Drake is betting everything on the Los Angeles Rams – and he’s putting down his Super Bowl bet in bitcoin.

The Canadian rapper put down a progression of bets adding up to $1.3 million worth of the digital coin on Thursday.

He’ll cash out assuming the Rams rout the Cincinnati Bengals in Los Angeles on Sunday. The Rams are expected to win by 3.5 points.

The “Hotline Bling” hip-bounce symbol bet $393,000 on Rams wide get Odell Beckham Jr. scoring a score. He additionally put everything on the line sum that Beckham would have more than 62.5 getting yards during the game.

On the off chance that Drake wins every one of his wagers, he stands to get compensated $2.29 million in light of the worth of bitcoin at the time the bets were set, as per the online betting application Stake.

The Toronto local posted a screen capture of his wagers on his Instagram account.

“All bets are in on the family,” Drake composed, provoking Beckham to answer: “Now is the right time.”

Beckham, the previous Cleveland Browns and New York Giants star, endorsed with the Rams during the center of this ebb and flow season.

At the time he joined the Rams, he consented to take his whole NFL salary in bitcoin, which merited an unsurpassed record of $64,000 for each coin.

From that point forward, in any case, the cryptocurrency plunged, losing half of its worth, however it has recuperated fairly lately.

As of Friday, bitcoin was exchanging at $42,354.70 – down over 2.6% from the beginning of the day.

Cryptocurrency is relied upon to become the dominant focal point during the Super Bowl. A lot of organizations have saved promotion time on NBC to run crypto-themed advertisements, provoking Madison Avenue onlookers to refer to it as “the Crypto Bowl.”

EToro, Crypto.com, and FTX will run advertisements during the game while BitBuy, a Canadian crypto trade, will be included in a promotion for the Super Bowl’s viewing audience north of the border.

Americans will wager a record $7.61 billion on the current year’s challenge, as indicated by estimates. That would mark an increment of more than $3.3 billion, or an incredible 78%, contrasted with the earlier year.