David Beckham’s Bend It Crypto Currency Coin For MLS Team


David Beckham is a world-renowned celebrity, and he is most popularly known for his athletic ability on the football field. He is a style icon, along with the rest of his family, and his changing look has been known to set fashion trends. He was recently interviewed by Cabbie Presents, which is a show on TSN.

Throughout most of the interview, the twosome talks about Beckham’s current fame, and the evolving looks that he has had through the years, capitalizing on the influence he has made. However, towards the end of the interview, Cabbie makes the suggestion that Beckham dive into the cryptocurrency world. In fact, he has already come up with a few logos for the fictitious token – the Bend It.

Cabbie takes out a chart of the possible logos, and tells Beckham about Bitcoin briefly, though he underplays the significance of bitcoin in the crypto industry. He urges Beckham to integrate the coins into his brand, saying that they can be used as payment for players, or for attendees of the game to purchase merchandise and food at the stadium.

Beckham seems humored at the idea, choosing the emblems that feature the crowns for “the heritage and the history of our country.” Cabbie then asks if they can partner up on this possible venture, to which Beckham agrees. Cabbie’s response? “This is going to be the worst day of your life, because you don’t know what you just agreed to.”

While it does not look like Cabbie and David Beckham will be going into any cryptocurrency partnership in the real world, it is easy to see that someone with fame of that magnitude could easily change the game.

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