Starting next week in Sorare we are going to have Daily Power Hours, so, this has inspired me to trial a Personal Power Hour of sales from my own collection — tomorrow!
Whilst I only have a modest Twitter following, I can sense there is some healthy interest from those I chat with about getting access to more fairly priced cards and my aim with this experiment is:
I want to first make this clear that this is not a ‘charity’ event. I have personal motivations also behind trialling this and any deals that are done will only happen if I’m in agreement with prices. …
After you’ve landed on the transfer market for the first time, how are you able to know what is and what isn’t a great deal?!
As a follow up to my post a couple of days ago which helps introduce the basics of Sorare to managers playing Football Index and Footstock I’m going to delve a bit deeper now into what influences player card values.
Transfer market and trade values are a hugely subjective part of the game and the aim of this article is to outline the main factors I think require consideration before you spend any money.
Since February 2019, I’ve spent approx. 350 ETH / £63,000 on Sorare New Auctions and Secondary Market purchases. Over the same period I’ve received over 290 ETH / £52,000 from Player Sales and Manager Trades. This doesn’t make me an expert, but I’d like to think I’ve got a reasonable eye for a fair deal! …
With each passing week and major announcement, Sorare is catching the attention of more and more ‘fantasy football’ managers.
Having enjoyed some great initial chats on Twitter with curious onlookers from the Football Index and Footstock communities, I thought it would be good to document some of the main talking points we’ve chatted about for the benefit of others.
I’m a former investor on Football Index, but have not played Footstock (just followed their progress) and my aim with this blog-post is not to convince anyone that one platform is better than the other, its to help share more insight to those that have yet to discover Sorare so they can make a better informed decision as to whether it might be something worth diversifying into. …