The Royal Spanish Football Federation presents its Fan Token at the BlockWorld Tour Motril Edition 2021
The Royal Spanish Football Federation presents its Fan Token at the BlockWorld Tour Motril Edition 2021 By DiarioBitcoin @diariobitcoinThe

Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) will present the fan tokens of the National Football Team at the Blockchain event organized by the Block World Tour

in Motril, Granada, on September 2 and 3, 2021.

The Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) launches the fan tokens of the Spanish national team with the help of its sponsor Bitci

.

With this the entity pursues two objectives: “To connect with fans of La Roja around the world, while increasing and diversifying the generation of income,” explains Ruben Rivera, marketing director of the Rfef, to Agencia EFE

.

The project, which was launched on 30 July 2021 through the Turkish exchange Bitci.com, sold out of all the Fan Tokens on sale. Given the achievement in its first launch, the RFEF will present in the Blockchain event “BWT Motril Edition 2021” its Fan Token and new NFT

projects with which it intends to continue with the achievements of its first issue.

Event in September

The Block World Tour is the longest running Blockchain event organizer in Spain, which faces the 2nd and 3rd of September, in Motril, its seventh edition. The Juan Carlos Garvayo auditorium is the chosen venue for the return to face-to-face events in the Blockchain industry ,

with the main national and international companies exhibiting their projects, products and innovations.

RFEF already participated in the last BWT event in Alicante, in 2019, where they presented a ticket traceability software through Blockchain

technology to fight against the illegal resale of tickets. Now, thanks to the same technology, they are looking to reach the mass of fans that the Spanish national team has all over the world.

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Press release

Text and image by RFEF

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is a media partner of the event, but has no relation with the token offer published by RFEF, the organization that is responsible for it.