Using Blockchain to interact with fan communities, celebrities can introduce millions of new users into the world. crypto industry. TokenStars, a blockchain-based platform, aims to connect celebrities with fans and advertisers, and already has 15 stars on board.
Supported by celebrities such as world champions Lothar Matthäus and Gianluca Zambrotta Rico Torres and Nikita Kucherov, top scorer in the NHL, TokenStars, is targeting a global market of celebrity management that exceeds 100 billion dollars. The startup aims to disrupt the monopoly of the top 10 talent management agencies controlling over $ 25 billion in contracts. Redfoo (LMFAO), a popular American DJ, hockey star Pavel Datsyuk and Roger Ver, a Bitcoin evangelist, are already using the first platform module to collect money through a Blockchain charity auction
A One-Stop Shop for Celebrity Experiences
Two dozen celebrities, including Paris Hilton, Jamie Foxx and Floyd Mayweather have already approved various projects on Blockchain or publicly invested in ICOs. However, most endorsements are only advertising contracts and do not represent the actual participation in the $ 500 + crypto bln market.
A celebrity management platform powered by the Blockchain could help celebrities to communicate directly with fans and advertisers. with agents who charge high fees. Built on Ethereum, TEAM by TokenStars aims to streamline the way brands, fans, and celebrities interact with each other, that it 's an endorsement contract, a deal, a business, a business. a fan contest or a purchase of merchandise
. An aspiring celebrity gets initial funds to lead a career of their avid fans or via hard-to-obtain advertising contracts. An already established star can find new sources of revenue by selling exclusive merchandise or communication options to fans, launching a contest or charity event, or finding new sponsors.
In return, TokenStars receives a commission of sponsorship and money awards. The commission is paid in tokens, which are bought on the stock market. The growth of symbolic value is a strong incentive for token holders. In addition, token holders are rewarded for locating and voting rising stars. As a result, TokenStars aims to become a one-stop shop for celebrity management actions.
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A Decentralized Ecosystem
The TEAM platform is active, it integrates 12 major modules divided into four layers depending on the function. transparency and scalability and successfully compete with the highly lucrative business of celebrity management today.
The first layer, the crowdfunding, is already online. advertising contracts or support charity initiatives, as well as fans who want to be part of the TEAM ecosystem.
To present its platform in action, TokenStars has already organized two brand contracts. The Contest and Charity module, launched in December 2017, is currently at the initiative of the charity crypto auction, where celebrities donate some of their personal items, all sold at auction. o (ex-LMFAO), Roger Ver, crypto-star, and Tarjei Boe, Olympic champion in biathlon, are just a few of the items sold.
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"One of my favorite things about cryptocurrencies is that they can really make a difference whether it's in business, the arts, sports or now nonprofit, they attract the # 1 Attention of people all over the world on the things that matter.That's why I'm happy to support Crypto Charity Auction by TokenStars, "says Roger Ver, a Bitcoin Evangelist and Early Investor.
Bid on the T-shirt signed Ver helps raise funds for the Mises Institute that promotes teaching and research at the Austrian School of Economics, the individual freedom, honest and international history. Peace, another lot, a T-shir t by Martina Hingis, Wimbledon champion, has already gone up to $ 987, which is 20 times more than the current price. Two other modules of the TokenStars platform will be released in the first quarter of 2018.
TokenStars TEAM is the utility token used in TokenStars platform activities. It includes agency and celebrity refunds, offering exclusive incentives to fans, and rewarding users for the search for rising stars.
To ensure that all activities performed on the platform are verifiable, TokenStars leverages the benefits of Blockchain technology. The decentralized model ensures low money transfer costs and fast transactions, allowing the global community to participate without involving third parties.
Other celebrities are already part of TEAM
After having managed to amass $ 4.9 million TokenStars passes to TEAM, a decentralized platform based on the Blockchain that combines sport and showbiz in an ecosystem that brings celebrities, fans and world-renowned advertisers together under the same roof.
More than 15 international celebrities of entertainment and sports, including FIFA World Cup champions and NHL stars, already support the project. The TokenStars TEAM Advisory Board has renowned names in several industries, such as football (Lothar Matthäus, Gianluca Zambrotta), tennis (Tommy Haas, Cédric Pioline, Robin Soderling), hockey (Nikita Kucherov), Hollywood (Rico Torres) , poker (Alexander Anter), and more.
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The TokenStars TEAM presale started on December 20 and will last until January 27. For a minimum contribution of 1,000 TEAM chips estimated at 0.1 BTC, those participating in the sale will receive a 30% bonus for early risers up to January 27th to February 28th
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