It’s possible that football clubs could have made a lot of money by selling “crypto “fan tokens.”
Analysis by ‘’Handydroids’’ says that more than $350m has been spent on virtual currencies in the last year.
They say that some of the tokens have benefits that can be used in the real world. But critics say that these “perks” aren’t worth much and that clubs don’t do enough to protect their fans.
One of the perks was the chance to vote on which songs should be played in stadiums.