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Crypto App Blockfolio Signs NFL Draft Pick Trevor Lawrence As Ambassador

Cryptocurrency seems to be gaining more and more use cases by the day, and this time, it has found a new home in American football. NFL number one draft pick Trevor Lawrence has just closed a mouth-watering deal with crypto mobile investment app Blockfolio. Lawrence Signs Multi-Year Deal With Blockfolio After being named this year’s National Football League (NFL) draft pick for the year, Trevor Lawrence has another surprise up his sleeve. This time, he is making a bold move into the world of investing with crypto investment app Blockfolio, a subsidiary of crypto exchange FTX. The deal announced on…

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NFL Player Sean Culkin Will Convert Full 2021 Salary To Bitcoin

Kansas City Chiefs tight end Sean Culkin commits to converting his entire 2021 NFL salary to bitcoin. Sean Culkin, a tight end for the NFL’s Kansas City Chiefs, has joined the wave of athletes demanding to be paid in bitcoin. “I fully believe Bitcoin is the future of finance and I wanted to prove that I have real skin in the game — not just trying to make a quick buck. I will be converting my entire NFL salary to #Bitcoin,” the athlete tweeted earlier today. Culkin’s base salary for 2021 is a reported $920,000, according to KMBC. In converting…

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NFL Player Sean Culkin to Receive Full Salary in Bitcoin

The National Football League (NFL) tight end Sean Culkin has stated that he would be converting his entire 2021 salary into bitcoin. NFL Player Converts 100% Salary to Bitcoin Culkin, who plays for the Kansas City Chiefs revealed the decision via a tweet on Monday (April 26, 2021). According to the football tight end: “I Read More

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NFL wunderkind Trevor Lawrence inks crypto endorsement deal with Blockfolio

The NFL draft prospect has already received the first part of his bonus payment in crypto. Trevor Lawrence, the presumptive number one pick in the upcoming National Football League, or NFL, draft has signed an endorsement deal with crypto portfolio tracking platform Blockfolio. According to a report on Monday by the New York Times, the quarterback prodigy has already received the signing bonus from the Blockfolio endorsement deal in crypto. Commenting on the deal, Sam Bankman-Fried, CEO of Blockfolio’s parent company FTX, said that Lawrence “was excited about crypto.” According to Bankman-Fried, Lawrence’s positive disposition towards cryptocurrencies is what drew…

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Why Are Athletes Demanding To Be Paid In Bitcoin?

What's factoring into the growing trend among professional athletes and sports teams to use bitcoin as a means of exchange? The Sacramento Kings of the National Basketball Association (NBA) recently made headlines when their owner Vivek Ranadive announced that in the near future, anyone in the organization (players, coaches, and staff members) who wants to will be able to receive a portion (or all) of their salary paid in bitcoin. Soon, any player on the Kings who wants to be paid In bitcoin will easily be able to do so, despite the past difficulty other professional athletes have encountered being…

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BitAngels to Host Blockchain Virtual Conference With Focus on NFL Champion

BitAngels, “one of the largest blockchain investor networks in the world,”will be hosting a Blockchain Virtual Conference on August 19th, 2020, according to a press release from the group. This will feature “NFL Super Bowl Champion and Founder at sports emerging tech company VEEPIO, Najee Goode, in its August Virtual Keynote and Company Showcase,” the release states. Goode has had a storied past, having been a finalist for the Microsoft NFL Honors, as well as been awarded the “Anything but Ordinary” award by the NFL for being a Player of the Year. On top of this, the conference will have…

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