- Rohit Sharma to launch personal NFTs on FanCraze.
- This gives Rohit’s fans a chance to own a piece of history from his personal collection.
- Each NFT will come with meta-data embedded, related to the number of runs the player in the clip has scored.
Indian Captain Rohit Sharma is the latest Indian cricketer to announce the launch of his NFT (non-fungible token) collection. Rohit Sharma’s NFT announcement comes just a few days after former India all-rounder Yuvraj Singh revealed that he would be launching his cricket NFT collection for fans on December 25. Yuvraj made the announcement on his 40th birthday on December 12.
Cricketer Rohit Sharma has launched his personal non-fungible tokens (NFT) on the digital collectibles website FanCraze run by Faze Technologies. Rohit Sharma said he was looking forward to sharing some of the best moments of his career with his fans.
Rohit has achieved some fabulous feats in international cricket and the IPL over the years, and his cricket NFT will give fans a glimpse into some of those legendary moments. Rohit’s three ODI double hundreds, the ICC Golden Bat for his unforgettable performance in the 2019 ICC World Cup, and his first IPL hat-trick in 2009 are some of the precious achievements set to be captured in his NFT collection.
Indian Captain -Rohit Sharma said:
“I am looking forward to sharing some of the best moments of my career with my fans. The team at FanCraze is building the next generation of consumer experiences, and I cannot wait to check out the super-cool HitMan NFTs and 2D/3D avatars that they will be dropping in the months ahead.”
Anshum Bhambri, CEO, FanCraze said:
“We view marquee athletes as artists who create their best moments of art on the field of play. We are very excited to partner with Rohit Sharma, a pure cricketing genius, to build the new paradigm of engagement between the athlete and the fan.”
FanCraze has already inked a three-year deal with the International Cricket Council (ICC) for the rights to its catalog of video and audio clips, which goes back till 1975. It is creating thousands of NFTs linked to specific clips, which cricket fans will be able to buy in packs and trade on a secondary market, the statement added.
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