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Flare Partners with FCF to Launch First DAO Professional Sports Team
- Flare partners with Fan Controlled Football (FCF).
- This collaboration aims to power NFTs and create the first DAO Professional Sports Team.
- CEOs of both parties expressed their enthusiasm in the said partnership.
Flare, a highly decentralized smart contract platform that runs EVM on payment chains like and Doge, has announced its partnership with Fan Controlled Football (FCF). This collaboration aims to power the league’s collectible NFTs and pave the way for a decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) voting platform–creating the first professional sports team that is controlled by a DAO on a blockchain.
The professional sports league FCF will mint and issue its very first commemorative Season v1.0 NFTs on Flare. Each NFT will contain a video clip of a significant moment from the first season.
Expect encapsulated videos like Josh “Flash” Gordon’s game-winning hail mary catch in his first FCF game or Johnny Manziel’s first snap in the league, and the game-winning walk-off touchdown in the FCF People’s Championship game.
Upon the start of Season v2. …
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