Aaron Rodgers announced Monday in a Twitter video that he will be taking part of his NFL salary in Bitcoin, a major endorsement of the crypto world. He also said he’ll be donating $1 million as part of his partnership with Cash App.
“Bitcoin to the moon,” Rodgers says at the beginning of his John Wick Halloween-styled speech.
I believe in Bitcoin & the future is bright. That's why I’m teaming up with Cash App to take a portion of my salary in bitcoin today.
— Aaron Rodgers (@AaronRodgers12) November 1, 2021
Rodgers signed a four-year, $134 million extension back in 2018 with $22 million coming this season — now, the Packers star thrusts part of those guarantees at the kings of crypto, a finite currency that has more reliability than the U.S. dollar. Even if you don’t have cash to play with like Aaron Rodgers, you too can invest in the future. Our federal government can’t print Bitcoin, which is why it’s the greatest invention of the past century.
One whole Bitcoin could’ve been purchased for $13,530.01 exactly one year ago today, and now they go for $62,435.48 — a 460% jolt. That’s happening because people are beginning to realize savings accounts are a joke and it’s better to be proactive with your money. Inflation is, once again, on our chests, and the way out is ditching the dollar for more impactful resources like Bitcoin.
Rodgers’ accountant, just as many others have, are predicting the bull market to kick the crypto giant up into the mid-$150,000s by this winter. Get in now before it’s too late.