With a combined net worth of around $500 million, Stephen Curry, Tom Brady and Naomi Osaka helped Crypto Company grow from $90 million to over $1 billion

NBA superstar Stephen Curry finally won the long-awaited Finals MVP award last season after helping the Golden State Warriors win the title. The opponent Boston Celtics was good, but the much experienced Warriors didn’t need a Game-7. Curry has been impressive since he entered the league. He was one of the most influential figures in basketball. This has helped him earn his fortune. Aside from his salary and endorsement deals, Curry has made some smart investments over the years.

According to reports curry has a net worth of $160 million. He has invested in companies such as SnapTravel, Tonal, and Unanimous Media, among others. Last year, however, Curry took an unconventional path. It was a time when the world of investing went through a major shift with the rise of cryptocurrencies. And the two-time MVP made sure he wasn’t left behind.

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The ‘Baby Faced Assassin’ teased his fans with a tweet saying, “I’m just starting out in the crypto game…any advice?”

A day later the crypto trading company FTX announced Curry has become their global ambassador and shareholder. However, he’s not the only celebrity linked to the company.

The star power of Stephen Curry, Tom Brady and Naomi Osaka

Like Stephen Curry, NFL superstar Tom Brady and tennis superstar Naomi Osaka are also associated with crypto trading company FTX. Brady reportedly has a net worth of $250 million while Osaka has a net worth of $59 million. Curry also received an equity interest in the company as part of the transaction, joining Brady as a shareholder. But not many were sure how their stake in the crypto trading firm would fare. Many had doubts.

However, it looks like the superstars have been helping the company with their profits. The exchange grew revenue from under $90 million in 2020 to more than $1 billion last year allegedly when cryptocurrencies hit an all-time high.

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FTX reportedly generated $270 million in revenue in the first quarter of 2022. However, it’s unclear how the company fared in the second quarter as crypto prices took a hit.

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Interestingly, FTX signed a $17.5 million deal with UC Berkeley for the naming rights to their football field. It was the first college cryptocurrency sponsorship in the nation.

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