New York Times sports columnist, Dan Patrick, has a new piece up on the new, and apparently, a new way to buy sports in the United States and Canada: by using cryptocurrency.
Patrick’s piece has the title: “How to buy football games online.”
The gist of Patrick’s article is that you need to get a digital wallet that you can send money to, and then wait a few days to see if it’s transferred.
Once you see that your funds have been transferred, you can go back to the website to make the payment.
This will then be routed to the NFL and the game is now yours to watch.
You can see how that sounds.
If you are in the USA, you need a bitcoin wallet.
If not, you will have to pay with bitcoin.
The other option is to use a credit card.
Patrick gives examples of which credit cards work with each of the different forms of cryptocurrency.
Patrick also points out that you will need to use the same card number for both the NFL website and the NBA and NHL websites.
The NBA site is called the NBA.com, while the NHL is the NHL.com.
Patrick says this will be different for everyone, but for people in the States, he says it will be the same.
The next step is to get the game.
Patrick suggests that people do this in person, by going to the closest NFL game site.
That way, you won’t need to go to a store.
As for how to get around the fact that the NFL is currently in an “out of stock” state, Patrick says he will have more on that later.
But for now, this is all you need.