Various major sports are already deep in the NFT game, so it was only a matter of time before someone in the cricket world gave it a shot. That someone is the startup NFT platform Rario.
No surprises, either, that it’s an Indian company, given the country’s obsession with their generally outstanding national and domestic cricket teams. Cricket has a 2.5 billion-strong audience – most of which come from subcontinental regions.
India probably doesn’t quite beat New Zealand for the most satisfied national fan base right at the moment, though that’s not necessarily relevant to this story.
But India has just as good a chance to become world champs in crypto as they do in cricket, if their country’s regulators play…