About six decades after the introduction of player-specific ceramic sculptures, the Dodgers will play a major role in “Promoted as the first crypto in the game”.The digitized bobblehead will be held on September 21, during the LA Dodgers vs San Diego game.
In attendance, 40,000 fans will have the opportunity to download the digital bobblehead head of one of the 3 players, pitchers Clayton Kershaw and Kenley Janson and third baseman Justin Turner.
Each of the participating fans will receive a card with a personal code and they will get a set of guided directions on a webpage where a randomly chosen digital bobblehead token is unlocked and added to the participant’s ether wallet. The number of tokens related to each player is almost identical.
Lon Rosen, Dodgers Executive Vice President, and Chief Marketing Officer said:
“We are excited to give our first crypto, and to find a completely new market with our fans.”
He also adds:
“We hope this piques is in the interest of Dodger fans and will help launch a new age of collectibles and promotions.”
The giveaway by LA Dodgers is not the first crypto event in Baseball, in July, Bitcoinist reported on plans by the MLB and blockchain gaming company Lucid Sight develop MLB Crypto Baseball to sell digital baseball collectibles.
Although the original game was launched on August 31, MLB Crypto Baseball initially started selling the digital collection in mid-August, with The first batch of players brought $ 20 a piece, while some really famous players like Mookie Betts and Justin Turner were bringing $ 25,000.
The aim of the project is to provide fans with the fans who offer the sale and sale of memorable moments in recent incarnations and recent history of baseball. There are also potential awards such as promotions for participants who collect a full team roster.