April 29th, 2022

Buying the PWRFWD Charter Jacket NFT is as easy as buying, well, any other jacket. Here’s how.

But first…

PWRFWD 🤝 Bitski

In order to achieve our ambitious goals (league expansion, community ownership), we need to bridge the gap between the WNBA community and the web3 community. For many, this will mean purchasing their first NFTs.

April 22nd, 2022

As you’ve heard by now, PWRFWD has gone all in on (a) the WNBA and (b) web3. 

We’re building a global community of athletes, fans, and sports leaders who know women’s hoops is the future. This is one of the fastest-growing categories in sports, and we’ll be gasoline on that fire. Ultimately, the PWRFWD community will be a catalyst for league expansion.

So, we’re minting a collection of 1,000 Charter Club Jacket NFTs on 4.29.2022 at 3pm EST (12pm PST). Holding this NFT grants access to unique utility –

April 12th, 2022

Today, we surprised 260 of our earliest supporters and most active community members by airdropping them our Day 1 Pin.

This ultra-rare W pin immortalizes PWRFWD’s commitment to women's basketball and cements each holder’s legacy alongside ours. By accepting this limited-edition NFT, we’re collectively telling the world “It's a W for me."

Day 1 Pin holders will have exclusive access to:

April 8th, 2022

You love the WNBA. We love the WNBA.


And we want to share them with you.

Why did we do this?

April 4th, 2022

I’m extremely proud of the team we have working behind the scenes at PWRFWD. As such, I wanted to be sure to introduce everyone to the world. This is the second post of a two-part series doing just that.

(Read part 1 here)

Continuing in alphabetical order, I present to you the second half of the PWRFWD squad…

Hannah checking out the 2022 Bristol Regional finals.
Hannah checking out the 2022 Bristol Regional finals.
April 1st, 2022

Back in the day when you were getting recruited by college basketball programs, teams would flood your mailbox with their media guides. These were robust books that included details on the players, the coaches, the facilities, and the program’s history. When I got to college, I learned that these media guide mailers were pretty much universally loathed by all of my teammates. Turned out, I was one of the few weirdos who loved thumbing through these.

At any rate, one thing I’m most proud of with PWRFWD, is the amazing team we have in place. So, I wanted to throw together an abridged version of our own media guide to introduce the team to the world.

However, instead of listing stats and credentials, I wanted to give everyone a chance to share how they first discovered PWRFWD and what excites them most about what we’re doing.

In the best interest of length, I’m breaking this post into two parts. Going alphabetical order, here’s part one…

March 24th, 2022

A little over two years ago, we started PWRFWD as a platform made to empower athletes and fans to build community through NIL.

We created a marketplace, partnering with a few hundred athletes, including marquee WNBA players like Elizabeth Cambage, Seimone Augustus, and A’ja Wilson to bring unique products to their fans. Beyond the obvious value this provided to the athletes, we were blown away by how much it meant to fans to simply have a path to purchase products created by their heroes.

Mission is everything.
Mission is everything.

When we started building PWRFWD, most people had no idea what an NFT was. As their popularity began to surge, athletes and fans asked us how we would incorporate digital products into the marketplace. After months of immersion in the space --participating in projects, lurking, studying, discussing what we liked (and what we didn’t) -- our team came to two conclusions…