Dennis Rodman’s NFTs Are Coming – And Yes, They’ll Have Colored Hair

One of the most well-known and controversial NBA players of all time is launching a collection of non-fungible tokens that will focus on something he’s known for: wild, ever-changing hair color.

What happened: Former NBA player and five-time NBA champion Denis Rodman launches a collection of NFTs called Rodman Barber Shop.

Each NFT will feature a different Rodman hairstyle, with many of the lookalike looks he showcased during his time in the NBA.

Rodman partnered with Jeff Hood and Sophie Watts of Metacurio for the launch.

“Rodman’s Barbershop is a unique way to celebrate personal style and creativity, which will always be part of Dennis Rodman’s legacy,” Hood said.

NFTs will be released on April 11 on OpenSea at a price of around $175. The collection will include a total of 5,000 to 7,000 NFTs.

More details will be shared before the mint in the official Discord and on social media.

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Why it matters: Rodman played in 911 NBA games averaging 7.3 points per game and 13.1 rebounds per game. Rodman led the league in rebounding for seven consecutive seasons and is considered one of the greatest rebounders of all time.

Rodman was part of two NBA championship teams with the Detroit Pistons and three championship teams with the Chicago Bulls. Rodman was one of several Bulls players featured in “The Last Dance” docuseries, which airs on ESPN, a unit of Walt Disney Co. SAY and on Netflix Inc. NFLX.

Rodman has been active in the NFT community and possesses project parts including Cryptomories, Swampverse, My Pet Hooligan and robots. (Listen to the artist Robotos Pablo Stanley on what Rodman owning a Robotos NFT meant to him.)

Rodman joins other athletes such as Shaquille O’Neal, who have been active in the NFT space and also launched their own collections.

Several current NBA players like Steph Curry, Josh Hart and Tyrese Haliburton are among the celebrity owners of Bored Ape Yacht Club NFT.