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FIFA to Launch Digital Asset Platform for Football Fans
FIFA, the world body responsible for the grandest sporting event in the world, the World Cup, has revealed plans to create a non-fungible token platform.
The platform is expected to open up towards the end of September, when the FIFA+ Collect will be released. The FIFA+ Collect is expected to contain a set of initial digital asset collections. In addition, the platform will also reveal information about forthcoming limited-edition and exclusive collections.
What a way to start the upcoming FIFA 2022 World Cup in Qatar! The collectibles are expected to feature memorable football moments, iconic imagery, and arts from both men's and women 's World Cups, and it is due to be available to all fans of football around the globe.
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Another gaming platform Sorare just entered a multi-year partnership with NBA as its official Digital Asset partner.
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In a cross-over from the AI industry into Web 3.0, Space AI has raised $13.5M to create a developer-centric platform that will build apps driven by AL/ML to harness data in the web 3.0 space.
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