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International Olympic Committee Announces Official NFT Pins

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Thu, 06/03/2021 - 14:10
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The International Olympic Committee has partnered with San Francisco-based gaming company nWay to launch a series of non-fungible token (NFT) pins.

The recently unveiled set of pins is part of the Olympic Heritage Collection, which spans a whopping 125 years. For instance, the pin below is devoted to the 1972 Munich Olympic Games, which are known for debuting an official mascot.

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The NFT pins can be purchase starting from June 17 through the nWayPlay platform.

nWay will also launch an Olympic-themed video game later in 2021.

The much-awaited opening ceremony of the Tokyo Games is slated to take place on July 23 after being postponed last year due to the pandemic.

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