Basketball badge collection sold out in one day
Michael Jordan is always in the news. Friday, March 4, HEIR, web platform Solariumwhose goal is to connect fans with professional athletes, launched its first collection of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) to bring them to Web3.
Public Mint 6 Rings NFT is now available.
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According to sources, HEIR’s 6 NFT rings were inspired by Michael Jordan’s prolific career with the Chicago Bulls NBA team in the 1990s. Initially, 5,005 NFT rings were sold for 2.3 sols of salt ($221) each, which is a clear nod to the number 23 worn by the basketball badge through the Magic Eden market. All parts have been sold.
The figurines are presented in the form of a bull with six rings on the horns, the variations of which are represented by colors and different bulls, as well as a unique identification number, which is located at the bottom of the image. The six rings represent the number of championships Jordan has won.