Cowboys Legend Michael Irvin All Set To Light It Up in Biz World With TradeZing

Published 04/10/2022, 9:30 AM EDT

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The Bitcoin 2022 Conference at Miami Beach saw many athletic luminaries on the panel. NFL Athletes like QB Aaron Rodgers, WR Odell Beckham Jr., and Tennis icon Serena Williams express their interest in cryptocurrency. Moreover, NFL Hall of Fame WR and analyst Michael Irvin has also now joined an emerging blockchain and trading venture in recent times; making himself a part of a mega venture.

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Jordan Edelson introduces TradeZing, a new network for a thriving community of investors amid Gen Z and Millennial engagement. This includes equities, blockchain, NFT, and metaverse spaces. The venture’s announcement follows their support of Bitcoin 2022 in Miami, Florida, the year’s largest Cryptocurrency symposium.

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Michael Irvin joins the NFT & Crypto realm

According to PR Newswire, Dallas Cowboys legend Michael Irvin joins TradeZings as a stakeholder. The company, according to Jordan Edelson, CEO, and Co-Founder, is a live-streaming, social engagement, Web3 platform for Millennial and Gen-Z investors. Irvin first spoke regarding the venture at the Radio Row.

The former WR is also a representative of the advisory council, which is made of high-profile personalities to help magnify the strategic mission and encourage innovators. Furthermore, this also contributes to the development of communities where everyone may teach and develop innovative chances to learn collectively.

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Edelson is a Forbes 30 under 30 innovator and the CEO/Founder of the revolutionary new enterprise. Moreover, this isn’t the first initiative he’s launched. He is also a part of two gaming-related enterprises, eSports TV and Game Broadcasting Live.

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Michael Irvin is joining a revolution of the future alongside Foodgod, an American tv personality, and entrepreneur. They will be joining TradeZing’s Committee of the board. Moreover, both entities joined TradeZing at the Cash App Bitcoin 2022 conference in Miami Beach, Florida.

NFL players’ imprints on the NFT-verse

The Cash App Bitcoin 2022 Conference in Miami featured a lot of surprising panelists. NFL players such as Odell Beckham Jr. and Aaron Rodgers have shown their support for the thriving Bitcoin industry.

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Last year, Rodgers collaborated with Cash App to convert a portion of his NFL earnings into cryptocurrencies. The quarterback admits that he had tumbled down the rabbit hole a long time ago. Once you’ve reached the other side, there’s no turning back. OBJ also displays some facts concerning Bitcoin’s growing popularity. The athlete took Bitcoin at an appropriate point, preferring to collect his entire NFL payment in Bitcoin transactions.

Tom Brady also made his way to the future, co-founding an NFT venture, Autograph. In a Series B investment round driven by Silicon Valley financiers, the company raised $170 million. With a reasonably great reserve of celebrity clout, the startup has acquired additional backing from cryptocurrency entrepreneurs who expect the platform will bring a fresh wave of superstars and their followers into the camp of digital memorabilia.

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As the bitcoin and crypto stakes rise, people are more intrigued with the upcoming possibilities in the future. People like Michael Irvin and Tom Brady have just made the kickstart. Moreover, these ventures can probably make thick bucks in the future as well.

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