The primary sales of the NFL star Rob Gronkowski’s Non-Fungible Token have driven over $1.8 million to the OpenSea NFT Market.
The NFT collection is a series for Rob Gronkowski, which includes five different digital tokenized cards that depict different shots from a series of the player’s in-game actions during the games that won the championships for him. The series contains five different unique collectibles, and it includes four NFTs and a rare kind of token.
One of the terms of the auction as cited is that any of the bids made 10 minutes ago will automatically cause a 10 minutes extension to each of the next auctions. The bid of the rare non-fungible token started at about $110, and bidders pushed it very quickly over a six-figure price. In the closing stages of the auction, the price was pushed from about $150,000 to over $400,000 by the bids in just two hours of the auction. But later, the token was bought for $430,000 (about 229 ETH) by Bidder “9DD7B7”.
At the same time, the buyer was busy all through the auction looking to procure 160 out of Rob Gronkowski’s Non-Fungible tokens, which include the top-5 tokens by the clearing price. The price of the five collectibles combined is about $650,000.
Right after the auction, Rob Gronkowski’s non-fungible tokens are already being retailed in the secondary market of the OpenSea NFT Market. The “GRONK Championship LI” was sold for about 14.2 ETH ($26,000), and the “GRONK Championship LV” goes for about 7.77 ETH ($14,000)
Little History of Rob Gronkowski
Rob Gronkowski’s career in professional football started in 2010. And right after enjoying a wonderful spell with the New England Patriots that won him three Superbowls, he moved in 2020 to play with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, where he won his 4th championship medal.
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