The delay to the 2020 Olympics has inadvertently allowed it to coincide with the NFT revolution. Now, officially licensed blockchain-based collectibles will commemorate the world’s largest sporting event.
The new NFTs are digital representations of collectible and tradable Olympic pin badges. The inaugural set forms part of the Olympic heritage collection, celebrating the art and design associated with the games over the previous 125 years.
There are three methods of obtaining Olympic Games NFTs: Purchasing assorted packs, purchasing specific pins from other collectors, or winning them for free in the upcoming official Olympic Games video game (due for release later this year). All trading options are available on the nWayPlay website.
The first set of collectibles launches on June 15th, and are available exclusively on Animoca Brands subsidiary nWayPlay.com.
The Olympic pins tradition commenced way back in 1896, used as a method of identifying the many people involved with the games. Since then, it has evolved into a worldwide community of collectors and traders. Therefore, it only seems natural for this collecting culture to evolve and include digital items and NFTs.
As such, it’s a perfect way for us couch-potatoes to get involved in the Olympics without having to suffer any physical exertion.
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