Cards with signatures of American football stars are popular with collectors. More than $1.68 million was recently paid for the signed card of Super Bowl star Tom Brady
The buyer, who wished to remain anonymous, purchased the card for LTC. If you consider that at the time of purchase the coin was worth $260, about 6,462 LTC was paid.
According to representatives of Goldin Auctions, since they began to accept cryptocurrency, many lots pay for digital assets. However, not every time the buyer lays out such a huge sum. And this is the first time that more than a million has been paid for a collectible item in cryptocurrency.
Actually, it is not surprising. Collector's cards only get more expensive over time. So it's a great investment. No worse than cryptocurrency investments.
Naturally, this news was not ignored and people commented on it including the head of the Gemini crypto exchange. According to Tyler Winklevoss, this collection card is one of the rarest and most expensive.
The only card from the 2000 playoffs, sold for $2.25 million, is Tom Brady's card, bought at Lelands Auctions, is still one of the most expensive collectibles and a dream of all collectors.
By the way, the legendary football player plans to launch his NFT platform. It will be called Autograph. It will sell collectibles of sports, fashion themes, as well as from the sphere of pop culture and entertainment. It's going to be interesting!