A sport is an activity organized with certain rules that are aimed to compare physical or intellectual skills of two or more participants. In terms of Bitcoin in sports, it has become so popular that even sports team or individual sportsmen issue their own cryptocoins or invest into blockchain technology. Some big sport shops allow people buying electronic tickets and sport equipment to use Bitcoin. Besides this, another way of using cryptocurrency and blockchain in sports is through Bitcoin sport betting, which is becoming more and more popular due to its anonymity, security and high speed of payment processes that solve the problem of possibility being banned or frozen on the Bitcoin sports betting sites or of money being stolen.
The deal seems to be part of a larger move for Rockets owner Tilman Fertitta, who is also the chairman and CEO of a restaurant group that recently launched a Bi...
NYDIG partners with Houston Rockets basketball franchise, plans to pay team in BTC
The launch of live in-game NFTs and a rapidly expanding ecosystem boosted the price of CHZ and showcased the project’s strong fundamentals.
Chiliz (CHZ) gains 170% after launching live in-game NFTs for fan token holders
Ownix CEO Guy Elhanani revealed to Cointelegraph that the first five NFTs will be debuted by the club in a minting event at the end of November.
FC Barcelona set to launch NFT soccer moments with Ownix
Unlike reported issues with the company's physical shoe supply, virtual sneakers may not be limited by real world problems stemming from the pandemic.
Nike trademark applications and job postings hint at joining the metaverse
The Green Bay Packers player’s total salary would be worth roughly 368.8 BTC at a price of $60,636.
NFL quarterback Aaron Rodgers will accept part of $22M salary in Bitcoin
The co-founder of the French tech unicorn discussed major innovations that could come as a result of developments in the NFTs industry.
Sorare CEO shares bold vision on NFTs during Web Summit 2021 opening night
Isaiah Stone won $100,000 worth of Bitcoin in a Voyager Digital-sponsored NBA shootout event.
Dallas Mavericks fan wins $100K in Bitcoin at NBA shootout event