NFT marketplace nWayPlay to sell Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics blind box
(Image source: nWayPlay)

Asian Tech Press (Feb 10) -- San Francisco-based NFT marketplace nWayPlay said on Wednesday that the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics blind box containing Bing Dwen Dwen pins will go on sale.

Bing Dwen Dwen, the official mascot of the 2022 Winter Olympics, has become one of the biggest stars of the Games, triggering a rush to buy a series of its peripheral products.

nWayPlay announced it will start sell officially licensed Olympic non-fungible token (NFT) pins via blind box at 1:00 a.m. BST on Saturday.

The total number of blind boxes will be 500, at $99 each, with a limit of five per person.

According to the official website, dubbed the Epic Box, the NFT blind box includes three officially licensed digital pins: one Epic version and two Rare models.

A box contains 15 kinds of the officially licensed mascot (ing Dwen Dwen) performing various winter sports such as skiing, skeleton and snowboarding, as well as two versions of the official emblem and one poster of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics.

It should be noted that the platform is currently unavailable for purchase by users in China.

nWayPlay is a decentralized trading platform built on the Flow chain and launched by blockchain gaming studio nWay Inc.

Founded in 2014 and based in Hong Kong, nWay's parent company Animoca Brands is the developer of chain games such as The Sandbox, a sandbox game for mobile phones and Microsoft Windows, and F1 Delta Time (F1DT), a blockchain game on Ethereum.

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