NFL quarterback Aaron Rogers will accept part of Bitcoin’s $22 million salary

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rogers stated that he will use Bitcoin to pay part of his National Football League salary.

In a video posted to his Twitter account on November 1, Rogers-dressed as a fictional character John Wick, probably on Halloween- Said He will work with Cash App to exchange Bitcoin (Bitcoin).National Football League Report In July, Rogers will receive a base salary of US$1.1 million, in addition to a signing bonus of US$14.5 million and a roster bonus of US$6.8 million in March, totaling approximately US$22.3 million.

According to the data from Cointelegraph Markets ProAt the time of publication, Rogers’ total salary was approximately 368.84 BTC and the price was $60,636.Although crypto assets have reached Close to the all-time high of $67,000 On October 20, it fell below $60,000 more than once last week, and fluctuated mainly between $60,000 and $63,000.

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As the space becomes more mainstream, Rogers embraces cryptocurrency along with other professional sports athletes.Last week, Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady said he will Compensation for football fans who held the 600th touchdown in his career 1 BTC and some signed sports memorabilia.