LONDON–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) –Cricket Foundation, The Singapore-based blockchain-based platform built by the cricket community was established in April 2021.
Its ecosystem partners range from players, clubs, associations, game developers, etc. Its more than 50,000 users are supplemented by more than 60,000 subscribers on social networks. Last week, Cricket Token (CRIC) was successfully listed on Indian and international crypto exchanges with a market cap of US $ 200 million +. CRIC is the transaction support for all applications built on the Cricket Blockchain platform and is essential to maintain its security and integrity, in addition to being used for its governance.
CricketCrazy.io, launched by the Cricket Foundation, comes online today with over 50 unique moments in day-1 cricket history valued at over $ 200,000. The platform will add 5 NFTs of iconic moments daily, among the more than 20,000 and growing number of cricket multimedia assets in the library provided by its partners.
He is gamify the entire experience with over 50 million CRICs in the reward pools for various planned contests. The first “Beginner’s Luck” is online today.
Cricket Foundation is extremely pleased to welcome today Bitbns, Coingape, Wildfire Sports, Digvijay Sinh Kathiawada, Dermott Reeve and Pradeep Mandhani, some of the distinguished partners who have been added to the already starred list of founding partners including VVS Laxman, Wasim Akram , Parthiv Patel, Michael Vaughan, Lance Klusener, Shaun Tait, Saqlain Mushtaq, RP Singh, Piyush Chawla, Deep Dasgupta, Veda Krishnamurthy, Pragyan Ojha, Imad Wasim, Rikki Clarke, Boria Majumdar, Marron Media and 10PL among many others.
The launch of the platform was announced by the co-founders, including cricketer Parthiv Patel and Atul Srivastava, who attended.
Pruthvi Rao, co-founder-Cricket Foundation, said, “The Cricket Foundation is Layer 1 technology, which means it can host multiple applications that build on it. NFTs are one such application that, for the first time in history, enables fans and collectors to collect digital media.
Matthew Thacker, director of Wildfire Sports, UK and co-founder of the Cricket Foundation, added: “From the earliest days of asking Don Bradman for his autograph, to auctions for legendary players’ shirts, caps, sticks or balls representing their greatest moments, the collection has always been extremely popular in cricket and the introduction of the digital world to it is a natural step.