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The Huddle: Big Hacks and Bullishness
The largest crypto hack + soaring prices all in the same week
Bitcoin (BTC): $47,196 | Past Week Change: +12.47% | Year Change: +1.5%
Ethereum (ETH): $3,392 | Past Week Change: +15.15% | Year Change: -8.7%
This may be the first time a lot of you are seeing this newsletter! Last week, we started The Huddle as a way to help athletes keep up with sports-crypto news and VO2 updates. It was initially meant to be exclusively for athletes, but due to popular demand we’re opening it up to everyone!
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🔥 Athlete Tokens + VO2 Token Drop 4/4 🔥
Last week we announced the VO2 token would be dropping on 3/25. Turns out we’re just going to drop it along with the athlete tokens coming out on 4/4! Don’t miss out, join the waitlist to know exactly when the tokens drop so you can buy them before they run out.
Find out how you can get discounted prices and early access by joining the Discord. It’s a dope community of sports-crypto enthusiasts, you’ll fit right in.
🚨 Weekly Highlights 🚨
David Beckham In The Mix
It feels like every big-name athlete is trying to get into the NFT game now. David Beckham just launched a partnership with DigitalBits - hard to know what that partnership totally entails besides a pretty promo vid and some NFTs being minted on the DigitalBits blockchain.
Snoop and Wiz Hotboxing with the Apes
We know Snoop’s big in the NFT space (he’s claimed to be the esteemed NFT collector Cozomo de' Medici). Now Wiz is joining too, and they’re collabbing to make a 8 special songs available as NFTs only purchasable with ApeCoin, one of which is dedicated as the theme song of Bored Apes Yacht Club. It’s only fitting since both of them have rare Bored Apes that they use as their Twitter pfp’s.
F1 and Crypto Appear To Be A Match Made In Heaven
F1 Racing has seen a sudden influx of money coming in from crypto sponsors. It makes total sense, both crypto and F1 have large international supporters, F1 is a sport with independently contracted racers, and there’s a lot more space to place advertisements on a car than on a jersey. It’ll be exciting to see what other sports crypto makes waves in, we’re only going to see more over time.