Messi gets crypto fan tokens as part of Paris Saint Germain registration package

It was recently announced that Paris Saint-Germain included paying a “large number” of crypto fans as part of the deal to sign Lionel Messi from Barcelona. 

The signing of Lionel Messi from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain is decidedly 7 on the Richter scale among the big football news. is ranked. This is probably the biggest news yet for the start of the new football season, which has inspired and upset fans of both clubs in equal measure. 

However, Messi’s willingly accepting a portion of the registration fee on crypto fans ‘ tokens did much to mark the cryptocurrency for large fan bases in football. 

A statement from Paris Saint-Germain said a” welcome kit ” was provided by the club’s fan token supplier, according to Reuters 

It is unclear exactly how many tokens were issued, but it was stated that there were a” large number ” of tokens in the package. 

The fans ‘ tokens in question are a cryptocurrency that is being used by a growing number of top-flight football clubs around the world. The tokens allow fans to vote on specific decisions affecting their clubs and give discounts on merchandise. 

Fan tokens can be exchanged for other cryptocurrencies as well as other fan tokens on certain exchanges. 

Hype around Messi transfer led to token trade by PSG fans, according to club data: 

“the hype around the club’s recent signings in the summer transfer window has led to a huge increase in interest from PSG fans for their tokens, which were worth more than $ 1.2 billion a few days before they moved,” he said.;; 

The PSG fan token has a market capitalisation of about $ 52 million. It grew 130% in just five days, fuelled by speculation about the actual translation. On Tuesday, the token hit an all-time high of $ 60 before dropping to $ 41 at the time of writing. 

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