Professional Soccer Players Are Buying Bitcoin And It Will Protect Their Wealth

Professional Soccer Players Are Buying Bitcoin And It Will Protect Their Wealth

Professional soccer player Ryan Babel has reportedly onboarded teammates to bitcoin, helping them secure and grow their wealth.According to online reports, Galatasaray S.K. and Netherlands national football team’s Ryan Babel has been shilling bitcoin to his teammates. Babel has played for Ajax, Liverpool, Fulham and others. He has played in the Champions League, Euro 2012 and the World Cup building connections to some of the best-known and well-compensated soccer players in Europe. Babel has shared his eagerness to accumulate bitcoin on Twitter, so it is not a stretch to imagine that....


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