Tony Hawk’s Latest NFTs to Come With Signed Physical Skateboards
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Tony Hawk released his “Last Trick” non-fungible token collection via Autograph last December. Hawk will be auctioning his skateboards used during his previous tricks, and all of the NFTs will come with a signed skateboard signed by Hawk.
In December, Tony Hawk released his “Last Trick” NFT collection that included skateboards he used to make his skates. In addition, Tom Brady launched Autograph NFT to showcase the collection of digital collectibles “Last Trick.”
The NFT released the latest sale of the last trick skateboards, and Hawk explained that Garry DeBoer was randomly chosen to win his Frontside Cab board.
The Autograph company also tweeted about the event: “Congrats to Autograph collector Garry DeBoer. A piece of Tony Hawk history is now yours to cherish forever. The remaining boards Tony used to retire five signature moves will be auctioned starting.”
The NFT collection includes one skateboard signed by Hawk. Additionally, five skateboards are revealed in Tony Hawk’s latest Autograph collection, and the first one (Frontside Cab) will be delivered to DeBoer.
Autograph’s terms provide that the auction will be managed by Draftkings Marketplace. Additionally, after the Tony Hawk skateboard NFT auctions have concluded, Autograph will have to send the physical skateboards via USPS, FedEx, or UPS.
It is widely known that Hawk’s NFTs are popular on Autograph, including Wayne Gretsky, Derek Jeter, Tom Brady, and Simone Biles. The top Tony Hawk NFT collector on Autograph is a user named “@laukialovforeve” with a score of 188,640.