The Simpsons And Marvel Comics Introduce Cryptocurrency Into Their Storylines

Crypto seems like it is ready for another successful year with the inception of cryptos into Marvel Comics and The Simpsons. Marvel Comics’ Hunt for Wolverine – Adamantium Agenda, the first issue, and The Simpsons: Tapped Out video game are both working in references to cryptocurrency into their respective storylines and quests as an attempt to capture some of the excitement regarding money’s future.

The Simpsons is an animated sitcom that was created by Matt Groening back in December 1989. Now that Freemium games are very popular these days, The Simpsons: Tapped Out is a popular game categorized as a freemium game. Within the game, Who Shot Mr. Burns, Part 3 is the third minor event of this year. After that followed The Springfield Jobs 2018 event, that ends in just a few days. These two minor events are the 35th and 36th minor events of the game’s history. The game has announced that it will be launching a new type of event which is called Crypto Cool.

The crypto cool starts the same way with Homer playing around at work. Players are required to keep the nerdy character Martin talking about blockchain, mentioning it over and over again, however never actually explaining what it is he’s talking about.

The Simpsons: Tapped Out video game, a game owned by EA Mobile has been around for more than five years now, available in Android, iOS, and Kindle Fire. Over the years it has earned more than a $100 million through in-game purchases.

Marvel’s Hunt for Wolverine – Adamantium Agenda #1 was written by Tom Taylor and illustrated by RB Silva. This issue is about how, at some point, Wolverine rescued New York City by basically helping it avoid being hit by a bomb. However saving the city meant Wolverine sacrificing himself, now that he can’t be found, Iron Man, Spiderman, Luke Cage and Jessica Jones team up to find him. Wolverine assumes bitcoin as a universal power delivery system often used by robots. At one point, without giving too much away, Tony Stark (Iron Man) needs to make payments. It assumed, considering the type of characters he’s dealing with, he’ll use the usual unmarked cash. This time instead, he must use cryptocurrency.

The Walt Disney Company, Marvel Comic has Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, and Steve Ditko as creators. Among its most popular characters include Black Panther, Thor, The Hulk, Captain America, Star-Lord, Daredevil, etc. Marvel has captured slightly more income than its biggest rival DC Comics.


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