Blockasset, a non-fungible token (NFT) platform specific to sports, has partnered with well-known digital artist Dosbrak for the launch of an upcoming collection of NFTs, Finance Magnates has learned.
The new NFTs collection will be called Legends Collection and the platform has also partnered with five athletes from five different sports: football, boxing, rugby, athletics, and MMA. The company, however, did not reveal the names of the sports celebrities at this point.
As detailed to Finance Magnates, there will be 10,000 NFTs in the collection that will be further split into groups of 2,000 based on the rarity.
“It will feature special art designed to honor the names of each one of these five athletes, evoking some of the most memorable moments of their careers,” the company stated. “The Legends NFTs collection will allow fans to reconnect with their heroes and collect each one of these moments in the form of personalized digital art.”
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Blockassets will even run a ‘guess the athlete’ competition and giveaways as a part of its campaign to promote the NFTs collection.
The partnership with Dosbrak alone will give the NFTs collection massive popularity. He is very popular for creating sports-centric artworks and was praised by many celebrities.
“Having worked with Dosbrak will imprint his unique artwork to the collection, making each depiction a distinctive work of art. Dosbrak’s approach to art and his expertise working with sports legends such as Mike Tyson and Connor McGregor will bring a unique style to the Legends collection. Dosbrask has also collaborated with other athletes from all over the world, podcaster Joe Rogan, Tyson Fury, the UFC, and ESPN,” the company added.
Meanwhile, many established crypto platforms, including Coinbase and Binance, have jumped into the NFT space, launching NFT marketplaces.