Specifically, Wallace's new ride is now sporting two Bitcoin logos and he is also showcasing Cash App branding. His endorsement of blockchain and cryptocurrency operations is definitely interesting and may reflect the driver's own conviction that a less interventionalist state is healthy for the economy.
Whether you support this position or just think bitcoin is handy, it's interesting to see top sports personalities endorsing something that has long been considered out of the mainstream and even dangerous.
Yet, casinos have made a very serious claim to endorse bitcoin and the result is a crop of new, innovative gaming operators that provide casino players with everything they expect from a gaming website.
Interestingly, Wallace was accused of “hanging his own rope” by President Donald Trump whose incendiary and out-of-touch comments have stood out on social media. The President went so far as to suggest that Wallace had purposefully “pulled the stunt” to tank the NASCAR's ratings.
Yet, NASCAR's ratings only went up and Wallace himself has been known to be a pleasant and polite racer outside the raceway. Naturally, his endorsement of Cash App was noticed very quickly and the app saw some spike in interest.
There have been many speculations as to why Wallace now has two Bitcoin logos on his car. Some expect that the price of the token would rise to $20,000 or even $100,000. If so, anyone who holds Bitcoin in a trusted online casino may be looking at a big payday.