By wearemoneymaker August 25, 2022
The WNBA has officially entered the world of cryptocurrency. All 144 members of the WNBA Players' Association will receive accounts and funds through the platform.
Loyd has been a financial investment student for a long time and has been involved in the bitcoin industry since 2013.
The Seattle Storm standout was excited to represent Coinbase as a brand ambassador when the WNBA and the startup partnered up before this season.
One of the first WNBA women to create her own digital art was veteran Seattle Storm Sue Bird, who was leading a group of athletes represented by the Wasserman sports agency.
In May 2021, "The Collective Series," a set of non-fungible token trading cards, was made available on the cryptocurrency collectibles website Zora.
It thus comes as no surprise that Ionescu was one of the first WNBA players to engage with the NFT industry.
Since making her WNBA debut in 2020, Sabrina Ionescu of the New York Liberty has been at the forefront of culture, business, and sports.
Elena Delle Donne of the Washington to Mystics, who in January teamed up with the well-liked SODA: Society of Degenerate Apes, is likewise at the forefront of NFTs.
To study as much as they can about the vast world of Web3 before jumping in headlong, Delle Donne and her wife, Amanda, share a Coinbase Wallet.
As Aari McDonald led Arizona to the NCAA championship game in 2021, culminating in the Atlanta Dream selecting her with the No. 3 pick in that year’s draft.
The WNBA is used to doing business. With their digital nail art series, the New York Liberty made history by launching an NFT for the first time in WNBA history in May.