Cryptocurrency has taken over that world right now, and it is also making an impact on the tennis world. Former Russian tennis player, Maria Sharapova, is the latest athlete to join NFTs and Cryptocurrencies. Earlier, legendary tennis player Serena Williams also spoke about investing in cryptocurrencies. And now the 5-time Grand Slam winner shared a recent post about a Crypto firm raising plenty of money.
Maria Sharapova wants to use the Justin Bieber sticker from now on.
Two-time French Open champion, Maria Sharapovahas invested in the Cryptocurrency startup MoonPay. According to recent news, it generated around $87 million. After seeing the news, Sharapova recently shared it on her Instagram story. In that story, she wrote, “I’ve previously never had the excuse to use a Bieber sticker… until now.“
It is worth noting that the Russian tennis player is not the only investor in this firm. Famous singer Justin Bieber has also invested in this crypto firm. Apart from them, other celebrities, like Snoop Dogg, Bruce Willis, Gwyneth Paltrow, Ashton Kutcher, and others, have also made an investment. MoonPay basically provides all payment infrastructure for NFTs and Cryptocurrencies.
Serena Williams is also a fan of Cryptocurrencies
It seems like Maria Sharapova is not the only tennis player to invest in cryptocurrencies. Earlier, Serena Williams also spoke about making an investment in this digital world. A few weeks back, Seren was busy promoting her Venture capital firm Serena Ventures, raising around $111 million to help the next generations of entrepreneurs.
While talking about Serena Ventures, Serena revealed her favorite cryptocurrency, which is Ethereum. According to her, she resonates with Ethereum more than any other cryptocurrency.
Meanwhile, Serena has been quite busy expanding her various businesses across the world during her off time. Once Sharapova and Serena battled on the court of tennis and now, we could see them battling it out in the business world as well.
In the meantime, fans of Serna have been pretty excited after hearing the news about her potential return. In a recent Instagram story, she revealed that will make her much-awaited comeback at the Wimbledon this year.