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Steph Curry Playoff NFTs are to be released by Under Armour

Steph Curry Playoff NFTs are to be released by Under Armour

Under Armour announced a new set of Steph Curry playoff non-fungible tokens that are going to be released this weekend. The form of basketball will be taken by the NBA NFTs. Curry makes three per “3-pointer”. And also with the basketballs, there will be a serum that makes NFT owners able to change the appearance of their NFTs.

Under Armour declared in a Tweet, “First you changed the game for GOOD, then you improve it. Every “3” Steph Curry is a chance to participate in a piece of history.”

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The Steph Curry NFTs are the first one, and to be first served, and quick-fingered NFT, after making a three-pointer, degens can reserve them To secure one, an NFT collector have to connect a MetaMask wallet and confirm the terms and conditions of the website.

You can claim The Curry NFTs for free, only users have to pay an Ethereum gas fee. Owners of the basketball NFTs can sell them again on secondary markets such as OpenSea

While Dapper Labs going on to make 2022 Playoff “moments.” The moments which have been desired, when a pack was sold before holders queue to buy. The selling shows an available change for the organization, which gained criticism from the public

NBA Playoff NFT pattern was followed by The Steph Curry NFT set, Very low price and not difficult to collect. Those who are interested in Steph Curry basketball NFT security can check the NF3 official website.

About Humano

He is a freelance writer based in Turkey. He loves NFTs, football, film and technology.

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