RealFevr launches football-themed NFT marketplace

Portuguese start-up RealFevr has launched a marketplace of official football video non-fungible tokens (NFTs).

The technology company based in Lisbon, which specialises in fantasy football, presents fans with the possibility of collecting videos of the most memorable moments of global stars including Cristiano Ronaldo, Bruno Fernandes, Ángel Di Maria, James Rodríguez, Casemiro, and others. 

Football supporters will be able to purchase one of the three packs available: Basic, Rare and Super Rare. 

RealFevr’s ‘Season Premiere’ will be divided by several pack drops. In the ‘First Edition Drop’, it will be possible to collect the Unique NFT of Manchester United and Portugal midfielder Fernandes.

In one of the upcoming drops, it will also be possible to acquire Ronaldo’s first -ever official goal also as a Unique, when the Portugal captain was at Sporting CP. 

“From the beginning, our approach was to seek to deliver an immersive experience, based on a unique visual context that matches the level of the moments we are delivering to users”, said Fred Antunes, CEO of RealFevr.

“If we look at the data from, the sports NFTs market represented in the last months a turnover in the order of 700 million dollars. Our strategy is not only to capture a part of this market, but also to ensure that more and more people know about blockchain technology and discover what this fascinating world has to offer.”

Other memorable moments that to feature in the series of drops include players such as Iker Casillas, Rúben Dias, James Rodríguez, David Luiz, Radamel Falcao, Casemiro, Hulk, Ricardo Quaresma, Deco, and Ángel Di María, among others. 

Fernandes, who was named as launch ambassador for the RealFevr NFTs launch, noted: “I think it’s very cool that football lovers around the world can acquire iconic moments from some of their favourite players.

“Engagement with fans is really important for me and that is why I am supporting the launch of RealFevr’s NFTs. Some of my best goals scored for Sporting CP are part of the marketplace and I hope my fans around the world will be excited by the prospect of owning them.” 

RealFevr’s NFTs were created using Binance Smart Chain’s blockchain, for its simplicity of use and easy integration with other protocols.

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