Yuvraj Singh, former Indian Cricket player, just announced that on his 40th birthday, he will be surprising his fans with an NFT collection. He is the 2011 World Cup winning cricketer who scored a whooping six-sixes in an over in the 2007 T20 World Cup.
“Being there from ball 1 to the time I decided to hang up my jersey, the fans have always been with me. Thank you for cheering in my highs and giving strength in my lows. On my birthday, I’m proud to announce a special gift for you,” – Singh Tweeted
Being there from ball 1 to the time I decided to hang up my jersey, the fans have always been with me.Thank u for cheering in my highs & giving strength in my lows.On my b’day I’m proud to announce a special gift for u-Yuvraj Singh NFT Collection in partnership with @colexionNFT pic.twitter.com/EpCaAkyKnS— Yuvraj Singh (@YUVSTRONG12) December 12, 2021
Yuvjraj Singh has collaborated with Colexion NFT platform which is one of Asia’s largest NFT marketplace where people can buy exclusive NFT’s from the top celebrities. He will be dropping his NFT collection on Christmas, which is the 25th of December.
Many celebrities of India have actually used the idea and concept of NFT’s to launch their digital memorabilia to which their fans hugely appreciate. Including the Bollywood stars, Amitabh Bachchan, Manish Malhotra, Rishabh Pant, Dinesh Karthik, Sunny Leone, Salman Khan and so many more.
NFT’s stand for Non-Fungible Tokens are Digital Crypto Tokens that are linked to a Digital Asset through the blockchain. NFT’s provide users with a sort of digital certificate of ownership and a proof of purchase and ownership to users. They are indeed crypto tokens just like any other crypto tokens, but are non-fungible meaning, they cannot be duplicated, replaced or replicated.
Yuvraj Singh is one of the most loved Indian Cricketer in India. During his childhood, he was really fond of Tennis and Roller Skating, and he even won the National U-14 Roller Skating Championship, however, his father encouraged him to focus more on Cricket.
After he received his basic Cricket training in Punjab, he went to Mumbai for further advanced training at Elf-Vengsarkar Cricket Academy. He has been one of the most inspiratinal sports player in India and even in the world, and he shocked the world in 2007, when he hit six-sixes in a World cup match against England. He is also one of the first players to hit six-sixes in an over in Cricket.
He is so much loved by his fans that, he is now going to surprise them by dropping his NFT collection which will be released this December 25th on Christmas.