Super Bowl Crashes Coinbase

Did you hear that the Super Bowl crashed Coinbase (NASDAQ: COIN)?

One of the biggest digital currency exchanges ran a crypto ad on NBC.

It attracted so much attention – that it temporarily crashed the Coinbase Super Bowl page.

Here’s the ad…

The ad was literally a floating QR code on the screen – with background music.

Millions of people scanned the code. And visited Coinbase to claim $15 of free Bitcoin (BTC).

This year’s Super Bowl featured four cryptocurrency ads.

Comedian Larry David – of Seinfeld and Curb Your Enthusiasm fame—was featured in an ad for FTX. And LeBron James was in an ad for Crypto dot com.

The cost for a 30-second commercial was $6.5 million – up from $5.6 million last year.

These Super Bowl commercials are helping raise awareness for new digital assets. Bitcoin saw a little pop in price following the big game – rising $2,000 to reach $44,000.

84% of Americans have never invested in digital currencies, according to Pew Research.

That means there’s a huge untapped market.

Here’s the thing…

Most folks KNOW that Bitcoin and Ethereum have already been huge winners. And they KNOW that these “blue chip cryptos” won’t be the biggest winners in 2022.

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Yours in Wealth,

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Ian Wyatt

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