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NFL GOAT, Tom Brady Ready To Accept Some Of His Salary in $BTC, $ETH, or $SOL

So, Tom Brady is an American football player, playing as a quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers of the National Football League (NFL).

Additionally, he’s popularly considered to be a “Greatest of All Time” (GOAT) because of many wonderful record-breaking accomplishments.

Going further, during an interview with American sportscaster Jim Gray for episode 5 of satellite radio company SiriusXM podcast

“Let’s Go” on September 20. Tom Brady confirms that he will consider to accept part of his salary in cryptocurrencies, like Bitcoin, Etheruem, or Solana.

When asked by Gray enquires if NFL players will ask for salaries in crypto.
So, Tom Brady replies

“Yeah, it’s [an] interesting topic… I think a few players have requested that.”
“I’d love to request that to get paid in some crypto… to get paid in some Bitcoin, or Ethereum, or Solana tokens.
“I think it’s an amazing thing that’s happening in the world with the way the world is becoming more digital…”
“I don’t think we’re ever going back… And I definitely see a world where players are going be paid in cryptocurrencies in the future.“

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FTX June 29 Partnership

Recently, TV commercial Tom Brady and his Brazilian supermodel wife Gisele Bundchen becomes shareholders of as part of a multi-year partnership with FTX.

This was announced on June 29, Tom Brady an Ambassador for FTX and Gisele handling the role of FTX’s Environmental & Social Initiatives Advisor.

Additionally, Gray asks if Tom Brady’s teammates and coaches talks about the FTX commercial.

Brady replied:
“As quarterbacks, we talk about crypto I’d say at least once a day. Everyone’s checking in on what the crypto markets are doing.”
“It’s kind of a fun thing for all of us to talk about.”
“We’re all a little, you know, volatile. Quarterbacks are always measuring risk reward. BA (i.e. Buccaneers Head Coach Bruce Arians) has always said ‘no risk it, no biscuit’… and that trickles back into the quarterback room a little bit too. “

Also, Tom Brady makes comments his interest in crypto in July in an interview with Gray…

“We talked about cryptocurrency with the quarterbacks all last season.”
“I mean, literally for last 12 months, we’re talking about Bitcoin, Etheruem, different cryptocurrencies…
“It’s fun for us to think that sometimes we’re financial wizards, as well as quarterbacks…“

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