Tuesday, following a conspicuous purchase of $ 206,000 of a popular non-fungible token (NFT) from Bored Ape Yacht Club, NBA star Steph Curry wrote to his 15.5 million fans on Twitter to get directions on how to progress in the crypto industry.
The Golden State Warriors athlete tweeted: “I started with cryptocurrencies … do you have any advice?“
Observing the OpenSea profile of the basketball player, currently owns 16 NFTs in total, including the blue-furred Bored Ape shown on his Twitter profile.
Legendary NFL quarterback Tom Brady, who currently wears the Tampa Bay Buccaneers jersey, humorously offered his perspective:
“Whatever you do … don’t put your laser eyes on!”
Whatever you do…don’t laser eyes! https://t.co/VVqUx6E6Oe
— Tom Brady (@TomBrady) September 7, 2021
Even Gary Vaynerchuk, a serial entrepreneur and first investor in the cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase, simply replied: “50 hours of study.“Twitter user @Wealth_Theory, however, countered:”There is not a person in the world who has studied for 50 hours before investing money in altcoins. LOL “
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CryptoSlam data reveal also that Top Shot is the fourth largest NFT collection by overall sales volume, with Axie Infinity, CryptoPunks and ArtBlocks following on the podium.
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