Spencer Dinwiddie Could Decentralize Pro Sports – If Accredited Investors Want In
Brooklyn Nets guard Spencer Dinwiddie aims to raise $13.5 million by tokenizing part of his NBA contract. Will investors take the shot?
As a Brooklyn Nets player tokenizes his contract, are income share agreements poised to break out as one of crypto’s killer apps?
Spencer Dinwiddie intends to begin selling tokenized shares of his contract starting Monday, Jan. 13.
The Sacramento Kings plan to auction off Buddy Hield’s jersey from Wednesday’s game against the Dallas Mavericks using an ethereum-based platform built by ConsenSys.
Based on the ERC-20 standard, the Kings Token will be a first for a U.S. professional sports team.
Spencer Dinwiddie took a shot at tokenization, but the National Basketball Association blocked him.