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Sunday, June 20, 2021

Ultimate Disc League Unveils Collection of Tokens for ‘MoMintz’

The American Ultimate Disc League (AUDL) announced the public availability of its first collection of non-fungible tokens (NFTs).

Founded in 2012, the AUDL has amassed a digital library spanning hundreds of exciting games, and the new video-based NFTs represent some of the most iconic plays by legendary AUDL stars. The collectible “MoMintz” are available at www.audlmomintz.com.

NFTs are unique, digital collectibles with blockchain-managed ownership that can include digital art, virtual reality items, video production, and more. NFTs can be sold for a fixed price and can also be auctioned to the highest bidder. In addition, NFTs can be resold by collectors with their authenticity validated using blockchain technology.

The Flatballers Series 1 is the inaugural AUDL MoMintz collection. It consists of 25 MoMintz that celebrate some of the greatest AUDL plays ever captured on film. Each individual digital MoMintz in the collection has 20 exact copies that are serialized from one to 20, which means the first collection will have 500 total MoMintz for sale.

The AUDL MoMintz are available on OpenSea, a NFT marketplace, popular with digital collectors around the world. OpenSea confirms authenticity of ownership using blockchain technology that is based on Ethereum.

To make collecting easier through cryptocurrency, AUDL developed the website audlmomintz.com to help new buyers navigate the process. The AUDL has also created a MoMintz Buyers Guide that can be downloaded from the site.

In other AUDL news, it has announced a partnership with 91 Ultimate, an ultimate disc and merchandise company in India. The partnership means that fans in India will have the opportunity to purchase discs and apparel to represent their favorite AUDL team.

The partnership began at the launch last weekend of the 2021 AUDL season.

The league has 22 teams playing in the United States and Canada. Each team competes in a 12-game regular season schedule, with top teams entering a playoff round and divisional winners advancing to a final four style championship weekend.

For information or to watch full-length games online, go to  www.theaudl.com

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