The SEOTY Bitcoin Is Up To $63K AUD, 14 People Are In Contention To Win It
(Re)watch the lot of them and tell us your favorite.
The deadline to submit a SEOTY entry for 2023 has passed. That means it’s cRuNcH time.
We had 13 entries this season from all over: six from Australia. Hawaii, America, France, Spain, Portugal, Peru and Germany all had one entry each.
All things being equal: Australia has a 46% chance of taking a Bitcoin home. Oi, oi, oi etc.
$63K AUD tax free works out to be worth more than the average annual salary after tax – not a bad chunk of change at all.
This year, the Stab Surfer Of The Year poll accounts for 100% of the vote.
90% of the SSOTY poll consists of the 50 most influential voices in surfing.
The other 10% comes from the Stab Premium audience.
Here I made a graph to illustrate.
Watch them all below. The poll will be sent to our Premium database in the next few days.
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