2019 Panini Blockchain National Treasures Cards - Week 8

2019 Panini Blockchain National Treasures Cards – Week 8

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2019 Panini Blockchain National Treasures brings licensed sports cards to the world of crypto-collectibles.

The multi-sport set combines the high-end National Treasures card brand with Panini's own private blockchain. The initial buyers receive both a digital and physical card that is each a one-of-one collectible.

2019 Panini Blockchain National Treasures Set Details

Exclusive to Panini's online store, 2019 Panini Blockchain National Treasures features 100 cards from some of the biggest names across multiple sports. It seems that all cards showcase a signature, many are signed on-card, and nearly all the cards contain a quality relic piece, as well. For the NBA players, the swatches are mostly logoman patches.

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How Panini Blockchain Works

As most collectors are aware, all of this is pretty standard for the NT brand. The difference for 2019 Panini Blockchain National Treasures is that each card comes in two forms. The physical version—listed as a gift with purchase—appears to be the same as any other National Treasures card except for the added Panini Blockchain logo. Collectors are mainly buying a digital version that is stored on the Panini Blockchain.

Per Panini, the main appeal of this format is that it offers collectors the "highest degree of legitimacy for the digital collectible they own and proof of ownership." Going further, "The blockchain can also serve as a digital ledger tracking ownership of a blockchain asset by creating a new chain every time there is a new transaction related to that asset. The unique public facing Blockchain identifier ensures your digital asset cannot be duplicated, faked, or disputed."

Essentially, the digital card promises full provenance and proof the card is yours. Plus, there is an automatic record for any transactions tied to the card via the "Listing History."

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It is important to note that these cards can only be purchased with US dollars and there is currently no way to remove the digital card from Panini's "private-closed" blockchain. For a fee, cards can be traded, auctioned or resold within the closed blockchain via "Public Auctions."

Panini also makes it a point to distance the concept from popular cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ether.

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Where to Buy Panini Blockchain

2019 Panini Blockchain National Treasures is only available directly from Panini. Starting January 6, each week brings 10 new cards that are all one-of-one editions. The cards are sold through a "Dutch Auction" format. In this case, each card starts at $100,000 and the price drops until every card is sold. The price decreases a small amount every five minutes and continues to dip in price for as many as four days until the card sells. In theory, the price can drop all the way to $0.01, but that won't happen.

The Kobe Bryant was the first to sell ($61K), greatly outpacing the rest of the Week 1 and Week 2 cards, which all went for under $5K.

Bucking the $100K starting point, the Zion Williamson card began at $250K in his Week 3 base offering.

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Although these online cards are the only option initially, Panini plans to offer blockchain cards in future physical sets for NBA, NFL and MLBPA.

2019 Panini Blockchain National Treasures Checklist

 

Base Autographs Set Checklist

100 cards. 10 cards released per week. Serial numbered 1/1. Final prices noted. 
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Week 1
Christian McCaffrey - Panthers ($1,306.13)
Coby White - Bulls ($1,959.19)
Damian Lillard - Trail Blazers ($1,959.19)
Gleyber Torres - Yankees ($1,551.03)
Honus Wagner - Pirates ($3,102.05)
Kobe Bryant - Lakers ($61,714.29)
Kyler Murray - Cardinals ($3,183.68)
Luis Suarez - Uruguay/FC Barcelona ($571.44)
Peyton Manning - Colts ($1,224.50)
Ja Morant/Rui Hachimura ($3,591.85)
Week 2
Charles Woodson - Packers ($653.07)
De'Andre Hunter - Hawks ($1,959.19)
Diego Maradona - Argentina/SSC Napoli ($979.60)
Jerry Rice - 49ers ($1,959.19)
Kevin Garnett - Timberwolves ($4,653.07)
Patrick Mahomes - Chiefs ($4,796.60)
Rui Hachimura - Wizards ($3,510.21)
Russell Wilson - Seahawks ($1,959.19)
Shohei Ohtani - Angels ($1,795.93)
Ja Morant/RJ Barrett ($3,918.38)
Week 3
Anthony Davis - Lakers ($9,061.23)
Barry Sanders - Lions ($2,775.52)
Carson Wentz - Eagles ($2,367.36)
Daniel Jones - Giants ($3,102.05)
Eloy Jimenez - White Sox ($897.97)
Mickey Mantle - Yankees ($3,102.05)
Neymar Jr - PSG ($897.97)
Paul George - Clippers ($2,612.25)
Zion Williamson - Pelicans ($60,816.33)
Bret Favre/Aaron Rodgers ($3,102.05)
Week 4
Aaron Judge - Yankees ($1,387.76)
Charles Barkley - Rockets ($734.70)
Charles Woodson - Raiders ($489.81)
Christian Pulisic - USA ($1,061.23)
Donovan Mitchell - Jazz ($5,469.40)
Emmitt Smith - Cowboys ($1,387.76)
Jimmy Butler - Heat ($734.70)
Tom Brady - Patriots ($7,673.48)
Trae Young - Hawks ($8,816.34)
Deshaun Watson/Patrick Mahomes ($3,591.85)
Week 5
Aaron Rodgers - Packers ($1,795.93)
Dan Marino - Dolphins ($1,632.66)
Ezekiel Elliott - Cowboys ($1,551.03)
Gianluigi Buffon - Juventus ($816.34)
Jarret Culver - Timberwolves (TBA)
John Wall - Wizards ($1,061.23)
Kaapo Kaako - Rangers ($653.07)
Ken Griffey Jr. - Mariners ($897.97)
Pete Alonso - Mets ($1,632.66)
Zion Williamson/RJ Barrett ($7,673.48)
Week 6
Andrew Luck - Colts ($653.07)
Deshaun Watson - Texans ($2,040.83)
Diego Maradona - Napoli (($734.70)
Ja Morant - Grizzlies ($36,000.01)
John Elway - Broncos ($2,367.36)
John Stockton - Jazz ($4,571.44)
Karl Anthony Towns - Timberwolves ($2,448.99)
Stephen Curry - Warriors ($43,918.37)
Vladimir Guerrero Jr - Blue Jays ($897.97)
Kyler Murray/Daniel Jones ($1,306.13)
Week 7
Brett Favre - Packers ($979.60)
Dirk Nowitzki - Mavericks ($6,938.78)
Kyrie Irving - Nets ($2,040.83)
Lamar Jackson - Ravens ($2,693.89)
Mariano Rivera - Yankees ($816.34)
Randy Moss - Vikings ($1,387.76)
RJ Barrett - Knicks ($2,857.15)
Robert Lewandowksi - Bayern ($897.97)
Russell Westbrook - Rockets ($2,204.09)
Yordan Alvarez - Astros ($2,857.15)
Week 8
Allen Iverson - 76ers
Baker Mayfield - Browns
Cal Ripken Jr - Orioles
Cam Reddish - Hawks
Dwayne Haskins - Redskins
Fernando Tatis Jr - Padres
Gareth Bale - Real Madrid
Jared Goff - Rams
Klay Thompson - Warriors
Zion Williamson/Ja Morant
Week 9
TBD
Week 10
TBD

 

Panini Blockchain National Treasures Top Sellers Checklist

$61,714.29 - Kobe Bryant
$60,816.33 - Zion Williamson
$43,918.37 - Stephen Curry
$36,000.01 - Ja Morant
$9,061.23 - Anthony Davis
$8,816.34 - Trae Young
$7,673.48 - Tom Brady
$7,673.48 - Zion Williamson/RJ Barrett
$6,938.78 - Dirk Nowitzki
$5,469.40 - Donovan Mitchell
$4,796.60 - Patrick Mahomes
$4,653.07 - Kevin Garnett
$4,571.44 - John Stockton
$3,918.38 - Ja Morant/RJ Barrett
$3,591.85 - Ja Morant/Rui Hachimura
$3,591.85 - Deshaun Watson/Patrick Mahomes
$3,510.21 - Rui Hachimura
$3,183.68 - Kyler Murray
$3,102.05 - Honus Wagner
$3,102.05 - Daniel Jones
$3,102.05 - Mickey Mantle
$3,102.05 - Bret Favre/Aaron Rodgers
$2,857.15 - RJ Barrett
$2,857.15 - Yordan Alvarez
$2,775.52 - Barry Sanders
$2,693.89 - Lamar Jackson
$2,612.25 - Paul George
$2,448.99 - Karl Anthony Towns
$2,367.36 - Carson Wentz
$2,367.36 - John Elway
$2,204.09 - Russell Westbrook
$2,040.83 - Deshaun Watson
$2,040.83 - Kyrie Irving
$1,959.19 - Coby White
$1,959.19 - Damian Lillard
$1,959.19 - De'Andre Hunter
$1,959.19 - Jerry Rice
$1,959.19 - Russell Wilson
$1,795.93 - Shohei Ohtani
$1,795.93 - Aaron Rodgers
$1,632.66 - Dan Marino
$1,632.66 - Pete Alonso
$1,551.03 - Gleyber Torres
$1,551.03 - Ezekiel Elliott
$1,387.76 - Aaron Judge
$1,387.76 - Emmitt Smith
$1,387.76 - Randy Moss
$1,306.13 - Christian McCaffrey
$1,306.13 - Kyler Murray/Daniel Jones
$1,224.50 - Peyton Manning
$1,061.23 - Christian Pulisic
$1,061.23 - John Wall
$979.60 - Diego Maradona
$979.60 - Brett Favre
$897.97 - Eloy Jimenez
$897.97 - Neymar Jr
$897.97 - Ken Griffey Jr.
$897.97 - Vladimir Guerrero Jr
$897.97 - Robert Lewandowksi
$816.34 - Gianluigi Buffon
$816.34 - Mariano Rivera
$734.70 - Charles Barkley
$734.70 - Jimmy Butler
$734.70 - Diego Maradona
$653.07 - Charles Woodson (Packers)
$653.07 - Kaapo Kaako
$653.07 - Andrew Luck
$571.44 - Luis Suarez
$489.81 - Charles Woodson (Raiders)
TBA - Jarret Culver

 

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Trey Treutel  |  E-Mail Author
Trey Treutel is an Ole Miss grad and a lifelong sports fanatic. He is a huge fan of the NBA and NFL, as well as soccer, college basketball and college football. As a kid, he collected football and basketball cards. In more recent years, he started collecting basketball cards again on a whim and has since expanded to other sports and entertainment options. Find Trey on Twitter at @datreute.

User Reviews

  1. Is this for real!?
    When is enough enough? Any body that buys this should be shot

  2. This product is just a gimmick.

    The entire purpose of a blockchain is to remove the need to trust a central entity, Panini may as well just be using an SQL database if they are keeping their blockchain private. I wouldn’t be surprised if this is what they are actually doing.

    They are in no way tied to the US dollar either. Once someone tries to sell a ‘blockchain’ card without the accompanying ‘free’ physical card you will see the value plummet. You can buy bitcoin with US dollars, that doesn’t make it tied to the dollar.

    Pure gimmick – I’m sure some will fall for it.

  3. I… don’t have the words. What an atrocious waste of money. Keep bulldozing the hobby towards oblivion, Panini, as long as your execs make money, you don’t care.

  4. Whats next??? Invisible cards….
    All you’re doing panini is keeping record of who bought 10 cards a week….

  5. Some are 1/1 sticker autos? Nonsense. Put more time into your products and make money that way instead of this ugly money grab.

  6. Atrocious use of money and employee’s time. Panini’s plan to use their blockchain essentially makes the technology behind it useless. Plus, thinking these cards would go for anything NEAR $100,000 (or $250000 in Zion’s case WTF) is insane. If there is a God we’ll have Topps football back someday soon.

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