Rario, a platform for non-fungible tokens (NFTs) in cricket, has signed an agreement with Rishabh Pant, Delhi Capitals’ wicketkeeper. An organization that deals in digital collectibles based on cricket NFTs is the company.
Rario and Pant share an exclusive partnership, Pant stated.
NFTs from cricketers and international leagues may be traded and purchased on the licensed cricket digital collection platform. A cryptocurrency or digital intangible item is usually a crypto-asset or an in-game item, video or image. A digital collection featuring Pant’s iconic moments will be created, which will encompass both his on- and off-field achievements.
In a statement, Pant said, “The past year of my career has given me some very special moments, be it the century against England in Ahmedabad or leading Delhi Capitals to the IPL playoffs. My innings in The Brisbane Cricket Ground, Gabba is also something I will never forget. My fans and I can preserve these moments in a modern way.”
The wicketkeeper-batsman scored an unbeaten 89 in an unbeaten innings that helped his team win the series against Australia.
Ankit Wadhwa, co-founder of Rario, commented on the deal, stating that Pant’s NFTs will allow cricket fanatics to celebrate him, as well as interact directly with one another through trading cards that are issued by the platform.
Kingsway Capital and Presight Capital are among the investors in the company.
The first half of 2021 saw just under $2.5 billion in volumes of NFTs traded on the global market, according to DappRadar, which tracks sales across multiple blockchains.