Japanese soccer star Keisuke Honda launches his own crypto

Japanese soccer star Keisuke Honda launches his own crypto

Crypto and blockchain matter for the global soccer community. A Japanese professional soccer player is launching his own cryptocurrency to boost fan engagement.Keisuke Honda, former Japan midfielder and currently a captain of the Brazilian professional league team Botafogo, has launched his own token to build new connections with his fans, Cointelegraph Japan reported on Oct. 22.The so-called “KSK Honda Coin” was launched on Thursday via Rally.io, a blockchain platform for creating video streaming and gaming applications. The new coin is intended to enable fans to interact with....


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