Amino’s GRAILS collection will launch on Binance NFT marketplace on October 18
Wellness Web3 project Amino has announced the launch of its one-of-a-kind NFT collection to celebrate one of the greatest basketball players of our time – Klay Thompson. The collection will be available on Binance NFT on October 18 and is the first one in the series of more than 30 (!) NFT drops that Amino refers to as GRAILS. All drops will celebrate outstanding careers of greatest modern athletes, the company said in an announcement.
The collection will feature artwork commemorating Klay Thompson’s 2015, 2017, 2018 and 2022 championships with the Golden State Warriors, the reigning NBA champions.
Commenting on the unprecedented collection launch, Amino’s CEO Andrew Shore said that Binance NFT marketplace is the perfect platform for it. Binance NFT has promptly retweeted the announcement, following the official release of the news. “Excited for this,” the tweet said. “We are thrilled to be kicking off our partnership with Klay’s NFT collection and give fans the opportunity to be part of his most iconic career moments,” said Shore.
Amino’s announcement also said that 10,000 NFT Mystery Boxes will be available for sale exclusively on the Binance NFT marketplace, priced at $50 each. They will feature Klay Thompson’s memorabilia – autographed jerseys, basketballs and photos.
Andrew Shore also invited fans to keep track of the latest news about the upcoming drop on Twitter by following @aminorewards and @thebinanceNFT.
Amino is a Web3 sports, health and fitness rewards network that allows users to earn crypto and redeem it for great items and experiences. The project has just announced its “Pegasus V1 closed beta” on Android; iOS beta to follow. Among other things, Amino incentivizes users to exercise and stay fit by promising to give away 20 tokens to users who make 10,000 steps per day.
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