While recent weeks saw famous personalities talk and even endorse digital currencies, one business maverick shifts the discussion into what it is not, and shares his excitement on blockchain.
Spencer Dinwiddie was aiming to raise $13.5 million by selling 90 SD26 tokens priced at $150,000 per token—only 9 tokens were sold.
Isaac Austin, who played for Clippers and Wizards, is alleged to have swindled the Ghanaian investors under the guise of crypto trading.
Steph Curry says he only wants to invest in things he has a passion for or understands, and nothing that might cheapen his brand.
The Kings partnered with blockchain startup Blockparty for the project, which is expected to enhance the NBA’s first predictive gaming application, Call the Shot.
NBA point guard Spencer Dinwiddie’s heart was in the right place, but his efforts have fallen short.
Spencer Dinwiddie has turned to blockchain technology to tokenize his $34 million contract extension.