As revealed in the recent announcement, boxer Floyd Mayweather is going to release non-fungible tokens (NFTs) later this month. It has been revealed that the boxer has partnered with three non-fungible token companies, Zytara Labs, IronBend, and Reality Gaming Group for this initiative.
Ahead of the fight between boxer Floyd Mayweather and Logan Paul, the boxer who has now turned to a YouTuber on June 6, the NFTs will be dropped on May 26.
Apart from the financial giants in the crypto industry itself, several celebrities and personalities have issued non-fungible tokens.
The upcoming NFT by Mayweather will be featuring a limited-edition digital collection including his life and career, including the memorabilia, artwork, and animations from his personal safe.
Al Burgio, the Founder, and CEO of Zytara Labs revealed:
Mayweather addressed that though he may have left the world of boxing, his name will continue to live on, and said:
Well, as of now it is not clear on which blockchain network the NFTs are going to be based on and on which marketplace they will be sold.
However, it has been revealed that all those details will be disclosed before the sale is going to happen on May 26.
The latest efforts of Mayweather comes after two years following his settlement with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission over the promotions of Initial Coin Offerings.