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About Parity

Established by and for women’s sports advocates, Parity is expanding the financial opportunity set for women athletes. With a growing roster of 600+ athletes from 40+ sports, as well as 20+ corporate partners, Parity unites data analytics and cultural relevance to match women athletes with sponsorship and revenue opportunities, primarily via social media. Learn more about Parity.

About the Parity NFT Marketplace

Women athletes, digital art, fans, and collectors meet at the Parity NFT Marketplace. Athletes can monetize their names/images/likenesses (NILs). Fans and collectors can buy original NFTs featuring such athletes, knowing that the authenticity and their ownership of such NFTs is secured by blockchain technology on the Aventus Network, built on top of Ethereum. To keep things easy and accessible, Marketplace transactions are denominated in USD.

About the Aventus Network

Aventus Network is a layer-2 blockchain protocol that enables any organization to build on the Ethereum network with radical improvements in speed, scalability, transaction costs, energy efficiency, and interoperability. Co-founded in 2017 by Forbes “30-Under-30” entrepreneur Alan Vey, Aventus Network makes building on Ethereum easier for businesses and decentralized platforms, thereby enabling widespread adoption. Learn more about Aventus.

About the Legend Series and Community Series

The Parity Legends Series will showcase legends of women's sports, starting with Olympic track & field legend Jackie Joyner-Kersee, basketball hall of famer Cynthia Cooper-Dyke and Olympic and professional hockey great Jayna Hefford. The Parity Community Series will feature athletes from the 600+ strong Parity community, which includes ~150 Olympians & Paralympians and 18 Tokyo Olympic medalists. Many NFTs in these series will include fan experiences and/or signed real-world memorabilia.

All NFTs in these collections will be designed by Borbay, Time Out New York’s Most Creative New Yorker of 2009. His works include the iconic series of paintings of the Guggenheim Museum and a portrait of Serena Williams.