Autograph, Tom Brady’s Web 3 firm, and ESPN announced a multi-year arrangement on Wednesday.
The announcement decided to mint the network’s first NFT collection, debuting a collection of action photos from the probable Hall of Fame quarterback’s career.
The publication of the collection overlaps with the debut of Man in the Arena: Tom Brady on ESPN+ and Disney+.
It is a docuseries that traces Brady’s journey from overlooked draught pick to perhaps the greatest quarterback in NFL history. It may be viewed on Autograph and purchased on the DraftKings marketplace.
“As the first NFT partner for ESPN, the possibilities across sports and technology are endless, and we couldn’t be more excited to get this content out to the world in a massive way,”Autograph CEO Dillon Rosenblatt said
ESPN to feature Brady’s most significant career moments through the NFT
“Three zine covers” highlighting notable moments from Brady’s career will be included in the NFT collection. Brady will autograph 50 of the collection’s tokens.
According to the statement, the Autograph-ESPN cooperation will issue a second collection to correspond with the series’ tenth episode.
Brady co-founded Autograph, a blockchain-based NFT platform that celebrates athletes’ achievements by minting their achievements on the blockchain. The site teamed up with DraftKings to offer NFTs in June.
The Brady NFTs will be available only through DraftKings, Autograph’s lone marketplace partner.
There will be three magazine cover-style NFTs available, with 250 copies costing $100, 100 editions costing $250, and 50 digitally signed editions costing $500. All of the NFTs are created with Polygon, an Ethereum sidechain scaling solution.
Lamborghini to auction the last ever Aventador as an NFT
Some petrolheads may have heard that Lamborghini is planning to retire the renowned Aventador shortly as part of the automaker’s push to electrify its portfolio this decade.
The current Lamborghini Aventador will be the company’s last sports vehicle to use a naturally aspirated V12 engine.
To commemorate the event, Lamborghini will auction off the last Aventador to roll off the production line alongside a one-of-one NFT.
The final Lamborghini Aventador ever made, together with an NFT, will be auctioned off as part of the NFT initiative.
They’ve joined up with digital artist Krista Kim and singer Steve Aoki for this NFT project because it’s the final ever Lamborghini Aventador.
Krista Kim designed the graphic artwork for the NFT. It will be a digital duplicate of the automobile itself, which the Italian manufacturer claims to be the first Lamborghini for the metaverse.
Alongside Kim, Steve Aoki will produce a custom soundtrack for the NFT project and serve as a consultant on its design.