Experiments with decentralized autonomous organizations promise greater fan participation in sports teams. Is this the future? This piece is part of CoinDesk's Sports Week.
How athletes, teams and leagues are getting into the game.
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The news was hailed as a historic event for South American football, but it could bring unexpected consequences for Argentinian club Banfield, amid local FX restrictions. This piece is part of CoinDesk's Sports Week.
For each Crypto All-Star, we tried to calculate what you would have gained – or lost – if you invested $1,000 in the All-Star's chosen project at the time of his or her announcement. This piece is part of CoinDesk's Sports Week.
Once of the LA Dodgers, Micah Johnson has built an entire universe with his character Aku, a young boy wearing an astronaut’s helmet. Trevor Noah, Pusha T and Tyra Banks are fans. This piece is part of CoinDesk's Sports Week.
Silicon Valley's NBA team tokenized its performance on the courts. This piece is part of CoinDesk's Sports Week.
He sacrificed a pro football career at 25 to go all-in on digital collectibles and NFTs of real-world objects. “It was very ambitious and kind of crazy,” he says. This piece is part of CoinDesk's Sports Week.
Fans of these leagues have a relatively high knowledge of cryptocurrencies, yet fewer crypto companies invest in female athletes and teams. This feature is part of CoinDesk's "Sports Week."
Francis Ngannou and his manager, Marquel Martin, discuss the athlete's journey from Cameroon to the UFC, and now, to crypto. This piece is part of CoinDesk's Sports Week.
NFL All Day is a digital collectible marketplace that lets football fans collect video highlights in the form of NFTs and connect with other like-minded fans from around the world. This piece is part of CoinDesk's Sports Week.
Gaming and crypto have long shared a similar trajectory. Long may that continue, says the futurist Daniel Jeffries. This piece is part of CoinDesk's Sports Week.
VaynerMedia CEO Gary Vaynerchuk and rapper, actor & BIG3 co-founder Ice Cube joined CoinDesk's "First Mover" to discuss decentralized sports team ownership via NFTs.
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Verifiable tickets powered by blockchain tech can stamp out fraud and add value for fans. Major sporting events are now considering their adoption, says one startup in the space. This piece is part of CoinDesk's Sports Week.
NFTs and the metaverse may provide a source of income long after players hang up their high tops, says Marcus Bläsche, CEO of Rumble Kong League. This op-ed is part of CoinDesk's Sports Week.
Both groups love underdogs, too, Columbia Business School professor Omid Malekan writes for CoinDesk's Sports Week.
Just because someone can hit a home run or throw a touchdown pass, he shouldn’t be allowed to give financial advice.
Blockchain technology can manage the likeness rights of amateur athletes. This op-ed by Heirloom's Joseph Bradley.
As those in crypto look to get the masses on board through sports advertising, teams could benefit from those associations with younger fans. This article is part of "Sports Week."
Sports may offer the next great opportunity for the metaverse to create a deeper relationship with audiences.