Rapper Calls Himself "Cryptocurrency Scarface" After Coinbase Scored More Than $ 40 Million During IPO

Rapper Nasir Jones, better known as Nas, became an unexpected winner of Coinbase's IPO in April 2021. An early investor in cryptocurrencies, the rapper owned at least a $ 40 million stake. Proud of having a vision, Nas is investigating a new piece of DJ Khaled's cryptocurrency with JAY-Z "Sorry Not Sorry". Sorry, sorry DJ Khaled's 12th studio album, Khaled Khaled, has moved on to several notable hip-hop personalities, including the tenth single "Sorry Not Sorry". Many people were surprised by Jay-smart Z's billions of dollars. Although Jay Z's contribution to the movie "Sorry Not Sorry" is prominent, one of Nas' lines in the song is starting to appear. they impose themselves. The Queensbridge legend is hoarding Bobby Glenn's newly discovered fortune on a cover of "Sounds Like A Love Song," and he boldly claims to be part of the cryptocurrency world. Until we all go on, never fall, hear a boss speak, you don't hear me. It's your loss. The winner of life, damn, I'm relying on coins, basically a Scarface cryptocurrency, ”Nas raped the single, referring to his massive investment in the Coinbase cryptocurrency platform. Nas invested in Coinbase through its holding company Queensbridge Venture Partners. When Coinbase raised $ 25 million in its Series B funding round in 2013, Queensbridge announced it was an investor. In 2013, Coinbase was worth between $ 100 million and $ 200 million, and crypto trading activity has grown significantly since then. Related article | Rapper "Logic" Continues to Raise Bitcoin to 2.4 Million Twitter Followers In 2014, Nas told former Coindesk reporter Pete Rizzo that "[Bitcoin] will become a major industry, if not bigger than the Internet." He also invested Queensbridge Venture Partners in Coinbase at the time. Early Coinbase investors, including Nas and NBA star Kevin Durant, made a lot of money as Coinbase was listed on the Nasdaq and is currently trading.

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