OneSeason = Stocks + Sports



If you enjoy investing in the stock market and are also a big sports buff then you might get a kick out of a new service by OneSeason which allows users to purchase shares in their favorite professional athletes and make/lose money based on their performances.

We pulled some of the most popular questions from their FAQ pages:

How does OneSeason make money?

We earn trading commissions on trading activity, have advertising and licensing opportunities as well as realize a return on certain customer funds held in interest bearing accounts.

What is a Synthetic Ownership Interest (SOI)?

A Synthetic Ownership Interest (SOI) is a virtual good within OneSeason.com

What determines the value of a SOI?

Supply and Demand determines price within the market so all potential inputs to public perception could affect this including, but not limited to on-field performance, off-field activity, legacy prospects, etc.

What is a Synthetic Ownership Interest (SOI)?

A Synthetic Ownership Interest (SOI) is a virtual good within OneSeason.com

What determines the value of a SOI?

Supply and Demand determines price within the market so all potential inputs to public perception could affect this including, but not limited to on-field performance, off-field activity, legacy prospects, etc.

Trading Information Card for Lebron James

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Comments

  1. sam1988 says

    Scam all the way… you are buying/selling nothing at all.

    It’ll get a bit of value from hype, but it’s just a wealth transfer mechanism where they take commissions and last guys to buy are stuck losing all their $.

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