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I signed up for the popular NFT football game Sorare

I signed up for the popular NFT football game Sorare

Sorare, the NFT football game that’s going around the world

There’s a lot of talk about NFT among virtual currency lovers.

In the midst of all this, Japan’s famous Mr. Ikehaiya has purchased CryptoPunks (NFT) for 30 million yen.

30 million.

A new star is born.

Following that, Mr. Manabu also bought NFT for 39 million yen.

A price that can buy a house.
I can’t hide my surprise.

But one thing I can say for sure is that there is a NFT bubble all over the world.

I’m going to study about NFT.

I’ve studied NFTs.

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If you want to be in this NFT bubble, now is the time!

For the past few days, I’ve tried to sign up for Ike Haya’s newsletter and read a lot of NFT-related blogs. As a result, I found out that the only digital data in the world is bought and sold mainly in the market called Open sea.

But… I still don’t understand why millions or tens of millions of dollars are being spent on what may be the “one and only” digital data in the world. If it’s a work of art by a celebrity, it’s still a work of art, but some of them are dot paintings made by amateurs that anyone could make.

I don’t understand… I don’t know if it’s possible. I don’t think an ordinary person like me can get into the NFT bubble. Just when I was thinking that.

But then I came across this very interesting article.

Fantasy Football Sorare

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NFT football game Sorare raises 74.3 billion yen from Softbank

  • Sorare?
  • Fantasy football?
  • Messi and Neymar on treacle?

I didn’t understand it at first, but the more I looked into it, the more interesting it turned out to be.

It seems that the data actually reflects the performance of the players in each country’s league against each other.

  • Won a match
  • Lost a match
  • Played as a starter
  • Played in the middle
  • Scored a goal etc.

It seems that points are reduced or increased depending on the player’s performance that day.

You can also make your own team by buying and selling treasures of each player, and compete in various leagues to win or lose, and get rewards such as Ethereum and player cards.

If you like football, this is the game for you.

Yes, I love football.

I don’t know much about it, but every week I follow the results of the league matches in Europe and the latest transfers.

Recently, Messi has joined Paris Saint-Germain. Cristiano Ronaldo to Manchester United. Aguero to Barcelona from Manchester City. And Japanese star Kenyasu Tomiyasu to Arsenal. At least I always check the famous players.

I like football, and it would be fun to make some money by reselling cards!

So, for this simple reason, I decided to register with Sorare and try it out.

Register with Sorare

On the auction page, you can find a wide range of young and experienced players.

Messi, Neymar, Mbappe, Donnarumma, Zane, Lewandowski and many more. After all, the more famous a player is, the more expensive he is.

I see! The more successful a player is, the more expensive the card becomes, and the more profit can be made by auctioning it off.

This sounds interesting!

And it’s not just Europe, players from all over the world are taking part. And not only from Europe, but from all over the world, including the J.League.

The participating leagues are

  • Austrian Bundesliga
  • Eredivisie (Netherlands)
  • Premier League (England)
  • J.League
  • Jupiler League (Belgium)
  • K League (South Korea)
  • La Liga (Spain)
  • Ligue 1 (France)
  • MLSPA (USA)
  • Russian Premier League
  • Superliga Argentina

There is a card for almost everyone who participates in these leagues.

In the past, Cristiano Ronaldo’s card was sold for 30 million yen.

Hmmm… I think this is going to catch on.

For now, I think I’ll just play around with buying different players at auctions without worrying about them going out of fashion.

And after one year, how much money will I have increased? Or has it decreased? I’ll try to report on that too, so please look forward to it.

From now on, I’ll try to write about how to use and enjoy Sorare in this blog as clearly as possible.

See you soon.

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