Amino launches Klay Thompson NFT collection on Binance NFT
- Amino will drop the Klay Thompson NFT collection in October to celebrate his Golden State Warriors career.
- GRAILS, a series of over 30 NFT drops will celebrate top global athletes.
- The collection will be exclusively available on Binance NFT
Web3 health and fitness platform Amino has announced an upcoming NFT collection set to celebrate the Golden State Warriors star Klay Thompson’s incredible career.
Amino will debut the NFT collection on Binance NFT, the non-fungible tokens marketplace for all types of digital artwork and collectibles powered by the world’s largest crypto exchange and blockchain ecosystem Binance.
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GRAILS series on Binance NFT
The new collection, dubbed GRAILS, will feature Thompson’s artwork across four great years – championship wins in 2015, 2017, 2018 and 2022 with the reigning NBA champions.
GRAILS will consist of over 30 NFT collections designed to celebrate the incredible careers of some of the world’s leading athletes. Klay Thompson’s drop on Binance NFT will be the first in this series, Amino noted in a press release the platform shared with Invezz.
Andrew Shore, CEO of Amino commented:
“As a beloved NBA superstar, we are thrilled to be kicking off our partnership with Klay’s NFT collection and give fans the opportunity to be part of his most iconic career moments.”
Amino expects to have the NFT Mystery Boxes go on sale on 18 October, 2022. Exclusively available on the Binance NFT marketplace will be 10,000 of these Mystery Boxes, with each priced at $50.
The Rare NFTs within the drop will feature exclusive Klay Thompson memorabilia, with some of the limited-edition collectibles on offer being autographed jerseys, photographs and basketballs.
Apart from its Web3-focused health and fitness apps, Amino offers an ecosystem that offers access to NFTs of the world’s best athletes. The platform also looks to bring Metaverse gaming to its users.