Hollywood star Gwyneth Paltrow has joined the Bitcoin mining industry. According to the report, Paltrow made an eight-figure investment in environmental activist Terawalf. In Hollywood, Paltrow’s investment in the cryptocurrency industry came early, and in 2017 he joined the management of cryptocurrency firm Abra as a consultant.
However, the Therawolf (WULF) share price did not rise and fell almost 24% on the first day of trading on 14. TeraWulf went public in June after joining video company Ikonics, a subsidiary of the. NASDAQ. On Tuesday, the stock market rules changed from IKNX to WULF. Prior to education, TeraWulf raised $ 200 million in bonds and equity funds to operate in an environmentally friendly manner, including nuclear, hydropower and solar, and plans to achieve 6 exahash a second to second. semester 2022.
On March 13, Terawalf CEO Paul Prager announced on Twitter that Paltrow had invested in the company. I am very happy with the new model.
In August 2017, Bill Barhydt, CEO of crypto asset management company Abra, announced Paltrow as a corporate consultant and described Paltrow’s involvement as an added benefit. He opened up the network to us and provided us with valuable business advice.
Paltrow posted an article on “How to Understand and Invest in Cryptocurrencies” on their Goop website in August. He spoke with cryptocurrency expert and expert Sophie WibergHolm about the rapid transformation of cryptocurrency, how NFTs work, and the long-term benefits of investing in cryptocurrency.
Paltrow won the Oscar for Best Actress at the 71st Academy Awards (1998) for “Shakespeare in Love,” and in 2013 she was named the World’s Best Woman by People magazine. Lovers’, “Girl Emma Gets”, “Genius Ripley”, “Beauty in a Bottle”, “Iron Man”, “Avengers” series and other films.