Call him the ultimate hodler. After being one of the first musicians to accept Bitcoin all the way back in 2014, Rapper 50 Cent (a.k.a. Curtis Jackson) appears to have accumulated a small fortune in the volatile digital currency.\r\nAs TMZ first reported, and the man himself seems to have confirmed, 50 Cent left his Bitcoin sales untouched until rediscovering them some time recently. At the time, he reportedly raked in around 700 bitcoins in album sales for his fifth album, Animal Ambition, which launched in June 2014. TechCrunch reached out to confirm the numbers and will update when we hear back.\r\nOn the date of the album\u2019s launch, one bitcoin was worth $657. If reports of his 700 bitcoin haul are accurate, then 50 made around $460,000 in sales at the time \u2014 not bad.\r\nToday, that same amount of bitcoin is worth $7,770,000.\r\n50 appeared to confirm the news in an Instagram caption: \u201cNot Bad for a kid from South Side, I\u2019m so proud of me,\u201d followed by the comment \u201cI\u2019m a keep it real I forgot I did that shit. Lol.\u201d A later Instagram post showed bitcoin imagery with the caption \u201call moneys is good money over here.\u201d\r\nIn 2015, 50 filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and restructured his finances, agreeing to pay off $23 million in debt with a five-year plan. Last year, he reportedly finished paying off the $23 million early after receiving some money in a settlement. Back in 2011, the rapper debuted a set of\u00a0headphones marketed with his personal brand and became\u00a0the CEO of his own audio company, SMS Audio.\r\n\r\n50 may have stumbled onto his crypto-millions, but that doesn\u2019t diminish his early vision to support the then still fairly obscure digital currency. Still, cryptocurrency fortunes can change at a moment\u2019s notice. We\u2019d be curious to know if he plans to cash out or live that #hodler life.