Paris Saint-Germain tokenizes Neymar and David Beckham

Blockchain startup Sorare has signed a contract with the French football club Paris Saint-Germain.
Paris Saint-Germain is the 100th club to join the Ethereum platform.

During the season, Sorare will issue unique NFT tokens in the form of cards featuring each player, including Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and club veteran David Beckham.

Tokens can be collected, sold, and also used to participate in virtual tournaments with prizes in cryptocurrency.

Created in 2019, Sorare has already attracted 40 thousand users from all over the world. In August 2020, sales of digital cards brought the company €735,000. Sorare forecasts revenues of €5 million for the current fiscal year.

So far, the most expensive token sold through the platform is Cristiano Ronaldo’s card worth 58 ETH (€18,000).

This summer, the platform raised €3.5 million in funding from e.ventures, Partech and Fabric Ventures Sementic Ventures.

As a reminder, in February the Italian Juventus and Moscow Spartak issued digital cards depicting football players, which can be exchanged on the Sorare platform.

Blockchain startup Sorare has signed a contract with the French football club Paris Saint-Germain.
Paris Saint-Germain is the 100th club to join the Ethereum platform.

During the season, Sorare will issue unique NFT tokens in the form of cards featuring each player, including Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and club veteran David Beckham.

Tokens can be collected, sold, and also used to participate in virtual tournaments with prizes in cryptocurrency.

Created in 2019, Sorare has already attracted 40 thousand users from all over the world. In August 2020, sales of digital cards brought the company €735,000. Sorare forecasts revenues of €5 million for the current fiscal year.

So far, the most expensive token sold through the platform is Cristiano Ronaldo’s card worth 58 ETH (€18,000).

This summer, the platform raised €3.5 million in funding from e.ventures, Partech and Fabric Ventures Sementic Ventures.

As a reminder, in February the Italian Juventus and Moscow Spartak issued digital cards depicting football players, which can be exchanged on the Sorare platform.

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