SL Benfica, Portuguese football club, entered into a partnership with the UTRUST crypto-project to allow users to pay for tickets using a digital asset.
Cooperation with the UTRUST project
Benfica announced that the club is currently working with the UTRUST project to introduce a cryptocurrency payment option that will develop an e-commerce strategy for clubs and expand its global audience, according to a press release from the club.
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"Benfica" – one of the most popular Portuguese football teams, which currently has more than 7 million fans in social networks.
The club, which recently won the Primeira Liga title 37 times, entered into a partnership with UTRUST to stimulate digital payments and expand the offer of club payments.
UTRUST CEO commented on this partnership, saying: "This partnership with the number one football club in Portugal is an important milestone for UTRUST and the blockchainBlockchain
is a continuous and sequential block chain of information (digital linked list). When building a blockchain, copies of related blocks are simultaneously stored on multiple computers.Details system. Benfica is one of the largest sports clubs in the world and we are happy to give them the opportunity to make payments on cryptocurrency, for their 14 million supporters around the world" – UTRUST Twitter.
SL Benfica Portuguese football club announced that it would allow users to pay for tickets using a digital asset. SL Benfica's CEO, Domingos Soares de Oliveira, also commented on the new partnership, saying: "This is an exciting day in SL Benfica’s history, as we announce our decision to accept payments for cryptocurrency. This opportunity will make Benfica a unique and special club that it is, and we recognize that many of our supporters are primarily digital users, therefore we want to be one step ahead when it comes to introducing new technologies. We are very excited about the opportunities this partnership represents."
Editor: Yuliya Soroka