Touchdown: This NFL Player Will Take 2021 Salary In Bitcoin

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An NFL player for the Kansas City Chiefs, Sean Culkin, has joined the ranks of players and athletes demanding to receive their salaries in Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. The National Football League (NFL) tight end stated that he would be converting his entire 2021 salary into bitcoin. He said this in a series of tweets on Monday. He tweeted: “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 Kansas City Chiefs will pay Culkin’s salary in dollars, which will automatically be converted to bitcoin on a weekly basis through Strike by Zap, The Street reported, noting that his base salary is $920,000. He tweeted on March 18: “My salary is league minimum. But if I’m buying bitcoin…

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