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New Money

 
Joining “New Money” hosts Spencer Dinwiddie and Solo Ceesay are OG reality stars Gabrielle Victor and Danielle Victor, better known as the “Victor Twins.” Since their rise to popularity while starring on reality show “Bad Girls,” the twins have found a way to monetize their personalities and daily lives through social media. Though social media offers a legitimate career path for many creators today, they are still bound to the structure and income that platforms offer. Spencer, Solo and the Victor Twins discuss the future of decentralized social media powered by crypto and blockchain technology where creators could possibly be better empowered to determine their own worth.
  From Reality TV to Behind Your Phone Screen: Catching Up With the Victor Twins
 
Sports and big tech collide in this episode of “New Money” with Spencer Dinwiddie and Solo Ceesay. The hosts are joined by former WNBA player Imani McGee-Stafford, Atlanta Falcons linebacker Foye Oluokun and Renee Montgomery, retired WNBA player and co-owner of the Atlanta Dream. They discuss the importance of the sports industry embracing new technology and how investing in crypto is increasingly being discussed in the locker rooms and on the field as an opportunity for athletes to build their wealth during and after their professional careers.
  How New Technology is Impacting Sports
 
In this episode of “New Money,” hosts Spencer Dinwiddie and Solo Ceesay are joined by recording artists Biddl3, actress GG Townson and producer Carey. They explain their corners of the entertainment world, contributing their unique views on the challenges of the industry and how social media and other new technologies can be powerful tools to build content, brand and engagement with fans.
  So You Want to Be in Entertainment? Exploring Hollywood’s Biggest Challenges
 
Popular competitive gaming experts Denver Moore, known as “That Denver Guy,” and Cole Rodey from The Rodey Bros join forces on this episode of “New Money” with Spencer Dinwiddie and Solo Ceesay to discuss the lifestyle, hustle and future of gaming. The two exchange stories of their triumphs and struggles throughout their streaming journeys and discuss how the online gaming community has been in a unique position to be early adopters of crypto and other digital assets.
  Playing to Win: How Gamers Are Using Crypto and Where the Market Is Going
 
Joining “New Money” hosts Spencer Dinwiddie and Solo Ceesay are Kiara Nichole, Jourdan Riane, Yanna and Adrianna, four influencers who have hit it big on Instagram. From timing to lighting, these models share their secrets of creating the perfect and profitable social media post.
  Look but Don’t Touch! Why Your Favorite IG Models Are Getting Into Tokenization
 
Joining “New Money” hosts Spencer Dinwiddie and Solo Ceesay are Naya Rose, basketball nonprofit organizer and influencer; Jake Bain, LGBT advocate and football player; and Chef Hoppie, celebrity chef for pro athletes like the Cowboys’ Ezekiel Elliott. Though each influencer’s domain is very different from the others, they all share a similar goal: to use their social currency to inspire the next generation.
  How Crypto Is Accelerating the Creator Economy
 
R&B legend Mario joins “New Money” hosts Spencer Dinwiddie and Solo Ceesay to pull the curtain back on the inner workings of the music industry, revealing the secrets of streaming, music rights and the problems that come with the centralization of music. How can blockchain technology give power back to creators? Mario envisions a future where artists own and control their music and income without any need for intermediaries like big labels.
  Music Meets Money: How R&B Legend Mario Is Getting the Bag
 
Austin J. Mills is best known for his work as a host with NBA Entertainment. He joins “New Money” hosts Spencer Dinwiddie and Solo Ceesay to give a behind-the-scenes look at the daily tasks and challenges of being a prolific video content creator. Mills, a former Baylor University basketball player, also talks about his interest in investing in crypto and NFTs.
  Production Pride: Understanding What Goes Into Content Capture, Editing and Distribution
 
Content creators Chaz Smith, Eric Struk and Chozus join “New Money” hosts Spencer Dinwiddie and Solo Ceesay to weigh in on the benefits and challenges of the many social media platforms. These influencers take a methodical approach to their content, homing in on their audience, branding and “it” factors. Find out which platforms are best for creators at every stage of success.
  Navigating Platforms: Searching for the Best Audience, Brand Builds and Payouts for Creators
 
Two influencers-turned-brand-founders Sabrina Sadeghian of the skincare-focused makeup brand 4AM SKIN, and Nicole Shiraz of Nalia Swim join “New Money” hosts Spencer Dinwiddie and Solo Ceesay to discuss how they leveraged social media to take their brands to the next level. They discuss the benefits of a social-first marketing strategy and the importance of recognizing and adapting to constantly changing trends to stay relevant in a saturated market.
  Building Your Brand, Then Building a Brand
 
Featuring Chavah Grant, Yanira “Ya Ya” Pache and Samya Mohamed, three content creators intimately familiar with what it means to be an influencer in the social media age. The three explain their hacks for the balancing act that requires producing unique content and being authentic while also appealing to changing audiences and dynamic trends.
  What It Takes to Be a Content Creator
 
Superstar Matt James is used to putting his head, heart and resources on the line, whether it’s on romantic reality show “The Bachelor” or investing in crypto. A self-described risk-taker, James wasn’t afraid to jump into the deep waters of crypto and start investing in bitcoin. On “New Money” with Spencer Dinwiddie and Solo Ceesay, James reveals his journey in crypto and speculates on where blockchain technology could go next.
  From Bachelor to Crypto Bull: The Matt James Story