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Ecosystem Update: Sportsverse x Shardeum

Shardeum is delighted to welcome Sportsverse to its ecosystem. Sportsverse is India’s first and largest sports trading platform. Supported by next-gen technologies of Blockchain, Sportsverse envisions providing an immersive sports experience and interactive fan engagement to sports fans across the globe. The platform also promotes experiential learning on trading without overlooking the user excitement of a match experience.

Sports fans can interact, build fan communities, earn from making a good trade, and learn trading strategies through self-guided and practical learnings from trading fan tokens on Sportsverse. It also plans to launch multi-utility features of digital collectibles, sports merchandise, and metaverse in the future.

By joining our ecosystem, Sportsverse is launching a special application for the community where you can interact with Sportsverse features using testnet SHM before it goes live on the mainnet. Besides becoming early adopters of the platform, users also stand a chance to get whitelisted for free and priority airdrops from the Sportsverse platform.

You can go through Sportsverse’s tutorials and guides on their platform:

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Last Updated on June 28, 2023

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