NFL Legend Tom Brady Has ‘Definitely’ Invested in Crypto
The seven-time Super Bowl champion says he doesn’t see crypto going away. As for which coins he owns, the seven-time Super Bowl champion didn’t say.
Tom Brady has “definitely” gotten involved in investing in the cryptocurrency market, the seven-time Super Bowl champion said Thursday.
“I’m a big believer in [crypto],” Brady said in a pre-recorded video interview with FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried. He did not share any specific details about which crypto assets he’s invested in.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback only recently entered the public crypto sphere, launching non-fungible token (NFT) platform Autograph last month and changing his Twitter profile picture to the Bitcoin laser eyes meme shortly after.
“In my understanding, it was really a vote of confidence to really get into the conversation as I’m such a big believer in crypto, and where things are heading in the world,” Brady said.
But Brady, who won six of his Super Bowl titles with the New England Patriots, said he’s been discussing cryptocurrency for far longer than just the past month. And when asked whether he had “gotten involved with any investing in crypto,” Brady said, “I definitely have.”
“In our quarterback room, one of my coaches has been on it for eight, nine months. So we talk about it basically every day, the prices of the different tokens, how the space is doing,” Brady said.