- According to Crypto.com, the UFC and Crypto.com have teamed together to manufacture the first official UFC NFT, which will be accessible on Thursday, according to the website
- Earlier this week, Crypto.com, a cryptocurrency trading, and payments website, announced the launch of a non-fungible token (NFT) for the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC).
The UFC AND NFT SERIES
According to the press release for the UFC’s new NFT series, digital treasures such as fight-night artwork, event posters, championship belts, athlete personalities, and avatars are among the digital treasures on display. The “UFC 268 Packs,” consisting of a collection of non-fungible tokens, will go on sale on Thursday, February 28. The real fight will serve as inspiration for the poster and belt designs for the next UFC 268: Usman vs. Covington 2 event. The NFTs are available for purchase by fans “while supplies last,” according to the company.
A Mouth-Watering Deal
According to Crypto.com, a $175 million sponsorship agreement has been reached between the Ultimate Fighting Championship and Crypto.com, the world’s most significant mixed martial arts entertainment enterprise. Madison Square Garden in New York City was the site of an official press conference, during which UFC president Dana White officially confirmed the agreement. White said that it was the biggest sponsorship deal the group has ever signed. The culmination of one of the most critical advances in integrating bitcoin and the sports business has finally occurred. It has attracted the interest of Crypto.com to learn more about the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), which has more than 625 million fans globally.
Crypto.com Forthcoming Collaborations
It has been reported that Matt Damon, a well-known actor, who is renowned for his involvement in blockbuster films like Elysium and the Bourne trilogy, would be working with Crypto.com on a new project. In addition, Crypto.com has collaborated with other significant organizations, including the NHL’s Montreal Canadiens, Formula One’s Mercedes-Benz Grand Prix, the NBA’s Philadelphia 76ers, the Italian Serie A, Paris Saint-Germain, and hip-hop musician Snoop Dogg, among others.
The CEO Talk Company Goals
Authentic UFC memorabilia and merchandise may be purchased via the Crypto.com safe app store, which accepts the company’s native token, CRO, as well as multiple other popular cryptocurrencies, all through the company’s current operational payment system. As co-founder and chief executive officer of Crypto.com, Kris Marszalek explains, this is an exciting moment for the company, formed by two UFC fans since the sport has become a global phenomenon with “legions of dedicated followers across the globe.” According to him, the company’s mission is to “allow UFC fans to protect and interact with their memorabilia.”