Man of the Match Stefan de Vrij is a Bitcoiner

What a match yesterday. The Dutch team narrowly won against Turkey after a thrilling final phase. The Turks were ahead for a long time, but thanks to a well-aimed header by Stefan de Vrij we came alongside. Stefan de Vrij was named man of the match, but did you know he is also a Bitcoiner?

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Stefan de Vrij plays solidly

Throughout the final tournament, De Vrij left a solid impression. He was also of great value in the quarterfinals against Turkey on Saturday evening with his defensive interventions. Although he had no direct opponent, he managed to control the danger of advancing Turkish attackers well.

When the Dutch struggled to break through the stubborn Turkish defence, the liberating equaliser came thanks to a powerful header from De Vrij.

In addition to his football talent, De Vrij is also a big fan of cryptocurrency, especially Bitcoin. His profile picture on Twitter showed an image with laser eyesa symbol within the crypto community indicating that someone believes in a future price value of $100,000 per Bitcoin.

Bitcoin Standard

In 2021 sent Saifedean Ammousauthor of “The Bitcoin Standard”, sent five copies of his book via De Vrij to his then (and current) teammates at Oranje Virgil van Dijk, Georginio Wijnaldum, Ryan Babel and Frenkie de Jong.

“The Bitcoin Standard” is the Dutch translation of “The Bitcoin Standard: The Decentralized Alternative to Central Banking” and is considered by many to be a must-read for anyone who wants to understand Bitcoin. This book was published in June 2018 and the Dutch translation was released last year, translated and published by BTC Direct, the sister company of BLOX.

Stefan de Vrij’s dedication to both football and cryptocurrency makes him a unique figure on and off the pitch. His performance in the match against Turkey and his enthusiasm for Bitcoin underline the breadth of his interests and talents.

If Stefan de Vrij scores again against England, then the Bitcoin price not to make it so that it doesn’t rise sharply.

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