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Mark Cuban is an American entrepreneur and investor. He is the owner of an NBA basketball team, Landmark Theatres, CEO at HDNet and HDTV cable networks, with the whole range of Mark Cuban’s companies available on his official website. Besides that, Mark Cuban is a book author who has written over 15 books about business. Mark Cuban’s net worth is about $2,3 billion. Mark Cuban’s Bitcoin involvement started in 2017, when he expressed his opinion about Bitcoin for the first time. He claimed that cryptocurrency was no more than a financial pyramid scheme, which probably lead to Bitcoin’s price reduction. However, after several months, Mark Cuban confirmed the information about his intention to invest in an ICO in order to learn more about the growing crypto industry.
Under owner Mark Cuban, the basketball franchise was one of the first in the NBA to accept crypto payments for tickets and merchandise.
Voyager Digital will be crypto brokerage partner for Dallas Mavericks
The DOGE may have had its day, and social media is busy poking fun at Bitcoin skeptic Mark Cuban.
Dogecoin loses 70% against Bitcoin during 6 months of celebrity DOGE endorsements
“The reason I own Bitcoin is because the U.S. government and every government in the western hemisphere is printing money now to the end of time,” said billiona...
Billionaires are backing Bitcoin over gold... but some say Ethereum is even better
Dallas Mavs fans who spend more than $150 worth of Dogecoin in one transaction will receive a $25 e-gift card that they can use for purchases at the team’s onli...
Mark Cuban’s Dallas Mavericks offer cashback rewards on Dogecoin purchases
Venture funds and other strategic investors have recognized the value proposition of NFT marketplaces. Some of blockchain’s biggest investors are behind the Ale...
Mark Cuban-backed Alethea AI closes $16M private token sale
On-chain activity and trading volumes at major exchanges have analysts convinced that DOGE is turning bullish again.
Wen Dogecoin moon? On-chain data and trading volumes suggest soon
Bitcoin proponent Mark Cuban is certainly unhappy with the tighter rules for crypto businesses introduced in the new infrastructure bill.
Mark Cuban likens shutting off crypto growth to stopping e-commerce in 1995