Mark Cuban Reportedly Unstaked And Moved MATIC Holdings To Coinbase
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Mark Cuban Reportedly Unstaked And Moved MATIC Holdings To Coinbase

American billionaire Mark Cuban has moved to Coinbase over $2.5 million worth of MATIC he received from Polygon in 2021.

Billionaire and Shark Tank star Mark Cuban has transferred nearly 3 million MATIC worth more than $2.5 million he originally received from the Polygon Ecosystem Growth initiative to crypto exchange Coinbase, according to data from blockchain monitoring platform Spot On Chain.

While the purpose of the transfer remains unclear, Cuban’s investment valued the assets at $4.25 million in May 2021. 

If sold at the current market price, it would represent a potential 40% loss compared to two years ago. As of press time, Cuban made no public statements on the matter.

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Mark Cuban, known as the former majority owner of the Dallas Mavericks NBA team (now minority owner), backed Polygon in May 2021, saying he was using the layer-2 solution “more and more.” 

However, specific details about the size and composition of his investments have not been disclosed.

The latest move comes just a day after Polygon founder Mihailo Bjelic said in an X post that “for all practical purposes, Polygon can (again) be considered an underdog.” 

As of press time, MATIC is trading at $1.

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