WWE today released its debut NFT collection on the Moonsault platform. This collection is called Hell in a Cell and will be available starting today, June 5.
WWE and BCL launched the official WWE Moonsault NFT marketplace last Friday, May 27, during SMACKDOWN on FOX, and promoted the debut across WWE and FOX media platforms, as well as on WWE Discord.
The first 10,000 fans who created a wallet on the platform received a free Moonsault Genesis NFT, which were claimed in just a few hours.
The Moonsault platform was announced in March by WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment), which will be hosted on the eco-friendly Eluvio blockchain.
Last week they welcomed many fans to the platform, rewarding the first 10,000 users who signed up and created a wallet with free Moonsault Genesis NFTs.
The limited edition collection will include more than 10,000 “NFT Flips,” each featuring a WWE Superstar associated with the HELL IN A CELL event.
In the days following HELL IN A CELL, each NFT Flip will transform to reveal a 10- to 20-second video of the featured Superstar.
More limited-edition boxes of NFT Flips, and other video highlights and digital collectibles focusing on WWE Superstars and iconic moments in the company’s history, will be released at Moonsault scheduled for WWE’s major live events throughout the year.
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