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Ronaldinho and David Beckham: Soccer Legends Dive Deeper in the Crypto World
Ronaldinho and David Beckham want to strengthen their bonds with their followers by creating digital tokens and NFTs.
Ronaldinho, the legendary Brazilian soccer player, has joined with the decentralized exchange P00LS to produce his own currency, RON.
David Beckham also collaborated with the cryptocurrency ecosystem by filing many Metaverse and non-fungible token-related trademark applications.
One of the greatest soccer players of all time is Ronaldinho de Assis Moreira (Known as Ronaldinho). He said that his token’s primary goal is to establish a better connection between himself and his numerous fans. “More than just fans, they are my community,” he emphasized.
The RON token, in particular, will allow holders to enter Ronaldinho’s realm. They will have the ability to attend events, swap NFTs, and also create exclusive content.
Hugo Renaudin, Founder and CEO of P00LS, stated that his company empowers creators and their communities “with a new model for ownership and value.”
RON is an ERC-20 token that will be available on April 28. Ronaldinho fans will be able to gain the asset for free on the P00LS launchpad before the official launch. By accurately answering questions about the soccer player’s profession and personal life, players can win more tokens for free.
Ronaldinho’s involvement with the digital asset sector is not his first. Earlier this year, the 2005 Ballon d’Or winner collaborated with Graph Blockchain to host events and also NFT experiences for his followers. In addition, he became an official global advocate for the blockchain system.
David Beckham is another recent soccer player who has jumped on the bandwagon. Mike Kondoudis, an American lawyer, disclosed that the British had filed three trademark applications in the Metaverse for NFTs, virtual clothes, and entertainment events.
In addition, Beckham was named the global brand ambassador for the cryptocurrency company DigitalBits over a month ago.
By Elah Mae Ariate Wozinga Staff