Sorare - football cards on the blockchain

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LaVVVi
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Re: Sorare - football cards on the blockchain

Ilona wrote: 03 Jun 2021, 19:04 I think you shouldn't rate it as a fantasy room. these are football cryptokitties in the first place. and with chiliz's worthless fan tokens invariably making X's, the potential for the ecosystem to grow is huge with the addition of top clubs. besides, card trading is not the worst alternative to footballindex in prohibited countries aka the whole world except uk and Canada.
as crypto-cats have no value, so for the value of something unique, first of all, a trend (crowd behavior) is needed. If they again raise several million in the next round and Mbappe promotes his card in Insta, then the trend will appear. But this is pure guesswork) Without trends, all these cards are not needed - there was already MLB, and Formula 1, and celebrities, which ended in a matter of months. Sorare has a plus in the raised round, because you can do marketing experiments for several months and get paid, but selling cards to yourself is not enough - you need some kind of jumps. Obviously, since spring the number of users has increased, already by 1k teams in tournaments, but the question is what's next:)
IMHO these are completely different games with an index, as well as a different economy and value from the player on his balance sheet
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Ilona
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Re: Sorare - football cards on the blockchain

LaVVVi wrote: 03 Jun 2021, 19:06
as crypto-cats have no value, so for the value of something unique, first of all, a trend (crowd behavior) is needed. If they again raise several million in the next round and Mbappe promotes his card in Insta, then the trend will appear. But this is pure guesswork) Without trends, all these cards are not needed - there was already MLB, and Formula 1, and celebrities, which ended in a matter of months. Sorare has a plus in the raised round, because you can do marketing experiments for several months and get paid, but selling cards to yourself is not enough - you need some kind of jumps. Obviously, since spring the number of users has increased, already by 1k teams in tournaments, but the question is what's next:)
IMHO these are completely different games with an index, as well as a different economy and value from the player on his balance sheet
Well, yes, in the end everything, as always, depends on marketing, there are no questions.
But what are the fundamental differences from the index for the end user? prices both there and there are determined by the market. the logic, exaggerating, is also the same: buy a cheap shit with potential - sell it for a high price when it starts to enter, or buy a top for performances and get bonuses for them in the form of dividends on the index or rewards for "fantasy" here.
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SkitRa
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Re: Sorare - football cards on the blockchain

On the index, the asset brings dividends / losses for each action, regardless of other players, teams of other users, etc. Sorare has penny pricing pools for expensive assets - this is not possible in the index. In addition, the index has constant liquidity, and there are no supply restrictions. To be honest, I just don't see any similarities other than that and that about football players. In one case, we are trying to create unique assets (cards) with a limited supply, in the second case, constant liquidity and the economy of units (shares) works regardless of the actions of other market participants.
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Ilona
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Re: Sorare - football cards on the blockchain

SkitRa wrote: 03 Jun 2021, 19:09 To be honest, I just don't see any similarities other than that and that about football players.
and then, and then about the trading of football players

in general, I agree with everything, but it seems to me that most of the users and the index, and sorare do not dig so deeply, looking at both toys as the opportunity to feel like a football agent, earning a couple of bucks on it. and at this level there are much more similarities than you admit. it is these recreational players who pay for the banquet as usual. so I would still not discount the opportunity to become a remote index substitute.
SkitRa wrote: 03 Jun 2021, 19:09 Sorare has penny pricing pools for expensive assets - this is not possible in the index.

Sorare has penny pricing pools for expensive assets - this is excluded in the index.
for expensive assets, the price pools are not so cheap, with index divas it is quite comparable at first glance, besides, division into divisions allows you to get local "divas" for a larger number of assets ...
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