- Jack Dorsey’s appearance at NFL Super Bowl LVIII wearing a Satoshi-themed shirt has garnered enough attention from the media and the crypto community.
- Scott Melker, the host of The Wolf of All Street Podcast, believes that Jack Dorsey wearing a shirt highlighting Satoshi is essentially a Bitcoin
- Fox journalist Eleanor Terrett argues that the report about no crypto ads this year at the Super Bowl is accurate.
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Jack Dorsey’s standout shirt at NFL Super Bowl LVIII became a hot topic in the Bitcoin community: Here are the details from Super Bowl day!
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Crypto enthusiasts were disappointed by the absence of official crypto-related ads this season, but Jack Dorsey’s appearance at NFL Super Bowl LVIII wearing a Satoshi-themed shirt has garnered enough attention from the media and the crypto community.
Additionally, there were indirect references to crypto, such as Elon Musk, a Dogecoin enthusiast, watching the game with his son and presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s surprise campaign ad.
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Bitcoin maximalist Jack Dorsey, co-founder of Block Inc, was seen wearing a ‘Satoshi’ shirt alongside Jay-Z and Beyoncé during the Super Bowl LVIII game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers. The Chiefs secured an exciting victory in overtime.
Scott Melker, the host of The Wolf of All Street Podcast, thinks that Jack Dorsey wearing a shirt highlighting Satoshi is essentially a Bitcoin advertisement. He also said, “Sitting with Beyonce and Jay-Z is a big deal for crypto.”
Fox journalist Eleanor Terrett argues that the report about no crypto ads this year at the Super Bowl is accurate. Terrett added that she couldn’t have predicted Jack Dorsey wearing a Satoshi-themed shirt at the Super Bowl.
Other crypto enthusiasts also expressed satisfaction with Jack Dorsey’s support for Bitcoin at the major event, especially after crypto companies failed to contribute significantly to the crypto market with an advertisement.
Elon Musk and Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s Campaign Ad
Elon Musk’s appearance at the Super Bowl, especially with his son, led to speculation within the Dogecoin community. Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s campaign ad during the Super Bowl was a surprising development. It was a direct reference to an ad released by John F. Kennedy during his presidential candidacy in 1960. Pro-Bitcoin presidential candidate RFK Jr. has given many speeches supporting Bitcoin as a “freedom currency.”
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. issued a statement via X, apologizing to his family. He said that the ad was created and aired by the American Values Super PAC without approval. He also mentioned that FEC rules prohibit Super PACs from providing consultancy to candidates or their staff.