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Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk, cryptocurrency's most influential face, owns Bitcoin, Dogecoin and Ethereum. 

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Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter and Square, has advocated cryptocurrency since 2017 and has invested in Bitcoin. 

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Messi's love for cryptocurrency became apparent when the soccer player's PSG contract included fan tokens, a form of crypto. 

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American billionaire Mark Cuban who owns Bitcoin and Ether, revealed that he has $494 worth of meme-inspired Dogecoin. 

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Star couple Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis invested in Bitcoin more than eight years ago.

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Champion Boxer Mike Tyson debuted in the cryptocurrency ring in 2015 saying he is “grateful to be part of the revolution.” 

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Celebrity Paris Hilton, a long-term bitcoin investor, has her own non-fungible token collection.

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Actor Gwyneth Paltrow has shown support for crypto on social media, becoming the face of bitcoin wallet, Abra in 2017.

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Rapper Snoop Dogg has long endorsed Bitcoin and owns his own non-fungible token collection 'A Journey With The Dogg.'

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The Queen Of Pop, Madonna, teamed up with Ripple for an online fundraiser to benefit her 'Raising Malawi' foundation. 

Actor Johnny Depp became a partner with interactive blockchain startup TaTaTu which rewards users in form of tokens.

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