Steph Curry Asks For Crypto Advice On Twitter

After a profitable $206,000 purchase of the popular Non-Fungible Token (NFT) named Bored Ape Yacht Club, the all-star from NBA, Steph Curry reached out to his 15.5 million Twitter fan base last week on Tuesday. He asked for tips on how to get ahead in the cryptocurrency space. So, he tweeted: “Just getting started in the crypto game…y’all got any advice??”

According to the OpenSea profile of this basketball athlete, he currently owns a total of 16 NFTs, including the blue-skinned Bored Ape featured on his Twitter profile. Moreover, Tom Brady, the legendary NFL quarterback who now plays for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, humorously expressed his point:

Furthermore, the profile picture of Tom Brady on Twitter depicted the infamous Laser eyes. It is a famous meme that was adopted by the crypto community, politicians, athletes, and other noteworthy industry figures at the beginning of this year to declare that they support the leading crypto asset Bitcoin (BTC).

Gary Vaynerchuk is a serial entrepreneur and early investor in Coinbase, a cryptocurrency exchange listed on the Nasdaq. He also offered his thoughts with a philosophy of haste which everyone would expect to come from an individualist entrepreneur. He simply replied: “50 hours of homework”. In response to this reply, @Wealth_Theory, the Twitter user accurately replied. He said, “There is not one person on earth who did 50 hours of homework before ramming money into altcoins. Lol”

Also, according to the relevant data from DappRadar, Top Shot, the NBA’s slam dunk NFT project, is the fourth most popular NFT marketplace in the past 1 month. It stands with $28.11 million in sales among 112,360 traders.

Moreover, data from CryptoSlam show Top Shot as the fourth largest NFT collection of all-time in terms of sales, with Axie Infinity, CryptoPunks, and ArtBlocks. They all are claiming podium spots.

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