US’ Fancurve launches digitally wearable sports jerseys





US-based blockchain-enabled digital fashion company Fancurve recently announced the launch of its platform focused on building communities around virtual sports apparel and lifestyle collectibles. By engaging its audience through digitally wearable jerseys and interactive extensions, Fancurve aims to shape the future of digital sports fashion, connecting fans with athletes, clubs, designers and culture-defining brands.

Founded by Chris Chaney and Andrew Nestor, Fancurve is a user-friendly platform with bespoke virtual apparel drops designed by digital fashion designers. Through its community-driven ethos, Fancurve serves as an approachable Web3 launchpad for other fashion and lifestyle brands as they enter the growing metaverse.

Fancurve recently announced the launch of its platform focused on building communities around virtual sports apparel and lifestyle collectibles. By engaging its audience through digitally wearable jerseys, Fancurve aims to shape the future of digital sports fashion, connecting fans with athletes, clubs, designers, and culture-defining brands.

“Our priority is to build a trustworthy and engaging platform for our users as they explore the growing Web3 ecosystem. In doing so, we’re striving to be nothing less than the largest and most innovative digital wearables platform for sports fans across the globe,” said Chris Chaney, Fancurve founder and CEO.

“The Fancurve team excited us with their ambition and expertise across Web3, sports and fashion. We’re proud to work with them as they champion and introduce innovative sports fashion ideas into the metaverse,” said Jascha Samadi, co-founder and partner at Greenfield One.

Fancurve will unveil its suite of initial drops, headlined by a flagship partnership with a top La Liga football club this month.

Fancurve is backed by Greenfield One, Shima Capital, 6th Man Ventures, OneFootball and Reverb Ventures, with angel investment from MP & Silva co-founder Carlo Pozzali, Sorare growth lead Brian O’Hagan and OneFootball CEO Lucas Von Cranach, plus investment from star footballers André Schürrle, Mario Götze and other investors from the crypto, sports and gaming industries.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (KD)





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