Andre Iguodala & Klay Thompson, 2 NBA Champions, Will Receive a Part Of Their Salaries in Bitcoin

Andre Iguodala and Klay Thompson, 2 NBA Champions, will take a part of their next salaries in Bitcoin and donate $1 million in BTC each to fans.

Andre Iguodala and Klay Thompson have revealed that they will receive Bitcoin for a portion of their salaries with the Golden State Warriors. Through a collaboration with Cash App, which recently signed Aaron Rodgers and OBJ to similar deals, they’re giving away $1 million in Bitcoin.

On January 10, they revealed this news through Twitter.

Andre Iguodala and Klay Thompson are among a rising number of celebrities, athletes, influencers, and government officials who have taken crypto salaries. At least seven NFL players are presently opting for cryptocurrency over traditional pay. Last year, Miami Mayor Francis Suarez and New York City Mayor Eric Adams announced that they would accept BTC as payment, with Suarez taking it a step further by putting his 401(k) retirement savings in BTC. A 401(k) is a long-term retirement savings investment plan in the U.S., where an employer deducts an employee contribution directly from their salary before tax deductions.

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Andre Iguodala & Klay Thompson, 2 NBA Champions, Will Receive a Part Of Their Salaries in Bitcoin

Andre Iguodala and Klay Thompson, 2 NBA Champions, will take a part of their next salaries in Bitcoin and donate $1 million in BTC each to fans.

Andre Iguodala and Klay Thompson have revealed that they will receive Bitcoin for a portion of their salaries with the Golden State Warriors. Through a collaboration with Cash App, which recently signed Aaron Rodgers and OBJ to similar deals, they’re giving away $1 million in Bitcoin.

On January 10, they revealed this news through Twitter.

Andre Iguodala and Klay Thompson are among a rising number of celebrities, athletes, influencers, and government officials who have taken crypto salaries. At least seven NFL players are presently opting for cryptocurrency over traditional pay. Last year, Miami Mayor Francis Suarez and New York City Mayor Eric Adams announced that they would accept BTC as payment, with Suarez taking it a step further by putting his 401(k) retirement savings in BTC. A 401(k) is a long-term retirement savings investment plan in the U.S., where an employer deducts an employee contribution directly from their salary before tax deductions.

DISCLAIMER: The Information on this website is provided as general market commentary and does not constitute investment advice. We encourage you to do your own research before investing.

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