Crypto Corner: sports slice

Both crypto and sports basically never sleep. If one sport is not in season, there is definitely another in season. When the stock market closes, there is always a crypto chart that moves. We’re back with a weekly review of sports and cryptoactivity, this week with a “sports slice.”

Lionel Messi dominated the sports newspaper last week. So it’s good that cryptography gets involved. Let’s look at this story and more.

Sports slice
Leo Messi gets $ PSG cheerleader tokens for new home
Admittedly, the dominant headline in this week’s Sporting News was Lionel Messi’s departure from his former club Barcelona. Messi has spent nearly two decades at the club and has apparently expressed a desire to return, but neither side has been able to reach an agreement. Barcelona have cited La Liga’s rules as major obstacles to the deal.

The star footballer announced this week that he plans to sign with Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) with the possibility of a third-year extension as part of a guaranteed two-year contract. Messi was ranked second on the list of the planet’s highest-paid athletes, according to Forbes.

Part of Messi’s compensation package (as well as a solid salary, of course) included a “large number” of PSG cheerleader tokens. The tokens were released early last year along with PSG Socios.com and Chilise.

We all know Messi has golden legs, but does he also have diamond hands?

Socios.com October Adds More Sports Teams To List
Every week, Chilise and her partner seem to Socios.com we’re adding new Major League teams around the world to your rosters. Last week another Premier League football club, Leeds United, teamed up with Chilis to receive a new fan token.Dec. Everton FC returned to chilis.

The NBA’s Sacramento Kings make a marketing partnership this week Socios.com, no need Socios.com they later also merged with the Orlando Magic. Former Magic Legend Hedo Türkoğlu was a success

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