Alice Lynx Alice Lynx 02.09.2021

Manchester City has announced a landmark second NFT drop

Manchester City, the English Premier League (EPL) team, has made an announcement about a landmark second NFT drop. The club looks like it is continuing to build its presence and collector community in the NFT universe. The launch of the Creation collection, produced by Alan Bolton, follows the success of its first drop with Jon Noorlander.

Fans will be able to participate in one of the most exciting and creative sports NFT collections to date in the upcoming collaboration. Created by Alan Bolton, The Football Academy, The Football Laboratory, as well as To The Blue Moon, the creation promises some fireworks. Combining into a triptych, the artworks depict the abstract process of creating a perfect footballer.

Fans will also get to witness a limited collectors’ draw as part of the drop. This will feature a fourth artwork that has been named The Football Artists. Each of the editions will carry every Manchester City members’ signature, from the 2021/22 squad.

Owners of artwork by Man City, as well as Alan Bolton, will be able to participate in the draw. Also, all the winners will get to receive one of the unique pieces. The collection is expected to drop on Tuesday 7 September on MakersPlace.

Asked for a comment, the Chief Strategy Officer at Man City Football Group, Don Dransfield, said that the club was pleased to follow up its first NFT drop with a brand new digital art collection. He said that the group’s advance on NFTs, as well as the progression of its strategy within the NFT sector, shows that they are committed to sustainable innovation.

Dransfield went on further to say that as the NFT world is moving to do quickly, they are very eager to work together with other talented creators. In fact, they are ready to collaborate with others to create original artwork for their fans and collectors alike.

Further commenting on the NFT drop, Dransfield said that Bolton’s signature style of combining the natural with the industry has managed to create an incredible collection of digital artwork. He said that this was “the perfect follow-up to our first drop with Jon Noorlander and showcases some of the most distinctive art-based NFTs which sports teams have been engaged with.”

What are NFTs?

Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are simply digital assets or unique collectibles. The blockchain is there to verify, guarantee, as well as secure the rarity, authenticity, ownership, and other properties of NFTs. What makes NFTs different from other digital content is that they are not there to temporarily provide a service to users on a licensing basis. Instead, users can actually own them.

Because of that, the holders of NFTs can own them and no other party or the developer of the NFT has any influence over it. That means if you hold an NFT, you can do whatever you want with it. This includes trading the NFT for other items, selling it on a marketplace, or HODLing it.