Fancurve is here, and it plans to overhaul sports fashion. This new platform will focus on building communities around virtual sports clothing and lifestyle collectibles. Fans will have the opportunity to digitally collect, wear, and display their favourite sports clothing.
In addition, Fancurve is also announcing their $6.25 million seeding fund round led by Greenfield One and including Shima Capital, 6th Man Ventures, and OneFootball, to name a few. The debut collection Genesis will drop on April 29th.
Fancurve announces $6.25 million in the latest seed fund round.
The latest round of funding will secure the future of Fancurve and also allow it to grow and develop its platform, including partnerships with athletes, clubs, artists and metaverse companies.
“At Fancurve, we’re focused on updating the meaning of sports fandom – for today’s digital world and redefining what it will become in the future,” said Chris Chaney, Fancurve Founder and CEO. “Our priority is to build a trustworthy and engaging platform for our users as they explore the growing Web3 ecosystem.”
Furthermore, sports fashion is a growing and popular industry, which Fancurve aims to penetrate as a blockchain-enabled digital fashion company. Basically, Fancurve will allow fans to follow their passions and engage with fellow fans. The platform does this through a range of digital football jerseys and other interactive actions.
The investment of $6.25 million by Greenfield and others presents high hopes for the company. Moreover, footballers André Schürrle and Mario Götze are also on board and participated in the seed round.
Finally, for those interested in learning more about this new and exciting company, you don’t have to wait long. Fancurve plans to announce its first wearable drops and a partnership with a leading La Liga football team in May.