The blockchain offers, among other things, the possibility of making digital objects clear and undoubtedly verifiable. The company Sorare takes advantage of this and offers a collection platform for football cards that can even be used for online gaming. The next chapter is set to begin with a new investment totaling $ 4 million.
Combination of online gaming and fun collecting
The Sorare platform, founded by Nicolas Julia, combines online gaming with the trading of digital soccer cards based on the blockchain. The French company has already partnered with more than 70 soccer teams from Europe, Asia and the USA to offer their players as a trading card. These include some of the most famous soccer players in the world, such as Christiano Ronaldo. The Ethereum Blockchain makes it possible for the first time to design digital objects as collectibles and thus to ensure scarcity:
“Sorare uses Ethereum to make scarce, officially licensed soccer player cards. Users can freely buy and sell scarce digital collectibles representing soccer players on our online marketplace. More importantly, these cards are not just collectibles. They offer valuable value in our fantasy soccer game where you can take part in competitions every week and earn rewards.”