Malcolm Rodriguez makes history for Oklahoma State University and his fans when he stands in the field in a suit. Rodriguez’s resume has 397 career tackles, most of which start with defense, three consecutive all-big 12 selections, and countless memories that fans will cherish for the rest of their lives when he leads the team to victory. I am proud of. But now he’s catching another field.
Earlier this week, Rodriguez was the first OSU athlete NFT.. And when Bob Dylan moaned the iconic phrase “The Times They Are Changing”, he said NFT Space was in the first half of 2021 and, according to Forbes, $ 1.2 billion in July alone. Athletes like Rodriguez make good use of names, images and portraits. Still, the message doesn’t change. “Acknowledge that the water around you has grown … and you should start swimming” or you will sink like a stone. In the olden days, athletes probably dreamed of a one-time income for trading shoes or signing goods. Conversely, in the case of NFTs, athletes like Malcolm collect royalties from the initial and future sales of a product each time it is resold. Athletes are getting a lot of attention.
So what is an NFT? NFT is an abbreviation for “Non-Fungible Token”. “Non-substitutable” means a unique and unique collection that cannot be copied, exchanged, or recreated. NFTs are compared as well as limited edition art prints, or better but short print sports trading cards. But unlike physical counterparts, NFTs are digital collector’s items, or “tokens.” The serial number is “non-substitutable” because it cannot be replaced or destroyed. There can be different tiers and rarities, such as one tenth, but each has a different serial number associated with it, each of which is a kind of thing.
Fast forward until now. NBA, Nike, Taco Bell, Coca-Cola and others are rushing to win investment in NFT Space. The MAGZ Sports Agency and Crossover Collectibles are equally pioneering, except that they do so on behalf of student athletes.
CEO and Founder of Crossover Collectibles, Christian tripty“We strive to educate, equip and empower student athletes to creatively and thoughtfully maximize their names, images and portraits in a way that connects them with their fans.” increase. Most notably, this is achieved through the NFT experience. “We grew up with sports cards. We collected, exchanged and dreamed of their monetary value with our friends. NFTs are financially and beyond the circle of our friends at the same time. Much better exponentially! If your physical collection is lost, damaged, or of poor quality, NFTs are a permanent and completely pristine artifact for fans and you can get them. Most importantly, you’re part of a community with athletes and thousands of other people. Fans. ”
Fans will be socially and emotionally immersed in the future of athletes by participating in unique signs and product NFT drops, promotions and lotteries. Athletes are turning their attention to fans to act as decision makers, such as which song to use for the next entrance and what to wear on a cameo. And, and most importantly, fans are buying tokens (NFTs) that include VIP benefits for exclusive meet-and-greet events and personalized items. This is historic. Potential consumption is immeasurable in all aspects of the NFT experience. As this process continues to evolve, fans and their athletes make history together.
To join his journey, you can partner with Malcolm Rodriguez to support him here.. Rodriguez is currently available with a limited edition NFT.In addition, you can follow him Instagram When twitter, purchase MAGZ products, See his drop in Crossover Collectibles, And on 1/1/22, cheer for the Oklahoma State Cowboy at the Fiesta Bowl.