Dinwiddie will securitize his NBA contract as a digital token, sources told The Athletic. The extension would bring him more than $34 million over a three-year period, but sales of the digital token would allow him to raise a significant portion of that sum upfront.
Sports Illustrated legal analyst and UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law Professor Mike McCann, wrote an in-depth article about Dinwiddie’s move to tokenize his contract and transform it into an investment contract represented by cryptographically-secured security tokens.
McCann aptly notes the” details of Dinwiddie’s idea are intricate and rely on terminology unfamiliar to many, explaining further that, “[t]he larger picture centers on a much more relatable concept: athletes identifying new ways to maximize their earnings during relatively short and one-injury-away-from-abruptly-ending careers.”
I added my thoughts about Dinwiddie’s application of Web 3.0 technology to a familiar desire of professional athletes to create multiple revenue streams that outlast the short span of their earning potential in the pros:
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How do you foresee this directly impacting the legal industry?
Asked by interviewer Adam Keirstead
Well, there’s a really interesting move in the legal industry to prepare lawyers to have conversations with technologists in the IT department and those who are coding to leverage the existing master contracts that we have in order to figure out ways that we can automate certain functions.
Essentially, there are master agreements underneath that lawyers do, and there’s coding the coders and IT specialists do. They need to be able to talk to each other. This is an area that’s ripe for innovation on the law side.
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