Last December, the renowned professional skateboarder Tony Hawk released his “Last Trick” non-fungible token (NFT) collection via the NFT marketplace Autograph. Next week, Hawk will be auctioning the skateboards he used during his last tricks, and each of the NFTs will come with the physical skateboards signed by Hawk.
Tony Hawk to Drop Another NFT Collection via Autograph
Tony Hawk has plans to launch another NFT collection tied to the skateboards he used in his “Last Trick” NFT collection launched in December. The “Last Trick” digital collectibles compilation was sold on the Autograph NFT marketplace, a platform launched by the seven-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady.
Hawk announced the latest NFT sale of the last trick skateboards on Saturday, and explained that an individual named Garry DeBoer was randomly chosen to win his Frontside Cab board.
Autograph tweeted about the event as well on Saturday and said: “Congrats to Autograph collector Garry DeBoer. A piece of Tony Hawk history is now yours to cherish forever. The remaining boards Tony used to retire five signature moves will be auctioned starting Tuesday of next week.”
The signed Finger Flip skateboard will be auctioned on Tuesday at 12 p.m. (ET) and the signed Gymnast Plant skateboard will be auctioned the same day. In addition to those two NFTs, the signed Magic Dance skateboard and signed Varial 540 skateboard will be sold on Tuesday as well.
The management of the auction, Autograph’s terms explain, will be administered by the Draftkings Marketplace. The terms also note that after the Tony Hawk skateboard NFT auctions complete, Autograph will be obligated to send the physical skateboards via the USPS, Fedex, or UPS.
Hawk’s NFTs are popular on the Autograph platform among other popular athletes such as Wayne Gretsky, Derek Jeter, Tom Brady, and Simone Biles. The top Tony Hawk NFT collector on Autograph is a user named “@laukialovforeve” with a score of 188,640.
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