The NFT football game Sorare is going around the world
Virtual currency enthusiasts are abuzz with talk of NFTs.
In the midst of all this, Japan’s famous Mr. Ikehaiya has purchased CryptoPunks (NFT) for 30 million yen.
— ikehaya-nft.eth | CryptoNinja (@IHayato) September 22, 2021
A new star is born.
Following that, Mr. Manabu also bought NFT for 39 million yen.
NFTの「CryptoPunk」で、お値段は「115 ETH」なので、日本円で「3,900万円」です。とても満足です#cryptopunks #ethereum pic.twitter.com/BUJoQ3ddzx
— Manabu | Crypto Investor (@manabubannai) September 24, 2021
A price that could buy a house.
I can’t hide my surprise.
But one thing I can say for sure is that the NFT bubble is coming all over the world.
I’m going to study NFT myself.
I’ve studied NFT.
It’s now or never if you want to get in on this NFT bubble!
For the past few days, I’ve been trying to sign up for Mr. Ikehaja’s newsletter and read all the NFT-related blogs. As a result, I found out that digital data, which is unique in the world, is being traded mainly in the market called Open sea.
But… I still don’t understand why they charge millions or tens of millions for digital data that may be “the only one 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 it… I guess I can’t. I don’t think an ordinary person like me can get into the NFT bubble. Just as I was thinking that.
But just as I was thinking that, I saw an article that caught my interest.
Fantasy football Sorare
French NFT football game Sorare raises 74.3 billion yen led by Softbank
- Fantasy football?
- Messi and Neymar on a trekker?
I didn’t understand it at first, but the more I looked into it, the more I realized how interesting it sounds.
It seems that the data actually reflects the results of the players in each country’s league.
- Won a game
- Lost a game
- Played as a starter
- Played in the middle
- Scored a goal, etc.
As you can see, points can decrease or increase depending on the player’s performance that day.
In addition, you can create your own original team by buying and selling the treasures of each player, and by competing in various leagues to win or lose, you can get Ethereum and player cards as rewards.
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 check the results of the league matches of European countries and the transfer information of the hottest players.
Recently, Messi joined Paris Saint-Germain. Cristiano Ronaldo to Manchester United. Aguero from Manchester City to Barcelona. And Japanese hotshot Kenyou Tomiyasu went to Arsenal. At any rate, I always check out the famous players.
I love football, and it would be fun to make some money while reselling the cards!
So, for this simple reason, I signed up for Sorare and gave it a try.
Registering 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 other gorgeous players. After all, the more famous a player is, the more expensive he is.
I see! So the more successful a player is, the higher the price of the card, and the more profit can be made by auctioning it off.
This sounds interesting!
And it’s not just Europe, players from leagues all over the world are participating. Some of them are from the J-League.
- Austrian Bundesliga
- Eredivisie (Netherlands)
- Premier League (England)
- J-League (Japan)
- 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 be popular.
For now, I think I’ll just play around with buying various players at auctions without worrying about whether they’ll go out of style.
And after a year, how much will my pocket money have increased? Or did it decrease? I’m planning to report on that as well, so please look forward to it.
From now on, I’ll be writing about how to use and enjoy Sorare in this blog in a way that is as easy to understand as possible.
See you soon.