Warriors’ Stephen Curry Joins NFL Star Tom Brady in Exciting New Venture

Published 09/07/2021, 10:48 PM EDT
Stefan Curry, joueur de basket ball NBA des Golden State Warriors et ambassadeur de la plateforme d’e-commerce Rakuten lors d’une rencontre de presse le 23 juin 2019 à Tokyo, Japon. (Photo by YOSHIKAZU TSUNO/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)


With the popularity of NFTs, NBA Top Shot, Cryptocurrency, the world of investment is on a paradigm shift. The most notable names like Mark Cuban & Spencer Dinwiddie have already shown their interest in these avenues of making huge dollars. And now, it is time for the Warriors’ Stephen Curry to take a dip in the ocean of gold.

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The proud owner of SC30 Inc, Steph is also an investor in businesses like SnapTravel, Tonal, Unanimous Media, and others. But now, the Baby Faced Assassin has decided to take a bit of an unconventional route, placing his bet on the cryptocurrency bubble.

Stephen Curry and his latest investment call

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Just a day ago, Steph took to Twitter and revealed that he was getting started in the cryptic world of crypto exchange. 

And now, he has dropped a major announcement that he’s on the table with Antigua-based crypto trading firm FTX. He opened up with this update in style and stated, “I’m thrilled to be announcing my partnering with FTX. They wanted to have their team put together an announcement video. But I told them no worries, I got this… FTX is dope.”

Take a look at the video that claims Steph was working on it for three weeks – 

So now the GSW leader owns equity shares and is sharing the table with NFL’s Tom Brady, his wife and model Gisele Bundchen, eSports organization TSM, Shark Tank’s Kevin O’Leary, Quarterback Trevor Lawrence, and others.

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Why does this deal make every sense?

For one, FTX is on the rise. The four-year-old startup now has the naming rights to Berkeley Stadium, and this just proves its meteoric rise. So it compliments Steph’s NBA career, where he took the league by storm from his fifth year onwards.

Also, having Tom Brady as a partner is another big plus. Here, have a look at how the legendary NFL champion is already helping Curry with advice.

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In the recent rounds of fundraising, FTX saw a valuation of a whopping $18 billion, making it the next-big-thing in the crypto market. So it’s even better Curry’s foundation, Eat.Learn.Play, is partnering with one such successful and reliable name for its charity initiatives. 

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So what do you think, are Curry and FTX the match made in heaven? Help us know in the comments section below.

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Sourabh Singh

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Sourabh Singh is an NBA sports analyst for EssentiallySports, who has been working with the site since May 2020. Prior to this, he functioned as Managing Editor at WittyFeed, followed by a stint at Decathlon. The Sports Management graduate leads an active lifestyle, veering to the mountains for off-trail adventures.

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