Monday, April 26, 2021

KANSAS CITY CHIEFS HODL?!?

For the record . . .

HODL is a term derived from a misspelling of "hold" that refers to buy-and-hold strategies in the context of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.

Accordingly, here's more than a bit of hype and this B-list player earning a bit of savvy publicity with his protestations whilst everyone else panics.

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Chiefs tight end Sean Culkin becomes first NFL player to convert entire salary into Bitcoin

Kansas City Chiefs tight end Sean Culkin announced on Monday that he will take the entirety of his 2021 base salary - reportedly around $920,000 - in bitcoin."I fully believe Bitcoin is the future of finance," Culkin said in a social media post.

8 comments:

Reality Speaker said...

I don't blame him, but there is no way this communist administration is going to allow crypto to replace their "fiat" currency.

They have the commie presses running night and day and crypto represents a genuine threat when the sheeple realize their Monopoly money is worth more than the inflated dollar.

Anonymous said...

^^OK Boomer. You watch Faux News too much. Please let us know where you got your Economics degree.

chuck said...

^^^^ Dead on the money.

chuck said...

3:05 Is dead on the money.

Anonymous said...

^^No Boomer, 3:22 is dead on the money.

Anonymous said...

That's a big ferkin bet. In the grand scheme of things, its pretty safe for the very wealthy. He doesn't likely depend on that money for day to day bills. But even over the last month the BC value fluctuated 55-65k or something like that.

Anonymous said...

smart bet. He could be a billionaire in a few years

Hyperblogal said...

He should be asked to be paid in tube sox, at least he'd have something tangible.