The future of NFT’s is here. Pro basketball player Wilson Chandler, who played 12 seasons in the NBA before heading to the Zhejiang Lions of the Chinese Basketball Association, has signed a completely virtual shoe deal with NFT-based fashion brand CryptoKickers, the company announced.
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CryptoKickers stated the deal is the first of its kind.
“As soon as I discovered CryptoKickers, it was a no-brainer to collaborate with them,” Chandler said in a statement. “I’ve been in the crypto space for some time and recently became obsessed with NFTs. I think these guys are positioned to build a Nike-sized fashion business for virtual worlds.”
Hyped to be dropping a limited set of NFT sneakers with @cryptokickers an NFT based shoe brand. 21 pairs will be released tomorrow April 21st on their website https://t.co/5gwM3jJQTK with additional releases to follow. https://t.co/Tg2gmaLBK3 pic.twitter.com/pDDFkaCCBC
— Wilson Chandler (@wilsonchandler) April 20, 2021
CryptoKickers co-founder Joey Flynn added:
“Beyond Wilson’s huge impact in the NBA, he is already a big part of the NFT community and is a champion for the technology and ideology behind it all. He was our dream collaborator. We reached out to him over Twitter and within days, a partnership was in place.”
The shoes are individually numbered and will start at 0.021 ethereum, one of a few cryptocurrencies, which converts to roughly $44.07.
I mean who doesn’t want an ugly pair of virtual shoes?