Bitcoin Bounty Referenced on an Episode of Marvel’s ‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’ – Featured Bitcoin News

The leading bitcoin for digital assets was featured on the action drama television show “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier”. The reference to Bitcoin was caught by a Redditor while watching the final episode. It’s not the first time Bitcoin has been featured on TV, and it certainly won’t be the last.

The falcon and the winter soldier and the 1K Bitcoin Bounty

On Friday, a member of the Reddit forum r / bitcoin posted a screenshot of a message on the TV show “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier”. The show originates from the Marvel Cinematic Universe and is streamed on the Disney + platform. The picture shared by the Redditor was for a BTC bonus and read, “Selby dead. ₿1K BOUNTY for their killers. “

The screenshot of the Reddit user u / Okitraz1986 and the Bitcoin reference were mentioned in the third episode “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” with the title “Power Broker”.

Bitcoin.com readers can check out the reference in episode three called “Power Broker”. At the time of writing, a 1,000 BTC premium would be nearly $ 60 million.

The Redditor said he thought it was cool, but it was way cooler when BTC was mentioned on TV years ago. He said:

I saw the latest episode of ‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’ ​​on Disney +. Noticeed this text message on the TV show. I thought it was cool and thought I’d share it. Mind you, that was a lot cooler [five] Years ago when I got into the bitcoin space but still nice to see we’re making progress in cultural touchstones.

“Paypal only give me a few bitcoins”

Of course, many Bitcoiners know that BTC has been mentioned many times on television in the past. Just recently, the TV show “Shameless” referred to Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH). BTC’s first TV mention came in 2012 in the episode of “The Good Wife,” and Krusty, the clown from “The Simpsons,” mentioned BTC the following year. On December 12, 2013, the late Alex Trebek used the digital asset in Jeopardy season 30.

Trebek stated:

A digital currency in which transactions can be carried out without a central bank.

Of course, the question was, “What is Bitcoin?” And the digital asset continued to be featured on popular television shows. BTC is in shows like “Morgan Spurlock Inside Man”, “Navy CIS LA”, “Almost Human”, “House of Cards”, “Mr. Robot” and more. “Paypal just gave me a few bitcoins,” they said in the famous show “Parks and Recreation” in 2014.

What do you think of Bitcoin referenced on the Marvel Cinematic Universe show “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier”? Let us know what you think on this matter in the comments section below.

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