Summary: Qatar World Cup will be the 1st Web3 World Cup for fans According to the introduction by the FIFA World Cup 2022 webpage, the vision outlines FIFA's commitment to using the full potential of technology in football. Aims to support FIFA's vision, bring new momentum to the traditional football industry, and take millions of football ...

Qatar World Cup will be the 1st Web3 World Cup for fans

According to the introduction by the FIFA World Cup 2022 webpage, the vision outlines FIFA's commitment to using the full potential of technology in football. Aims to support FIFA's vision, bring new momentum to the traditional football industry, and take millions of football fans into the world of Web3.0 by World Cup 2022, Dutch football legend Wesley Sneijder with his partner Chinese American serial entrepreneur Qiang Bai are launching the project Kraze Football on the opening day of the World Cup 2022 in Doha, Qatar.

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 The Project of Kraze Football

Kraze Tec Ltd. is a Japan-based global SocialFi platform company. The CEO Qiang Bai is passionate about embedding the technology of Web3 to reconstruct Kyoto's financial structure and financial resilience. Kraze offers football fans to participate in Qatar World Cup 2022 throughout the activities that empower the football traditions by Web3.

 Amid the current bear market and the disaster of FTX, many Web3 professionals are feeling a loss of faith and direction about the industry. Wesley Sneijder and Qiang Bai believe that the power of Web3 lays on the huge potentials it can bring to traditional football world through enhancing models of advertisement, sponsorship, participation and derivative product commerce, etc., not just only a financial game.

 Co-founders of the Project

The Dutch former professional football player Wesley Sneijder was regarded as one of the best midfielders in the world during his prime because of his exceptional playmaking skills. As the most capped Dutchman, Sneijder has played 134 games and represented his country at the 2006, 2010, and 2014 FIFA World Cups, as well as the 2004, 2008, and 2012 UEFA European Football Championships. Qiang Bai is a Chinese American serial entrepreneur located in Tokyo. He has co-founded three well-known US and China publicly listed companies in the internet, RFID, and AI sectors.

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 Enhancing Value to Both Football and Web3.0 industry

From 2013 to now, Sneijder and Qiang Bai have cooperated on various projects to enhance the traditional football industry and Web3.0 field. Through multi-disciplines teamwork, Sneijder and Bai are willing to fill the industry's gaps by constructing a new ecosystem and business model for the football industry for young fans and attracting fresh users to the Web3.0 field. 

Afterthoughts

Sneijder and Bai would supply all football fans and Web3.0 users with opportunities to become a participant in Qatar World Cup 2022. "Without Kraze, you are only an observer. With Kraze, you become a participant!" the CEO of Kraze, Bai, said.