What if you invested $1,000 in Bitcoin when Matt Damon urged you to

Actor Matt Damon suggested almost a year ago that people be brave and invest in cryptocurrencies in a commercial for Crypto.com. The video had a massive audience, including airing during the big Super Bowl sporting event.

“Fortune favors the bold” was the name of the commercial that featured the star of the movie “Good Will Hunting” at its center. It featured people who took risks to achieve important goals: conquering Mount Everest, flying the Wright Brothers, exploring space, etc.

What would happen if you invested $1,000 in Bitcoin, inspired by the ad

On the day the ad debuted, on the Crypto.com platform one Bitcoin traded in the range of $58,206.92 to $62,128.63. At the lowest price, a person could buy 0.01718 BTC for $1,000.

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At the time of writing, 0.01718 BTC was worth $416.97. That’s a drop of over 58% since the ad’s debut.

The Matt Damon commercial has over 18.4 million views on YouTube:


Damon isn’t the only celebrity criticized for promoting crypto assets that have caused investors losses. Other examples include Kim Kardashian, Floyd Mayweather, Jamie Foxx and Tom Brady.

Investing in cryptocurrencies has earned many people substantial profits, but the famous actor in “The Martian” had the misfortune to promote these assets before their price crashed. People haven’t forgotten the moment and have been harshly criticising the Hollywood star on Twitter.

For the right amount, the stars promote whatever

And outside the crypto industry celebrities have promoted controversial products for the money. Footballer Cristiano Ronaldo was the face of SixPad, a dubious “Made in Japan” gadget that promised to work users’ abdominal muscles without much effort on their part.

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Also CR7 appeared, in 2014, in a couple of ads for Pao, another bizarre Japanese gadget for training facial muscles.

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