The next generation digital collectible company, Candy Digital revealed an NFT collection Candy Racing “digi-casts” in collaboration with Race Team Alliance.
The auction will start for the “digi-cast” NFT collection of 23 NASCAR Cup series cars on Feb 15 and close on the 6th day when the green flag will wave at the Race in Daytona.
NFT maniac can add this entire collection of 23 NFTs through a bundle purchase for the price of $500 in the first 500 minutes from 9 AM EST until 5:20 PM ET. After that, the minting cost for this NFT will be doubled.
Candy Racing digital casts will come with dynamic animation of the deconstructed team car and the unique Daytona paints for every vehicle.
The NFTs contain digital animations of the next-generation Chevrolet Camaro ZL1, Ford Mustang GT, and Toyota Camry TRD models.
Furthermore, there will also be an open edition for the NFT collectors which will have a minting price of $50 until Sunday.
“’Candy Racing’ marks our entry into the high-energy world of motorsports, and we’re thrilled to offer racing fans a new way to engage with the teams and drivers they love ahead of one of the most prestigious races of the year,” said Scott Lawin, CEO of Candy Digital. “We’re grateful to partner with the Race Team Alliance and their respective teams as we continue to create new digital experiences for both fans and collectors.”
“Collectibles are a part of the fabric of motorsports and we’re excited to partner with Candy Digital to bring best-in-class digital collectibles to market for our Cup Series race teams and drivers,” said Jonathan Marshall, executive director of the RTA. “This is our first of many upcoming product launches and commemorates the stars of our sport, the launch of the Next Gen car and the start of the 2022 season.”
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