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How to Win With Blockchain Technology in Sports

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Ben Plomion

From NFT (non-fungible token) art galleries featuring the late Kobe Bryant, to digital trading cards, to the renaming of the Staples Center to Crypto.com Arena — blockchain technology in sports is here to stay. The opportunities within this exciting space are only continuing to grow.

Q&A with AirCatch Co-Founder Aaron Stein on Web3, NFT & Blockchain Technology Utility

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Nila Lê

We had the pleasure of working with AirCatch.io last year and, now, the opportunity to pick the brain of one of their Co-Founders, Aaron Stein. AirCatch is self-described as making sending and receiving NFTs (non-fungible tokens) as easy and useful as email, and we couldn't agree more. From a brand perspective, AirCatch believes that NFTs offer many untapped opportunities to delight audiences and their mission is to remove the technological barriers that limit wide-scale adoption, AirCatch releases the potential of Web3 technologies. With AirCatch's technology, brands can instantly reward fans, strengthen communities and give everyone a chance to own a piece of their favorite creations. Our CMO, Ben Plomion, marveled, "AirCatch developed a proprietary technology to remove some of the frictions associated with NFT distribution and ownership. We put their technology to work at a Web3 conference and AirCatch made it super easy to send NFTs to 300+ participants." Read on to hear about how Aaron views the Web3 space.

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Sports and Blockchain: How Web3 Is Helping Franchises Find New Success

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Ben Plomion

From NFTs (non-fungible tokens) of trading cards to virtual pre-game events, sports and blockchain projects have become natural partners in the past few years. Sports franchises have much to gain from Web3, including unprecedented revenue and fan engagement opportunities, and sports blockchain companies are eager to help. Here’s how some sports teams are using blockchain technology to reach new markets.

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The 5 Best Sports Blockchain Companies to Partner With in 2023

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Ben Plomion

Sports blockchain companies can be an invaluable resource for athletes and teams looking to navigate Web3 technology

The explosive growth in NFTs took even tech fiends by surprise, and that demand has been especially strong when it comes to sports tokens. An impressive 24% of American households have already purchased a digital asset, but if you’re looking at sports fans specifically, that number jumps to 34%. Sports organizations are eager to enter this market but need reliable partners who understand the nuances of blockchain.

Dibbs 2022 NFT Sentiment Report

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Nila Lê

We tapped users of our blockchain-based collectibles marketplace to uncover first-of-its-kind insight on user sentiment toward NFT technology. Today, we are releasing findings from the industry’s first NFT Sentiment Report, which surveyed hundreds of NFT adopters to understand consumer sentiment around NFTs today and into the future.

In a largely pseudonymous industry where NFT holders can be hard to reach, we felt uniquely positioned to tap the highly engaged users of our marketplace to understand broader sentiments around the evolving NFT industry and what the future of ownership looks like alongside the growth of Web3 and the metaverse.