Jake Paul’s showdown with Robinson, Askren is sold as an NFT for $ 10 million
The NFT fad continues to rage with almost every industry looking to capitalize on this multi-billion dollar market. With the UFC Heavyweight Champions’ NFT sale, Francis Ngannou is reportedly significantly larger than what he got from the Belt Fight, many boxers and brands in the industry are looking for market share. they are on the “cake”, the newest Triller of them.
Entering boxing a few months ago with an impressive background, Triller according to various sources will sell off a 30-second clip from Jake Paul and Nate Robinson’s November 2020 fight for a whopping sum. 10 million dollars.
Explaining the price tag, the advertising agency thinks this NFT is a 1-in-1 collection, meaning no other version of this clip will be molded into an NFT, thus giving the buyer the right proprietary and resale value could be better.
Scheduled for sale on the Triller NFT market, an Ethereum-based platform, buyers will also receive in addition to clips from KO (knock out) of Nate Robinson, a 1 no 2 collection of the last 30 seconds. about Paul’s fight with Ben Askren.
Just like cryptocurrencies, NFT is highly volatile, the price of digital artwork can go up or down in seconds.
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