Paul Pierce continues to go off on cryptocurrency rant as he says f–k ESPN

Orel Dizon
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Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

After showing off the huge amount of money he gained from investing in Ethereum Max a couple of days ago, Paul Pierce is calling on people to join him on the cryptocurrency train.

The retired Boston Celtics star also took the opportunity to take another dig at ESPN. This comes after saying he does not need the sporting news company that fired him almost two months ago.

Pierce is one of those who has been enjoying the continuous growth of Ethereum Max. Recently, it was announced that Ethereum Max is the sole cryptocurrency that can be used to purchase a ticket for the highly anticipated exhibition match between boxing legend Floyd Mayweather and internet personality Logan Paul.

It is unclear how sustainable this venture for Pierce would be, given the volatile nature of the cryptocurrency market. But after making hundreds of millions of dollars playing 19 successful years in the NBA, the 10-time NBA All-Star can risk investing a small percentage of those earnings.

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