The NFT featured LeBron James’ reverse windmill dunk that he threw down less than a month after Kobe Bryant was killed in a helicopter crash.
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A non-fungible token (NFT) of a video clip of LeBron James dunking recently sold for more than $200,000 on NBA Top Shot, a website that allows users to buy and sell NBA video clips.
Blog > News > NBA Top Shot’s Slam Dunk Success Rewrites NFT Playbook There’s a new game in town that is driving fans, players and speculative investors mad. The respected newspaper the Wall Street Journal recently ran a big story about the NBA and the latest millions of dollars it was generating.
A video of NBA star LeBron James dunking a basketball recently sold for $200,000 as an NFT. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is currently selling his first tweet from 2006, which reads “just setting up my twttr,” as an NFT, and bids are currently around $2.5 million.
The first thing he did on the platform was buy a LeBron James dunk from February 6th, 2020, for $35. “This is the LeBron James Kobe tribute dunk, shortly after Kobe Bryant passed away,” he says.
The NBA may issue game tickets as NFTs and companies like Nike and UnderArmour may issue sneakers as NFTs in the future. Here are four places that you can get into the NFT market right now. Top Shot- If you are interested in buying NBA NFTs and don’t know where to begin, NBA TopShot is your starting point.
On Top Shot, users can purchase digital packs that contain NFTs called “moments” — short video clips of NBA highlights, like a memorable dunk or steal. Like physical trading cards, some moments are common (1k+ copies) and some are extremely rare (1 of 1).
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The biggest transaction to date was on Feb. 22, when a user paid $208,000 for a video of a LeBron James slam dunk. One major NFT enthusiast, who goes by the pseudonym “Pranksy” told Reuters he ...