David Beckham launches his own NFTs

After becoming the brand ambassador for the DigitalBits blockchain. David Beckham is the latest A-list celebrity to embrace non-fungible tokens (NFTs). DigitalBits is a platform that lets you create digital assets such as NFTs, tokens, and stablecoins using an open-source blockchain.
Beckham will issue a number of NFTs and blockchain assets exclusively for DigitalBit as part of the agreement.
Football icon David Beckham, former player of the English Premier League. In addition, he is releasing a range of NFTs in his capacity as a global ambassador for the DigitalBits blockchain. In a statement, he says his goal is to communicate the digital transformation power of DigitialBits blockchain to consumers, brands, and other organizations worldwide.

Beckham being an influential figure

Beckham’s fans across the globe will be able to connect with him through the partnership, which drives innovative practices and sustainability in the sector. Beckham could benefit from his experience and relationships with globally recognized brands such as Adidas, Maserati, Diaego, and EA.

In addition to having more than 138 million followers across various social media platforms and nine billion annual impressions. Beckham is the most followed and engaged person on social media in the UK.
“I knew that this was a major opportunity to create new experiences for my fans online. I have always taken pride in working with the best teams and I am so excited to work on my NFT collections and more innovations in the future,” said Beckham.

Celebrities like Paris Hilton and Eminem have also launched their own NFTs.

FC Liverpool partners with Sotheby’s

The Liverpool FC of the Premier League announced its debut NFT collection in collaboration with Sotheby’s in New York. Both series consist of 24 artwork NFTs, each highlighting one of the team’s players. For the “Legendary” collection, an auction will be held with the highest bidder winning, whereas the “Hero” collection will be offered for an affordable price of $75.

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