On Tuesday, the NBA team the Golden State Warriors announced the organization’s second non-fungible token (NFT) collection to commemorate the team’s 2022 NBA Playoff run. The Warriors NFT compilation is being called “a responsive NFT collection” as the NFTs will change based on real performance.
Golden State Warriors to Launch 2022 Playoff NFT Collection Featuring Responsive NFTs
The San Francisco-based NBA team the Golden State Warriors (GSW) is launching a new NFT collection this Friday, April 15, at 12 p.m. (PDT) via the FTX US NFT marketplace. The NFT collectibles stem from the “Golden State Warriors 2022 Playoff NFT Collection” (GSW Playoff NFTs) and every time the Golden State Warriors win a 2022 playoff series, the responsive NFTs will change by unlocking new utilities and benefits.
According to the press release sent to Bitcoin.com News, there will be a total of 3,000 GSW Playoff NFTs with 12 different designs. Every design has a unique level of rarity and special utilities offered, according to the announcement. “Each Playoff NFT is a digital collectible that doubles as an entrance pass into the GSW community on Discord,” the GSW NFT announcement explains. “The NFTs will grant fans access to member-only benefits, exclusive Warriors swag, and white-list access to future NFT drop.”
Based on the GSW NFT’s rarity, the fan could unlock a chance to ride on the Warriors Championship Float or win NBA Playoff tickets. Fans could win additional non-fungible token collectibles, autographed team memorabilia, exclusive NBA Playoff merchandise, and even championship rings. The full collection of GSW Playoff NFTs can be seen at the website gswnft.com and the collection will feature the following designs:
- 1947 Warriors NBA Championship Ticket Stub
- Oracle Arena Ticket Stub
- Warriors Varsity Jacket (1-of-1)
- Warriors Foam Finger
- Warriors 2015 NBA Championship Ring
- Warriors Championship Banner (1-of-1)
- Warriors Historic Logo Collage
- Warriors Basketball Hoop
- Warriors Golden Basketball Hoop
- Warriors 75th Anniversary Diamond
1-of-1 GSW Playoff NFT Auction Winner Will Receive a Gold Bar
According to the Golden State Warriors, the rarest NFT of them all will be the 1-of-1 special edition Gold Bar All-Access Pass. “The highest bidder of this special 1-of-1 auction will receive the NFT as well as a physical version of the Gold Bar—made of real gold—and two tickets to all Warriors 2022 playoff games at Chase Center,” the announcement discloses.
Each GSW Playoff NFT will sell for $499.99 per unit except for the 1-of-1 special edition Gold Bar All-Access Pass NFT. Fans will need an FTX US account to mint and participate and each NFT will act as an entrance pass into the GSW community on Discord as well. The upcoming GSW Playoff NFT collection will follow the Warriors’ last NFT sale which holds the record for the all-time highest sports NFT sale to date. The GSW 1-of-1 6x World Championship ring NFT sold for 285.111 ether or $871,591 at the time of settlement.
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