The transition between crypto and sports seems to grow more and more each week as a number of noteworthy crypto and sports news have been compiled in the past week, according to Bitcoinist.
Sports and Cryptocurrency News: September 27th – October 3rd Week: Dapper Labs Announces New Sports Offers
Dapper is building a sports portfolio with new partnerships in the major league. After blocking LaLiga in recent months, blockchain developer Flow is keeping an eye on American football fans.
Dapper has announced its latest partnership with the NFL, which will see an NFT store similar to Top Shot’s opening before the end of the football season. Meanwhile, the La Liga market is forecast for June 2022.
Sports and Krypto News: Week September 27th to October 3rd: FTX and the “F” stands for soccer
Recently, FTX has been performing practically weekly in Sports Slice and has signed a number of different contracts over the past few weeks. Last week the exchange signed a long-term partnership agreement with the Green Bay Packers to run Aaron Jones. FTX made waves earlier this year when it signed NFL quarterback Tom Brady and recently NBA star Steph Curry.
The official press release cited Jones as eager to invest in “legendary entrepreneurs” and this latest deal helps him do just that.
Sports and Krypto News: Week of September 27th – October 3rd: Sports Betting on Polygons?
Last week, Polygon launched a $ 1 million liquidity mining program to increase liquidity on Augur Turbo, a decentralized forecasting platform. Augur Turbo predictions aren’t just limited to sports, they also include politics, current events, etc.
Can Polygon Create the Next Wave of Crypto Sports Betting Platforms?
Sports and Krypto News: the week of September 27th to October 3rd: Spencer Dinwiddie and The Wizards Jersey Patch
One interesting story that picked up momentum this weekend was NBA player Spencer Dinwiddie and his crypto company Calaxy. Dinwiddie claimed the league refused, saying it doesn’t allow players to do business with teams or owners, the Washington Post reported.
“Our team first looked at Dinwiddie’s crypto interaction earlier this year when the Hooper partnered with the CeFi-C app and launched Calaxy for the first time,” the Post stated just a week ago, after the Philadelphia 76ers announced a deal with Crypto.com.
Sports and Krypto News: Week September 27th to October 3rd: Boca Juniors NFT
Boca Juniors is arguably the largest football club in Argentina. In a country where there is no shortage of football talent, the Boca Juniors club has long held a notable place in the market. Reports surfaced last week – led by Bloomberg – that the club is in talks with a number of different crypto companies, including Socios.com, about issuing the club’s own token.
Socios.com and Sorare are the dominant first pool tokenization platforms out there so it will be interesting to see how things develop for Boca Juniors.
Sports and Krypto News: Week of September 27th to January 3rd: NBA sports star Jimmy Butler has launched a new line of coffee under the NFT version.
NBA player Jimmy Butler started launching his new Big Face Coffee line last week. Athlete has partnered with Shopify and will publish NFTs and branded merchandise under a revenue sharing agreement with Shopify.
In July, Shopify announced its first step in integrating NFT for merchants. The test run was a Chicago Bulls NFT project that went very well. It will certainly be interesting to see more NFTs on Shopify.
Sports and Krypto News: September 27th – October 3rd Week: The newest NBA star enters the final phase of NFT
Shaquille O’Neal – Big Diesel, this is Shaq – is the newest NBA star to enter the final stages of NFT. Shaq’s Twitter profile includes the Creature NFT and the biographical note “Creature # 9018”.
Check out Shaq’s full OpenSea account which has over 60 NFTs including Mutant Ape.
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