Tom Brady Launches New NFT Platform with Japanese Tennis Star Naomi Osaka


Tom Brady’s Raid Into Growing NFT space

Tampa Bay Buccaneers NFL Tom Brady and Japanese sensation Naomi Osaka have launched an NFT token platform.

The platform known as Autograph sheds light on the growing NFT market that registers million per day in trading volume.

The tokens, known as NFTs, are trailing Bitcoin and Ethereum yet not far behind other altcoins.

What is an NFT?

Non-Fungible means a unique item that one can’t copy. They can be digital items such as a video montage of a sports celebrity’s best moment. Or physical items like artwork.

After showing his initial interest in Crypto, Brady remains a pioneer to athletes joining the NFT market.

“Autograph” Board and Seed Idea

The Autograph platform is co-chaired by Brady and Richard Rosenblatt, an internet vendor.

The platform will sell digital sports memorabilia from various sports stars, including; Osaka, Brady, skateboarder Tony Hawk and hockey star Wayne Gretzky.

Osaka will sit on the advisory panel of the company.

This is not the first time Brady is venturing into the crypto world. Together with his wife, Gisele Bundchen, they have an equity stake in FTX trading limited. And the partnership will earn them crypto.

According to Brady, the Autograph establishes an avenue that gives fans and collectors an iconic moment in sports and entertainment through legit digital collectibles.

The NFT platform offers individually signed items, in addition to exclusive content and experiences. This is according to the official website,

Tom Brady’s NFT collection is featured in DraftKings Marketplace.