Although the term used in sports isn't a big deal but it's in this instance that things got a bit more complicated. In the wake of mut 24 coins for sale the Blockfolio press release, USA Today aggregated the announcement and the confusion began.
The story coMadden NFL 24 added the word "signing bonus" which was given on the Blockfolio press release. It also mixed it up with Lawrence's actual Madden NFL 24 award offered by the Jaguars and reported it to be $24.1M as well as using Spotrac as an source.
"The presumptive No. one overall selection in the 2021 Madden NFL 24 draft, probably headed to The Jacksonville Jaguars, has partnered with a world-wide cryptocurrency investment app called Blockfolio and is expected to deposit his signing bonus into an account of the company."
"According to Spotrac the sign-on bonus for Lawrence this season's no. 1 pick is an estimated $22.630.055." So now we have an endorsement contract with Blockfolio, which is likely to be quite modest when compared to other deals and was paid in crypto -- and recently, it's been tied to Lawrence's huge Madden NFL 24 signing bonus from the league, but misrepresented the fact that the money was deposited into crypto.
It's unclear if this was a genuine error, or a plot to turn the report a bit more sexier, we're at the same position: An endorsement deal with a crypto-related company was paid with crypto and nothing more.
Then, on Tuesday, an editor from the Sun Sentinel took information published by Coinjournal and posted the following tweet, mocking that Madden nfl 24 coins Jaguars QB. Of course, we know this is entirely inaccurate -- because there's no evidence that Lawrence spent $24 million on crypto.