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Stepn's new partnership with La Liga soccer club Atlético de Madrid brings 1,001 exclusive NFT soccer boots to the move-to-earn app.

 

Stepn's new partnership with La Liga soccer club Atlético de Madrid brings 1,001 exclusive NFT soccer boots to the move-to-earn app.

Stepn has teamed up with Spanish soccer team Atlético de Madrid and all-in-one crypto exchange Whalefin to release a new collection of 1,001 soccer boot NFTs in Stepn’s “move-to-earn” running app. 


Since its release at the beginning of the year, Stepn has encouraged crypto fans and “non-crypto natives” alike to lace up their running shoes and hit the asphalt to earn rewards for movement in the form of Green Satoshi Tokens (GST). 


The Stepn app requires the purchase of a sneaker NFT on Solana before people can begin earning rewards. New users should expect to pay at least a couple of SOL to get started. 


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Stepn is the talk of Crypto Twitter: an app that rewards you in crypto for exercising outdoors. But first you have to buy a pricey sneaker NFT. Stepn CMO Shiti Manghani joined the gm podcast to talk about how the app works, its GST and GMT tokens, Stepn's recent decision regarding China, and why the future for NFTs is utility.


Each of the 1,001 soccer boots in Atlético de Madrid’s new collection falls into one of three different groups: common, uncommon, or rare. The 850 common boots are themed around the club’s national and international titles, the 140 uncommon boots are inspired by the club’s stadiums and the 11 rare boots are a reference to the starting squad. 


All 1,001 boots are of the “Genesis” variety, meaning that like previous Genesis sneakers, they net their owners exclusive rewards within the Stepn and app. They also entitle owners to rewards within Whalefin’s app. 


Every NFT owner is automatically entered into a prize draw for a holiday and hotel accommodation, in addition to tickets to a match at Atlético de Madrid’s home stadium, Civitas Metropolitano. 


Holders of uncommon boots receive the club’s official shirt, while holders of rare boots will receive autographed shirts.

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