CryptoKitties Creator Debuts NBA Game on Its Own Blockchain
Blockchain meets basketball in the newest game from Dapper Labs, the developers of CryptoKitties.
The Miami Heat's Tyler Herro is the first NBA player to provide a voiceover for a crypto game.
BlockFi, a major player in the crypto-lending sector, has now raised nearly $100 million in the past 12 months.
"You can sell anything digital using NFT," says the Dallas Mavericks owner. "Virtual Mavs gear, sneakers, art, pictures, videos, experiences, anything our imagination can come up with."
Dapper Labs raised $12 million in its newest funding round led by NBA stars Spencer Dinwiddie, Andre Iguodala, JaVale McGee, Aaron Gordon and Garrett Temple.
Spencer Dinwiddie has sold just nine of 90 shares of his contract, raising $1.4 million instead of the $13.5 million he'd intended.