“I believe in #Bitcoin and the future is bright,” Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers tweeted on November 1. Since then, it has shared the same trajectory as his team’s postseason performance, falling below $38,000, a 45% decline. trib.al/pIVL86V #cryptocurrency

Jan 26, 2022 · 5:27 PM UTC

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It’s ok, he’s immunized against declines…
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As expected 😂
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The Rodgers Effect
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Second trashing crypto article today. When the market crashes do you say how much warren buffet lost? Dunking on Rogers to prove a point is manipulation. Someone is pulling some strings I see. Guarantee their goal is to lower the price to buy
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Who in the Elizabeth Warren took over at Forbes? We the people expect better from you.
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When it inevitably bounces back this will be solely seen as a tweet criticizing Aaron Rodgers with no substance whatsoever. Great journalism.
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Majority of these athletes have been receiving pay in btc long enough their average cost is still lower than $38k which means they aren't hurt by this at all this money will make all of them 100s of millions to billions before 2030...
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We all know it's a long term game, and he has the money to hold out for a long time he will be fine and make a profit.
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