Golden State Warriors Announce Playoffs NFT Collection with FTX


Golden State Warriors to release their Playoffs NFT collection with FTX – it will be the first collection of responsive NFTs from a professional sports team.

Golden State Warriors launches second NFT collection

The Warriors were the first sports team to make an NFT release. Last year, they released the team’s Legacy NFT Drop. At the time of this writing, their first NFT collection holds the all-time sports NFT sales record.

Now, they’re back to give their fans more. Their second NFT collection will commemorate the team’s performance in the 2022 NBA Playoffs.

Plus, it’s a collection that will adapt as the team’s playoff streak extends. This means new profits and more benefits for NFT owners.

The Golden State Warriors 2022 Playoffs NFT collection is made up of 3,000 NFT. It features 12 unique designs randomly assigned when minted on the FTX US blockchain, the team’s official NFT marketplace.

Each design has a unique level of rarity with special utilities and benefits such as NBA Finals tickets, autographed items, Warriors NBA Championship rings and more.

In addition, each Playoffs NFT also serves as an entry pass to the GSW community on Discord. It will grant fans access to exclusive member benefits and whitelist access for future NFT installments.

Finally, the crown jewel of the collection is the special 1-of-1 edition of the Gold Bar Access Pass, which can only be purchased directly through the auction. This special NFT grants its owners invaluable utilities and once-in-a-lifetime benefits.

In addition, the highest bidder on the NFT will also receive a physical version of the Golden Bar made of real gold plus two tickets to all Warriors 2022 playoff games at the Chase Center.

The Golden State Warriors 2022 Playoffs NFT collection will be minted this Friday, April 15 at 10 a.m. PDT exclusively on the FTX US NFT marketplace. Each NFT will sell for $499.99. Fans must have an FTX US account to mint and participate in the 1-of-1 auction.

A portion of the proceeds from the NFT collection will go to the Warriors Community Foundation. The charity has awarded more than $25 million in impact for Bay Area educational equity since 2012.

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