Money Laser eyes: This is behind the latest Bitcoin trend
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Anyone who is interested in crypto currencies and occasionally hangs around on Twitter will have already noticed: More and more people have laser eyes on their profile pictures. But why?
If you are not suffering from massive nearsightedness and are thinking about an operation, or if you are called Clark Kent and are part-time Superman, you don't have much to do with eye lasers and laser eyes. However, if you are totally into theand update your Twitter feed several times a day, laser eyes are omnipresent.
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The Bitcoin fever has broken out on Twitter and the hashtag # LaserRayUntil100k started a meme trend. Bitcoin supporters put the laser eyes over their normal profile pictures, showing that they are part of the Bitcoin movement that aims to help increase the value of Bitcoin to $ 100,000. Initially, the laser eyes were only found in the cryptocurrency community. Many politicians and CEOs are now also following the trend. Above all Tesla boss Elon Musk, who makes no secret of being a fan of the digital currency.Politicians also do with
In addition to Musk, the US Senator Cynthia Lummis also changed her profile picture. Lummis comes from the crypto-friendly state of Wyoming and is an advocate of Bitcoin. “Senator Lummis is a big advocate of digital investment opportunities and financial innovation. She shows her support with her laser eyes, ”her Senate office tells the.
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The exact origin of the laser eye trend has not been definitively established, it is only clear that the laser eyes have spread like wildfire. Even outside of the Bitcoin bubble., the rapid outbreak of the trend is a sign of how great the network effect of Bitcoin can be. The cryptocurrency is no longer a niche product.
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In addition to the countless changed profile pictures, a small meme trend has already developed around the bright red eyes. Quasi a trend in the trend.
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