Jack Dorsey Wears ‘Satoshi’ Bitcoin Ad Personally To Super Bowl

Crypto enthusiasts were disappointed with no official crypto-related ads this season, but Jack Dorsey’s appearance at the NFL Super Bowl LVIII wearing a Satoshi T-shirt was enough to grab enough attention from the media and the crypto community.

Moreover, there were indirect crypto-related references, including Dogecoin fan Elon Musk attending the game with his son and pro-Bitcoin presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s surprise campaign ad.

Jack Dorsey Promotes Bitcoin with Satoshi T-shirt

Bitcoin maxi Jack Dorsey, co-founder of Block Inc, was spotted with Jay-Z and Beyoncé wearing a ‘Satoshi’ t-shirt at the Super Bowl LVIII game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers. Chiefs won against 49ers in a thrilling overtime.

Scott Melker, host of The Wolf of All Street Podcast, believes Jack Dorsey wearing a t-shirt that highlights Satoshi is basically like a Bitcoin ad. He also added that “sitting with Beyonce and Jay-Z which is huge for crypto.”

Fox journalist Eleanor Terrett asserts her report on no crypto ads this year was right. Terrett added that she couldn’t have predicted Jack Dorsey wearing a Satoshi t-shirt at the Super Bowl.

Other crypto enthusiasts were also pleased with Jack Dorsey endorsing Bitcoin at the major event after crypto companies failed to bring enough boost to the crypto market with an ad.

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Elon Musk and Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s Campaign Ad

Elon Musk’s appearance with his son at the Super Bowl also sparked speculation in the crypto community, especially the Dogecoin community.

Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s election campaign ad during the Super Bowl was a surprise. It was a direct callback to an ad John F. Kennedy ran in 1960 when he was running for president. Pro-Bitcoin presidential candidate RFK Jr. has spoken many times in support of Bitcoin calling it a “currency of freedom.”

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. took to X saying sorry to his family. He said the ad was created and aired by the American Values Super PAC without approval. Also, the FEC rules prohibit Super PACs from consulting with candidates or their staff.

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