Actor Jay Ellis and Kevin Hart fielded a question together in the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) telethon on Saturday about accepting bitcoin, ethereum, and cryptocurrencies, to which Hart promptly responded: “We don’t take that voodoo money, we don’t take the voodoo, okay, so if you’re out there trying to give us the voodoo money…” While ranting on about bitcoin being voodoo money, he was interrupted by someone in his earpiece who set him straight. Hart then exclaimed, “What? We do take the voodoo? It's a legitimate investment that's worth over $250 billion.” He confirmed that MDA accept and embraces bitcoin. I have personally volunteered at the MDA summer camps (pre-covid) and I say that every donation means the world to the organization, their children, and their families. You can support MDA's Telethon by donating to using eight different digital currencies, powered by GivingBack. Donations will go towards fighting to free kids and adults from the harm of muscle-debilitating diseases so they can live longer and grow stronger. MDA says they will use funds to fund more research, bring more treatments, and provide life-changing care and support to families.