Juventus Football Team will introduce digital collectible cards that will be sold through a blockchain platform. Fans will be able to collect and trade tokens for relevant club players, such as Cristiano Ronaldo.
Since last year, we have seen a lot of sports companies including Juventus, the Miami Dolphins, Gibraltar’s semi-professional team, and others, jump onto the bandwagon of Blockchain and cryptocurrency.
An Israel-based company focusing on technological innovation in the world of sports, officially declared the roll out of the first sports blockchain accelerator. The project will include an acceleration program that will take 14 weeks, and more than 10 startups from different parts of the world, will participate. This program is scheduled for July - September.