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NFL to hand out NFTs to Super Bowl LVI attendees

The Super Bowl LVI in The Angels will take place this Sunday, February 13, where the Los Angeles Rams Y Cincinnati Bengals and those attending the SoFi Stadium they will have a detail of the NFL.

The NFL announced that each fan in the stands for the match will receive a non-fungible token (NFT) that will be personalized and it will be unique, since it will have its section, row and seats to commemorate the game and the return of the Super Bowl a The Angels after 30 years.

The League already released the NFTs of each participating club, that is, of Los Angeles Rams Y Cincinnati Bengalsvirtual tickets that are certified in the blockchain chain Polygon and they are on the NFL website. HERE can be seen

The senior vice president of club business development for the NFL, Robert Gallosaid that they have already begun to offer NFT commemorative virtual tickets during the regular season and in the postseason.

“We witnessed a big success with this unique fan experience, which provided the impetus to continue this program during the postseason and finally in the Super Bowl LVI in The Angels”, he commented.

In November 2021 they began to release NFT virtual commemorative tickets for free for fans, where they distributed more than 250 thousand, according to what he said Gallo a Cointelegraph.

What is an NFT?

One NFT The token no fungible it is a digital asset stored in technology blockchainwhich is used in the cryptocurrencies. It is associated with a token that represents a certificate of authenticity, which is not so easy to exchange.

They will sell NFT of the winner of Super Bowl LVI

Dapper Labs INC., who make NFL All Dayannounced a collaboration with the teams of the NFL to create NFTs limited edition for the conference champions, Cincinnati Bengals Y Los Angeles Ramsas well as for the winner of Super Bowl LVI.

These NFTs will be on sale at this linkwhere will they cost $199 each of the champions AFC Y NFCas well as $299 those of the Super Bowl LVI.

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