Narrative Watch: The Hunt for Crypto’s Killer App
As a Brooklyn Nets player tokenizes his contract, are income share agreements poised to break out as one of crypto’s killer apps?
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"I envision a world where a Kevin Hart token can trade for a Lebron James token can trade for a Serena Williams token," Spencer Dinwiddie said.
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.
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.
The move follows a three-month tussle with the NBA, which initially claimed it represented a league violation.