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FanChain investors nominated for awards

December 7th, 2018

David Stern and The One Team Collective were both nominated for "Outstanding Investors" by the influential SportTechie publication. That makes two out of the three investors nominated part of the FanChain team. Incredible validation. See the nominations here

FanChain Wins TokenMatch NYC

December 7th, 2018

FanChain presented at TokenMatch NYC and won the prestious event. At TokenMatch, FanChain was in competition with 8 other high-profile blockchain companies. The judges agreed - FanChain is unlike any other blockchain company out there. 

FanChain invited to exclusive TokenMatch NYC

November 27th, 2018

FanChain has exclusively been selected out of dozens of blockchain companies to be attending TokenMatch NYC on Nov 27th, 2018. Tokenmatch is an elite group of ICO teams present to small groups of investors that have the capacity and mandate to deploy capital. Investors come by invitation only and ICO teams are preselected through a rigorous process. We will share a video of the event in the near future - and in the mean time, you can visit https://TokenMatch.com tomorrow for a live stream.

FanChain at Blockchain Conference Boston 2018

November 14th, 2018

FanChain's CEO Keivn April will be speaking at the Blockchain Conference Boston 2018 at MIT Nov 17th. The topic will be "How will blockchain technology impact our lifestyle." Tickets are available here

FanWide, world's largest sports club network, backs FanChain

October 17th, 2018

The partnership opens up FANZ to eventually being accepted at the roughly 10,000 third-party bars in the FanWide network. Fans will also be able to use that currency to buy goods on SportsCastr’s not-yet-launched rewards site, fanprizes.com, or through what will eventually be a host of perks, such as merchandise and team tickets, offered via the FanWide platform. Since launching in September 2016, FanWide has helped fans organize and promote more than 750,000 local watch parties.

Read full article on SportTechie.

FanChain to be used by nation's longest running Muay Thai tournament, Friday Night Fights

October 17th, 2018

The company is working with teams and leagues to make FanChain the ubiquitous currency of the sports industry so that additional perks outside of the app can be redeemed with the cryptocurrency over time.

Read full article on SportTechie.

WNBA Players Association Inks Deal with ICO

October 17th, 2018

Following a landmark deal with the NFL [PA] announced in August, live streaming platform SportsCastr has announced a partnership with the Women’s National Basketball Players Association (WNBPA)

Read full article on Yahoo.

NFL Players Union Strikes Deal to Help Athletes Earn Crypto

October 17th, 2018

The players' union for the National Football League (NFL) is partnering with a blockchain startup to help athletes license products on a decentralized network.

Read full article on CoinDesk.

NFLPA Bets on Blockchain-Backed Platform

October 17th, 2018

The NFL Players Association has become one of the first major U.S. sports organizations to bet on blockchain after scooping up a minority stake in SportsCastr.

Read full article on SportTechie.

Former NBA Commissioner David Stern Backs Sports Streaming ICO

October 17th, 2018

It’s now clear what it takes for a former NBA Commissioner to emerge from retirment. David Stern, who was at the helm of the league for three decades starting in the 1980s, has now thrown his weight — and capital — behind blockchain-fueled streaming sports startup SportsCastr, which is behind a new cryptocurrency dubbed FanChain.

Read full article on Yahoo.

Former NBA Commissioner Emerges From Retirement To Back Ethereum-Based Cryptocurrency

October 17th, 2018

The former NBA commissioner, who is credited with increasing the popularity of the NBA in the 1990s and 2000s, has chosen to back FanChain.

Read full article on Forbes.