besides being in default with the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF)a Bitci he has also not paid the sponsorship amounts he signed with four of the five clubs with which he has a contract in Brazil. According to Sport Machine found out, the company has not remunerated Ceará🇧🇷 Coritiba🇧🇷 Strength and sport🇧🇷 Among the clubs that have signed with the Turkish blockchain company, only Victory is receiving daily.
“Say that with us there is no sponsorship default”, said Fabio Mota, president of Vitória, through the press office of the club from Bahia.
For the time being, three of these clubs, Coritiba, Fortaleza and Sport, maintain the Bitci logo in the list of sponsors on their official websites. From Tuesday (22nd) to Wednesday (23rd), Ceará removed the company’s brand from its official website.
When contacted, no team wanted to comment on the matter, nor will any legal action be filed against the company. On the Bitci website, there are sales announcements for Coritiba and Vitória fan tokens.
This Tuesday (22), the Sport Machine revealed that Bitci has not paid sponsorship fees to the Brazilian team. This motivated the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) to remove the company’s logo from the backdrops of the press conference room, the mixed zone of the Brazilian team in Doha (Qatar) and the entity’s official website.
In 2021, the blockchain platform signed a contract with the CBF that covered the men’s and women’s teams, as well as the basic categories for launching digital assets.
The launch of the official fan token of the Brazilian team took place in July last year, having exhausted a batch of 30 million Brazilian Fan Token (BFT) in 19 minutes. Each fan token cost €0.50. Currently, it is still possible to buy a new batch of fan tokens from the Brazilian team on the Bitci platform.
It is worth remembering that, previously, the company had already lost sponsorship contracts with Sporting (Portugal), Spezia (Italy) and with the McLaren team (Formula 1) due to non-payment.