One of the World Giants Chose This NFT Coin Project: Partnered!

NFT: Football club Manchester City has teamed up with NFT marketplace and coin project Quidd (QUIDD) to launch a four-set digital collection. Here are the details…

Manchester City partners with NFT coin

NFT and football fans will discover not only 3D player cards, but also unique card sets that highlight moments in the club’s history. An extremely limited set of cards will close the Quidd season. As we have also reported, Quidd is a subsidiary of the well-known Animoca Brand. Wax is one of the few leading NFT markets on the Blockchain and they have already worked with famous names like Disney and HBO. With the collection of 3D digital sports cards series, fans will interact fully with the club for the first time. The collection includes four NFT launches during the season-end.

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Many of Europe’s leading clubs were quick to get involved in the crypto and NFT space. FC Porto partnered with Binance to launch their fan tokens last year. Barcelona has announced its plans to develop the cryptocurrency with the added possibility of the Metaverse and the NFT project. Sam Barberie, Vice President of Content at Quidd, used the following statements regarding the partnership:

The opportunity to work with City immediately forced us to do something completely new. The caliber and history of the club has sparked a desire for fans and collectors to create something like never before, as interactive as being a City fan.

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The Quidd marketplace is home to over 325 different brands’ collectibles and eight million NFT collectors worldwide. This collection will mark the first time a Premier Football League club has collaborated with Quidd. As more sports clubs experiment with NFT technology, it looks like teams will continue to think about how to interact creatively with their fans.

Quidd’s QUIDD coin is changing hands at $0.12, down 2.83 percent at the time of writing. Manchester City’s fan token CITY is at $ 7.34 with a decrease of 5.22 percent.

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