Blockchain.com holding will release a collection of non-interchangeable tokens (NFT) under the license of the Continental Hockey League (CHL) on the Binance NFT marketplace. This is stated in a press release.
The first KHL.cards tokens will be available in Mystery Box, which will launch on September 27 at a price of BUSD 20 each. The first phase will feature 20 NFTs with varying levels of exclusivity.
The collection will include cards with snippets of game episodes, footage from the KHL All-Star Game, images of sports awards and the champions themselves.
The NFT will be released in four rarity levels: bronze, silver, gold and platinum. The value of the tokens will depend on this.
"Hockey fans and the cryptocommunity are very similar - they are communities with a keen interest in dynamic processes and impressive victories. We decided to bring these people together in a fundamentally new ecosystem, to introduce them to the opportunities offered by the NFT," said KHL.cards executive director Alina Krot.
KHL vice-president Sergey Dobrokhvalov also announced the launch of the GameFi-Project for 2022. The initiative will expand opportunities for NFT-card holders.
Earlier, popular TV presenter and blogger Nastya Ivleeva announced the launch of a charity NFT-project "SON" on the Binance marketplace.
Recall that at the end of August, the State Hermitage Museum and Binance NFT announced the launch of sales of tokenized works of art from a limited-edition digital collection.