By Kyle Bonagura, ESPN: Oregon defensive end Kayvon Thibodeaux launched his own cryptocurrency Thursday, the latest in a string of unique business opportunities he has entered into since changes to the NCAA’s name, image and likeness rules arrived in July.
The coin ($JREAM) will be traded exclusively on Rally, which describes itself as a platform for creators to build their own digital economies.
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Oregon Ducks star Kayvon Thibodeaux launched his own cryptocurrency Thursday, with some of the proceeds from its initial release expected to benefit youth in disadvantaged circumstances.
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