Three high-profile American sports personalities have agreed to collectively pay $2.42 million to settle allegations that they helped promote the failed cryptocurrency exchange Voyager Digital.

According to a class action settlement filed on May 3, retired National Football League star Rob “Gronk” Gronkowski will pay the largest share of $1.9 million.

National Basketball Association player Victor Oladipo will pay $500,000, and NASCAR driver Landon Cassill will pay $25,000. All three sports stars have agreed to the settlements without admitting to or denying any of the accusations.

The proposed settlement includes all United States individuals who enrolled in a Voyager Earn Program Account or purchased VGX tokens from October 2019 to the preliminary approval date.

Coin Telegraph

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