Binance NFT, the NFT marketplace of Binance, the world’s leading blockchain ecosystem and cryptocurrency exchange, is launching a unique collection in collaboration with Toni Kroos, one of the best German soccer players in history currently playing as a midfielder for Real Madrid.
With the support of NFKings, a leading NFT and Metaverse player, this collection will be released as 6500 mystery boxes, each containing a hidden art piece made by Ahmed Abokor. The NFTs are based on Kroos’ career and his history as a soccer player, highlighting unique plays and moments. There will be 4 classes of rarity, going from SSR (Super Super Rare), SR (Super Rare), R (Rare) and N (Normal). Each mystery box will grant a chance to obtain any of the four categories, though the chances of receiving rare NFTs will of course be lower.
The NFT holders will have a chance to receive unique perks and rewards from Toni Kroos, including signed jerseys and memorabilia, as well as an opportunity to have a video call with Kroos. A significant portion of the revenue from the sale will be donated to the Toni Kroos Foundation, which focuses on helping sickly children and their families, and to the UN Refugee Agency, which is a global organization dedicated to saving lives and protecting the rights of refugees from war, political repression and natural disasters.
The release of the NFTs aims to offer new ways for the player to interact with his loyal fans, all while contributing to the charitable cause Kroos cares deeply about. Binance-based NFTs are environmentally friendly thanks to the usage of Proof of Stake, and are available to a large swath of regular crypto fans, which makes the platform an ideal choice for the player.
“I am extremely thankful to Binance, NFKings and some amazing artists: Ahmed & Josha for bringing these NFTs to life,” said Kroos. “It’s an entirely new way of interacting with your fans, almost like player cards in the digital age. For me it’s all about making my fans happy while supporting children suffering from debilitating sickness who are helped by the Foundation.”