Football Tickets To Be Issued By UEFA Through Blockchain Technology

Football Tickets To Be Issued By UEFA Through Blockchain Technology

Blockchain News
February 24, 2020 Editor's Desk
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There’s been a bunch of football news going on in the crypto industry these past few weeks. First, the French team Paris Saint-Germain is getting ready to originate its fan token to provide fans the ability to have their say on some of the novelty things the club goes through as well as being capable
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There’s been a bunch of football news going on in the crypto industry these past few weeks. First, the French team Paris Saint-Germain is getting ready to originate its fan token to provide fans the ability to have their say on some of the novelty things the club goes through as well as being capable of winning VIP merchandise. 

Then we noticed Barcelona, one of the greatest teams in the world, tracksuit and is also planning to launch its token for the fans.

So for football followers in Europe that doesn’t support both of these teams, don’t worry! Blockchain isn’t entirely closed to you.

According to the release on the 17th of February, UEFA will be distributing more than a million football match tickets to a blockchain associated mobile application. The organization insists that this new ticketing system will assist make everything much safer when going into a stadium.

The new blockchain-based mobile ticketing solution has been created to restrict replication and duplication of tickets by QR codes only being activated by Bluetooth once fans are near the stadium.” The app can be downloaded by anyone handling an Android or iOS device.

It will take no more than a week for tickets to be delivered before the match with UEFA prophesying to present more than 1 million mobile tickets to fans overall 51 matches. The choice to opt-in for this system seems to be in an endeavor to promote ticket distribution to what is expected to be the most expected UEFA cup in the world.

The organization, moreover, went on to say that digital ticketing will support the environment. With more limited paper consumption, this will be a lot more comfortable for all the fans as well as the atmosphere. They further went on to state:

Supporters who purchase ‘Follow my team’ tickets will receive their mobile tickets only once their team has qualified for a specific match. The ability to deliver mobile tickets to fans close to matchday will considerably enhance the fan journey, as fans will no longer be required to visit ticket collection points to exchange ticket vouchers. ”

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