The official NFT for cricket has been launched, and fans will be able to collect moments from the 2015 and 2019 World Cups

NFT has now expanded into cricket. NFT ICC Crictos has been released by FanCraze Cricket. This allows fans to keep the NFT of a special moment in cricket with them.

NFT is becoming increasingly popular. The blockchain-powered NFT has now made its way into cricket. FanCraze has collaborated with the International Cricket Council on this project. These will be distributed to ICC Crictos.

Crictos will be a separate official and authentic digital collectible that will allow fans to participate in cricket in the metaverse. It will be released today at 5:30 p.m. in India.

FanCraze will release the Global Cricket NFT pack. It will include legendary and unforgettable moments from the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cups in 2015 and 2019. That is, fans can keep these memories.

Cricketers such as Rohit Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah, Andre Russell, Shikhar Dhawan, Jonty Rhodes, Muttiah Muralitharan, Ravichandran Ashwin, and Yuzvendra Chahal have also partnered with FanCraze.

According to the company, FanCraze, in collaboration with the ICC, will allow fans and users to collect, showcase, and trade specific cricket moments. This includes everything from the ICC U-19 World Cup to the ICC Twenty20, as well as the ODI World Cup and the ICC World Test Championships.

FanCraze has created a mainstream-friendly wallet where users will be able to purchase NFT. FanCraze NFT will be sold in packs, with each pack containing a set number of NFTs. The specifics can be found on FanCraze’s website.

The price of FanCraze was kept at $ 9, $ 49, and $ 249 in the first drop (from Rs 700 to Rs 18,500). FanCraze will launch the trading marketplace on its website on January 30, 2022.

Fans will gain this advantage by purchasing FanCraze NFT, which allows them to create an NFT collection of any particular match or series. They can also sell this NFT to other fans all over the world.

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