Jaylen Clark became the NCAA’s first player to launch its own crypto asset.
Playing for the UCLA Bruins team, Clark is preparing to make a name for himself in the crypto world with the crypto launch called JROCK.
Clark announced his own cryptocurrency, JROCK, to his 60,000 Instagram followers, with a screenshot of an ESPN news article.
This year, the NCAA introduced new policies so teams and athletes can make big money deals. As a result of these policies, Clark also stepped into the crypto industry.
Clark has partnered with tokenization platform Rally for its JROCK crypto. Rally is known as a platform that allows content creators to launch their own crypto assets.
Jaylen Clark was the NCAA’s first athlete to be directly involved in the crypto world. It is a matter of curiosity whether other NCAA players will step into the crypto industry after Clark’s move.
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