A new cryptocurrency startup has been born and this one is targeting the vegan community. VeganNation is launching the VeganCoin and hopes to \u201ccreate a strong global nation for vegans worldwide.\u201d To help it reach its goal, it has tapped several celebrities, including one that has been mentioned every five minutes for the past two months. Jerome Flynn\u2014aka Ser Bronn of the Blackwater in Game of Thrones or just Bronn\u2014is now an advisor to VeganNation. Flynn has been a \u201cvegan influencer\u201d for VeganNation since this past February, apparently, but there was never a big deal made out of it. He joins Jenna Dewan from Step Up and Ian Macfarlane of Cape town Medi-Spa, the first medical and wellness facility to launch in South Africa. In speaking with CoinDesk, Flynn stated, \u201cVegan Nation is the basis of an international vegan economy ... Live simpler, more economical, and better for the Earth and the soul of each of us. VeganCoin will allow many more to become vegans and thereby contribute to the reduction of our ecological footprint.\u201d VeganNation plans on achieving its global vegan invasion by forming a \u201ccloud nation\u201d of \u201chundreds of millions\u201d of vegans. They will all use the VeganCoin, which will allow for an \u201cincentive system, rewarding contribution and engagement.\u201d Along with its other efforts, VeganNation also plans on using its solution to track food and other products in order to identify those that are legitimately vegan, while calling out those that aren\u2019t. Israel-based VeganNation is looking forward to Flynn\u2019s involvement. It stated on LinkedIn, "We are thrilled to announce the partnership of 'Games of Thrones' star, British actor Jerome Flynn, joins the VeganNation initiative, creating an international vegan economy based on virtual currency, the VeganCoin.\u201d The use of celebrities to endorse cryptocurrency projects hasn\u2019t always worked out the way the teams planned. Floyd Mayweather and DJ Khaled were fined $750,000 for plugging an illegal initial coin offering, but escaped harm from a private lawsuit. Steven Seagal learned that his martial arts talents wouldn\u2019t save him from a fight with regulators last year. Others have succumbed, as well, so Flynn should be prepared to step lightly.