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NFTs are coming to collegiate sports in this new marketplace


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NFTs have been on the surge for a year and are proven to be more than just digital art. Increasingly, they are being utilized for gaming and metaverse projects. However, 2021 also witnessed some unique NFT use cases as well. For example, a recent study ranking most searched NFTs placed a sports-related NFT as the third.

RECUR, an NFT company that designs and develops branded experiences for its users also entered the NFT field.

Their new release, NFTU, captures favorite moments from college basketball and offers them NFT collectibles. Users can take advantage of weekly airdrops, complete challenges to earn unique rewards, and use the NFTU marketplace to trade NFTs.

Rarities of NFTs are determined based on the player and the moment of play. Weekly airdrops will contain multiple NFTs in four different rarities from different price rates: Common at $10, Premium at $25, Rare at $125, and Ultra Rare at $500.

Carmelo Anthony, the current forward for the Los Angeles Lakers and former Syracuse University player emphasizes the importance of sports spirit, saying:

“Syracuse became home for…

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