KISS’s co-founder and bassist Gene Simmons recently posted a tweet on his Twitter account and shared a famous American billionaire investors words to explain why he’s so into cryptocurrency.

As you know, Gene Simmons highly enjoys using his social media accounts and in specific his Twitter account, to express his views on political and social matters, to update his fans on his latest projects, and lately, to inform his followers about his increasing interest in cryptocurrency.

Gene Simmons had recently made it to our headlines with his statements considering his views on cryptocurrency and his discussion of his investments. Upon receiving numerous questions on this matter, he quoted the world-renown billionaire internet entrepreneur and investor Marc Cuban.

In his recent tweet, Mark Cuban opened up about his views on cryptocurrency such as Dogecoin and said that it is ‘the best entertainment bang for your buck available.’ He went on to say that he purchased a few dollars worth of Dogecoin for his son who has fun watching the price movements and understand ‘the economics of supply and demand.’

Here’s what Mark Cuban said in his tweet:

“When a Forbes reporter asks me about Dogecoin and whether it’s a bad look for crypto when people are buying it:

No, it’s not a bad look. Dogecoin is less than a dime. You can buy $1 worth or $10 worth and have fun watching it all day every day. Literally and I say this with all seriousness, it’s the best entertainment bang for your buck available.

I bought a few dollars worth for my son and we watch it and discuss all its price movements and why they occur. It’s fun, it’s exciting and educational for him. Some of his friends got into it as well.

That’s not to say it has any intrinsic value. It doesn’t. But so what. It gives you a better chance of winning than a lottery ticket all while teaching the economics of supply and demand and introducing people to crypto assets.

I truly love it as the lowest cost economics teaching tool available that entertains at the same time.”

You can check out Gene Simmons and Mark Cuban’s tweets below.