PewDiePie, the king of YouTube, mentioned Ethereum in a video!

PewDiePie, the king of YouTube, mentioned Ethereum in a video!


Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg, known by the name “PewDiePie” on social media, has become increasingly involved through sponsorships, although he is not a known advocate of the cryptocurrency industry. He finally mentioned Ethereum in a YouTube video that has been viewed nearly 4 million times.

Bitcoin, Ethereum and cryptocurrencies as a whole continue to grow, and continue to penetrate popular culture.

PewDiePie mentions Ethereum logo in new video

Kjellberg mentioned Ethereum in a video called “the things we all do” released on November 11. The YouTuber, who described the cryptocurrency's logo as part of a “joke (meme) about” second options, “did not comment on Ethereum or the cryptocurrency beyond his logo.

This is not the first video of the famous YouTuber touching on the cryptocurrency field.

Kjellberg, referring to BitConnect, the 2017 scam that ended up stealing billions of dollars in Bitcoin, said that while he knows the story, of course it doesn't portray the industry at its best. As with Ethereum himself, he says he recognizes the Bitcoin logo when it appears in jokes.

Supported by many cryptocurrency companies

PewDiePie, which has 106 million followers on YouTube, is also known to have done sponsorship deals. It appears that there have been at least three PewDiePie videos previously supported by crypto companies.

The first occurred in 2018, when the ICO boom continued. In a one-minute ad promoting something called SGamePro, the YouTuber said::

This is a great place where you can extract crypto tokens by playing some of the most popular mobile games in the world. Play and win. Winners are rewarded with highly liquid ERC-20 tokens that can be converted to other cryptos.

The Video has actually only been viewed a few thousand times, and apparently has become entangled in the dusty pages of the internet.

Also introduced DLive and Wallem

The second was in 2019. DLive, a Twitch-like streaming platform, joined the BitTorrent family through Tron and Justin Sun and sponsored PewDiePie:

We're giving a PewDiePie chair to celebrate DLive joining the BitTorrent family ... but Felix, who's BitTorrent? BitTorrent is the world's largest peer-to-peer file-sharing network and is powered by the Tron blockchain, meaning they have more than 100 million users.

He signed a one-year broadcast deal with DLive and regularly brought tens of thousands of users to the platform.

Just a few weeks ago, PewDiePie also began promoting a Pokemon Go-style game called Wallem, which supports Ethereum-based non-fungible tokens.

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