Billionaires Form a Blockchain Advisory Committee for the NBA – Blockchain Bitcoin News

A number of National Basketball Association (NBA) team owners have formed an NBA blockchain advisory committee for the American professional basketball league. The advisory committee is composed of well known billionaires and blockchain advocates who own the teams the Nets, Mavs, Wizards, Celtics, Kings, and Jazz.

Billionaire NBA Team Owners Invoke a Blockchain Advisory Committee for the National Basketball Association

The American professional basketball league, the NBA, may incorporate blockchain and crypto solutions into the industry in the near future. contributors Scott Soshnick and Eben Novy-Williams discussed the new NBA blockchain committee with one of the members, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban.

Soshnick and Novy-Williams also mentioned the popular Flow blockchain application backed by Dapper Labs, which has been producing “NBA Top Shot” non-fungible token (NFT) assets. The Sportico authors say that NBA Top Shot sales have been very productive producing $300 million in sales on resale markets so far.

“It has very little to do with Top Shot,” Cuban told the publication via email. “It’s about blockchain applications, of which Flow is just one option.” The group’s members were verified by “multiple people familiar with the plans” the Sportico reporters note.

Ostensible members of the NBA blockchain committee include Mark Cuban, Joe Tsai, Ted Leonsis, Steve Pagliuca, Vivek Ranadive, and Ryan Sweeney. “The NBA declined to comment,” on the subject Soshnick and Novy-Williams highlighted.

Many of the NBA Blockchain Advisory Committee Members Are Longtime Crypto Supporters

Just recently, Cuban allowed the Dallas Mavericks basketball club to accept dogecoin (DOGE) via Bitpay. Vivek Ranadive the owner of the Sacramento Kings has been a cryptocurrency and blockchain supporter for a long time. The Sacramento Kings basketball club has accepted bitcoin (BTC) since 2014.

The co-owner of the…

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