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Tom Brady joins forces with FTX

Updated: Jul 28, 2021

The NFL reigning Super Bowl champion & his wife Giselle Bundchen are more than just crypto-enthusiasts. The international celebrity couple have partnered with Sam Bankman-Fried's global crypto exchange FTX.

The market capitalization of FTX is currently over $8.8 billion and largely due to the help of the exchanges native token, the FTT token. Interestingly, both FTX and it's native token FTT is

not available to U.S. residents. To obtain FTX in the first place, Tom must be using either Giselle's Brazilian citizenship or a VPN. Either way, it would be no surprise to find out the 7-time Super Bowl champ is able to pick apart a defense and score regardless of the down and distance.

"It's an incredibly exciting time in the crypto world..." says TB12

Giselle is currently the 16th richest woman in the entertainment industry. The supermodel will be using her global influence to act on behalf of the environmental and social initiative for FTX. The couple together is worth well over a half a billion dollars. Now they will be rewarded in crypto for their campaign to help spread the word of cryptocurrency and the industry environmental responsibility on behalf of FTX.

NFL quarterbacks are at the front of the line for crypto involvement

Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes launches his own NFT collection. 1st Round draft pick of the Jacksonville Jaguars QB Trevor Lawrence accepted his $24 million signing bonus in none other than Bitcoin. The veteran, superstar, and rookie are the perfect trio to aid in the U.S. adoption of the new money.


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1 Comment

Lori B
Lori B
Jul 08, 2021

Wish US citizens had more access. This is crap.

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