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Yuvraj Singh announces NFT collection on his 40th birthday

As the enthusiasm for non-fungible tokens reached new heights, former cricket player Yubradisin became the latest celebrity to join the NFT (Non-Fungible Token) bandwagon. And what’s a better way to announce it than your birthday?

Former Indian all-rounder used Twitter to share big news with fans on today’s birthday. Yuvraj Singh said it will launch the Yuvraj Singh NFT collection in collaboration with Collection, the premium NFT digital collection marketplace.

“From ball 1 to the time I decided to cut the jersey, the fans were always with me. Thank you for cheering at the highs and empowering me at the lows. I’m proud to announce on my birthday. A special gift for the u-Yuvraj Singh NFT collection in partnership with @colexionNFT, “Yuvraj tweeted.

The Yuvraj Singh NFT collection will be officially released on December 25th. In the promotional video, you can see Yuvraj saying that the NFT is “current.” “So I decided to give my fans a big present. I’m going to make a big NFT collection for them,” he said.

In October, former Indian cricket player Sunil Gavaskar joined the non-fungible token (NFT) band wagon to gather his groundbreaking moments as a cricket player.

For some of these, Gavaskull was the first player to record 10,000 runs when he recorded 774 runs in a single test series and held the highest number (34) of test records over the years. included. This collection was designed and curated by London-based NFT specialist nftie.

Recently, many cricket players have come up with the NFT collection.

What is an NFT?

Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are cryptographic tokens that have unique values ​​and characteristics. These properties set NFT apart from other collections. This is similar to buying a unique work of art or collectible antiques. NFTs have unique characteristics that create value as tokens or digital assets.

Read again: A Guide to Non-Fungible Tokens: What are NFTs and How They Work

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