Rafa Nadal announces his new business with the entrance to the world of NFTs

Rafa Nadal, , has confirmed through his social networks his entry into the world of NFTs (non-fungible tokens), in which he will join Autograph, the platform of the legendary NFL (National Football League) player Tom Brady.

“Thanks to the fans and everyone who has supported me. Now I want to bring you closer to my game and my world in a way that has never been done before… There are more things to do with Autograph,” wrote the grateful Spanish tennis player who did history last Sunday by winning his 21st Grand Slam.

In this way, Rafa Nadal will join other elite athletes who have also joined the NFT fever, such as Serena Williams, Usain Bolt, Tiger Woods, and Naomi Osaka. Without a doubt, an industry on the rise and that, according to Deloitte, will generate more than 2,000 million dollars, thus doubling its income compared to 2021.

Thanks to the fans and to those who have supported me.
Now I want to bring you all closer to my game and my world, in a way I’ve never done before…
There’s more things to make with ????

– Rafael Nadal (@RafaelNadal)

The digital world has coined the term NFT to describe the purchase and sale of ownership of unique digital items, which through the block chain or blockchain can track who owns them, in order to guarantee their exclusivity. Something like the title of possession of a work of art. In this case, autographs, limited edition video clips or player cards, currently the best-selling NFTs, could be offered.

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A potential gain of 4,000%

The Australian Open became, in addition to crowning Rafa Nadal as the best tennis player in history, the , where users have explored a virtual recreation of the grounds for the duration of the tournament, discovered the venue, completed challenges or viewed content tournament history. All this to bring the fan closer to living an immersive experience that is as close to the real world as possible.

In said tournament, some NFT buyers made significant profits after the victories of Rafa Nadal, in men, and Ashleigh Barty, in women. In the case of the Spanish tennis player, her winning point went from about 621 euros to 7,494 euros, which is equivalent to almost 4,168% above the minimum price. For its part, the winning point of the Australian tennis player exceeded 1,230% above the minimum price.

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