Hodler’s Digest, Feb. 20-26 -Breaking
Dogecoin co-founder slams memecoins, DAO aims to buy Denver Broncos, and BTC tourism surges 30% in El Salvador: Hodler’s Digest, Feb. 20-26
An ex-Cisco (NASDAQ:) employee starts DAO for Denver Broncos
BuyTheBroncosDAO, an autonomous and decentralized entity just launched, seeks to raise capital in order to acquire the NFLs Denver Broncos at approximately $4 billion.
Because there are no minimum contributions required to join the DAO, the project offers fans from all levels of wealth the opportunity to get a piece of Broncos.
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