CryptoBoxers Releasing Limited Edition NFT Collection
ATLANTA, GA (April 15, 2021) – CryptoBoxers is releasing their own NFT platform. The first art from the series of NFT’s will be released in May 201. Multiple influential partners came together for the first installment of the CryptoBoxers art NFT’s which consist of professional men and women of boxing.
The creator of CryptoBoxers Andrew Gilliam says, “This is only the beginning of the CryptoBoxers NFT series. We will continue to release them, on an ongoing basis, as the game develops.”
NFT’s will be released in multiple series throughout the coming weeks and months. The second edition of NFT’s will be an ongoing series that focuses on the highly anticipated video game.
CryptoBoxers is partnering with team members and utilizing its network of artists and high-quality digital art, while keeping the content a knockout and the technology the same. CryptoBoxers NFT’s were created by using both ERC-721 tokens and ERC-1155 tokens.
Fighters who already partnered with CryptoBoxers have received a better opportunity and can see the long-term potential money instead of the one-time payments for their brand like other games.
Gilliam continued, “Every boxing game from the past, to current times, has been offering professional boxers the same one time payment while making millions off of their brand and likeness. Some of the companies are worth billions, while never paying the athletes for additional image use. Someone has to fight and level the playing field for all of these athletes.”
From legendary to present professional boxing champions, some fromer champs are already getting on board, like two-time world heavyweight champion Chris Byrd, who is on his comeback to becoming champion again. The hottest edition to women boxing, the goddess and future star, Tika Hemingway, has also joined CryptoBoxers, who is trained by one of the greatest ever to wear boxing gloves, Roy Jones Jr.
The CryptoBoxers team is currently in negotiations to provide insurance, pensions, trust funds, documentaries, and sponsorships for active, retired, and deceased athletes.
While igniting a firestorm that is spreading throughout the boxing world, Gilliam concluded, “The job is to work and walk with the athletes through the process of NFT’s and teach them about cryptocurrency. We want to teach each fighter about how to maximize their individual crypto brand.”