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Adidas reveals the Originals NFT Collection with Punks Comics, Gmoney, Bored Apes – Blockchain – Crypto News

On Thursday, the German multinational Adidas announced the launch of the company’s first Adidas Originals NFT collection. The Adidas Originals NFT drop takes place in cooperation with the Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC), the cryptocurrency investor Gmoney and the comic series Punks Comics.

Adidas unveils ‘Into the Metaverse’ Originals NFT collection

Adidas continues its mission to get into the Metaverse and work with non-fungible token and blockchain technology. The shoe and sporting goods company jumped in first a partnership with Coinbase and said the Metaverse was “exciting” in the last week of November. Adidas also suggested working with the Metaverse game The Sandbox. In the first week of December, Adidas revealed a deal between the shoe and sportswear company and Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC), the cryptocurrency investor Gmoney, and the comic series Punks comic.

Adidas announced its partnership with Gmoney (top left), Bored Ape Yacht Club (bottom left) and Punks Comic (center right) in the first week of December.

The partnership has resulted in the first Adidas Originals NFT collection honoring the creators and providing access to virtual wearables for the blockchain-based gaming metavers The Sandbox. There will also be physical products such as a hoodie, tracksuit, and Gmoney’s orange hat. The Adidas Originals NFT collection will go on sale on December 17th and owners will get “exclusive access to Adidas Originals experiences and products”.

“As part of our quest to celebrate ideas that are defining a new age of originality, we’ve landed at the forefront of creativity, which is the open metaverse,” said Erika Wykes-Sneyd, vice president of marketing and communications for Adidas Originals. sent in a statement to News. “For Adidas Originals it is a natural place to enter: a wild world where the possibilities are really limitless and where everyone can express their most original ideas and be rewarded for their most original ideas,” added the Adidas manager .

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Adidas has also bought a Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) NFT called “Indigo Heart”. The BAYC NFT Indigo Heart is officially called Bored Ape Yacht Club # 8774 and Adidas have a small collection of NFTs, according to the NFT summary of the wallet.

“Prior to the launch, members confirmed by Adidas were given the opportunity to redeem a POAP (Proof of Attendance Protocol) NFT status badge to commemorate their presence at the start of the brand’s Metaverse journey,” said the NFT collection announcement Company.

“It’s so refreshing to see a culturally influential brand like Adidas Originals working so closely with the NFT community,” said Gmoney. “At every step they involved the right partners from the crypto, metaverse and NFT communities and listened to their thoughts at an early stage.”

The Adidas NFTs will be available through the web portal at 0.2 ETH per unit. According to Adidas, the virtual and physical wearables should be available in 2022. According to Scott Zalaznik, Chief Digital Officer at Adidas, blockchain technology is “one of the most innovative technologies of this generation”. Zalaznik continued:

The foundation we are building with Web3 will lead to new creative opportunities for partnerships, engagement through digital goods and a path to a more inclusive future.

What do you think of the Adidas Originals NFT collection with BAYC, Punks Comic and Gmoney? Let us know what you think on this matter in the comments below.

Adidas reveals the Originals NFT Collection with Punks Comics, Gmoney, Bored Apes – Blockchain – Crypto News, Crypto Trading News

Jamie Redman

Jamie Redman is the News Lead at News and a Florida-based financial tech journalist. Redman has been an active member of the cryptocurrency community since 2011. He has a passion for bitcoin, open source code and decentralized applications. As of September 2015, Redman has written more than 4,900 articles for News on the disruptive protocols emerging today.

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