Sara Trontelj
Sep 25, 2018 · 1 min read

Although soccer might be old, it’s definitely entering the digital age with a sprint. The last to jump on the crypto train is Rimin, an Italian club from the third league, which agreed to sell some of its equity for Quantocoin. The latter is a Gibraltar based token, currently in the third stage of the sale.

It is therefore not at all surprising, that the buyer — a company called Heritage Sports Holdings (HSH) — is led by a person who co-founded the QTC project.

Rimini’s club front man Giorgio Grassi was optimistic about the transaction, saying that :“Heritage Sports Holdings, with its partner Quantocoin, will try to bring to the team and to the city new ideas and synergies from the sporting, brand image and technological point of views. Heritage Sports Holdings’ participation is innovative in view of its crypto payment system and its use of blockchain technology.”

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