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Sports Illustrated is about to drop some NFTs, with their first set focusing on football legends. Naturally, the first collection will be dropped after the “Big Game” — the Super Bowl — on Feb. 13. In a press release announcement, it was revealed that the popular sports magazine had teamed up with OneOf, the largest NFT platform for music, who are now expanding their efforts into the field of sports. “Thinking about the time I was on the cover of Sports Illustrated brings back many great memories for me,” said Jerry Rice in the press release announcement. “This NFT collection will allow me to connect with my fans in a unique way and it’s really exciting to watch how technology and innovation keep evolving. I’m glad to be a part of the Sports Illustrated and OneOf collaboration.” Each of the initial athletes’ drops will feature their career-defining Sports Illustrated cover as interpreted by Jonathan Winbush, an award-winning 3D animation artist and virtual reality pioneer that has...
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