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Gordie Howe NFTs Going Up For Auction

from Dave Stubbs of NHL.com,

Gordie Howe signed thousands of autographs during his lifetime, all with the same fluid stroke that made his perfectly legible signature one of the most iconic and cherished in hockey history.

More than five years after his death, we'll never know what "Mr. Hockey" would think of the latest Howe collectibles that are going to auction timed roughly to the 75th anniversary of his first NHL game, played for the Detroit Red Wings on Oct. 16, 1946.

For six days beginning Friday, nine original non-fungible tokens (NFTs) will be up for bidding on the digital collectibles platform Blockparty. All proceeds will go to the Howe Foundation, the charitable endeavor launched in 1994 by Howe and his late wife, Colleen, to benefit children in sports and women working in the business of sports.

NFTs are defined as unique digital and collectible assets representing a moment or an item that can be electronically bought, sold or traded through a decentralized marketplace.


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Man, that’s a real wild wild west market in NFTs.  Some products or items in the NFT markets are going for outrageous amounts because it is almost unregulated.  But I do hope it raises enough money for the Howe family to recover from the devious shitbag of an “agent” they once had.

Posted by SYF from impossible and oddly communally possessive sluts on 10/21/21 at 02:12 PM ET

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