Billionaire Mark Cuban's wallet exposed – see which tokens he owns

Charlie Taylor

The content of the Ethereum portfolio of billionaire businessman Mark Cuban is now publicly known.
The owner of the basketball team Dallas Mavericks and star of the Shark Tank had his address revealed after promoting a digital collector listed in the non-fungible token (NFT) market through his Twitter account.
According to a cryptocurrency user by the alias Dogetoshi, who initially tweeted the address of Cuban's Ethereum wallet, promoting NFTs is tantamount to “doxxing” yourself – publicly transmitting an individual's private or identifying information.
Cuban acknowledged that it is his address after the wallet was posted online.Alter - Cryptoback

"I definitely have my share of shitcoins, (laughs)," he wrote in response to Dogetoshi's tweet.

Cuban's possessions on the Ethereum network include a long list of DeFi altcoins (see the full list on Etherscan). Cuban holds $ 134,000 of the Aave protocol, which represents the vast majority of its portfolio.
Aave allows users to borrow or borrow cryptography. Users who lend their assets earn interest, while borrowers use their crypto as collateral.
After that, the next largest altcoin he holds about $ 1,000 of an obscure currency called Friends With Benefits. He also owns $ 400 of the controversial HEX crypto, which pays rewards to holders rather than miners.
Cuban also holds a minuscule amount of a long list of tokens. It is likely that several investors have sent small amounts of their favorite altcoin to the billionaire's wallet in the hope of convincing him to take a look at them or trick others into believing that he is invested in them.Alter - Cryptoback
Mark Cuban is known for criticizing Bitcoin, saying on different occasions that he would rather have bananas than cryptocurrencies. “I can eat bananas. Cryptocurrency … not much. ”, He said in a video published on Wired in September 2019.

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