Native blockchain steps into Premier League

The Turkey-based blockchain company has now shaken hands with the Premier League team, following agreements with the world’s leading sports clubs.

Bitci Teknoloji, which has made a name for itself with the agreements it has made with Glasgow Rangers, Real Betis, McLaren Racing and Spain National Football Team, announced in a press release sent to Cointelegraph on June 1 that it has shaken hands with the Premier League team Wolverhampton Wanderers (Wolves).

Wolves team decided to implement the fan token project with Turkey-based blockchain company Bitci Teknoloji. According to the statement, logos will appear on Wolves jerseys and stadiums.

Wolves fan tokens, which will run on Bitcichain, Bitci Teknoloji’s blockchain platform, are aimed to be traded on different exchanges around the world.

In the statement, it was stated that the details of the token project will be detailed in the future, while it was emphasized that the logos will appear on the jerseys of the Wolves team and on the screens in the Wolves’ historical stadium, Molineux.

Bitci Teknoloji CEO Onur Altan Tan announced that they realized their first blockchain project in the Premier League with Wolverhampton Wanderers, and drew attention to the club’s technology and innovation-oriented approach, as well as its strong bond with its fans.

Reminding that they have signed their fifth collaboration abroad, Tan said, “On the way we started as a blockchain research and development company in 2018, we are especially focused on projects implemented on our own blockchain network, Bitcichain. […] We will add new ones soon,” he said.

Russel Jones, Wolves General Manager of Marketing, said, “We are very happy that, our official jersey sleeve sponsor of the 21/22 season, has joined the Wolves family.”

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