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Cricket Australia signs NFT licensing deals with Rario and BlockTrust

The non-fungible token range will include Ellyse Perry's double century against England in 2017. (Photo by Hannah Peters/Getty Images)

Cricket Australia and the Australian Cricketers’ Association are to release a range of digital collectibles after striking “multi-year” licensing agreements with non-fungible token companies Rario and BlockTrust.

The collectibles will feature some of the most memorable cricketing moments on Australian soil, Cricket Australia said. It added that revenues from the venture would be shared between current and former players.

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