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As I stated earlier, clemson got in on bitcoin early. An untraceable currency, its better than using giftcards.

Newspring’s influence really started to take off after the newspring clemson campus broke ground, dabo led the majority of players to attend church there, and several baptisms took place. Big money donors saw this as an opportunity to funnel money via bitcoin to recruits, players, and their families. Contrary to popular belief, the money didn’t go directly through newspring itself, as that would be traceable. Clemson boosters (through perry’s knowledge I might add) give bitcoin to church owners who would convert it to cash and distribute it on a weekly basis to clemson players, basically a modern form of the $100 handshake. Seriously on what other college campus do all the players attend the same church?Bitcoin history graph

As far as how they paid cash to recruits’ families, that gets a little more murky, the numbers I heard bandied about varied wildly and the actual process in getting cash to recruits I was never privy to.

Y’all do realize that y’all are letting yourselves be trolled while also making this board look like idiots.

The guy is a new member. His only post are in this thread. This entire thread is going around on twitter. All of you are being laughed at for buying his crap.

He claims to have been an employee for three years at the columbia campus. The problem is when I approached him in a PM he doesn’t respond to my questions about his time on staff. The funny thing is, all my time at newspring columbia (since 2010) no one matches his length of time on staff. Also, no one refers to them as employees.Bitcoin history graph they refer to them as staff. Also, he thought I was asking him if he was on the board. There’s no board at newspring.

Also, bitcoin. One of the most traceable forms of payment out there.

Is clemson paying players? Probably. Is south carolina paying players? Probably. Is every school paying players? Most likely.

It’s not being done through newspring. The church has given millions of dollars away domestically and overseas. Why dont y’all know about this? Because we don’t go to media about anything we do. We just do it. We be the church. Like most of you claim we know nothing about.

Finally, if you attend another church and trash newspring or any other church out there you are in the wrong.

As I stated earlier, clemson got in on bitcoin early. An untraceable currency, its better than using giftcards.Bitcoin history graph

Newspring’s influence really started to take off after the newspring clemson campus broke ground, dabo led the majority of players to attend church there, and several baptisms took place. Big money donors saw this as an opportunity to funnel money via bitcoin to recruits, players, and their families. Contrary to popular belief, the money didn’t go directly through newspring itself, as that would be traceable. Clemson boosters (through perry’s knowledge I might add) give bitcoin to church owners who would convert it to cash and distribute it on a weekly basis to clemson players, basically a modern form of the $100 handshake. Seriously on what other college campus do all the players attend the same church?

As far as how they paid cash to recruits’ families, that gets a little more murky, the numbers I heard bandied about varied wildly and the actual process in getting cash to recruits I was never privy to.Bitcoin history graph

As I stated earlier, clemson got in on bitcoin early. An untraceable currency, its better than using giftcards.

Newspring’s influence really started to take off after the newspring clemson campus broke ground, dabo led the majority of players to attend church there, and several baptisms took place. Big money donors saw this as an opportunity to funnel money via bitcoin to recruits, players, and their families. Contrary to popular belief, the money didn’t go directly through newspring itself, as that would be traceable. Clemson boosters (through perry’s knowledge I might add) give bitcoin to church owners who would convert it to cash and distribute it on a weekly basis to clemson players, basically a modern form of the $100 handshake. Seriously on what other college campus do all the players attend the same church?Bitcoin history graph

As far as how they paid cash to recruits’ families, that gets a little more murky, the numbers I heard bandied about varied wildly and the actual process in getting cash to recruits I was never privy to.