Thursday, March 18, 2021

Explaining The Patrick Mahomes NFT

Drunk uncles will dismiss it as a fad but digital currency is just as valuable or as worthless as any other medium of exchange backed up little more than good faith.

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Kansas City Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes enters the world of NFTs

6:00 AM ET Adam TeicherESPN Staff Writer Close Covered Chiefs for 20 seasons for Kansas City Star Joined ESPN in 2013 KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Since his arrival in Kansas City in 2017, Patrick Mahomes has been about connecting with Chiefs fans.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Mahomes better hope that some adult takes him aside and gives him some advice about spending his money.
At the rate he's going, he'll be yet another broke NFL retiree by the time he's forty years old.
And he should keep in mind that his "partner" will get half his money plus child support when she unloads him.
Celebrity and professional sports stardom has a way of fading very very fast.

Anonymous said...

^^and you should mind your own fucking business. Stoup counting other people's money grammy. It's petty. You're broke, he's not. You eat cat food, he doesn't. That's life.

Anonymous said...


Oh get over it. The ugly boy Queen Nefertiti Patty Puss is all about trouble making and being the best deadbeat dad. Oh and the chiefs don't have many fans left so.....

Anonymous said...

^^and yet they have millions left as evidenced by the full house when Arrowhead returns in the fall. Weird.

Anonymous said...

8:35 is a internet tuff guy, bet he wont say that shit out in the real world