New Delhi. The world’s first Augmented Reality Cricket NFT platform – CricFlix NFTs has a grand launch. In the first hour itself, a total of $ 1,85,00 (Rs 1.38 crore) was sold. Out of this alone, the replica of India’s first World Cup victory trophy (1983 World Cup Trophy Replica) was sold for $ 1,10,000 i.e. about Rs 82 lakh. Apart from this, the ball of the last Test match of Sri Lanka’s legendary off-spinner Muttiah Muralitharan, who took the highest wicket in Test, was also auctioned for lakhs of rupees.
A replica of the 1983 World Cup trophy was bought by a person named Ehsan Moravez. This trophy was made of silver and in addition to diamonds, many precious gems were also attached to it. At the same time, Dahm Arangala, the ball of Muralitharan’s last Test match, spent 40 thousand dollars (30 lakh rupees). Apart from this, T-shirts signed by the players of the Indian team that won the 1983 World Cup were also bought by paying a price of 5 thousand dollars.
At the same time, a bat from the West Indies team that won the World Cup in 2016 was also sold. This bat was signed by the players of the Caribbean team.
These items are historically important to cricket fans around the world and for those who bought them, it’s like sharing nostalgia. You can imagine the importance of a bat signed by India’s 1983 world-winning team or autographed photos of legendary players like Gary Sobers, Vivian Richards and Sunil Gavaskar to a fan.
Cricflix is a platform to digitally transform any artwork or things related to historical moments. After changing these things digitally, they are made exactly like real through virtual reality. This gives millions of NFT fans a chance to digitally collect memorable cricket matches. Actually, NFT is a kind of digital token. Which cannot be copied and cannot be changed like cryptocurrencies.