January 27, 2022 at 11:40 am by Thomas
Mon, Marseille Olympics, wore the logo on the left sleeve of the jersey. The other, AS Monaco, on the right thigh of the court. Common point to the two teams, which are not the only ones in football, and sport in general, they erased the mark of Iqoniq, well before the end of the partnership.
OM and ASM signed Iqoniq until 2023
We mentioned them when they were signed, at the start of 2020 with OM, and about a month later, with Monaco. The Princely Rock where precisely, Iqoniq had its headquarters, at its creation, in the form of an LLCin November 2019. The contracts had been signed until 2023, but Iqoniq went down on one knee before, as detailed The temperature this Wednesday.
A cryptocurrency produced from the princely rock
The platform wanted to be at the border, of social media and commerce on the blockchain, with its IQQ currency, to allow access to premium: content, derivative products, meeting with sports stars… As displayed by its official site, its release was scheduled for 2021. Except that The temperature writes that Iqoniq has been liquidated, abandoned by destitute consumers and business partners.
One of the biggest cryptocurrency-based sports fan platforms, IQONIQ, has gone into liquidation, leaving thousands of fans with tokens that are now virtually worthless.
— Times Sport (@TimesSport) January 26, 2022
The price of IQQ has plummeted since its launch
The British media mentions in particular the 820,000 euros which would be due to Real Sociedad, in the Spanish Liga. While the brand’s website is still accessible, it appears the tokens are no longer available for sale. Launched at 0.12 euros in 2021, the IQQ is now only worth 0.003886 euros.