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Is The Sports World Becoming More And More Involved in Bitcoin Ecosystem?

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Daryl Morey, manager of the Houston Rockets basketball team, said he recently purchased more Bitcoin (BTC).

Morey recently shared a tweet via the social media platform Twitter that Bitcoin has allowed investors to avoid the chaos of global markets. In response to a pro-Bitcoin tweet shared by Anthony Pompliano, co-founder of Morgan Creek Digital Assets, the manager commented that “I just got it.”

In addition, some analysts and investors say the price of Bitcoin could serve as a sign of geopolitical turmoil. At the same time, some say Bitcoin can act as a safe haven for people in economically vulnerable countries. Circle CEO Jeremy Allaire, for example, recently said that Bitcoin is a safe haven despite its volatility. We shared Allaire’s statements with you in this story.

Pompliano, meanwhile, commented that Morey is the last to be added to the long list of pro-Bitcoin musicians, athletes, and celebrities.

Professional Sports and Bitcoin
Earlier this month, Los Angeles Chargers NFL player Russell Okung announced that a series of local meetings to train people to talk about how Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies work, cointelegraph reported. incentives. Last week, Okung said in a tweet that chargers could be given game tickets to attendees of the “Bitcoin is__” conference.

In addition, according to recent reports, Dallas Maverick is the second NBA team to accept Bitcoin for the sale of tickets and team products.

On the other hand, in December 2018, Litecoin’s Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) was supposed to sponsor an event of a mixed martial arts organization.

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