In a recent cricket-themed non-fungible token (NFT) auction of digital memorabilia in Dubai, rights to products, including one owned by M.S. The Indian cricket team led by Dhoni, which won the 2011 World Cup, and an IPL jersey signed by David Warner sold for approximately $ 335,950.
CricFlix, which sells rare cricket NFTs in partnership with two companies, RevSportz and Fanatic Sports, said the bat sold for $ 25,000 (1,876,000 yen) and the 2016 IPL-winning Australian batsman Warner jersey topped the charts the winning bid of $ 30,000 (₹ 2,251,200).
The retirement test ticket (the first day cover) signed by Sachin Tendulkar and a signed jersey were picked up by a fan in Mumbai for USD 40,000 (3,001,600 yen).
“The auction in the cricket NFT augmented reality market was a record-breaking success and sold out 23 items. The entire catalog sold out for $ 335,950, « said Anwar Hussein, co-founder of CrickFlix.
The collection included 23 world cricket artifacts, including the official souvenirs and team autographs from India’s maiden voyage to England in 1932, which sold for $ 14,500 (1,088,080 yen) and $ 14,000 (1,050,560 yen) respectively. The auction roaster also saw the NFT stamp signed by Don Brandman sold for $ 26,600 (1,996,064 yen).
Lata Mangeshkar concert recording for the 1983 World Championship team was purchased for US $ 21,000 (1,575,840 yen), while Balasaheb Thackeray’s cartoons and autographs from India’s first tour of Pakistan in 1952 sold for US $ 15,000 (1,125,600 yen).
The digital rights to India’s first test captain C.K. Naiyudu’s collection, including his original bank account and passport, sold for $ 7,500 (yen 562,800) and $ 9,800 (yen 735,392), respectively.
Experienced Indian pacemaker Jhulan Goswami’s semi-final jersey for the 2017 World Cup semi-finals brought in $ 10,000 (750,400 yen). It was also the very first NFT in the world of women’s cricket games, the company said.
“For the fans it will be a unique, exciting and fulfilling experience not only to enjoy financial advantages, but also to experience top sporting moments all over the world. This collaboration sets a new benchmark for future NFT auctions, « said Raghav Gupta, founder and CEO of Fanatic Sports, a sports ticket and hospitality company.
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