- Each of the 1,001 pairs of boots is a “Genesis” model.
- Each NFT holder gets placed into a lottery for a trip to Madrid, Spain.
To celebrate the launching of a new collection of 1,001 soccer boot NFTs in STEPN’s “move-to-earn” running app, the company joined up with Spanish soccer club Atletico de Madrid and an all-in-one crypto exchange Whalefin.
Released at the beginning of the year, STEPN has inspired users, both crypto enthusiasts and “non-crypto natives,” to hit the pavement jogging in order to receive incentives for movement in the form of Green Satoshi Tokens (GST).
To start collecting rewards with the STEPN app, users must first buy a sneaker NFT on Solana. Users should be prepared to spend at least a couple SOL to register.
Unique Collection and Special Perks
Atletico de Madrid’s latest collection has 1,001 pairs of soccer cleats, all of which are either common, unusual, or unique. There are 850 regular pairs of boots, each of which is themed after one of the club’s many championships (national or international), 140 unusual pairs, each of which is named after one of the club’s stadiums, and 11 rare pairs, each of which is named after a member of the starting eleven.
Each of the 1,001 pairs of boots is a “Genesis” model, giving its owners access to special perks in the STEPN and app much like those who wore the prior Genesis shoes. In addition, they may be redeemed for benefits inside the Whalefin mobile app.
Each NFT holder gets placed into a lottery for a trip to Madrid, Spain, including hotel and game tickets at Civitas Metropolitano, the home of Atletico de Madrid. The club’s official jersey is awarded to those who have unusual boots, while those who have rare boots get signed jerseys.
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