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NBA Top Shot
March 15, 2022

Sport NFTs are iconic and a subtle flex for sports lovers. You can earn pictures and artwork of your favorite players or even moments captured in time. Depending on the rarity of these NFT collectibles, you could be investing in something that could increase exponentially in value, or passionate sports fans could just purchase the NFTs for keeps and to trade with other avid sports lovers.

Where can you purchase, trade, sell and browse sports NFTs? Here are the most trusted and best sport NFT marketplaces available right now.

NBA Topshot

When you see NBA, you know the NFTs on this platform are geared towards basketball. Powered by Dapper, you can fund your Dapper wallet with cash in order to purchase all your favorite NBA Topshot moments. These “moments” are clips of iconic game-time moments you can buy and keep forever.

The rarity of the NFTs is dictated by the serial number, the pack, and the player. NBA Topshot also has an open marketplace where you can list your NFTs for sale.

Pros

  • Officially licensed
  • Has challenges to complete
  • Has its own marketplace
  • Marketplace live feed

Cons

  • Requires a Dapper account

NFL All Day

Similar to NBA Topshot, NFL All Day is also powered by Dapper and is a platform to collect and trade NFL highlights. NFL All Day also has its own marketplace on the platform catering to your NFL NFTs.

Since it’s powered by Dapper, which is funded by real money from your account, you are not required to own cryptocurrency for transactions. The marketplace on NFL All Day is very clearly organized and you can filter through the results by adjusting the filter options on the right to find your favorite player, team, or tier among other things.

Pros

  • Has its own marketplace
  • Funded by Dapper
  • Easy transactions, deposits and withdrawals
  • Blog and educational resources

Cons

  • Requires a Dapper account

UFC Strike

Following in the footsteps of our first two options comes UFC Strike, which is a platform that offers UFC NFTs. It’s also powered by Dapper, which means you need a Dapper account. The format and the way it works takes after NBA Topshot and NFL All Day in the sense that UFC Strike also has its own marketplace for its unique NFTs.

UFC Strike is a little newer than NBA Topshot and the site doesn’t have as advanced features. However, it does have a filtering system to browse the NFTs and helpful educational resources like NFL All Day.

Pros

  • Officially licensed
  • Has a blog and support resources
  • The website is easy to navigate
  • Does not require cryptocurrency for transactions

Cons

  • Requires users to set up a Dapper account

Crypto.com

Founded in 2016, Crypto.com is actually one of the older platforms despite only having been in operation for 6 years. The site offers an app, an exchange, DeFi, a blockchain section, and Crypto.com even has its own metal Visa card – yes, it’s that legit.

Crypto.com offers many things, one of which is its own NFT marketplace. It is one of the larger marketplaces and unlike our previous suggestions, Crypto.com is not dedicated to the sports niche. In fact, the platform offers plenty of categories including but not limited to art, gaming, music, celebrities, and of course, sports.

Pros

  • Trusted platform
  • Offers many services
  • Large NFT marketplace with many categories
  • You can create and sell your own NFTs

Cons

  • Higher fees unless you use CRO (the native token of the Cronos blockchain ecosystem)

Sorare

Sorare is focused on football (or soccer, depending on what part of the world you are in). You can now collect, trade and connect with other football fans all over the world, bringing fantasy football into reality.

There are 228 licensed football clubs on Sorare, which also has its own marketplace to trade with other avid fans. Sorare’s sports collectibles are also available on other marketplaces such as Opensea.

Pros

  • Backed by footballers
  • Utility NFTs
  • On the Ethereum blockchain for global operation
  • Backed by prominent companies such as Ubisoft

Cons

  • Requires ETH for transactions

Conclusion

Sports lovers rejoice because now you can own a part of your favorite players in your favorite sport. From NBA fans, NFL lovers and UFC supporters, there are NFTs specific to these sports and marketplaces open where you can trade, buy and sell!

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