Jay Z, otherwise known as Shawn Corey Carter, is an American rapper and songwriter who has shown his business acumen over the years as a record executive and media proprietor. He recently took a giant stride towards venturing into the world of digital assets and now owns a Crypt2 Team NFT estimated to be worth $250,000 following an initiative by Zloadr to gift and airdrop Crypt2 team NFTs to a select few individuals and charities.
The world of digital assets has practically blown in recent times, and the emergence and increasing acceptance of non-fungible tokens, otherwise known as NFTs, have continued to drive the market. In a related development, several developers and platforms have created solutions to meet stakeholders’ growing and diverse needs – buyers and sellers. However, the team at Zloadr has been able to chart a new course with the creation of Crypt2 team assets.
Zloadr made history by creating Crypt2 team assets, the first-of-its-kind NFTs that reward owners with the same benefits of owning a UK Premiership League team. The platform has effectively bridged the gap between eSports and the blockchain industry.
One of the unique features of Zloadr’s Crypt2 is the API that provides data feeds and API solutions designed to deliver real-time betting odds, scores, and results. Zloadr also offers Crypt2 NFT teams to compete in the unique Crypto Premiership tournament that is scheduled to commence on January 22nd, 2022.
Each Crypt2 NFT team costs $250,000 to own outright, with interested buyers also having the option to purchase a percentage of a team at $500, where only 500 buyers can get in a team purchase. The legendary rapper, Jay Z, currently owns the rare Crypt2 NFT eSport team, which was airdropped to his Ethereum wallet (0x3b417faee9d2ff636701100891dc2755b5321cc3) that also holds his other NFT asset collection.
The Crypt2 NFT team collection is unique and exclusive as only 20 teams exist in a league, making them rare and sought-after. Team owners also share a designated match fee compensation of $5000 in crypto, which is awarded to each club for competing against one another.