“The Simpsons” Predict that Cryptocurrency and Blockchain will Gain in Popularity

 

The Simpsons did it again! Yes, the popular adult cartoon again made social media boil over. But this time, the prediction has a positive outcome. It turns out that the creators of the show predict that cryptocurrency and blockchain will gain in popularity.

In the last episode of the series, Lisa Simpson learns the principles of blockchain and cryptocurrency. She is helped by this video, whose hero is Jim Parsons from The Big Bang Theory. He, in cooperation with the talking and dancing book, explains the intricacies of new technology.

“Each day I’m closer, to being the cash of the future. Not in your wallet, I’m in your computer!”

Simpson series that predicts the future

The news of the support of cryptocurrencies by Simpsons should please the decentralized technology community. The Altcoin Daily Twitter account has commented on the new episode:

The Simpsons did it! Cryptocurrency explained to Lisa by the great Jim Parsons on #TheSimpsons! It’s the money of the future!

The Simpsons did it! Cryptocurrency explained to Lisa by the great Jim Parsons on #TheSimpsons! It’s the money of the future!

— Altcoin Daily (@AltcoinDailyio) February 22, 2020

It is worth adding that there are conspiracy theories circulating on the web that the “Simpsons” … predicted the future. Anyway, in one episode of the series from a decade ago appeared the character of Donald Trump (then “only” a  bitcoin dice  well-known businessman and showman from TV), who was presented as the president of the United States. In the episode “Bart to the Future” Lisa Simpson, who took power in the country, talking with colleagues about the debt that … President Trump made during his presidency.

In turn in the 1998 episode, two well-known Hollywood producers wanted to create a film based on the idea of ​​Homer Simpson. The producer was to be Fox 20th Century, which … at that time in the world of Bart and Lisa belonged to Disney.

In another episode of 1998, Homer stood in front of a plaque with a pattern that, after writing, surprisingly accurately reported the mass of the Higgs boson. It is strange that only 14 years later the mass was calculated by scientists.

Will it be the same with cryptocurrencies and will we all be with “Lambos” in a few years?

Post Author: Catherine Lawrence