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The NBA Sacramento Kings will provide players with the option of paying salaries in Bitcoin – News Bitcoin News

The American professional basketball team Sacramento Kings (Sacramento Kings) will provide everyone in the organization with the option of paying salaries in Bitcoin. NBA chairman Vivek Ranadivé said that this includes all players.

Sacramento Kings will provide a salary in Bitcoin

According to reports, the chairman of the Sacramento Kings, Vivek Ranadivé, said at a meeting on Monday that everyone in his organization can use as many bitcoins as they want to receive a salary.Bitcoin enthusiast Neil Jacobs attended the club meeting lead Ranadivé said:

I will announce in the next few days that I will provide a salary to everyone in the Kings organization, and they can get as much Bitcoin salary as possible from them, including them.

The Sacramento Kings became the first NBA team to accept Bitcoin as a payment option on stage through Bitpay in January 2014. In 2018, the team announced that it became the world’s first professional sports team to mine cryptocurrency through a charity program called Miningforgood.

In addition, the Kings teamed up with Blockparty to develop a blockchain-driven reward program, and teamed up with CryptoKaiju to launch a series of physical cryptographic collections in the field of professional sports. It also launched the NBA’s first blockchain-based real-time auction platform with Consensys and Treum for the auction of real souvenirs.

At the same time, professional football player Russell Okung (Russell Okung) has been paid through Bitcoin. He stated in January that he earned half of BTC’s $13 million salary.

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