Bombay: The creators of Ranveer Singh’s World Cup cricket drama “83” boarded the NFT train. They are all set to drop the official Digital Collectibles (NFTs) from the film on December 23.
Minted on the Polygon blockchain ($ MATIC), ’83’ collectibles will include autographed physical cricket memorabilia, video scenes, animated digital avatars, and never-before-seen posters and images.
Speaking about exploring the NFT route, film director Kabir Khan said, “We are delighted to venture into this exciting arena of digital possibilities to provide Bollywood and cricket fans the opportunity to enjoy success. at the box office of the film in a way never before made. before.”
He added: “’83’ is a moment in Indian history that everyone relates to, making it a unique opportunity for collectors, and we are delighted to see the response.”
The film’s producers have teamed up with NFT Labs, Inc. and Social Swag, an influencer-run fan engagement platform, for the exclusive release of the film’s NFTs.
NFT Labs CEO Atharva Sabnis said: “1983 went down in history as the moment that changed Indian cricket forever. The story of that World Cup victory has been told and told through the generations, making this moment timeless. With NFTs, for the first time, people can own a piece of that moment and own a piece of history! “
Sabnis added that it was “a possibility that no one could have imagined before Web 3.0”.