Keisuke Honda, the Japanese soccer star, launches his own crypto
It seems that blockchain and crypto are important to the soccer community all around the world.
In a decision to boost his fan engagement, the former Japan national team midfielder, Keisuke Honda, who is currently playing as the captain of the team Botafogo in the Brazilian professional league has launched his personal token to boost his bond and connection with the fans.
The coin “KSK Honda Coin” was introduced via a blockchain platform known as Rally.io. The coin makes it possible for fans to interact with Honda and get exclusive content from him and contact him through Discord private channels.
According to Honda, this token will enable him to be in touch with fans in a more clear way on the condition that there’s 100% transparency about the identity of the coin holders.
This shows that blockchain has the potential of connecting soccer stars with their fans even better than before as for instance it happened in Russia’s Premier League Zenit St. Petersburg on October 15th. They signed on Sorare which is a gaming platform based on blockchain in order to issue collectible and tradeable digital cards.
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