Swan Bitcoin Launches Bitcoin Benefits Plan, Making it Easier to Reward Employees with Bitcoin


Los Angeles companies, including first-team youth hoops Compton Magic, are among the first to implement Swan’s Bitcoin Benefits Plan as a benefit for their teams and employees

CALABASAS, Calif., May 5, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Bitcoin Swana bitcoin financial services company, today announced the launch of its bitcoin benefits plan, allowing businesses to easily reward employees with bitcoin, the the best performing asset of the last decade. Swan partners with companies across the Los Angeles region, including the first AAU basketball program in the country Compton Magic, the auto group of All-Star Angels pitcher CJ Wilson, everbowla fast-growing restaurant chain, and Voltage, one of the leading Bitcoin Lightning Network infrastructure companies.

“Bitcoin fascinates hundreds of millions of people around the world,” said Cory Klippsten, founder and CEO of Swan. “I’m excited about the Bitcoin Benefits Plan because it’s a great way for us to introduce more people to this revolutionary new money.”

The Bitcoin Benefits Plan makes it easy for employers to donate Bitcoins to their teams while Swan guides them into the future of money. Swan automates the entire process and deposits a fixed amount of Bitcoin into employee accounts each month. Swan then provides world-class bitcoin education, customer service, and access to a suite of bitcoin financial services.

“Bitcoin is truly the best tool we’ve added to our business in the last 5 years, and my sincere desire is that our employees can seize the opportunity to stack up the best money possible for their future,” said CJ Wilson , MLB All-Star. pitcher and owner of Wilson Auto Group. “When Swan made this program available, I jumped at the chance to onboard dozens of employees.”

“Everbowl as a company and I as an entrepreneur are embracing new practices based on proven principles,” said Jeff FensterCEO of Everbowl, a San Diegobased on acai and juice chain. “Bitcoin is just that: an advanced method for storing value and exchanging valuables based on supply and demand. It is set to transform our global monetary system, and with the benefits plan Bitcoin from Swan, our employees will enter on the ground floor.”

Etop Udo-EmaCEO of Compton Magic, said, “Sovereign Athlete is the future of basketball and Bitcoin is the future of money. We are bringing the two together to create the first Bitcoin basketball program, a program that aligns with Bitcoin’s principles of respecting time, long-term thinking, and sustainability.”

“Our team is passionate about bitcoin savings. When I heard about the bitcoin benefits plan, I knew it would be a great option to give back and thank our team with something beyond their salary standard,” said Graham Krizekfounder and CEO of Tension, an enterprise-grade infrastructure company focused on the Bitcoin Lightning Network. “Swan made perfect sense to us because they are bitcoin only and have one of the simplest platforms. It’s a great choice.”

To learn more about Swan’s Bitcoin Benefit Plan, visit: swan.com/benefit

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About Swan Bitcoin
Bitcoin Swan is dedicated to helping the next billion people understand Bitcoin and what it means to our future. Swan produces high quality Bitcoin education and prides itself on excellent, accessible customer service. swan.com is the best way to accumulate Bitcoin with recurring and instant purchases. The Private Client Services division helps high net worth individuals and entities build generational wealth around the world. Swan’s Advisor Services Platform is the easiest and most secure way for financial advisors to provide their clients with direct exposure to real Bitcoin. For more information, visit swan.com.

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