The fan in possession of the token is entitled to:
Tokens are acquired through active participation in the life of the club. For example:
Or through gamification techniques:
In addition, tokens could be distributed directly by the club at its discretion, e.g. on anniversaries, season ticket campaign, winning important prizes etc. Another option would be to encourage a healthy lifestyle among fans by giving tokens in exchange for certain goals in personal sport (number of steps per day, achievements in amateur competitions, etc.).
Luga Points(cryptocurrency of the MyLugano circuit) could be converted directly into club tokens, thus creating a synergy between local commerce and local sports clubs.
Fan Token creation and membership in the Sorare6 blockchain-based digital gaming platform
Buyable tokens that give you the right to influence your team’s decisions, meet players, VIP access, etc. Sold initially at a fixed price by the club, they are then traded between owners at “market” price.
FAN TOKEN marketplace of the world’s leading sports companies, including: F1 Sauber, F1 Aston Martin, e-sports companies, etc.
Creation of FAN tokens and membership on the socios.com platform
Fans are crazy about collectibles: autographs, photos, matchday clothes, etc. At the same time, official merchandising is a great way for fans to express their loyalty to their team and for clubs to earn revenue.
What gives value to a collector’s item is its authenticity and its “rarity” (the photo of the final can be taken if you are there during the final, the jersey worn in that particular match is “exactly that one” and there cannot be another one). But, in the digital world, everything can be copied/replicated easily.
With blockchain-based NFT technology, it becomes possible to create unique and official items even in the digital world:
When all this becomes unique and officially released by the club, that’s when the digital collectible acquires the same value as the real thing.
By simplifying the transfer of value between people, blockchain technology allows for very simple and secure fundraising campaigns. Fans can participate in the purchase of players or, conversely, aspiring champions can launch campaigns to raise money and finance their careers.
First example of a digital cup, produced by the Italian Lega Serie A. Created by the artist Diego Perrone. Unique specimen, purchased for more than 4’000 dollars, for sale at 70’000’000 dollars.
Crystollonomic TIMVISION Cup by Diego Perrone
Platform to finance and invest on emerging athletes. Athletes decide how to reciprocate the funding (shares of the “card”, rewards on the awards obtained, etc..) and funders can trade their stake owned.
Image produced by the club in 25 copies, sold at auction starting at $150 each. Make this limited edition NFT yours and show your Preds pride”.
Nashville Predators NFT | Nashville Predators (nhl.com)
Official video Canada VS Germany produced by the IIHF (International Ice Hockey Federation) in 85 copies.
Blockchain technology, and in particular smart-contracts, make it possible to automate part of the administrative processes of a sports club in an extremely secure way. For example: