The NFL wide receiver has chosen to receive 100% of this pay in Bitcoin
Odell Cornelious Beckham Jr., generally known as OBJ, is an NFL wide receiver for the Los Angeles Rams.
Odell Beckham is the newest National Football League (NFL) star to hop on the Bitcoin fast-rising trend.
The popular wide receiver has teamed up with the Cash app, Square to make this possible.
Beckham is also giving up $1 million worth of Bitcoin on Twitter.
“It’s a NEW ERA & to kick that off I’m hyped to announce that I’m taking my new salary in bitcoin thanks to CashApp. To ALL MY FANS out there, no matter where u r: THANK YOU! I’m giving back a total of $1M in BTC rn too.”
It's a NEW ERA & to kick that off I'm hyped to announce that I'm taking my new salary in bitcoin thanks to @CashApp. To ALL MY FANS out there, no matter where u r: THANK YOU! I’m giving back a total of $1M in BTC rn too. Drop your $cashtag w. #OBJBTC & follow @CashApp NOW pic.twitter.com/ds1IgZ1zup
— Odell Beckham Jr (@obj) November 22, 2021
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