UFC Boxer Adjustments Twitter Call to Advertise Bitcoin Halving

UFC Fighter Changes Twitter Name to Promote Bitcoin Halving

As Bitcoin (BTC) prepares to go through a block incentive cutting in half following month, at the very least one famous number in the sporting activities globe is doing his component to advertise the occasion.

Ben Askren, previous Ultimate Combating Champion (UFC) boxer as well as popular Bitcoin bull, has actually transformed the display screen name on his Twitter account to “Bitcoin Halving May 13”. Askren has greater than 311,000 fans.

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The name as well as day are describing the authorities cutting in half occasion occurring in simply over 36 days. When the total amount obstructs in the BTC network reach 630,000, the ‘cutting in half’ will certainly decrease the block incentive from 12.5 BTC to 6.25 BTC.

Askren sustains Bitcoin as well as Litecoin

As Cointelegraph has reported, the blended fighting styles (Mixed Martial Arts) boxer has a fondness for electronic possessions. Askren has advertised cryptocurrency on his Twitter account on greater than one event, specifying he “simply acquired even more BTC.”

The previous UFC boxer has actually additionally been paid to advertise Litecoin (LTC). In January 2019, Askren disclosed he had actually been funded by the Litecoin Structure for UFC235 He consequently uploaded images on his Instagram account putting on a Litecoin-branded Tee shirts.

UFC collaborations with crypto firms

An approximated 5 million individuals listen to see UFC occasions as well as the organization lately partnered with Dapper Labs, the business behind the CryptoKitties blockchain video game, to introduce electronic UFC-branded antiques. The connection in between UFC as well as crypto extends back to when Jon Fitch came to be the initial Mixed Martial Arts boxer to be paid in BTC back in 2015.

Nonetheless, thus lots of various other firms dealing with traveling constraints as well as being encouraged not to collect in huge teams, the UFC has closed down lots of occasions due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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