Buffalo Bills’ Josh Allen Joins the World of NFTs
Non-Fungible Tokens. NFTs. They're all the rage lately in the world of cryptocurrency. Now, the Bills QB has joined the party, and jumped in with both feet.
So if you're like me, up until a few months ago, I had no clue what an NFT was. And to be honest, after reading up on it, I'm still not entirely sure that I completely grasp the concept.
Let's start with what an NFT is. By definition, a non-fungible token is a unique entity, that can't be replaced. Essentially, it is a one-of-a-kind...umm, thing. In comparison, a bitcoin is "fungible" in that if you traded it for another bitcoin, you'd have the exact same thing.
Following along so far?
Think of it like an extremely rare baseball card. Like the very hard-to-find Honus Wagner rookie card. That card would be non-fungible. If you traded it for a different card, you’d have something completely different.
Recently celebrities the likes of Paris Hilton, Snoop Dogg, Kings of Leon, Tony Hawk, Eminem, and others have jumped into the NFT Game. And now, the Buffalo Bills star QB has joined the party.
Allen has teamed up with Metabilla, an NFT company that bills itself as the new era of sports collecting. They offer athlete member NFTs, One4One™ Collectibles, and will be hosting a football exhibit of NFT shortly.
The Josh Allen NFTs are proving just to be just as popular as his NFL jersey, as the first series of them sold out almost immediately.
Next up will be the Josh Allen Green Series. The NFT sells for $100.00, and if you purchase one, you will be entitled to receive Green Event NFTs issued by Josh Allen, and will then be eligible to purchase additional NFTs in the future. You can get more info on the Josh Allen Green Series NFT by CLICKING HERE.