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FMEX Releases Bundesliga’s Borussia Dortmund NFT Collection ahead of FIFA World Cup in Qatar

FMEX, a Web3 Football Multiverse for clubs and players, is releasing an exclusive set of NFTs of top Borussia Dortmund stars less than ten days before the World Cup in Qatar.

The BVB NFT Collection

The announcement comes following FMEX’s partnership with the Bundesliga heavy hitters. Star players that form Borussia Dortmund include Thorgan Hazard, Marco Reus, Jude Bellingham, and Matts Hummels. These top players are critical for their respective national soccer teams, most of whom have qualified and will participate in the World Cup in the next few days.

The official launch and mint for the BVB NFT collection was on November 9. The decision to partner with Borussia Dortmund and launch these NFTs is part of FMEX’s grand plan to revolutionize the NFT sports market. FMEX has indicated that these NFTs will offer extensive utilities to holders, rewarding fans in several ways. Because there are many prizes to be won and fans to be rewarded, this initiative will also provide “warmth” in the current extended crypto market that has seen asset prices plunge from their all-time highs, heavily impacting asset valuation and activity.

Rarity and Rewards

The BVB NFT collection will have a series of mystery boxes divided into six rarity tiers: Common, Uncommon, Rare, Super Rare, Ultra Rare, and Secret Rare. 

Typical with NFTs, the rarer they are; the more valuable they will be. As the tier level increases, the “Secret Rare” NFTs will be rarest, most valuable, and with some of the most rewarding features. The BVB NFT collection was released on November 10, a day following the launch, and the official minting was on Wednesday, November 9. 

Already, FMEX has revealed that the NFT holders of the top 3 tiers, Super Rare, Ultra Rare, and Secret Rare, will access exclusive FMEX benefits, receiving BVB merchandise such as signed player jerseys. At the same time, they will get tickets to international matches, higher staking bonuses, and high-level in-game benefits. On the other hand, Common, Uncommon and Rare NFT holders will get priority WL seats for future launches and in-game benefits. They will also be free to stake their NFTs.

FMEX’s Airdrop, Receive Free NFTs and Exclusive Benefits

Most importantly for NFT holders, regardless of their assets’ value, FMEX guarantees users a 100 percent payback based on the NFT market price. 

To successfully execute this drive, FMEX plans to airdrop NFT holders their native tokens. These tokens are already listed at some of the cryptocurrency’s top CEXes, and are, therefore, liquid and can be swapped for other coins, tokens, or cash. 

By airdropping their native tokens to NFT holders, FMEX will directly reimburse holders with equal amounts of funds they used to purchase their NFTs pegged at the item’s floor price. In this arrangement, FMEX will be technically rewarding holders of the first three tiers of BVB NFT holders, that is, Common, UnCommon, and Rare, with free NFTs but with additional benefits.

FMEX Plans and Partnerships

The partnership with Borussia Dortmund is the beginning. In the days ahead, FMEX plans to release NFTs of Andres Iniesta, one of Barcelona FC’s greats, and Real Betis of Spain’s La Liga.

FMEX has already joined forces with OKX Web3 for its users to explore and transact in the FMEX ecosystem through the OKX wallet, and DeBox, a Web3 social platform leveraging decentralized identity (DID).

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