eBay sponsored The Mint Collective trading card show founded by IGM & Collectable debuts at MGM Grand in Las Vegas this weekend, after being postponed in January.
There's plenty on the schedule for the weekend, including signature sessions, marketplace for buying, selling, and trading, and celebrity speakers and meet and greet opportunities.
MINT SIGNATURE SESSIONS
Learn from, and alongside, the most informed and influential advocates of the sports collectibles industry – and find out how to identify and realize its most exciting opportunities! Please note – panels are subject to change.
- Case Study: Becoming Cardboard Millionaires
- The Power Of: The Art of Cards
- The Bull Case: Why Sports Collectibles Are Legitimate Alternative Assets
- The Power of: Creating Authentic Content
- Data, The Hobby & The Future
- The Future of: NFTs & Digital Collecting
MINT COLLECTIBLES MARKETPLACE
The Marketplace will bring together the most passionate, informed and influential sports card & memorabilia dealers, brands and collectors for the ultimate buying, selling and trading experience on the floor of the MGM Grand.
Discover interactive experiences, network with top collectors and athletes and meet the influencers seeking to shape the future of this industry.
You’ll also have the opportunity to view rare memorabilia, watch live breaks, submit cards for grading, partake in raffles and giveaways and more!
MINT COLLECTORS’ CARNIVAL
On the evening of Saturday, March 26, MGM’s Hakkasan will transform into the ultimate collectors’ paradise.
The evening will feature a talk with executives from the UFC, Panini, Dapper Labs on how the UFC collectibles business has exploded of recent. There will be meet-and-greets with UFC fighters, interactive brand and athlete experiences, and exclusive break with GTS, displays of rare and iconic memorabilia by PWCC and a few additional surprises.
eBay Vertical Merchandise Director Bob Means is one of the featured speakers and I'm sure show attendants will be very interested to hear more about the eBay Vault and eBay's ongoing vertical focus efforts in the trading cards, collectibles, and alternative assets space.
Are you attending the Mint Collective show? Let us know how it went in the comments below!