The Greek football team won over its rivals after allowing fans to use block and token technology to vote on match composition. At the same time, the club took fan involvement to a new level.

FC Apollo, which uses’s token platform, won a friendly match against its rival Aris Limassol, Socios reports. Apollo scored six goals with zero goals in his gate.

Thanks to Socios, Apollon fans who bought an APL token were able to vote in a series of polls. This determined the formation of the team on the field and the choice of attacking players. Fans chose the 4-2-Z-1 scheme, i.e. four players in defence, two midfielders, three attacking midfielders and one striker. Tpoe of the four players voted for by the fans scored goals during the match. CEO Alexander Dreyfuss called the day historic Bitcoin Trader and expressed his pride in the level of interaction between fans and the Apollo FC administration:

“Today and Apollon FC have made history. The friendly match against Aris Limassol was the first match to use Blockchain technology, with the help of which fans chose the formation and players. I am very proud that we ensured such a level of interaction with our Apollo partners that the fans voted for the winning combination.

According to Socios, after the match the APL price rose by 1H%. It seems that the club will extend the practice of fans defining important points:

“We want to keep in touch with our fans and represent them in the best possible way… we will give our fans the opportunity to help me and the rest of the team with their choices and I hope they will appreciate the fact that we value their opinion,” said Apollon head coach Soforonis Augusty.

The Socios platform has established partnerships with many football clubs around the world including Barcelona, Pari Saint-Germain and Juventus. The project also issued a Visa debit card so that users could receive rewards and other bonuses from a particular football club.

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