Rario – World’s first Officially Licensed Cricket Digital Collectibles Platform

Recently, Female Cricket and Rario stitched a partnership and have come together to take cricket fandom to an altogether different level. While Female Cricket is an established one-stop platform for all the women’s cricket news and updates, Rario, on the other hand, is the world’s first officially licensed cricket digital collectibles platform that enables cricket fans and enthusiasts to buy and sell NFTs (non-fungible tokens) of their favourite cricketers and international leagues.

Rario - World's first Officially Licensed Cricket Digital Collectibles Platform
Rario – World’s first Officially Licensed Cricket Digital Collectibles Platform


A partnership like this will not only help to take the game forward digitally but also offer interesting opportunities for cricket lovers to own some of the memorable moments of their favorite cricketers.

So, what does Rario do exactly? Rario is a unique marketplace where buyers and sellers come together and buy / sell and exchange cricket-related NFTs. An NFT is a unique and non-interchangeable unit of data, including reproducible digital files such as photos, videos, and audio stored in a digital ledger. These NFTs include and are not restricted to the iconic moments of the cricketers on and off the field. A cricket-related NFT is not only a good investment avenue but also a source of prestige and pride for the owner since he/she can actually own the precious moments of their favourite cricketers. These NFTs are based on blockchain technology and provide fans a chance to claim ownership over their favorite cricketing moments in a tangible and verifiable way.

Just like we had the trump cards back in our childhood, an NFT is something like that. On Rario’s platform, cricket fans can interact with each other and showcase their collection or trade their Rario cards.

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The company has already signed big guns like Faf du Plessis, Shakib-al-Hasan, Rishabh Pant, Smriti Mandhana, Shafali Verma, and the latest one being Virender Sehwag. Having such stars under its umbrella, Rario gets the exclusive opportunity to leverage the players’ finest cricketing moments in the form of NFTs. Apart from these players, Rario has also taken exclusive NFT rights for the Caribbean Premier League, T10, and Lanka Premier League. With the growing popularity of NFTs and of course cricket, there is no doubt that Rario will rope in more and more cricketers in the days to come.

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