Stephen Curry Launches NFT Collection Called ‘2974’

Stephen Curry
Stephen Curry

With the tidings of his record-breaking game the previous week at MSG calming down somewhat, Stephen Curry has now launched an NFT collection. The star of the Golden State Warriors has brought out an NFT that would celebrate each of the 2,974 3-pointers he has made over his career.

The 2974 Collection was launched on Monday at 2974SC.com, and it heavily features a series of NFTs that are each numbered out of a total of 2,974- the exact number of three-pointers which was required to go above Ray Allen, who had made 2,973. Each of the NFTs has a price set at $499, with Curry planning on donating all the profits to the ‘Eat. Learn. Play’ foundation that he had established with Ayesha Curry back in 2019. 

Stephen Curry Has Developed His NFT

In a statement following the release of the NFT, Stephen Curry stated that he was truly grateful to be sharing this moment with all of his fans, the entire community in the Bay Area, and every single person who had supported him throughout his years playing basketball.

The artwork, fully custom-created, has digital moments which showcase moments through his entire sequence of 2,974 3-pointers that he has made throughout his career in the NBA, which then leads up to the record-setting win heave just five minutes into the match against the New York Knicks. 

The artwork on Stephen Curry was drawn by a recent graduate from college, Andrea McDonald, and has been designed by simply combining a repeat 2,74 print throughout in order to bring about a memorable image that comes through from every single 3-pointer. Each of the NFT also includes the location of the game, as well as the date along with the digital signature of Curry. 

This was all made possible after Stephen Curry announced a multi-year equity agreement with the cryptocurrency exchange FTX in September that sets him both as a shareholder and an ambassador.

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