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NBA star wants fans to buy his contract for $ 24.6 million … because of Bitcoin?

May 17, 2020

The latest advance in the efforts of the professional Balencesto player Spencer Dinwiddie to the Token signed his contract with the NBA was the Start of a Gofundme campaign to increase the cash equivalent of 2,625.8 bitcoins (BTC) with an approximate value of $ 24.6 million at the time of printing.

Dinwiddie started the campaign with the strange title “Dinwiddie X BTC X NBA” to allegedly reaffirm its “commitment to” [sus] previous tweets “that offered fans the opportunity to choose which NBA team they would like to go to to get the value of their Bitcoin contract.

Dinwiddie gives up the crypto campaign and wants cash instead

However, The new campaign asks for the cash equivalent of the previously requested BTCGive the $ 24.63 million fundraiser little relationship with Bitcoin.

NBA star wants fans to buy his contract for $ 24.6 million … because of Bitcoin?
NBA star wants fans to buy his contract for $ 24.6 million … because of Bitcoin?

If that doesn’t work, Dinwiddie claims that 100% of the money raised goes to an undisclosed charity.

Since the campaign started 11 hours ago, Dinwiddie’s fundraiser has raised $ 690 from 65 donors.

Sports organizations symbolize athletes

In September 2019 Dinwiddie first announced its intention to extend its NBA contract by $ 34 millionHowever, the offer was aimed at giving investors the opportunity to receive capital and interest.

Even if many sports organizations have tried to build partnerships with cryptocurrency companies provide fans with token representations of stars in the past few months few initiatives seem to have prevailed.

Last month, the billionaire investor and owner of the NBA Dallas Mavericks, Mark Cuban announced that since the relaunch of Bitcoin as an option for fans to buy tickets and goods in August 2019, The team received nearly $ 130 in BTC.

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