Floyd Mayweather Instagram Cryptocurrency ICO Titanium Centra Card

Floyd ‘crypto' Mayweather is back at it again, promoting yet another initial coin offering for the Titanium Centra Card. Fresh from his 50-0 boxing spectacle retirement against Irishman Conor McGregor, he seems to be eagerly excited about digital cryptocurrencies as this is now his third one this summer along with Stox (STX) and Hubii Network to date.

The Centra ICO is set to launch on September 19, 2017 despite all of the recent controversery regarding initial coin offering token sales and the recent China Ban (rumors say temporary some say permanent) which has rocked Ethereum and other related alternative currency launches.

However, Floyd seems to be well informed and invested into the newly forming cryptocurrency coin race, whether a bubble looms or not, it remains to be seen whether we are in the early stages still or stuck in a fairy tail story that its too good to be true that money can be decentralized and the world's people can agree via a publicly distributed ledger known as the blockchain.

One thing we know, the more high profile (or even the richest paid athlete of the past 2 decades) people who join the conversation and get behind the sails of this growing space, the faster mass adoption and global use cases become reality. There could be a massive social media uprising from an involvement and engagement standpoint if more athletes and celebrities get behind individual projects and token sales that launch services. We have seen it with Paragon (The Game) and Lydian (Paris Hilton) as well.

To continue the conversation on another post, there are even outlets that recorded a tweet between Mayweather and the Crypto Media Group about a partnership on helping other celebrity cryptocurrency endorsements are conducted in the most profitable and monetizing method.

And one last thing, it is even a rumor that Floyd didn't even open his first bitcoin wallet until May 2017, only to then even a few months later sell real estate property conducting the transaction in purely bitcoin.

Cheers to Floyd Crypto Mayweather, the living legend continues as one might think this has just begun even though his career as a boxer is finally and officially ended.

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