Paris Saint-Germain Fan Token
#Chiliz Con-Arguments Below is a Chiliz con-argument written by Nostalg33k. > # Chiliz, a symptom of the over financiarisation of the world. > > Chiliz is not a bad token nor a bad cryptocurrency or a bad blockchain but it is the symptom of a deeper problem in our society. Let's dive in. > > # Introduction > > Chiliz(CHZ) is a Token existing in the Ethereum blockchain and Binance Smart Chain, it also has a blockchain. Chiliz is a new way to engage with your sport team but it has a chance to become the blockchain provider for any event related to sport in the future. Let's dive in. > > # What is the big problem with Chiliz ? > > Imagine a football club with a fan zone. The price for the fan zone is fixed on demand and supply. You register with an ID and get privileges for yourself. > > Now Chiliz has created a system in which a big investor could rack all the premium memberships and sell them for a premium. Instead of being valued in dollars, you need to buy chiliz then to swap them for your fan token to interact with polls. The fact is that the price of fan tokens is variable which means that someone could have more voting power than you while spending less. This kind of democracy is a blatant disrespects of fans as the system can be utterly unfair and predatory. > > # Do we need multi tiered experience everytime, everywhere, until the common man has only the right to swim in their own mediocrity? > > These system will flourish because they are highly profitable but it raises the question of multi tiered services. Poverty already pushes you in a low tier services in multiple places but systems like Chiliz are a continuation and a push to the extreme of this idea. > > Imagine being a young fan of the PSG and buying PSG fan coins and losing all your money just because you wanted to have a say in the name of the stadium. Seeing Venture capitalist sell their tokens and losing your small amount of money. > > This extreme financiarisation should be heavily frowned upon. The future may be the financiarisation of your hobbies pushing you to the lowest tier experience. This is worrisome. > > ​ > > # Conclusion > > I wonder if the future of the world is extreme financiarisation and if we'll be relegated to the lowest possible experience while overlords are enjoying themselves, society already looks like it but extreme financiarisation could accelerate this push ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Chiliz) to find submissions for other topics.
#Chiliz Pro-Arguments Below is a Chiliz pro-argument written by Nostalg33k. > # Chiliz, a token powering the sport ecosystem: > > # Introduction > > Chiliz(CHZ) is a Token existing in the Ethereum blockchain and Binance Smart Chain, it also has a blockchain. Chiliz is a new way to engage with your sport team but it has a chance to become the blockchain provider for any event related to sport in the future. Let's dive in. > > ​ > > # Chiliz, a new way to be a sport fan. > > Chiliz is a the currency powering the website socios which allows fans to buy fan tokens. These fan tokens then allow you to participate in the decisions surrounding your team. These decisions are made through polls. For exemple right now, you can vote for the message displayed on the PSG team captain's arm band. Other teams allow you to vote for the entrance song. This is a fun a cool way to partake in the daily decisions of your team, feeling included without disrupting their daily output (training and management). > > This is clearly a game changer in the way teams can market themselves and earn revenue. > > # Chiliz, a variety of teams from the biggest sports in the world. > > ​ > > Chiliz has a strength, diversity. Diversity of sports mind you. The fact is that it ranges from Football (soccer) to Football (NFL) to Football with hands (Basketball) To Football with no balls in a car (F1). It has top tiers teams such as FC Barcelona and PSG and have Lionel Messi as promotional material in the front page of Socios. > > The number they claim is 150 partners in 25 countries, there is a whole list of new teams in a waiting list to launch their team tokens. The ecosystem is alive and well and seems like a very good way to have fun with your favorite teams. > > ​ > > # The top blockchain for the future of sport. > > By building their own blockchain they are now cementing themselves as the main tech provider in the blockchain sector for the future of sport. While Socios is fun, the future of blockchain tech will range from collective ownership of players to selling places in stadiums to betting pools. > > # Gameused and the future of memorabilia. > > Chiliz launched a website to auction memorabilia from sport teams. You can buy the helmet of your favorite player and other memorabilia. A new use case on the road of an ecosystem which is poised to grow in the future. Your receipt is covered by an NFT which is fun but wouldn't add much if there was not a storage service. > > You can buy a memorabilia, not take ownership of it, resell it through NFT and then the next person can redeem the NFT to get ownership of the helmet or whatever. > > ​ > > # Conclusion, Chiliz, the future leader of Sport Blockchain. > > Chiliz is a cool ecosystem and has a lot of usecase so I hope you would dig a bit, maybe you can look after your own team, the history of their token and associated value. Don't forget that this is heavily speculative but in the Chiliz ecosystem there is a place to make money AND to have fun ! ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Chiliz) to find submissions for other topics.
I’ve been holding my CDC Diamonds for about a year just to purchase a PSG football shirt, only for them to remove it from the store when I almost hit the amount of diamonds required. I got mad and purchased CRO boxes with all the diamonds (about 100 boxes) and never got a better box than Silver wtf. One dude posted on the CDC sub a while back that he got a platinum box.. I was even more mad
He had problems with the law before: >Former Barcelona and Brazil star Ronaldinho spent five months in a Paraguayan prison in 2020 >The former Barcelona attacker, who came to prominence at PSG, had been accused of entering Paraguay with a false passport with his brother. I guess he is going back to jail...
tldr; Crypto gamblers are placing heavy bets on Barbie outperforming Oppenheimer in terms of grossing on their opening weekends. Polymarket, a blockchain-powered prediction market, allows users to buy or sell "outcome shares" based on various topics. Other popular bets on Polymarket include whether Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Musk will fight MMA style, whether Kylian Mbappé will leave PSG, and whether BlackRock will be approved to launch a spot bitcoin ETF by August 31, 2023. The platform reflects the sentiment of crypto users on various world events. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*
Take a lesson from that PSG soccer player last month that didn't have to pay a dime in divorce because his mom legally owns everything he earns and if he needs money he just asks her. Even women on my instagram were applauding him.
Not really a shill but maybe one to keep an eye on. CHZ (sports blockchain) is releasing its main net in 8 days time. They’ve seemingly survived the bear market and carried on building so far, one of the only “small” cryptos that actually have huge real world partnership like with Man City, Barcelona and PSG. They have an app Socios that has quite a large number of users more than 1.5mil or so worldwide if you believe the figures.
>Hakimi receives €1 Million from PSG monthly but 80% of this is deposited in his mother Mrs. Fatima's account. Yeah, going by the comments in here its very obvious most people here are not married or even know how Divorce works. The divorce court won't care about which account the money is deposited in. He officially gets paid 1 Mil, he gets taxed for 1 Mil, in the eyes of any divorce courts he owns 1 Mil/month. If he then chooses to give a majority of it away, thats on him. Divorce Courts award settlements based on income, not on actual funds. If he can't pay, the state will and then will turn around and hound this guy for the rest of his life for the money if they don't just outright garnish his wages or go for his mothers accounts.
I watched the charts as the match happened, and the volatility was crazy. It would move 20% up when Argentina scored, then dump similarly when France made a comeback. The PSG fan token, although not exclusively tied to France team, behaved opposite of ARG. Only when the match ended did both tokens plunged 😂
Football seems to be being targeted aggressively with NFT and crypto in general. Clubs like PSG and Barca both have their own shitcoin machine. Not sure how this helps their fans. Not sure their fans ever wanted or asked for it. My experience with football stadiums in England is that your average football fan has about enough intellect to smash a phone until words happen, but probably not enough to navigate crypto. But then I may be biased based on the stadia I have visited ha.
Sounds cool! Interesting that PSG has their own NFT marketplace, I don’t think most venues have the resources to approach this the same way though unfortunately. Can’t imagine how much that costs to create. Other folks here have mentioned GET which is a layered protocol. Seems much more manageable for mass adoption
So what I'm saying is that the reason you can't sell your ebook to someone else on Kindle is because Amazon simply doesn't allow it. They could let you do it if they wanted and they could even control the price at which it happens, the cut they take, etc. Amazon could securely remove the book from your account and move it to someone else's. Ebooks and NFTs are the same thing. They are just digital data. Instead of a secure wallet and NFTs, you could just have a secure Amazon account and ebooks. So the point I'm making is that Ticketmaster and PSG (or whoever wants to sell tickets to something), could very easily provide all the same functionality as an NFT with a much simpler traditional database. NFT isn't actually bringing meaningful functionality, though it is bringing massive unnecessary complexity.
Best example of people reading only headline. PSG is selling only 3 tickets! I am 100% this "ticket" will not be used. For 200k$ (*price per ticket*) the holder of ticker will be known by name an get special treatment. And other NFT are ape pictures: >...commemorative NFTs will feature moments captured in pictures and videos from the tour. ​ PSG isn't implementing NFT as replacement for tickets. It's classic money grab.
They don’t, and ticketing is definitely not one. You have a few GET shills saying it’s the future and that’s about it. It’ll still have the same pitfalls any other ticketing service would run into, possible even more so due to forcing the layman to navigate blockchain just to buy a ticket to see their favourite artist. Prime for scammers and phishers. This is a publicity thing for PSG - a high end VIP experience with the word NFT attached to it.
People keep saying this, but I really don't see how that would work. Do you really expect people to buy their NFTs directly on the Ethereum blockchain? I don't. And if they don't, then Ticketmaster is simply going to be swapped for another middleman. Or possibly more than one, because you might have to have someone hosting the NFTs (like OpenSea) *and* someone selling them (PSG is unlikely to do that themselves). There's simply no reason to assume these new middlemen would be better than Ticketmaster. If the incentives remain the same, the game won't change simply because you add a blockchain.
Livenation/whoever can already do that if they wanted. Digital tickets are no different than a Kindle book in your Amazon account. You can't resell Kindle books, so why can't you just replace "Amazon" with PSG, and "Kindle books" with PSG tickets?
tldr; Paris Saint-Germain is selling non-fungible token (NFT) tickets worth 30 million yen (about US$218,817) each for its friendly matches this month with local teams in Japan. The NFT ticket will give access to the stadium's VIP room and the VIP party where buyers can get their photo taken with PSG players. PSG is also issuing NFTs commemorating the team’s first Japan visit since 1995. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*
Winning bidder will be able to pay in either Cryptocurrency or Fiat. * One-night stay at a 5-star hotel in Paris * Parc des Princes Stadium Tour – Walk in the footsteps of PSG heroes * Messi meet-and-greet with photo (handshake subject to Covid 19 constraints) * Ground transportation between Airport and stadium * Two Messi signed PSG jerseys * Travel back and forth to Paris not included. * Date of the Experience to be decided by PSG So you pay for having a pic and some stuff of Messi. I prefer cheaper hookers. At least you can have sex with them.
It seems like Tezos were only their training kit sponsor rather than their full sponsor. Plus Man United suck so you wouldn't want to sign up to their crypto platform anyways! It probably won't make a massive impact, but with CDC sponsoring PSG, Liverpool, and the world cup, they'd be all over football. Every football fan looking to start investing in Crypto is going to look at CDC first
Yea, they didn't get the scarcity right. Instead of creating some form of buzz, they released it as form of 'General Releases' and no one wanted it. You might be right, other sport clubs such as PSG and Barcelona created their own form of tokens first to somewhat test the waters. LFC went straight to NFTs. It would seem that it's not just that they got greedy, but they skipped the process.
tldr; PSG forward Lionel Messi has signed a $20 million (£15 million) deal to promote crypto fan company Socios. The 34-year-old will be an 'ambassador' for Socios and will be involved in a promotional campaign for the company in the build-up to November's World Cup in Qatar. Socios have signed deals for over 130 sports organisations, including Messi's PSG, Manchester City, Barcelona and Juventus. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*
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tldr; Paris Saint-Germain signed an agreement in 2018 with Socios.com to create its first digital currency, becoming the first sports club to enter the world of cryptocurrencies. The company was responsible for creating PSG Fan Tokens, a type of cryptocurrency created on the Chiliz$HZ blockchain that allows sports fans to access a wide range of benefits linked to the club and its activities. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*
Well same as PSG. They got one run of their token after it got "leaked" that Messi would have in his contract that they pay him some part of his contract in PSG Token. It never recovered from that Messi Hype and is more than 60% down on ATH.
It’s not an either or, it’s both. OP omitted that PSG already has crypto.com ads. I had actually bitched about this very topic a couple years ago, but my stance was about F1 and UFC getting persistent ads instead of Champions league and the NBA, and yet they’ve already solved that, I’d literally put money on crypto ads having a place in the World Cup when the time comes…if there was a Sportsbook for that somehow As for an interesting fact as to *why* companies *spend* so much money on super bowl ads has less to do with viewership and everything to do with broadcasting deals/rights. The thing about football is it’s a ridiculously short professional season. So when a company pays the NFL to get licensing to broadcast, they’re paying an exorbitant amount (in the billions) to air the NFL games, of which there are only a small amount. (Only 16 games per team). So when the final game of the post season comes around, with the only thing all Americans will be watching at the same time, as well as broadcasting companies needing to charge millions to advertisers just to break even on the TV rights, is all a perfect storm for dumb expensive ads. So on a minute-by-minute basis, it’s super expensive to buy ad time on an NFL game relative to something like the NBA, MLB, NHL, etc
>I find that not many people are talking about the World Cup this year. Which is so weird. Yeah cause it's in Winter because of the corrupt qatar deal. A lot of people boycotting to watch it. >However I think i read not long ago we had some crypto sponsoring going into soccer, DOT on Barcelona jersey I think? Binance FC Porto, Bitcoin FC Watford, CDC PSG and Italian Soccer League
I think Crypto.com have been very smart with their marketing though. Yes they have the super bowl as for the US, but they have lots of other sponsorships which focus on Europe and other parts of the world which most Americans would never even see. For example Aston martins F1 team, PSG and Serie A, all target different populations which have very little overlap with the people watching the Super Bowl.
I'm asking myself the same thing, man. Not only Neymar (Brazil) got a Bored Ape, but also Verratti (Italian) and Paredes (Argentinian), all of them plays for PSG. Just a while ago, a CryptoPunks's NFT was sold by $523 million. Maybe you are right and this is a class thing, but NFTs are not only this. Dynamic NFTs, for example, are an essential component of metaverse and we have good projects out there. But I think we will have an even bigger trend ahead of us: NFT minting. Are you familiar with Luka Modric (Real Madrid's Midfield) ? I read these days that Luka created his own collection of NFTs. Actually is very hard for the regular public to do it, but we are already seeing [tools being launched](https://unique.network/blog/meet-uniquescan-uniqueminter/) (UniqueMinter from Unique Network) that will make NFT creation/minting ridiculous easy. If you guys get a Bored Ape just let me know.
tldr; Brazilian soccer player Neymar Jr has spent over $1 million in digital tokens and ENS addresses on Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) NFTs. The PSG player owns two BAYC NFT Ape avatars, including one with laser eyes and another with futuristic glasses. Neymar also owns other NFT's such as one from ACESnikers fashion collection, others from Flipped *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*
tldr; The Adelaide Football Club has partnered with the world's fastest-growing cryptocurrency platform, with a multi-year agreement encompassing the men's and women's teams. The Crows are the first Australian sporting club to partner with Crypto.com and follow some of the world’s biggest sports and entertainment brands, including Formula 1, UFC and PSG. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*