The National Football League’s art is on display at a Cleveland NBA venue.


The Cleveland Cavaliers have purchased three basketball-themed NFTs, which will be exhibited on LED video boards at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse, the team’s home venue. The Cavs paid.25 ETH (about $530) for the digital art piece titled “Transcendence” shown above. All three NFTs were purchased with Ethereum from artists on the Foundation digital art auction site. In the future, the team intends to add more NFTs to its art collection. (Photo credit: Cleveland Cavaliers)

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