Bulls are taking the reins of price action across the board in Bitcoin, making a solid break above the $ 60,000 mark and making new all-time highs, and it seems the Simpsons have “done it again”. In a new episode that aired on Sunday BTC is highlighted in a ticker newsfeed with the endless character.
Gamestop Stock is also included in the episode
The 18th episode titled “Burger Kings” in season 32 of the popular cartoon series showed Bitcoin (BTC) during a news broadcast whose ticker newsfeed listed several US public companies at the bottom of the screen.
However, what caught the attention of the crypto community and what has been a hot topic on the Reddit sub-forums is the detail of BTC Price at infinity.
Interestingly, after Bitcoin’s quote, video game retailer Gamestop (GME) appeared on the scene.
Inspired by the sarcastic style coined by The Simpsons, the famous stock, fueled by a community of investors on Reddit a few months ago, made trillions in profit and immediately fell by two million, parodying the stock’s high volatility.
The plot of the episode revolves around Mr. Burns to get into a vegetable burger shop. He was about to die after eating lots of hamburgers, and so the business idea came to mind.
Although cryptocurrencies are not discussed in the episode, they are concepts of financial markets like speculation when Marge started speculating in shares of Burns’ brand new company. She wanted to make a profit by giving Homer new pants.
Previous mentions of cryptos in The Simpsons
This is not the first time that one of the world famous animated sitcoms has mentioned cryptocurrencies in one of its episodes.
For the 13th episode of season 31, the Simpsons brought in Jim Parsons, known for Sheldon Cooper in The Big Bang Theory, to explain the concept of cryptos.
Bitcoin is trading hands at $ 63,200 with a market cap of $ 1.18 trillion at press time, according to Markets.Bitcoin.com.
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