One way to continuously draw investors and keep your cryptocurrency at the top is to get a big Hollywood star behind it. That’s exactly what the minds behind Bitcoiin2Gen were thinking when they got Hollywood legend Steven Seagal to become their brand ambassador.
Steven Seagal has been quite the Hollywood Success. Not only is an actor, but he is also a director, screenwriter, producer, director, martial artist, zen teacher, healer and musician. You’ll be remember him from movies like Hard to Kill, Under Siege and 1991’s Out For Justice. Steven Seagal is also a citizen of three countries, Russia, America and Serbia.
That said, why is Bitcoiin2Gen and Steven Seagal such a perfect match? Firstly, they have very similar ideologies.The statement of Bitcoiin2Gen’s homepage explains it best, “As a Buddhist, Zen teacher, and healer, Steven lives by the principles that the development of the physical self is essential to protect the spiritual man. He believes that what he does in his life is about leading people into contemplation to wake them up and enlighten them in some manner. These are precisely the objectives of the Bitcoiin2Gen to empower the community by providing a decentralized P2P payment system with its own wallet, mining ecosystem and robust blockchain platform without the need of any third party.”
Bitcoiin2Gen is taking Bitcoin and elevating it to the next level. This is self-sustaining cryptocurrency with provide its own wallet, its own ecosystem and its own mining machines. The Bitcoiin2Gen will also be able to exchanged for alternative coins and fiat currency. Furthermore, it will use Ethereum blockchain which will provide a safer and faster platform.
Some believe that having Steven Seagal as their ambassador is a giant red flag. Twenty years ago when Seagal was in his prime it would have no doubt been a good move. Today he is viewed as quite the obscure character. He has also had a number of lawsuits and allegations brought up against him. The latest being just this year when Rachel Grant accused him of assaulting her during the filming of Out For a Kill in 2003.