Topps Partners With Bundesliga To Release NFT Trading Cards

Recently, Non-fungible token (NFT) platform Topps announced its partnership with German football league Bundesliga to release an exclusive collection of NFT trading cards.
The NFT collection is the first for the Bundesliga, and will feature top players, rising stars and highlights from the 2020-2021 season. The NFT Collection by Topps, is powered by the Avalanche blockchain platform.
Topps unveiled that it has partnered with Ava Labs to develop, which is an easy-to-use application powered by Avalanche. According to Topps its website removes the need for special wallets or token apps and offers a centralized location to buy, sell and explore officially licensed Topps NFT collections. The site is quite similer to a traditional ecommerce applications, but with the power of blockchain infrastructure.
Tobin Lent from Topps, said, "We can’t wait to introduce this new collecting experience to Bundesliga fans around the world. Whether you support clubs like RB Leipzig, Borussia Dortmund, VfL Wolfsburg or Eintracht Frankfurt or a fan of a particular player, the Bundesliga community will have the opportunity to collect their favorite stars as well as their favorite moments from the 2020-21 season, all in one collection."
Collectors will be able to discover and exchange all types of NFT trading cards in this release. The NFT's including video highlight and animated motion effect cards, iconic Bundesliga card designs, facsimile signatures, and more. Standard and Premium Packs of the Bundesliga 2020-2021 Season Celebration NFT Collection will be available for buy through credit card on Tuesday, August 10th at 1pm ET. with card rarities ranging from Common to Legendary.
"We are proud to support our partner Topps in bringing the best of the Bundesliga 2020-2021 season to life as NFT digital trading cards for the first time, allowing fans to relive top plays and own NFTs with their favorite moments from a legendary season that saw Bayern Munich earn their fifth star." said Robert Klein, Bundesliga International CEO.
Well, Topps has pioneered digital collectibles via its mobile apps since 2012 and is among the first to fully embrace the potential of NFT digital collectibles. The firm continues to further innovate in the digital space through new releases, technologies and partnerships.