Bitcoin : Rapper Drake won over $1 million betting on the Super Bowl
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Bitcoin : Rapper Drake won over $1 million betting on the Super Bowl

By betting on the Kansas City Chiefs soccer team to win Super Bowl LVII, Canadian rapper Drake has won over $1 million in Bitcoin (BTC).

With a hefty $700,000 Bitcoin (BTC) wager, rap star Drake has won over $1.4 million in winnings after betting on the Kansas City Chiefs.

From this $1.4 million, however, about $200,000 in unsuccessful bets also made on the final game of this 2023 Super Bowl must be deducted.

The artist Drake is known for his taste in online betting with Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies, he won $300,000 last year by betting on the Los Angeles Rams (LA Rams), winners of the Super Bowl 2022, which was marked by the presence of many commercials for crypto companies.

A nice advertisement also for the crypto casino and sports betting platform Stake, which is attracting more and more players wishing to pay in Bitcoin and cryptocurrency to play poker, roulette, blackjack, or bet on soccer, basketball, boxing or Formula 1 matches.

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