After making a sequence of shots in an NBA shootout event hosted by cryptocurrency brokerage business Voyager Digital, a Dallas Mavericks fan earned $100,000 in Bitcoin (BTC).
In fact, the challenge was completed by Isaiah Stone, the victor of the basketball shootout. A free throw, a three-pointer, and a half-court field goal were among the shots made. The Voyager-sponsored prize money, according to the Dallas Mavericks, was the team’s most significant on-court promotion.
Voyager Digital and Mark Cuban’s Dallas Mavericks announced a five-year agreement on Wednesday. In order to raise crypto awareness among NBA fans through different fan interaction events.
The Mavs Gaming Hub in Dallas, which hosts the Mavs NBA 2K League squad, will also take its after the crypto trading platform. Cuban claims this.
“Through our relationship with Voyager, Mavs and NBA fans will be able to learn more about Voyager. And how they can earn more money through Voyager’s platform than they can through standard financial apps.”
Coinbase signed a multi-year collaboration with five NBA leagues
Furthermore, the NBA team’s rewards program lets fans purchase products and earn cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum (ETH), and Dogecoin (DOGE).
On the other hand, the NBA, Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA), NBA G League, NBA 2K League, and USA Basketball inked a multi-year collaboration with famous crypto exchange Coinbase on Oct. 19. As an official partner with the goal of increasing fan contact.
“As part of the relationship, we will design interactive experiences. In order to engage with the NBA and WNBA’s tremendous community and athletes throughout the world”, said Coinbase chief marketing officer Kate Rouch.