Nonfungible tokens, or NFTs, and digital assets are one of the ten major trends within the sports industry, according to the consultancy Price Waterhouse Coopers’, or PwC, Sports Outlook 2022 report for North America. From altering sports technology infrastructure to driving fan engagement, the report lists three main use cases for NFTs and their likelihood to shape the future of sports.
The first use case is collectible NFTs – assets used to sell collectible, authenticated and limited edition digital content. This refers to traditional memorabilia like trading cards of players or tickets stubs of historic matches that can be digitized, minted and traded on the blockchain. The report added that these collectibles could eventually be displayable and shared across metaverses.
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