Portuguese football star Cristiano Ronaldo has announced the launch of his fourth collection…

Portuguese soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo has announced the launch of his fourth non-fungible token (NFT) collection in partnership with Binance.

The new collection, which will launch on May 29 on the Binance NFT marketplace, will celebrate the footballer’s history and include highlights from his career.

In a Binance blog post, Cristiano Ronaldo commented:

“My footballing journey has taken me around the world and I have had the honor of playing for some of the most prestigious clubs in the world. And now it’s your turn to join me on this journey too.

The number of NFTs in the new collection will only be announced at the launch of the series and no price has been mentioned yet. However, the post states that the price will be the same for each “Regular NFT” while the price of the “Super Rare Ultimate NFT” overall will vary.

Previous NFT events featuring Cristiano Ronaldo offer benefits outside of the digital world, including a premium experience where holders were invited to play soccer with the legend himself as part of a Binance promotion.

As Cointelegraph reported in November 2023, the soccer star was sued in a class-action lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Florida for his prior involvement in NFT block sales with Binance.

The plaintiffs alleged in the lawsuit that Ronaldo “promoted, assisted and/or actively participated in the offering and sale of unregistered securities in coordination with Binance” and that he should have known that Binance was engaged in such activities.

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The lawsuit against Cristiano Rinaldo stems from Binance’s previous legal troubles that resulted in its founder Changpeng “CZ” Zhao being convicted in the United States for facilitating fraud. He was sentenced in April 2024 to four months in prison for his role in an alleged money laundering operation.

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