Many Glasgow Rangers fans have been left fuming as an official post from the club emerged.
As per the official website of the Ibrox faithful, the club have now launched a Non-Fungible Token (NFT) scheme to commemorate their 2020/21 title-winning season.
The tokens allow Light Blues supporters to be entered on a blockchain ledger of payments, and there are 1,111 in total.
Teddy Bears have four ways that they can be part of the club’s history through the purchase of NFT’s: ‘The Premiership Medal’, ‘The Invincibles Signed Shirt’, ‘The Champions Trophy Lift – Manager & Club Captain edition’ and ‘The Champions Trophy Lift’, which are all ranked in order of rarity.
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While the opportunities given seem exciting on paper, a lot of Gers just see it as a money-making scheme, given the likely need to purchase several NFT’s to have a good chance of winning.
Stealing the title away from Celtic will always be a momentous occasion for the fans, but they want to concentrate on this season now and retain the trophy, rather than ostentatiously milk last term’s success.
Rangers fans on NFT scheme
These RFC supporters fumed as the scheme was shared on Twitter, with one even going as far as to claim that it is ‘unbelievable’:
“Get this in the bin”
“Nah you’re alright”
“Money money money – not everyone is made of it”
“Yeaaahhhhh don’t think you’re onto a winner here Rangers.”
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