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Micheal Jordan and Son Jeffrey released their initial NFTs

Micheal Jordan and Son Jeffrey released their initial NFTs

Michael Jordan and Son Jeffrey recently released their initial NFTs.
The NFTs are named 6 Rings and are inspired by Jordan’s different championship rings with the Chicago Bulls. It is also the initial NFT series to launch on their Solana platform, named HEIR.

The 6-rings series includes snarling bulls in black, gold, silver, red, and white for 2.3 SoL ($221) price on Magic Eden. Jordan’s well-known shirt number inspired the price of each NFT.

Each of the ring holders will be a “founding fan”. They can enter the platform, which connects fans to NBA legends and present players via “huddles”. They will also receive exclusive goods. Rarities will be available shortly because their rarity tools are still under development.

In December, Michael Jordan introduced HEIR, a personalized community web 3.0 platform. The fan engagement platform built for GenZ audience.

Via HEIR, fans can connect with their favorite famous athletes. They will also get rewards such as tokens, exclusive access, and benefits. Previous Nike brand executive, Jeron Smith, runs HEIR firm, with Jordan’s Son Jeffrey.

The list of famous athletes on the platform has not been announced yet. On Discord, HEIRs clarified that the platform would be responsive to all athletes from high school to professional levels.

However, if you are a sports fan and would like to support your favorite athletes, you can check out these sports NFT series.

About Nicolle

She is an Indian Freelance writer. She loves thinking, learning, and writing about all things Web3.

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