This is less a Superbowl 56 and more Super Seminar LVI, encouraging America to get into digital trading. The seminar begins on Sunday Feb. 13 at about 4:30 PM EST on NBC, with a light championship football game coming on around 6:30 PM EST, followed by the beginning of the greatest rush into Crypto and NFT trading on Monday which should spread into mainstream madness on or by March 31st.
If there is an event to bring in a roaring 20’s in this century, Superbowl 56 is the match hitting the gasoline.
Seminar LVI will send crypto trading to the moon.
Put your space boots on, early crypto traders, because Superbowl 56 will rocket NFT’s and cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum and a few other current unknown contenders, I suspect, into mainstream American wallets. When the very seat at the Superbowl becomes a potentially tradeable value via blockchain, no American can look the other way. Not anymore.
Matt Damon is leading the bold and brave with Crypto.com, a crypto trading platform boasting over 10,000,000 downloads already. Move over Coinbase, because Crypto.com is going to sweep in to press the USA buy now button, bigger than Alibaba or BIDU.
Founded in 2016, by Bobby Bao, Gary Or, and Kris Marszalek, Crypto.com is a Singapore-based company, Foris DAX Asia, a subsidiary of Foris DAX MT (Malta) Limited. Foris Dax’s crypto.com has clearly transitioned out of the start-up phase to become a global and US accepted multi-Billion dollar financial firm. If you didn’t recognize it before, after Sunday, Crypto.com will be to America, a global power financial house and to many Americans, their crypto trading house and store.
Pre-launch advertising indicates a significant investment into attracting US markets to Crypto and NFT trading and there should be no surprise to see little old grannies showing their I.D.’s to the laptop camera over the coming months, with a little help from their children, after they are shown by their children.
U.S. regulators have snarled many foreign crypto exchanges away from accepting US crypto accounts, however Crypto.com has established itself as a real financial firm fit for US business by meeting US requirements to accept US customers. With Matt Damon tapping into the root of American Spirit of ingenuity and grit to take on impossible ideas and make them a reality, crypto may see the greatest upshot ever.
The crypto sell off over the past few months, dropping Bitcoin to its low of $35,075.70 on January 22, 2022, from its all-time high of $69,000 on November 9th, 2021, has created an opportunity that surely won’t be missed after the Superbowl 56 CLEP education of mainstream America is wrapped up. I suspect that when the lights go out at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California on Sunday night, computer and phone lights will be bright into the east coast Monday morning with green, green, green. Cryptocurrencies and NFT’s are going to peg bright green across a wide board of issues, especially in the over 250 tokens available at Crypto.com.
I think a new joke will emerge from this historic technology adopting event borrowing from hockey: I went to a “how-to-crypto seminar and a Superbowl broke out!” Even the seats were turned into NFT’s!
The question is, how many people are going to take pictures and turn their experiences into NFT’s so the home viewers can share in the experience and potential wealth of such trading? This may see a crypto panic in the other direction of the last big dip. After all, ‘The first Beer Spill LVI’ may go for a cool Million bucks someday! Maybe even on the next day.
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