Candy sells officially licensed Digital Collectibles in the form of NFTs (scroll down below for more information on NFTs).
On October 26, 2021, Candy will launch its signature product: the MLB 2021 ICON NFTs. ICONs are sold in Packs, each of which contain 3 dynamic ICON NFTs. This collection offers MLB fans the opportunity to start building their collections with their favorite MLB stars. For more information on the ICONs, please view the ICONs FAQ.
Candy also sells “Play of the Day” NFTs. The Play of the Day is a limited edition Candy NFT collectible that features the best play out of all games that take place on a given day, as determined by MLB. For more information on the Play of the Day, please view the Play of the Day FAQ.
Candy recently completed the “MLB Stadium Series”. This collection featured NFTs for each of MLB's 30 teams. The NFTs featured images of every iconic MLB Stadium created by renowned digital artist S. Preston. For collectors that purchased and collected all 30 MLB stadiums a reward was given in the form of a NFT & S. Preston physical print of all 30 stadiums.
Previously, Candy released the first-ever World Series NFTs in partnership with the defending champion, Los Angeles Dodgers. This Project raised nearly $130,000 for the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation. The winner of the Single Edition World Series Championship Ring NFT also received a 2020 World Series Ring and a first-pitch opportunity at a Dodgers game.
Candy's first NFT was a 1 of 1 auction and 100 Limited Edition Lou Gehrig “Luckiest Man” NFT. The NFT featured a digital bust of the New York Yankees Hall of Famer with Gehrig's Luckiest Man speech playing in the background. The auction raised more than $70,000 for ALS charities.
Outside of Baseball, Candy has launched “Sweet Futures”, the first NFT Collection featuring top college athletes including D.J. Uiagalelei, Sam Howell, JT Daniels, and Desmond Ridder.