32,000 NFTs of World Cup players and teams released by Basement Sports
“There’s never been a football fan club quite like this, with gameplay options where your character comes to life,” says the Basement Sports founder, Arman Rousta“By creating their own player NFTs, futbol fans around the world gain exclusive access to in-game features, Kidcoin rewards, sporting goods and VIP experiences – in the virtual and real world.”
All information on how to get these NFT avatars is on the website – https://www.basementsports.com/nft/. Fans can choose individual teams like Brazil Where France, complete groups of 4 teams according to the bracket of the World Cup, or the complete list of 32 countries. NFT owners can “trade”, sell or buy skins through the app or on the NFT exchange, OpenSea.
The creative spirit behind this NFT project is Mustafa Farhad, creative director at Blueliner, a global digital agency. “We wanted to create player avatars that young football fans around the world can immediately identify with and, through them, share our common excitement, passion, glory and grief that is the World Cup.”
On the technical side, a team of engineers led by Blueliner CTO, Kaiyes Ansary, built the Basement Sports app and now the NFT system, which includes Kidcoin payments integration. “This is a unique crossover project, bringing web3 and cryptographic elements into a mainstream interface, using web and app platforms kids and parents are used to interacting with. We chose the Polygon network to build the NFT architecture because of its speed and reliability, as it is a layer on top of trust and security Ethereum Network.”
With World Cup action set to kick off next week, the Basement Sports team is planning multiple watch parties around the world, as well as daily contests, from which winners will be rewarded with NFTs and prizes. other prices. Each World Cup group has an ambassador and a team, which can be followed on their official website Twitter and instagram canals.
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