The answer is, yes! Before the holidays roll around and Mariah Carey gets busy being the Queen of Christmas, the superstar is getting involved with cryptocurrency.
Mimi announced her partnership with the crypto platform, Gemini, which focuses on educating and inspiring women to become smart investors. Gemini was founded by Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss and can be used to buy, sell, and earn and hold on to over 50 cryptocurrencies, like bitcoin.
When using the code “mariah” a portion of investor’s trading fees will be donated to Black Girls CODE, a non-profit organization that aims to train 1 million women of color “by 2040 to lead, innovate, and create in science, tech, engineering, and math.” Investors can use the link gemini.com/mariah to ensure their fees are donated to Black Girls CODE.
Tyler Winklevoss shared, “It's great to see Mariah and other celebrities discover bitcoin as an investment and hedge against inflation. Cryptos like bitcoin and ether were two of the best-performing assets of the last decade. Our goal at Gemini is to help educate you on the promise of crypto and make it simple, easy, and safe for you to engage in this new asset class."
Mariah posted a video on Instagram explaining how Gemini’s resources helped her develop her investing skills while using crypto.