Mike Tyson has been known for a lot of things over the last 25 years. Scaring every man alive, winning boxing world titles, and going to jail for rape. Now, Tyson wants to add Bitcoin business endeavors to his legacy, as he begins to leverage his brand towards his new Bitcoin ATM venture on Twitter this past weekend.
Tyson Promotes Bitcoin to almost 5 Million Twitter Followers
Mike Tyson has been keeping himself busy making personal appearances and one-man shows on stage in recent years. His next business move is directly tied to Bitcoin ATMs, and he claims to have knockout power when it comes to fast conversions from fiat currency to digital money. He has 4,888,264 Twitter followers, gaining almost 3000 daily, and he announced on his Twitter feed his future Bitcoin intentions over the weekend.
Coming soon… http://t.co/Blf592VtUW… Changing the way we get change.
— Mike Tyson (@MikeTyson) July 25, 2015
The MikeTysonBitcoin.com website is a simple landing page that mentions Bitcoin Direct LLC at the bottom of the page, before simply asking for an email and relaying the following message:
MIKE TYSON’S FASTEST KNOCK OUT IN THE RING WAS 30 SECONDS.
THE MIKE TYSON BITCOIN ATM CAN TURN YOUR CASH INTO BITCOIN IN UNDER 20 SECONDS.
Once you enter your email, you’ll get a confirmation of joining his Mike Tyson Bitcoin newsletter, which eventually should provide details for future details about his involvement. Having joined the list for this report, CoinTelegraph will keep you posted on any significant future developments. Spotlighting Bitcoin to almost 5 million mainstream Twitter users is significant enough. Tyson is ranked #434 among the Top 500 of all celebrities in Twitter followers worldwide, just ahead of Serena Williams and behind Skype, according to twittercounter.com.
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