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THE SACRAMENTO KINGS are set to become the first major sports franchise to offer a bitcoin payment option to all players and staff, team chairman Vivek Ranadivé said on Clubhouse on Monday.

The news was first broken on Twitter by Neil Jacobs, well-known on Clubhouse as a regular moderator for Café Bitcoin, who quoted Ranadivé as having said: "I'm going to announce in the next few days that I'm going to offer everyone in the Kings organization, they can get paid as much of their salary in bitcoin as they want, including the players.” 

Mar 21, 2020 14:03
SAN FRANCISCO: NBA Star, entrepreneur, and philanthropist Spencer Dinwiddie and Cred, a California based licensed lender, have launched a partnership that will offer an alternative to traditional banking and allow NBA fans to earn interest on stablecoins and other crypto assets. 
Feb 07, 2019 12:02
LONDON: Formula 1 team Aston Martin Red Bull Racing has created history by being the first in international motorsport to sign a sponsorship deal with global cryptocurrency brand FuturoCoin (FTO) lasting till the end of the 2020 season.
May 17, 2018 13:05
LONDON: The global online sports betting market is all set to be disrupted by a Scottish company, Mungoparc as it launched on Wednesday, what it claims is the world’s first peer-to-peer sports betting platform involving cryptocurrency, insider.co.uk reports. Mungoparc's users can now bet on football matches across Europe using cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum.