It has been confirmed that WWE will release its debut NFT collection on the Moonsault platform. This collection is titled Hell in a Cell and will be released on June 5th after fans were rewarded with 10,000 free Moonsault Genesis NFTs on May 27th. The platform was announced back in March and they’re really stepping into the space now.
The Moonsault Platform
The Moonsault platform was announced by WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment) back in March. The platform is hosted on the Eluvio blockchain, which is eco-friendly. They welcomed many fans to the platform last week, rewarding the first 10,000 users who signed up and created a wallet of free Moonsault Genesis NFTs.
Now, on June 5th, WWE will release its first full collection, Hell in a Cell. Hell in a Cell will be a 10,000-piece collection of “NFT Flips,” with each NFT centered around a wrestler who will appear at the upcoming Hell in a Cell, also taking place on release day. A full map of the event’s fighters can be found here. The NFTs are sold for $30 per “case”.
About the WWE
The WWE or World Wrestling Entertainment is a sports and entertainment company and professional wrestling promotion. It was formerly known as WWF or World Wrestling Federation. The promotion was founded in 1953 by the McMahon family, who still run it today. It is currently owned by Vince McMahon and the international company employs around 850 people.
As with other professional wrestling promotions, WWE shows are not legitimate competitions, but rather entertainment-based performance theater featuring action-oriented, scripted and sometimes choreographed matches. However, matches often involve moves that can put performers at risk of injury or even death if not performed correctly.
The company has millions of dedicated fans worldwide who attend fights around the world.