Over the past year, football has witnessed the increase of cryptocurrency-related content. Whether it’s advertisements plastered around stadiums, blockchain projects offering shares to football aficionados or players insisting on their salaries being paid in Bitcoin, you can’t deny that the digital currency is making itself known to the sporting industry.


Many crypto enthusiasts dream of a world where cryptocurrency can be a daily part of our lives. We are still a long way from global acceptance of cryptocurrency, but with the football scene willing to advertise crypto brokers, this is most definitely a step in the right direction for the crypto advocates.


What then, makes cryptocurrency and football, such a seemingly perfect match? We speculate that the global appeal is what entices project developers and would-be cryptocurrency moguls. Relatively speaking, cryptocurrencies are still in their infancy. Although, the creators aren’t far from having regulatory standards, that would allow major corporations such as the FA and UEFA to throw their full weight behind crypto without significant risk.


While there is no shortage of football-related blockchain projects to get involved with, we urge you to remain vigilant. This is still a very young space, and you never know who might be running a legitimate business, or who might be trying their best to make off with your valuable tokens!


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