• India’s first sports NFT done by cricketer Dinesh Karthik

  • Dinesh Karthik brings India’s first sports NFTs

    These NFTs are based on Dinesh Karthik’s last ball six epic wins.

    It is scheduled to be launched on October 12.

    With many Bollywood actors launching their own non-fakeable tokens (NFT), the NFT fever in India is all set to take off. In such a condition, the famous legendary cricketer Dinesh Karthik has now entered the NFT league as well.

    The last six-ball NFT

    Accordingly, Dinesh Karthik was ready for the NFT based on his epic last-wicket six against Bangladesh in 2018. This was during the Nidahas Trophy final. It was a historic moment for Dinesh Karthik as he was under immense pressure. The match came down to 1 ball for 5 runs to win the situation for India.

    With all the pressure on him, Dinesh Karthik scored a six off the last ball to give India the victory.

    Moreover, this NFT by Dinesh Karthik once launched will be the first sports based NFT in India.Moreover, the NFT will be an artwork and digitally rendered animation which includes the last ball bowled, Dinesh Karthik’s batting, and the celebration after the six hit.

    In addition, this NFT will include Dinesh Karthik’s heart, the pressure he faced and the emotions he felt while aiming for the last ball for a six. Moreover, the NFT will be available on October 12 and will be sold at an auction.

    Dinesh Karthik’s views

    Dinesh Karthik calls that particular moment one of the greatest moments of his life. In order to preserve its essence and with the thought of immortalizing it, Dinesh Karthik decided to make it an NFT.

    Moreover, the cricketer said that he wanted everyone to feel the emotion behind that last ball for six and his struggle. Moreover, he also said that he wanted to share it with all his fans and most importantly make the moment immortal.

    Moreover, Dinesh Karthik revealed that for this he has made good use of the recent pandemic lockout to come up with this NFT project. This term he apparently did a lot of research on and his brother-in-law, squash player Saurav Ghoshal helped him throughout the NFT journey.

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