Today’s Nifty News rounds up nonfungible token (NFT) projects centered around the Winter Olympics, which began Friday in Beijing, China. The following are initiatives taken by the International Olympic Committee, or IOC, The British Olympic Association, and an independent artist leading up the 2022 games.
IOC celebrates Olympic history
Since June 2021, the IOC has collaborated with nWayPlay, an NFT marketplace and blockchain game studio that is a subsidiary of Animoca Brands, to launch the Olympic Heritage Collection of Olympic NFT Pins. Essentially digital versions of the physical collectible and tradeable Olympic pins, these NFTs celebrate the past Olympic Games by depicting posters, emblems, pictograms and mascots from the last 125 years. Monthly drops of assorted boxes were available for fans to purchase, leading up to February 2022.
Team GB enters the Metaverse
Protest NFT collection criticizes Chinese government
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