZ, 50 is now reaping the rewards of being an early believer in bitcoin. In 2014, the multi-hyphenate entertainer and businessman announced he would accept bitcoin as payment for his album Animal Ambition. You may have forgotten about Animal Ambition, but the rapper probably hasn?t: After taking in about 700 units of the cryptocurrency for his work, 50 just sat on the bitcoins. Now they?ve reportedly matured to somewhere between $7 and $8 million. You may remember also that 50 landed a massive payday back in 2010 when Coca-Cola Company purchased Glaceau, the owner of Vitamin Water. Thanks to an early investment in the flavored water, and a signature grape-flavored drink called Formula 50, the rapper is speculated to have received upward of $100 million for his stake in the deal. This posting was retrieved by us on January 16, 2019 1:42 PM. Have a look at www.vulture.com to find more similar content.

50 Cent gives priceless reaction to realizing he owns $7.5 million worth of Bitcoin - Golf Digest 50 Cent gives priceless reaction to realizing he owns $7.5 million worth of Bitcoin - Golf Digest
Most of us would probably be aware of a potential investment that could net us millions of dollars. How about 50 Cent? Turns out, he "forgot" he owned Bitcoin holdings that are worth almost $8 million now. Talk about a bonus. Turns out that 50 Cent's 2014 album Animal Ambition included a deal for him to accept Bitcoin for purchases of the album. Back then, they were worth hundreds of dollars. Now? We're talking millions as the cryptocurrency has taken off. The rapper shared this on Instagram in a post Wednesday evening, adding in a comment that "I'm a keep it real. I forgot I did that s***." True story, Fifty. This information was discovered by us on January 16, 2019 1:42 PM. You may want to visit www.golfdigest.com for more from this source.

50 Cent accidentally made millions in bitcoin on his last album | Dazed 50 Cent accidentally made millions in bitcoin on his last album | Dazed
Way back in 2014, before bitcoin was on the news every single day and it was still relatively unknown, one big name took a chance on it ? 50 Cent. When the rapper?s last album, Animal Ambition, was released in 2014, bitcoin was only valued at $662 per bitcoin. 50 Cent accepted payment for his album in the digital currency ? customers could get their own copy for just a fraction of a bitcoin, obviously. According to TMZ, Animal Ambition managed to pull in an impressive 700 bitcoin in sales, which is over $400k. The cryptocurrency sat around about in 50?s account for the years that have passed ? in 2018, bitcoin?s value is fluctuating between $10k and $12k. Maths is hard, but that means 50 Cent is sitting on somewhere between $7 million and $8.5 million. This article was found by us on January 16, 2019 1:41 PM. See www.dazeddigital.com for more from this source.

50 Cent forgot he took 700 bitcoins for a 2014 album. Now, they're worth $7.5 million | MPR News 50 Cent forgot he took 700 bitcoins for a 2014 album. Now, they're worth $7.5 million | MPR News
When 50 Cent agreed to accept bitcoin for purchases of his 2014 album, Animal Ambition, a unit of the cryptocurrency was already worth hundreds of dollars ? but the value of those sales has since skyrocketed and the rapper's bitcoin holding is now reportedly worth more than $7.5 million. "Not Bad for a kid from South Side, I'm so proud of me," 50 Cent wrote in an Instagram post citing TMZ's story about his unexpected windfall. Alongside emojis of a sack of money and a person holding up their hands in a "What?" pose, he added, "LOL." In an additional comment that could either amaze or exasperate people who would love to find a pile of money, 50 Cent added, "I'm a keep it real. I forgot I did that s***." This information was found by us on January 16, 2019 1:41 PM. Check out www.mprnews.org for complete listings from this source.

Rapper 50 Cent Admits That He Never Actually Owned Bitcoin - CryptoTicker Rapper 50 Cent Admits That He Never Actually Owned Bitcoin - CryptoTicker
About a month ago, news about 50 Cent?s secret Bitcoin stash surfaced in the pop culture scene. Apparently, the rapper had accrued over 700 Bitcoins, thanks to the sale of his 2014 studio album, Animal Ambition. 50 Cent?s holdings in Bitcoin, at today?s valuation of Bitcoin, is worth close to $7 million. 50 Cent revealed this information in an Instagram post, where he wrote, ?Not Bad for a kid from South Side, I?m so proud of me.? Alongside emojis of a person shrugging and a sack of money, he added, lightheartedly, ?LOL.? Today, 50 Cent clarified that he did not actually make millions by accepting Bitcoin as a form of payment for his 2014 album. Based on a court document on Friday, the rapper admitted that he never owned any Bitcoins in order to fit the rhetoric that he gave the court when he filed for bankruptcy back in 2015. However, when asked why he went along with the false story that TMZ crafted, 50 Cent?s answer was simple: This information was retrieved by us on January 16, 2019 1:41 PM. Check out cryptoticker.io for more from this source.

Report: 50 Cent 'forgot' he was paid in bitcoin in 2014. It's now worth about $8M. - SFGate Report: 50 Cent 'forgot' he was paid in bitcoin in 2014. It's now worth about $8M. - SFGate
According to TMZ, instead of accepting money, 50 Cent received shares of bitcoin. As recently as 2015, rapper Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson claimed to be flat broke. The second-wealthiest rapper in history meekly pleaded his case in bankruptcy court. But less than three years later, the man who went from rags to riches to rags again is again a millionaire ? many times over, in fact. 50 Cent reportedly cashed in his minority stake in Effen Vodka for $60 million in 2017. (The company says its partnership with the rapper continues, however.) On Tuesday TMZ reported that 50 took bitcoin as payment for his 2014 album "Animal Ambition," back when companies such as Microsoft, Dell and Overstock.com were just beginning to accept the cryptocurrency. He  supposedly was the first rapper to take a chance on bitcoin. This article was obtained by us on January 16, 2019 1:41 PM. Check out www.sfgate.com for more from this source.

50 Cent Admits He Never Made a Fortune Off Bitcoin  - XXL 50 Cent Admits He Never Made a Fortune Off Bitcoin - XXL
So it turns out 50 Cent is not the cryptocurrency mogul we all thought he was. Or, at least that's what he wants the bankruptcy court to think. As previously reported, in January, TMZ ran a story that stated Fif had made millions due to him getting on the Bitcoin craze early and offering it as a payment option to fans for his album, Animal Ambition. According to the report, 50 brought in about 700 bitcoins in sales. Then valued at around $662 per bitcoin, the site calculated the decision had hauled in over $400,000 for the MC. The Queens rapper reportedly sat on the lump sump, and with the crypto boom, he raked in between $7 million and $8.5 million. This share was retrieved by us on January 16, 2019 1:41 PM. Check out www.xxlmag.com for more.

Bitcoin Millionaire 50 Cent Flips, Denies Owning Cryptocurrency Bitcoin Millionaire 50 Cent Flips, Denies Owning Cryptocurrency
Home » News » Bitcoin Millionaire 50 Cent Flips, Denies Owning Cryptocurrency In courtroom documents obtained from his bankruptcy hearings, rapper 50 Cent admitted he never owned any Bitcoins. He had previously boasted owning the cryptocurrency, having accepted Bitcoin as payment for his 2014 album, Animal Ambition. Initially reported by TMZ, the rapper, whose real name is Curtis Jackson, collected around 700 Bitcoin in Animal Ambition album sales. At the time, 700 Bitcoin were worth around $400,000. By early 2018, however, that value had soared. 50 Cent was reported to have had $8 million worth of Bitcoin sitting idle. This article was retrieved by us on January 16, 2019 1:40 PM. Check out www.ccn.com for more.

50 Cent Denies Owning Bitcoins  - WSJ 50 Cent Denies Owning Bitcoins - WSJ
Rapper 50 Cent said in court papers that he has never owned bitcoins, countering recent news reports that said he kept a secret stash of the volatile digital currency worth millions of dollars during his 2015 bankruptcy. The entertainer, whose real name is Curtis James Jackson III, said in sworn testimony he didn?t deny the media reports because ?the press coverage was favorable and suggested that I had made millions of dollars.? This publication was retrieved by us on January 16, 2019 1:40 PM. See www.wsj.com for complete listings from this source.

 Get Rich or Die Tryin : 50 Cent first rapper to become bitcoin millionaire   RT Business News Get Rich or Die Tryin : 50 Cent first rapper to become bitcoin millionaire RT Business News
Back in 2014, he announced that he was accepting bitcoins for his album, Animal Ambition, released in June that year. Bitcoin was worth around $660 at the time. Jackson received approximately 700 bitcoins from the album, which was worth around $400,000 at the time. The sum has since swelled to about $8 million, as the cryptocurrency surged to $11,000. He would have cashed out about $15 million if he had sold the bitcoins on December 17, when cryptocurrency peaked at about $20,000 per token.  ?????all moneys is good money over here?South Side. #denofthieves #theoath Mar 8 ?????????? ?? 50 Cent (@50cent) ??? 24, 2018 at 8:38 PST This post was first seen by us on January 16, 2019 1:40 PM. Have a look at www.rt.com to find more similar content.

50 Cent was the first rapper to be paid in bitcoin and it really worked out for him | The FADER 50 Cent was the first rapper to be paid in bitcoin and it really worked out for him | The FADER
In 2014, 50 Cent became the first rapper to accept bitcoin as payment for his work, according to TMZ. He was paid about 700 bitcoins for sales on Animal Ambition, which at the time were worth about $662 per bitcoin. Now, those very same bitcoins are worth between $10k and $12k, meaning 50 Cent pulled in anywhere between $7 and $8.5 million for the 2014 album. If you understand bitcoin (I do), this means that 50 Cent made a wise investment in cryptocurrency, and is now being rewarded for it. As fans are pointing out, it's also a nice bonus on an album that didn't quite do the numbers of its predecessors. This publication was discovered by us on January 16, 2019 1:40 PM. Check out www.thefader.com to find more similar content.

Rapper 50 Cent Has Millions in Bitcoin - Bitcoin News Rapper 50 Cent Has Millions in Bitcoin - Bitcoin News
Rapper 50 Cent reportedly found out he has millions of dollars worth of bitcoin from long-ago album sales. Nearly 700 bitcoin were paid in return for a 2014 release, and was promptly forgotten. Four years later, the world?s most popular cryptocurrency is hovering around 11,000 USD per coin, which would net the artist a cool 7.7 million USD. Also read: Tezos Swiss Foundation Concept is ?Old, Inflexible and Stupid? ?I?m a keep it real I forgot I did that shit. Lol,? Rapper 50 Cent commented on Instagram. Harvey Levin?s gossip and celebrity driven news organization, Thirty Mile Zone (TMZ), is reporting that according ?to sources who spoke with TMZ, 50 is now reaping the rewards of being an early believer in bitcoin.? The rap star Curtis James Jackson III, better known as 50 Cent, offered to accept the decentralized cryptocurrency in exchange for his fifth full length album, Animal Ambition (Caroline Records). This piece was first found by us on January 16, 2019 1:40 PM. Have a look at news.bitcoin.com for more.

What s Bitcoin  50 Cent Makes At Least $7 Million In Cryptocurrency | News One What s Bitcoin 50 Cent Makes At Least $7 Million In Cryptocurrency | News One
Copyright © 2019 Interactive One, LLC. 50 Cent is teaching the world how to stunt again. The mogul is now a bitcoin millionaire, thanks to a forgotten investment that steadily grew to at least $7 million over just a few years, TMZ reported. But what exactly is bitcoin? 50 Cent just realized he has millions worth of Bitcoin from his 2014 album sales https://t.co/18TOrawwXZ pic.twitter.com/M6UWKtvIGZ ? Forbes (@Forbes) January 25, 2018 It?s a type of digital currency or cryptocurrency used for online transactions such as buying clothes or other merchandise. But there are no banks involved in these transactions because people can buy bitcoins and directly use them to get stuff. This information was first seen by us on January 16, 2019 1:40 PM. See newsone.com for more.

50 Cent has a bitcoin collection worth more than $7 million:  I forgot I did that s--t  - NY Daily News 50 Cent has a bitcoin collection worth more than $7 million: I forgot I did that s--t - NY Daily News
50 Cent won't have to die trying to get rich ? thanks to a long-forgotten bitcoin stash, he's already got it covered. The rapper proved himself a shrewd businessman ? or perhaps just a lucky guesser ? back in 2014 when he agreed to accept bitcoins as payment for his fifth album, "Animal Ambition." Though he said at the time he was just trying to "stay with times," the money move has since paid off in a big way. TMZ reports that 50 ? whose real name is Curtis Jackson ? earned about 700 bitcoins, which today is valued at anywhere between $7 to $8.5 million. At the time, each coin was worth around $662, though fans were able to purchase the album by forking over just a fraction of an entire coin. This data was first seen by us on January 16, 2019 1:40 PM. Browse www.nydailynews.com for more from this source.

50 Cent Lied About Bitcoin Fortune - Crypto Daily 50 Cent Lied About Bitcoin Fortune - Crypto Daily
The cryptocurrency market is slowly picking up again after a pretty poor performance this year, and is having a positive effect on all crypto coins. More people than ever used cryptocurrencies in 2018, and at BitStarz, Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dogecoin, Bitcoin Cash and Litecoin wagering went through the roof! One player won $206,551 on a single Book of Aztec spin. Maybe not enough to make Satoshi Nakamoto jealous, but nevertheless a super win! Copyright © 2019 Crypto Daily? Crypto Daily Pte Ltd, 1 Thomson road, Balestier hill, Singapore 300001, Registered number: 201812719R This entry was found by us on January 16, 2019 1:40 PM. Have a look at cryptodaily.co.uk for more from this source.

Rapper 50 Cent forgot he had 700 Bitcoins as part of an album deal - TechSpot Rapper 50 Cent forgot he had 700 Bitcoins as part of an album deal - TechSpot
Curtis Jackson, who goes by the stage name 50 Cent, is the latest in a long list of people who are now rich off of Bitcoin they forgot they owned. He released the album Animal Ambition back in 2014 and was one of the first music artists to accept Bitcoin as a form of payment. First reported by TMZ, this turned out to be one of the best financial decisions he has ever made. The album came out well before Bitcoin gained the popularity it has today so there weren't too many people with Bitcoin willing to spend it on his album. He took the chance and it ended up paying off dozens of times over. Album sales were around 700 BTC which at the time was around $450,000. At the current market rate of about $12,000, this is now worth nearly $8.5 million. In a social media comment he said, "Not bad for a kid from South Side, I?m so proud of me." He also posted the following tweet: This posting was obtained by us on January 16, 2019 1:39 PM. Have a look at www.techspot.com for more from this source.

50 Cent's Bitcoin Bet A Million-Dollar Boon - Hartford Courant 50 Cent's Bitcoin Bet A Million-Dollar Boon - Hartford Courant
For 50 Cent, the rapper and longtime Farmington mansion owner, ?all money is good money,? regardless of the currency. Reports surfaced this week that 50 Cent, who notably spent months in bankruptcy court in Connecticut settling $36 million in debts, may be sitting on millions of dollars after gambling on letting fans buy his 2014 album, ?Animal Ambitions,? with bitcoin. TMZ first reported that 50 Cent, whose real name is Curtis Jackson III, amassed 700 bitcoin from sales of the album, an amount that remains untouched. Given the surge in cryptocurrency values, his 700 bitcoin would net more than $7.6 million if sold Thursday on the exchange. The new album, on the whole, did not sell nearly as many copies as his past records. Billboard put the number at 124,000. This post was first found by us on January 16, 2019 1:39 PM. Check out www.courant.com for complete listings from this source.

50 Cent is a Bitcoin millionaire | Newshub 50 Cent is a Bitcoin millionaire | Newshub
Rapper 50 cent is a Bitcoin millionaire, after sitting on 700 Bitcoin he received in 2014. The Get Rich or Die Tryin' artist, whose real name is Curtis Jackson, sold copies of 2014 album Animal Ambition in exchange for Bitcoin. Jackson was an early adopter of the cryptocurrency and it's now paying off big time. He reportedly hasn't touched the 700 Bitcoin since he received them, according to Forbes. The cryptocurrency has skyrocketed in value in recent years, meaning 50 Cent's Bitcoin stack is now worth up to $13 million ($US 10 million). At the time he received the payments, they were worth about $600 ($US 450). This article was discovered by us on January 16, 2019 1:39 PM. You may want to visit www.newshub.co.nz for more similar content.

50 Cent Says Bitcoin Fortune Is Fake News | Vibe 50 Cent Says Bitcoin Fortune Is Fake News | Vibe
February 27, 2018 - 7:45 pm by Jessica McKinney TWITTER While reporting to bankruptcy court, the rapper revealed that he never received millions from his reported 2014 album.  At the top of 2018, several reports stated that 50 Cent had cashed in on millions thanks to him investing in Bitcoin very early on in the game. According to those reports, Fif allowed customers to use the cryptocurrency to purchase his 2014 album, Animal Ambition, ultimately earning him between $7 million to $8.5 million. While fans marveled at the rapper's genius, it turns out it was all fake news. 50 Cent recently reported to bankruptcy court to deal with his current financial woes when he revealed the news. The court reportedly questioned the artist about the unclaimed funds.  According to court documents obtained by The Blast on Feb. 26, the various reports going around were merely rumors; he never made a dime from the cryptocurrency. This data was retrieved by us on January 16, 2019 1:39 PM. Browse www.vibe.com for more.

50 Cent Tells Bankruptcy Court He Never Owned Bitcoin: Report | Billboard 50 Cent Tells Bankruptcy Court He Never Owned Bitcoin: Report | Billboard
After claiming he earned a whopping $7 million through Bitcoin last January, it appears that 50 Cent never made a dime to begin with. New documents obtained by The Blast suggest that 50 never profited off Bitcoin and that he was being dishonest about his involvement because he enjoyed the good publicity.  ?As a general matter, so long as a press story is not irreparably damaging to my image or brand, I usually do not feel the need to publicly deny the reporting," 50 revealed in the new documents. "This is particularly true when I feel the press report in question is favorable to my image or brand, even if the report is based on a misunderstanding of the facts or contains outright falsehoods.? This piece was found by us on January 16, 2019 1:39 PM. Have a look at www.billboard.com for additional posts.

50 Cent Forgot He Had Bitcoin and Ended Up 'Accidentally' Making 8 Million Dollars | 22 Words 50 Cent Forgot He Had Bitcoin and Ended Up 'Accidentally' Making 8 Million Dollars | 22 Words
If you were hesitant about all this Bitcoin business, let 50 Cent's success story convince you otherwise. The "Candy Shop" rapper hilariously and forgetfully made $8 million in Bitcoin without even dropping a verse. It was a great day for 50 Cent as he woke up and realized the ghost of Bitcoin?s past has come back not to haunt him, but to shower him with an unexpected and overwhelming amount of money. In 2014, he released his album Animal Ambition: An Untamed Desire to Win featuring collaborations with artists like Trey Songz and Yo Gotti. It didn?t necessarily top the charts; in fact, The Guardian critiqued it saying ?unchanged are his limitations as a rapper, both technically and in his choice of subjects.? This post was found by us on January 16, 2019 1:39 PM. See twentytwowords.com for more similar content.

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