Olympic gold medalist and US basketball legend Scottie Pippen has his own “customized” NFT.
Iconic basketball player Scottie Pippen, who won six NBA championships with the Chicago Bulls in the 1990s, demonstrated the first-ever custom-made NFT in his image.
Scottie Pippen Gets a Custom NFT at Arbitrum
Yesterday, November 10, 2022, Pippen took to Twitter to show a picture immortalized as a non-fungible token (NFT) created via the Smolverse platform.
Thanks to you I was able to create my first custom NFT for me @smolverse 🙏🏾
A few more great NFT projects to check out pic.twitter.com/KIf3xBoHFJ
— Scottie Pippen (@ScottiePippen) November 10, 2022
The NBA star added that he is ready to check out a new generation of promising NFT products. The token shows Mr. Pippen wearing his number 33 Chicago Bulls shirt. The Bulls retired his uniform number on December 8, 2005.
Powered by Treasure DAO, a decentralized NFT and metaverse platform, Smolverse leverages Arbitrum, the largest Ethereum Tier 2 scaling solution, to create pioneering NFT experiences.
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