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Want to see the Mavericks play but lack a few Benjimans? If you’ve got some Bitcoin, you might be able to see Luka live and in person.

The Dallas Mavericks are now just the second team in the NBA to accept Bitcoin, a form of cryptocurrency, as a method of payment for game tickets and merchandise. The Mavs will utilize the service provider BitPay to process all Bitcoin purchases. BitPay, the largest bitcoin payment processor in the world, offers the Dallas Mavs’ global fans a seamless experience to purchase tickets and merchandise with the Bitcoin Cryptocurrency, according to a Dallas Mavericks news release.

“The Dallas Mavericks have been an outspoken advocate for Bitcoin, opening up opportunities for the team as it starts to accept Bitcoin for ticket sales and merchandise,” said Stephen Pair, CEO of BitPay.

“We want our fans who would like to pay with Bitcoin the opportunity to do so. BitPay allows our global fans to seamlessly make purchases with the Mavs,” said Dallas Mavericks owner, Mark Cuban.

MFFLs can make ticket purchases by calling 214.658.6287 and merchandise purchases at dallasmavs.shop.

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