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?
The move follows a three-month tussle with the NBA, which initially claimed it represented a league violation.
As a Brooklyn Nets player tokenizes his contract, are income share agreements poised to break out as one of crypto’s killer apps?
Crypto investors can "pledge" five different cryptos, including two stablecoins, to Cred and earn up to 10 percent interest in a new partnership with NBA star Spencer Dinwiddie.
Spencer Dinwiddie intends to begin selling tokenized shares of his contract starting Monday, Jan. 13.
Spencer Dinwiddie took a shot at tokenization, but the National Basketball Association blocked him.