OliveX and the Hong Kong Premier League’s RCFC in a breakthrough innovation for the region
October 5, 2021 – OliveX, the Hong Kong-based digital health and fitness company and Resources Capital Football Club (RCFC), which plays in the Hong Kong Premier League, are pleased to announce that the first non-fungible (NFT) tokens created for A Asian Football Club will be auctioned from 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, October 12 until 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, October 13, 2021 (HKT).
Legendary OliveX RCFC NFT Card
Collectors will be able to bid for a wide range of NFTs, some of which come with real benefits, through the new Cantonese language dedicated NFT website of Hong Kong Football Club HK Football NFT or through a dedicated English language page. OpenSea – Hong Kong # 1 NFT Football.
The full line of “Player NFT” is available, the most prestigious being the “Legendary Card” from captain and goalkeeper Lam Chun Kit. People can also buy “player boxes”, containing either one player card or three player cards, which are randomly selected and delivered, so that buyers will not know which player cards they are getting until they draw. their package.
Keith Rumjahn, CEO of OliveX, said: “There is tremendous excitement within the Asian football community as we open up the market for NFTs and other digital innovations in the region.
“Passionate fans drive the sport forward and we are extremely proud that OliveX is the first company to create a line of NFT collectibles for an Asian football club in the Hong Kong Premier League.
“This initiative is closely watched by other sports clubs in Asia, not just soccer clubs, and we aim to be one of the leading creators of NFT sports collectibles in the region.”
Special promotions RCFC NFT
This historic movement for Asian football is designed to help build the RCFC fan community and its connection with the team, both on and off the pitch.
Real perks and perks have been designed to accompany some NFTs to increase direct fan engagement with players and the club and to highlight the benefits of being an NFT collector.
In the first promotion, anyone who successfully bids for the Legendary Card of Team Captain and Goalkeeper Lam Chun Kit will receive one year of free access to all RCFC home football matches.
The second promotion is for anyone who collects the entire RCFC Football NFT Series. They will take advantage of the opportunity to get a t-shirt with autographs of the players, and either a face-to-face with a member of the team, or even the possibility of training with the team. of the RCFC.
These are limited availability opportunities and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
OliveX is also creating a set of epic autograph NFT cards as gifts for the players of the RCFC football team and the management team to show their support.
Auction details on HK Football NFT website
This is a live auction, meaning that the highest bid wins in the end.
First connect a MetaMask or Portis crypto wallet to the website. Once the auction has started, people can bid for the one-of-a-kind Lam Chun Kit Legendary Card, which starts at 1 Eth.
Place a bid for the number of WETH for the NFT. From the second bidder, the minimum mark-up is 5% higher than that of the last bid. There is also a reminder indicating the auction end date when the winning bidder will be notified.
Each digital card is registered as a unique token on the Ethereum blockchain, where all transactions are recorded. Players can buy and sell cards from other players.
Learn more about the RCFC NFT auction process: RCFC NFT Auction Tips
Harry Tang, RCFC President, said: “We are excited to partner with OliveX to see how our innovative NFT strategy can help transform the future of the club both online and on the pitch.
“Our club motto ‘Dare to Challenge’ is at the heart of everything we do and we believe our fans will embrace this new technology as a way to support their club and give them the chance to own a unique piece of the club and its story. . We think this shift to NFT is going to be extremely popular with Asian football fans. “
Lam Chun Kit, RCFC captain, said: “The whole team is thrilled to be the first Asian club to launch NFTs and there will no doubt be a friendly competition between players to see which cards are the most popular. !
OliveX and Animoca brands
OliveX founding shareholder Animoca Brands recently announced a number of its own NFT rights and digital asset deals with Manchester City’s men’s and women’s teams, Melbourne City FC and Queens Park Rangers FC.
NFTs are digital assets and collectibles whose authenticity, rarity, rarity, ownership, and other properties are independently guaranteed, verified and secured on the blockchain. Unlike most digital content, which is temporarily released to users on a licensed basis, NFTs are truly owned and can achieve significant value as digital collectibles and sports memorabilia. NFT owners are free to sell them in a marketplace, trade them in for other items, or just collect and display them.
OliveX is renowned for its ability to combine premium content, artificial intelligence, gamification, analytics and new products to engage and motivate consumers.
Further details and news will be available on OliveX and Hong Kong # 1 NFT websites and social media – https://linktr.ee/olivexai
Video and photography of the new RCFC NFTs and a recent event with the team are available here
For more information, contact:
Telephone: +44 789 666 8155
OliveX is a digital health and fitness company that sells innovative products and applications to deliver unique user experiences using artificial intelligence, gamification, and premium content. The OliveX Fitness Metaverse provides platforms that allow real-world fitness to merge with the digital world to engage consumers with brands, influences and coaches. OliveX reaches those who exercise at home, in the gym or outdoors in over 170 countries.
To find out more, visit www.olivex.ai
About RCFC Ltd
Resources Capital Football Club (RCFC) is a professional football club from Hong Kong currently participating in the Hong Kong Premier League. The RCFC was founded by Mr. Wong Chun Hung Hanson and Mr. Tang Wai Ho Harry in 2016, as part of a corporate social responsibility initiative to encourage adolescents to participate in sports. Since then, the club has gained supporters of all ages and across Hong Kong.
The RCFC started participating in the Hong Kong Premier League in 2020-2021. To provide more opportunities for young people to enjoy football, he created U14, U16 and U18 teams to participate in the first Hong Kong Youth Premier League. He also established the Resources Capital Pak Hei Futsal Academy in 2019 to promote football training for children.
To learn more, visit https://rcfc.com.hk/