Bitcoin payment app CashApp partners with Oscar-winning actress Gwyneth Paltrow

Bitcoin payment app CashApp partners with Oscar-winning actress Gwyneth Paltrow 2

Square’ CashApp did a partnership with Gwyneth Paltrow to push the adoption of Bitcoin. 

In the present time, the crypto industry is still in the initial phase of understanding for most people. Many people think that the crypto market is just like the stock market and there is a lack of regulation and it is highly dangerous because volatility may end up in loss. So there is a need to push crypto education on how people can make money with this in a more safe way and also can use crypto assets & blockchain technology in many financial and non-financial services. 

CashApp is a digital payment app of Square. This company is trying to push the adoption of crypto payments to the next level. In particular, CashApp supports Bitcoin-based payments globally through CashApp.

Even Twitter’s Bitcoin Tipping feature is using CashApp to make micropayments in Bitcoins. 

As a part of an effort to push the adoption among every category of people, CashApp partnered with the Oscar-winning actress Gwyneth Paltrow. 

Gwyneth Paltrow wrote about this partnership with CashApp and explained how she is trying to push crypto in women. 

She wrote on Instagram:

“Participating in the world of cryptocurrency has felt exclusionary, especially to women. I was on a show called Planet of the Apps in 2017, and that was my first real experience learning about crypto and blockchain, but it took me a few years before I felt comfortable buying Bitcoin.”

Gwyneth also wrote that she will give away around $500k worth of Bitcoins to the followers, who will comment in the comment section with CashApp hashtags and also download the CashApp. 

She wrote:

” @CashApp is now making it easy to gift Bitcoin. And the best part – I get to give out $500k worth of Bitcoin to you to spread the holiday cheer. Follow @cashapp + drop your $cashtag below with #CashAppGifting to enter.“

Besides Gwyneth, CashApp partnered with the NFL’s Aaron Rodgers. Aaron is that person, who recently announced that he will receive salary partially in Bitcoin. 

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