The KB24 NFT project revealed the official launch date of their NFT cart collection. It is inspired by Kobe Bryant. According to the press release, the launch date of the collection will be 8 October.
Nerlens Norel, Dwight Howard and Metta World Peace have all shown their support for the project. Dwight Howard from the Los Angeles Lakers, a center, commented on the developments.
“Im amazed at the rapid growth of the KB24 community in such a short time. This movement is very important in the art world and I am excited to get involved in NFT. Its exciting to support the Mamba & Mambacita Foundation!
Details of the NFT Collection.
All proceeds from the NFT sale will be donated to the Mamba and Mambacita Sports Foundation, which was established in memory of Kobe Bryant (and Gianna Bryant). The KB24 project is essentially a collection 10,000 NFTs that were algorithmically generated and are available on the blockchain. Each NFT in this collection has unique attributes that are broken down into eight categories.
Each NFT will have a value of 0.08ETH (or around $250) at its initial sale. The new NFTs will be worth the same as their NFT rate. Mambacita and Mambacita will be paid money through the first sales of the NFT project. The project could have made $2.5 million if all 10,000 NFTs were sold within the first day.
We are hoping to change the NFT space
Andy treys is one of the co-founders and leaders of the KB24 NFT Project. He stated that the project hopes to transform the NFT space.
“We want to transform the NFT space. The NFT community has so many opportunities to give back and make the world a better place. We arent doing this to make money or fame, but we are doing it because we want to continue Kobes legacy in the digital world.
NFT creators will also receive royalties for each sale, and each subsequent sale of the NFT. Royalties are also paid for future resales. A 10% fee will be collected for each sale of a KB24 NFT and it will be donated to the Mamba and Mambacita Foundation. The NFT project is expected generate more than $50 million in royalties, which will be donated towards the foundation.
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