Dave Cavall, president of Major League Baseball in Oakland Athletics, says the baseball club will use bitcoin, which fans pay for the luxury seats at the San Francisco stadium.

In an interview with Bloomberg on Friday, Kaval said that no baseball fan has taken the opportunity yet to buy a full sixth domestic season with 1 Bitcoin (BTC) since the deal was announced on March 15th. While the club president, a. He had hoped that “two or three” would purchase tickets for the 10 available pavilions, and also stressed that the cryptocurrency obtained from the purchase would not be immediately converted into fiat currency.

“We have to maintain this,” said Kaval. “We believe in [Bitcoin] and hope it will continue to grow and maybe we can find some great free proxies with some profit.”

The price of BTC has fallen to $ 51,000 since the first sale was announced, meaning cryptocurrency users who bought the package on time could save more than $ 13,000 compared to the regular all-season price of $ 64,800. Since then, the price of the crypto assets has returned to over $ 57,000.

Part of the reason for the move to issue cryptocurrency tickets, Cavall said, was because Baseball Club was offering “something unique and different”. Although he said A will not accept other tokens this week, such as Ether (ETH) or Dogecoin (DOGE), there is potential to do so in the future.

“At the moment, we are only focusing on Bitcoin, but I think if you take possession of the coin and we are interested, we are open.”
Bitcoin sales of the wings will continue to be accepted until April 1, when Oakland As’s first match against the Houston Astros is set. While the state of the game may change based on COVID-19 cases in the state, upon release, it is expected that about 9,400 baseball fans will be admitted to the RingCentral Coliseum Thursday – less than 20% of the 63,132 people when the facility is available. Fully loaded. Energy.

Many Major League Baseball players also participate in the base tokens market. Former MLB artist Mika Johnson sold $ 1 million worth of iconic artwork in just a minute last month on Nifty Gateway.