For a limited number of “2974 collection and B-day cake NFT” holders, FTX is sponsoring a meet-and-greet event in San Francisco with Stephen Curry.
As part of his 34th birthday celebration, Stephen Curry, an eight-time NBA All-Star, dropped an NFT with a birthday cake theme to the owners of his 2974 NFT Collection.
Curry is a global brand ambassador for the FTX platform, which offers a selection of serially-numbered NFTs under the 2974 collection. Each NFT highlights a particular made 3-pointer and game date from over the course of his 12-year career.
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Twenty-eight 3-pointers were made by Stephen Curry in games on March 14th, his birthday, out of 2974 in the collection.
This year, FTX will sponsor an all-expenses paid trip to San Francisco for the owners of those precise shot moments NFTs, where they will have the opportunity to meet Steph Curry in person.
By May 1, 2022, the participant must have both the birthday cake NFT and one of the 28 birthday games NFTs in their FTX US wallet to be officially confirmed for the event.
Curry intends to give the Eat.Learn.Play. Foundation, which he and his wife Ayesha Curry co-founded, the full proceeds from the sale of each of the 2974 NFTs.
After selling out in less than 5 minutes at its launch on December 17, 2021, The 2,974 Collection raised more than $2.1M for the foundation.
Curry is not the only NBA player to express interest in the NFT industry. King LeBron James, the star player for the Los Angeles Lakers, recently made news when it was discovered that he had allegedly submitted four trademark applications relating to the NFT and the Metaverse.
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