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Football Transfers Are Soon To Be Conducted With Bitcoin

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Seven British football clubs are going to pay for players in Bitcoin. This is the result of their partnership with a multi-asset investing platform eToro. 

Newfangled digital assets could potentially come as a replacement for the pound in the transfer industry. On top of that, they are certain that the Blockchain could solve the problem of fake merchandising. 

Numerous representatives claims that they are extremely excited to explore the potential of the Blockchain, blending the latest technological innovations and football in one single entity. 

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