Spencer Dinwiddie Discusses Digital Tokenization Plan, Happening Against The NBA's Wishes

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Spencer Dinwiddie Discusses Digital Tokenization Plan, Happening Against The NBA's Wishes
Spencer Dinwiddie Discusses Digital Tokenization Plan, Happening Against The NBA's Wishes

Brooklyn Nets guard Spencer Dinwiddie is eager and ready to revolutionize the way professional athletes own their own brands and intellectual property. On Monday, the 26-year-old will launch his blockchain-based investment platform DREAM Fan Shares, where he'll sell 90 bond-like SD8 coins— what DREAM is calling Professional Athlete Investment Tokens— that will allow him to collect a large chunk of his guaranteed three-year, $34 million contract up front. And if Dinwiddie's plan, which the NBA does not approve of, is successful over the first year, other athletes and entertainers have already expressed interest, he said, in converting parts of their contracts in a similar manner. Dinwiddie laid

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