Their first collection on Binance NFT sold out, so they added a promotion with Ice Deer NFTs to another collection.
Russian Skater Sells Out NFTs
Russian figure skater Evgeni Plushenko sold out his first collection of Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) on Binance NFT. This is a good thing because the Winter Olympics are in Beijing. NKings and Plushenko worked together to make the collection in honour of Plushenko’s success on the ice.
At 11:00 AM on February 16, Binance went live with 10,000 mystery boxes filled with NFTs of different rarities. By the end of the day, all of the items in the store were sold out. Some of the prizes in the mystery boxes were tickets to Plushenko’s ice opera show and a chance to have a one-on-one video call with him. Boxes cost 25 BUSD each, and each address could only have 100 NFTs.
“Do you want to join my skating lesson or get the tickets to my show on ice “Union of Champions” in 2022?!” tweeted Plushenko. “Stay tuned for my first #NFT and grab those rewards! Thanks to @TheBinanceNFT and @NFKingsPro to bring me into the metaverse.”
In the history of skating, the Russian has made a big impact. Now, he’s turned his attention to the blockchain. Plushenko is one of the best skaters in history. He has won four Olympic medals, three World Championships, seven European Championships, and 10 Russian Championships.
Plushenko also said that he will make 10,000 Ice Deer NFTs with Andrew Miles, a friend of his. He says he will change his profile picture to an Ice Deer if his fans want him to.
Hi guys, to celebrate the Winter Olympics in Beijing, I'm ready to release 10,000 exclusive Ice Deer NFTs and choose one as my profile avatar.
Thank you all for your amazing supports, go check the surprises❤ bigger prizes will be coming soon @IceDeerpro @AndrewMiles_NFT pic.twitter.com/Pcy6JyeOlB
— Evgeni Plushenko (@EvgeniPlushenko) February 16, 2022
What is Binance NFT?
A marketplace, a platform for people to start games, and mystery NFT boxes are all part of Binance NFT, the exchange’s NFT arm. There have been more than $80 million in all-time trade volumes for the top 10 collections on the Binance platform, according to data from the company. They’ve sold more than 44,000 items on the market.
Disclaimer: These are the writer’s opinions and should not be considered investment advice. Readers should do their own research.