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Personal Corner Reveals NFT Collection Starring Von Miller, Trevon Diggs

Maxx Crosby, Matthew Judon, and Hollywood Brown round out the NFT all-stars from Dez Bryant’s platform dedicated to helping athletes get the most out of their personal brands.

Personal Corner, former NFL star Dez Bryant’s venture providing solutions to assist athletes and influencers help bring their personal brands forward to the new digital age, dropped an NFT collection this week featuring some of football’s biggest stars.

Personal Corner’s Athlete Series 1 non-fungible token collection features:

  • Future Hall of Fame linebacker Von Miller of the NFC champion Los Angeles Rams
  • Dallas Cowboys All-Pro cornerback Trevon Diggs
  • Las Vegas Raiders Pro Bowl defensive end Maxx Crosby
  • Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Marquise “Hollywood” Brown
  • New England Patriots Pro Bowl linebacker Matthew Judon

The presale took place on Thursday, but the public sale launches Friday, Feb. 4 at 7 p.m. ET.

“The utility that can be provided via NFTs is limitless,” Bryant said. “We plan to create a new landscape of athlete-fan engagement.” 

Each player’s NFT collection will be available in four tiers — GOAT, Hall of Fame, Veteran, and Rookie — each of which will be differentiated by color scheme. Collections will each have a supply of just 3,000 NFTs, with an average price of about 0.12 ETH (roughly $300) on Chainlink Sports Data Feeds, which features dynamic non-fungible tokens that change based on an athlete’s real-time on field performance.

Fans will have the chance to win a signed replica jersey of the player whose NFT they purchase, with future utility coming to fans who obtain higher tier NFTs.

There will also be a special limited edition Commemorative tier, limited to 300, that includes motion graphic art and a signed replica jersey of the player whose NFT they buy. Mint price for this tier will be 0.25 ETH (about $650). One lucky fan of each player will win a special, exclusive item, including one of the 11 game balls Diggs intercepted during the 2021 season, a signed Miller football, signed Crosby cleats, and signed Brown gloves.

“My NFT collection will be a gateway to interact with me and have genuine connection,” Diggs said. “It’s a way to give back to my fans. ”

Bryant’s NFT brand Juggernauts, have been available at Personal Corner since September.

“I’m excited to partner with Personal Corner to bring my Series 1 NFTs to the fans,” Miller said. “NFTs have shown me great new communities to discover and I hope to bring that feeling to the fans – creating a unique connection and providing them with unique opportunities.”

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