The NFT StadioPlus platform allows you to customize logos and designs in the world of sports.
StadioPlus was founded by Jon Fatelevich who had the idea of bringing sports and blockchain together.
The Spanish platform StadioPlus launched a new marketplace for white-label non-fungible tokens (NFTs), aimed at organizations linked to sports, the training sector, brands and athletes.
As explained in a statement sent to CriptoNoticias, the new platform operates in the “software as a service” (SaaS) style, which allows the creation of NFTs without the need for a programming team. They add that the NFTs already created can also be sold in the secondary market to later resell them and thus monetize them.
Furthermore, trading with white label NFTs means that companies and brands they will have the possibility to customize their own platforms of non-fungible tokens with your logos, designs, elements and your own functions for your collectibles.
The platform operates on blockchains of Binance and Ethereum. However, it plans to join more networks in the near future.
StadioPlus, founded in June 2021, seeks to work with those organizations or sports brands that want to “provide obvious added value”, which is to serve “a leading company in the NFT and metaverse sector”, according to its statement.
They add that “they have extensive experience conducting NFTs of top-tier athletes, competitions, and sports organizations, which are present in metaverses like Decentraland.”
Its CEO, Jon Fatelevich, a former basketball player who has been training in the world of negotiation, marketing and networking since his retirement in 1999, speaks on this topic.
NFTs and the metaverse are a new mode of business for the world of sports, eSports and training. This is where StadioPlus has focused and where we hope that the revenue that is currently being achieved can be increased exponentially.
Jon Fatelevich, CEO and co-founder of StadioPlus.
Much of the company’s Board of Directors is made up of influential people from the world of sports. Regarding this, Carles Montrull, CPO of StadioPlus, highlighted that they have been working hard in recent months to launch the SaaS.
«It was a requirement made by our own clients for whom we had made NFT collections. Many of them have millions of fans on their social networks, so it will be much easier for them to get started and monetize in the world of NFTs and the metaverse through our platforms,” Montrull said.
The project was born with the hope of uniting blockchain technology with sports. His first NFT collection came out in July 2021, led by Javier Zanetti and Javier Arrés, as reported by CriptoNoticias at the time.