- Rarity League is bringing the thrill of NFTs to the NFL and its supporters.
- Rarity League released its debut set in August of this year, featuring the Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals, two teams that are likely to compete in the 2022 Super Bowl.
- The Rarity League consists of one-of-a-kind 3D helmet NFTs that were created using generative art; they were inspired by fans and feature more than 500 different rarity features.
The future “NFL Rivals” release will include authorised generative 3D helmet artworks. The collection has more than 500 qualities. Collectors will have the option of selecting among team-specific backdrops and traits. It should be noted that each trait has a unique rarity score and is dependent on the characteristics of teams from the current collection.
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There will be a total of 22,656 non-fungible tokens (NFT) available in NFL Rivals, which will have 32 NFL clubs and 708 NFT each franchise. The price of one NFT is 0.14 ETH, or about $175 at the time of writing.
This is not the first significant NFL NFT collection. The public version of “NFL All Day,” which includes athletes like Derrick Henry, Tom Brady, Jalen Ramsey, and Trevor Lawrence, was made available by Dapper Labs in August of this year.