Famous NFL Players who prefer cryptocurrency over cash salaries

Famous NFL Players who prefer cryptocurrency over cash salaries
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Famous NFL Players who prefer cryptocurrency over cash salaries

NFL players opted to begin accepting a portion of their salary, and they will convert it to cryptocurrency, allowing them to profit from the coin's profitability.

01/28/2022

The year 2021 was fantastic for all NFL fans since it allowed them to return to stadiums at full capacity after the 2020 season was marred by low attendance due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

The year was also a successful one for cryptocurrency investors, as BTC reached a fresh high of $69,000 in November. Following this event, some NFL players opted to begin accepting a portion of their salary, and they will convert it to cryptocurrency, allowing them to profit from the coin’s profitability. 

NFL players who take cryptos

According to the report, these are the players who take cryptos.

Aaron Rodgers

Rodgers, the reigning 2020 NFL MVP, came to Twitter in November to announce, via video, that he will be collaborating with Cash App to have a portion of his pay paid in Bitcoin.

Rodgers expects to make roughly $22.3 million this year.

Tom Brady

Tom Brady is one of the most well-known NFL players. He is also a high-profile figure who has made significant investments in the bitcoin sector.

The NFL’s all-time touchdown pass leader has not commented on being paid in Bitcoin by the league, but FTX exchange will compensate him after taking an equity share in Sam Bankman-Fried’s exchange.

Brady, on the other hand, didn’t just make money from crypto assets; in April, Wozinga Crypto News reported that he established Autograph, an NFT platform aimed at attracting talent in sports, fashion, and also entertainment, a program that real money casino USA was interested in.

Odell Beckham Jr.

Odell Beckham Jr. became the second NFL player to follow Aaron Rodgers’ lead, establishing a collaboration with Cash App to get a portion of his NFL paycheck in Bitcoin.

The NFL should pay OBJ roughly $4.25 million this season, according to his current deal.

He, like Rodgers, vowed to donate $1 million in Bitcoin because of his work with Cash App. Because his Twitter profile photo is a Crypto Punk NFT, the Los Angeles Rams wide receiver is no stranger to crypto and the realm of NFT.

Trevor Lawrence

Trevor Lawrence, quarterback of the Carolina Panthers, has joined the list of NFL athletes who take cryptocurrency payments. Lawrence’s deal, on the other hand, is unique in that it is the crypto platform app FTX that is responsible for his endorsement.

By Elah Mae Ariate Wozinga Staff

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