Boxing legend, Mike Tyson—popularly known as “the baddest man on the planet”— has collaborated with Binance to release a Mystery box NFT collection on the marketplace.
What We Know About Mike Tyson’s NFT Collection
The former boxer has been a long-time public blockchain enthusiast; a quick look at his Twitter page will tell you that he is very much into the industry as several of the things he shared recently are about NFTs, Metaverse, and Web 3.0. This is not his first time partnering up to launch an NFT collection.
Mike Tyson is just one of the many celebrities that grind hard for NFTs. Several others like rapper Snoop Dogg and singer Liam Payne have been public enthusiasts of the non-fungible token (NFT).
According to Binance, five NFT designs in five distinct rarity categories are included in the mystery boxes. They’re Bronze (N), Silver (R), Gold (SR), Platinum (SSR), and Diamond (D) (SSR). Users may be eligible for additional Mike Tyson merchandise if they collect enough NFTs.
A user can purchase a maximum of 50 mystery boxes valued at 44 BUSD ($44) each. Those who buy the Mystery Box will be getting three free Mike Tyson NFT airdrops before the year ends. Henric Aryee, a globally recognized crypto-native artist, designed this unique piece.
Moreover, fans who buy at least one NFT from the collection will be the first to learn about any impending Mike Tyson NFT and metaverse product launches. They’ll also have exclusive access to special offers.