Buyers who participated in the Christmas 2019 edition of FC Bayern Munich licensed Player Cards non-fungible tokens (NFT) that featured nothing less than 24 team members of the great football club, are now trading their assets on OpenSea, with most of them earning multiple gain in Ethereum.
This comes almost two weeks after the edition was perfected, in which the sales fetched Stryking nothing less than 240.9649 ETH.
During this time, the bundles that included the full FC Bayern Munich team went for 133 ETH. At the moment, those who acquired the products are attracting diverse activities from third-party platforms.
According to a post by Stryking, a pseudonymous digital collectible buyer, by the name Rome, bought Robert Lewandowski 2019/20 card at 3.8 ETH and sold it for 10 ETH.
As well, Niko acquired a bundle of Manuel Neuer, Christian Früchtl, Niklas Süle, and Jérôme Boateng Player Cards Christmas 2019 Edition at 27.69 ETH. He sold just the Manuel Neuer card for 25 ETH.
Also, another buyer by the name siti_za, acquired the bundle of Thomas Müller, Lars Lukas Mai, Benjamin Pavard, and Javi Martínez Player Cards at 31.158 ETH, surprisingly, he sold just the Thomas Müller card for 25 ETH.
It is no doubt that the auctioning of digital collectibles is moving greatly, even on a third-party platform.
Stryking Sealed Deal with FC Bayern Munich
In October, FC Bayern Munich signed a partnership deal with Stryking. The partnership gives Stryking Entertainment the right to produce and distribute digital collectibles that are designed with FC Bayern players in mind.
Meanwhile, NewsLogical reported that Stryking, a part of Animoca Brands Corporation, saw over 6,276.36% increase in the Ethereum value of sales days after completing the Christmas Auction for FC Bayern Munich NFTs, data from OPenSea had shown.
Animoca Brand, the corporation behind Stryking, has many other subsidiaries which includes TicBits, Tribeflame, Benji Bananas, Fuel Powered, OliveX, Zeroth, Pixowl, Stryking, and Leade.rs. The corporation is in the process of completely acquiring Gamma Innovations and Quidd, the Animoca Brand Chairman, Yat Siu told NewsLogical during an interview.
Animoca, in late 2019, initiated the acquisition of San Francisco-based developer nWay. If perfected, the Animoca Brand will acquire the business for $7.69 million – $1.94 million in cash, and $5.75 million in shares, a report has said.