Boxing legend Senator Manny Pacquiao has joined the non-fungible tokens (NFT) marketplace, the latest craze from the crypto world.
Pacquiao announced on Instagram the launch of his NFT collection, a digital artwork in memory of his beloved Jack Russell Terrier named “Pacman.” His cherished dog, adopted in 2014, passed away in 2020.
“I am excited to unveil the first NFT of my “Pacman the Jack Russell” collection.
#Pacmanthejackrusselseries,” Pacquiao wrote on Instagram, sharing a photo of the boxer NFT.
Pacquiao, the only boxer to win world titles in eight divisions, is among the famous personalities promoting NFTs and earning from collections of their digital art and other assets.
The retired boxer recently ran for president but lost to former Senator Ferdinand Marcos Jr. in the May elections. He ranked third in the presidential derby, getting over 3.6 million votes. He spent more than P129 million for his presidential campaign, including P62 million from his personal funds. He will end his six-year term as senator by the end of June.
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