Published On: Mon, Feb 5th, 2018

NFL Players Interested in Tackling Bitcoin, Securing Futures with Cryptocurrency

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Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are on the tips of many people’s tongues these days, and now professional athletes in the National Football League are looking to get in on the action.
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The future is always uncertain, even for highly paid professional athletes. With Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies becoming more mainstream, NFL players are starting to get involved.
One player leading the charge among his professional colleagues is the Seattle Seahawks’ cornerback and four-time Pro Bowler Richard Sherman, who began accepting Bitcoin – which he calls “the currency of the future” – as a method of payment for his official merchandise in 2014.
Sherman claims a lot of NFL players are discussing Bitcoin these days, telling CNBC that ever since the dominant cryptocurrency shot up to $19,000, “it has been common conversation for a lot of us.”
The prolific cornerback is currently nursing an injury to his Achilles tendon and has used the time to study up on the whole cryptocurrency market. He’s happily invested in Bitcoin (BTC), Litecoin (LTC) and Ethereum (ETH), as well as zero-fee cryptocurrency exchange Cobinhood (COB).

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