Your exclusive NFT of the brand new OFC Jersey 2022
Exclusive to OneFootballers
Every NFT holder is eligible for the OneFootball Jersey drop in January
OneFootball NFTs are built on the green Flow blockchain rather than on Ethereum
What is an NFT?
NFT stands for non-fungible token. It is a unit of data stored on a digital ledger, called a blockchain, that certifies a digital asset to be unique. NFTs represent a unique good or asset, like digital art. They can be sold to collectors.
Where can I see my NFT?
You can see your claimed NFT on this website as well as any NFT collection viewer where our NFT's metadata is supported. We plan to add support for Blocto and .find to start with.
Is my NFT safe or will my colleagues steal it from me?
Media and metadata for our NFTs are stored safely and properly in a distributed fasion. Metadata is stored on-chain, while media is stored in an open distributed system known as IPFS (InterPlanetary File System), which is the system of choice for other well-known NFTs, such as the Beeple work that was sold by Christie’s.
Will OneFootball create this NFT for new joiners in 2022?
No, the NFT is distributed to people who work in the company as of December 24th, 2021.
When will I get the jersey?
The Brand Marketing & Design team is working hard to make the jersey available to everyone in January. More information will follow.
Can I resell my NFT?
Once you have received your NFT, you can offer it for sale on any marketplace supporting the Flow blockchain. However, it's the first NFT of OneFootball and it might be worth more in the future.
Can I transfer my NFT to my Metamask (Ethereum) Wallet?
No, the NFT you purchased is on the Flow blockchain and is not compatible with Ethereum wallets. You can, however, transfer your NFT to another Flow wallet address. That feature is not built as part of the app yet so feel free to approach us if you need to transfer your NFT.
Am I forced to use a custodial wallet?
A custodial service owns the private key to your wallet and holds your assets in custody. The third-party wallet we use (Blocto) is a custodial service. For most users, they will be fine with Blocto owning their private keys and holding their OneFootball NFT. On the other hand, non-custodial services give users complete control over their wallets and digital assets. Know that, if you want, you have the option to turn on non-custodial mode in the Blocto settings.
Aren't NFTs bad for the environment?
In most other systems, yes. Most NFTs are sold on Ethereum, which uses “Proof of Work”, a system that by design takes a lot of work, i.e. compute power. The amount of electricity involved to do this work in blockchains is equivalent to the energy use for a small nation! We avoid this problem by using Flow, which means our NFTs have 1/1000th of the environmental footprint of NFTs on Ethereum.
What makes the Flow blockchain so green?
Flow usings the “Proof of Stake” model, as opposed to “Proof of Work”. Flow is secured by the stake (i.e. financial value) the operators lock up, instead of the energy they burn.Flow uses less than 1 GWh of power/year (less than many stadiums). Ethereum is thousands of times more at ~8TWh/year. Finally, Flow runs mostly on nodes operated by carbon free energy.