Mark Zuckerberg’s Little League Baseball Card to transform into an NFT


  • At the age of 8, Zuckerberg created his baseball card, which has now surfaced as an NFT.
  • The physical card is being sold in USD and its NFT in Ether.
  • The card is all set to be auctioned soon.

According to Meta’s announcement, Instagram has allowed sharing the NFTs as well as digital collectibles upon collecting the digital wallet. 

To promote the feature uniquely, Mark Zuckerberg is transforming his Little League baseball Card into a non-fungible token to sell it.

The physical card will be auctioned with its digital version saved on the blockchain. 

Due to the unpleasant phase Meta is going through now, Zuckerberg won’t see the funds generated from the sale.

The latest digital collectible feature functions via linking to a third-party crypto wallet followed by selecting the NFT that has to be posted. 

Additional details about the NFT will be given to the followers through an exclusive overlay.

The .980 batting average of 8-year-old Zuckerberg is quite impressive. 

Zuckerberg created the card in 1992 and then gave it to Allie Tarantino, his favorite camp counselor. Accepting the gift, Allie asked Mark for a signature on the card to which Mark agreed. 

After 30 years, the card has surfaced and is genuinely unique. Cosmic connect has announced its sale through a tweet.


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