First Publicly-Available Official Maradona NFTs to Be Listed on EX Sports Marketplace

EX Sports, a platform that allows fans to buy, trade and sell exclusive digital collectibles in the form of non-fungible tokens (NFTs), has launched the “Maradona NFT Collection”, which features football legend Diego Armando’s collection. Contains 10 rare souvenirs. Maradona. Four “NFT Platinums” were auctioned off during a VIP-only event at the DMCC Crypto Center in Dubai in late October, while the remaining 6 souvenirs are currently up for auction. There are a limited number of “Gold NFTs” associated with each physical object.

During the event held in October, the winners appropriated certain Maradona items, including an autographed Argentine jersey from the 1986 World Cup in Mexico; an ST DuPont pen that Maradona signed with Napoli in 1984; and the trophy for the best player at the 1979 FIFA Youth World Cup by El Mundo. Each item is certified as official by World Soccer Treasures, one of the world’s largest football memorabilia collectors, and the rights to the Maradona brand name and use are legally held by Maradona’s former manager and close friend, Authorized by Stefano Ceci.

EX Sports is now offering fans of the former player, who died on 25 November 2020, a more affordable opportunity to own one of the six remaining items in Maradona’s collection. On December 5th, a new “Gold NFT” will be listed and from then on, every two days, new pieces will be released on the EX Sports Marketplace platform.

“Blockchain is meant to give access to minors. This campaign is a good example of how we can achieve that,” said EX Sports CEO Toli Makris. All 10 items are listed on the EX Sports website, where fans can join a waiting list to buy “Gold NFTs” and have a chance to own souvenirs.

EX Sports is a new blockchain-based NFT platform that aims to support grassroots sports such as Muay Thai, Weightlifting, Jiu-Jitsu and more. It allows sports fans to buy, trade and sell digital sports collectibles, opening up new revenue streams for marketing their favorite athletes.

The value of the broader NFT market is an estimate This will increase to $75 billion (approximately Rs 5,65,857 crore) by 2025, up from $14 billion (approximately Rs 1,05,615 crore) today, with much of the growth driven by the boom in sports NFT products. one of the biggest games NFT Marketplace, Dapper Labs saw its annual sales nearly double to $700 million (approximately Rs 5,279.6 crore) from $361 million (approximately Rs 2,722.85 crore) in 2019 last year, The Athletic informed of,

Rarible, Mintable, Sorare, and OpenSea all round out a growing list of places where sports fans fork over thousands of dollars for digital collectibles. Even Cryptocurrency Trading Platforms coinbase said last month it is launching a marketplace for NFTs, though the publicly traded company has yet to provide an exact unveiling date.

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