Dinwiddie said Thursday that if he reaches his GoFundMe fundraising goal of 2625.8 Bitcoin, the equivalent of $24,632,630 USD, within the next month, he'll sign a one-year minimum contract with an NBA team of fans' choosing.
If the targeted amount isn't reached, the former second-round pick will donate all of the money to charity.
"Shoe companies and endorsers influence team decisions all the time," Dinwiddie said in a statement to The Athletic's Shams Charania. "My/our biggest endorsers will always be the fans, so I want to have some fun with this while we're all under quarantine.
"I hope no owners/team personnel participate so there's no impropriety on this one of a kind endorsement deal."
Dinwiddie is under contract through the 2020-21 season but holds a $12.3-million player option for the following campaign.
The Colorado product was averaging career highs in scoring (20.6 points per game) and assists (6.8) per game when the 2019-20 NBA campaign was put on hold.