Popular US Sports Pundit Joins Millennial And Gen Z Web3 Platform, TradeZing, As Board Member
Entrepreneur Jordan Edelson has announced his next venture with the launch of TradeZing, a live-streaming, social engagement, Web3 platform designed for Millennial and Gen Z traders.
The platform claims to “harnesses the power of community and content creation across stocks, cryptocurrency, NFTs and the Metaverse to educate, elevate and entertain.” TradeZing’s announcement comes on the heels of their sponsorship of Bitcoin 2022 in Miami, the world’s largest Bitcoin conference of the year.
It aims to create a community and provide traders with fun, educational and entertaining content. Featuring livestreams on trending topics, the platform will allow a “new generation ” of traders to learn about these evolving spaces and be one step ahead in their investment opportunities.
Partners of TradeZing include American sports commentator and former professional football player, Michael Irvin, who first spoke about the platform at Radio Row.
Irvin as well as American television personality and influencer Foodgod will be part of TradeZing’s Board of Advisors, a group of high-profile individuals helping to amplify the company’s goals and inspire creators to build communities where everyone can teach and promote new opportunities to learn together.
TradeZing’s Board of Advisors adds strategic value within their respective industries, engaging with new audiences on behalf of the company and investing in its future through traditional and social media campaigns. Both are also joining TradeZing at Bitcoin 2022.
“I am thrilled to be part of this exciting new streaming platform,” said Steve Mandell, high power entertainment attorney and Co-Founder of TradeZing. “It will be a space to cultivate and support content creators who are navigating and educating the future of income generation. Anyone who wants to learn about trading, NFTs, equities and the metaverse, while also taking control of their finances will be able to do so with TradeZing.”