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Kansas Athletics Combining New NFTs With NIL Deal For Men’s Basketball Team

Courtesy Rock Chalk

The Kansas men’s basketball team will have a personalized NFT platform called Rock Chalk where fans will be able to buy, sell and trade Jayhawk collectibles. The NIL partnership with the team was negotiated in collaboration with G3 Marketing, with logo rights secured through Collegiate Licensing Company.

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Alibaba’s latest NFT launch features non-tradeable badges celebrating four Winter Olympics sports

Alibaba Group Holding has launched four non-fungible tokens (NFTs) featuring sports at the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics, expanding the offerings available in China’s closed, non-tradeable NFT world.

The virtual badges, in traditional Chinese ink painting style, depict speed skating, aerial freestyle skiing, slopestyle and figure skating.

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Photo New York Riptide Facebook Page

Callum Crawford has an electric performance for the Riptide.

On Heroes Night, with the team wearing alternate healthcare Heroes uniforms in partnership with Orlin & Cohen to honor the unwavering commitment and heroic care given by healthcare workers nationwide to individuals impacted by COVID-19 Crawford became the 16th player in NLL history to score 400 career goals.

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Courtesy New Renaissance

NFTs Are Experiences, Not Things

The entire story of non-fungible tokens to date has been a kind of Keystone Cops combination of Amazing New Possibility and Dumbest Thing Ever. Opposites attract, apparently.

Why the craze?

Because maybe, just maybe, the experience is more than the thing.

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Sue Bird and Megan Rapinoe among group of female sports stars launching NFT trading cards

Seattle Storm star Sue Bird and U.S. Women’s National Team star Megan Rapinoe are among the female athletes getting in on the non-fungible token (NFT) craze with the release of digital trading cards next month.

According to Sportico, the athletes, who are all represented by the Wasserman sports agency, will be featured on collectibles designed by Los Angeles-based artist Lauren Nipper.

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Study: Sport NFTs to generate more than US$2bn in 2022

Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) for sports media will generate more than US$2 billion in transactions in 2022, about double the figure for this year, according to research from Deloitte.

The professional services firm predicts that by the end of 2022, four to five million sports fans globally will have purchased or been gifted an NFT sports collectible.

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NFTs Are Coming To Nascar, And They Could Change The Collectibles Market In The Sport

As everything in the world evolves, so does NASCAR. The sport is now making its first tentative steps into the world of the non-fungible token or NFT. The popularity of the NFT has grown recently as they became a way for buyers to purchase digital artwork. Most often NFTs are purchased using cryptocurrency, but unlike cryptocurrency an NFT has a unique digital signature which means it can't be traded one for one like Bitcoin.

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