The craze around virtual reality-based metaverse has started to make headlines in the mainstream, especially after Facebook’s recent rebranding to meta. Now, the crypto market’s leading metaverse project Decentraland (MANA) has announced a new partnership with NBA champion Stephen Curry and his main sponsor Under Armour. Decentraland is excited about partnering with @UnderArmour, @UAbasketball and
The National Football League, consisting of 32 teams has announced the surprising temporary halt on crypto sponsorships, as well as the sale of a team or individual non-fungible tokens (NFTs). This move has come instead of the league’s ongoing process of developing a strategy for sports digital trading cards and art. “Clubs are prohibited from
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Leading NBA player, Spencer Dinwiddie recently revealed that he wished to tokenize part of his contract on the Ethereum blockchain. He intended to raise $13.5 million from his three-year, $35 million contracts. However, his initiative was not received well by the NBA. Interestingly Crypto personalities stand in his support and consider it to be a