Rugby: why SU Agen is getting into NFT, the digital Panini card

“There have been several meetings at the club with Thomas, Marc, the players and the managers from Agenais. The project seduced us, it is an innovative and fun technology »

You are still here ? Alright, don’t worry. SU Agen also needed some explanations before becoming the fourth French club to embark on the NFT adventure (with Stade Français, Section Paloise and Aviron Bayonnais). For example by receiving “several times” the men behind the FanLiveCards company, a trio of ex-athletes made up of Alain Roche, Thomas and Marc Lievremont. So, NFTs, quesaco? These are images, present only on the Internet and which, once purchased, are your exclusive property, guaranteed by a computer code, a sort of digital certificate of authenticity. Let’s leave the marketing director of the Agenais club, Pépito Elhorga, the translation for ordinary mortals: “These are like ”Panini” cards in digital form”.

Stock market and auctions

“There were several meetings at the club with Thomas, Marc, the players and the managers from Agenais, continues the former international back. The project seduced us, it is an innovative and playful technology. We have signed a contract with the company that markets the image of our players, and in return, it pays a small percentage to the club and the players. In addition to the financial aspect, the SUA enters fully into the digital world, diversifies its sources of income and intends to seek out new audiences. “The FanLiveCards platform will allow our supporters to develop links with the players and strengthen their attachment to the SUA,” said President Jean-François Fonteneau.

So two questions. First, how do you buy these SUA-stamped NFTs? Very simple, you have to go to the site FanLiveCards, choose a player’s card and submit a bid. The highest wins the bet and the card. Then you have to ask yourself, what is it for? Again very simple (and potentially lucrative), the owner of the NFT will be able to see its value evolve according to the performance of the player. And resell it if the added value is interesting. Like the “Panini”, not all cards have the same value, from the one-off and necessarily more expensive “black” edition, to the more common and affordable “silver”.


You will need to bid more than 7 euros to get the Loris Tolot card.

FanLiveCards

Who has the rating?

On the stock exchange of the day, the most highly rated Agenais is a former member of the house, the second line Gauthier Maravat who will join Castres (Top 14). His “black” card is bid at 50 euros, the highest value of the hundred registered players being held by the pillar of the Paloise Section, Rémi Sénéca (80 euros). The other Agenais on whom Internet users have bet are Clément Martinez, Théo Idjellidaine, Matthieu Bonnet (13 euros), Florent Guion, Zak Farrance or Raphaël Lagarde (7 euros). And if the next season is successful, the value can therefore increase. Do we take bets?



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Rugby: why SU Agen is getting into NFT, the digital Panini card


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