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Wheel Cards are the world's first disability-represented collection of 10,000 wheelchair "Rollie" Digital Cards (NFT)— unique digital collectibles living on the Binance blockchain. Your Rollie acts as a life-time ticket to enter the stadium and enjoy wheelchair sports with fellow Rollie owners. The stadium will host various wheelchair games including but not limited to wheelchair racing games, basketball games, and many more in the future.
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NFT Time: 23 Aug 2021 - TBA
Dates: Start: 23 Aug 2021
End actual: 28 Aug 2021
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Initial Price : 1,998.60 USD
Lots to sell: 1
Lots sold: 1
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