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Sports Ledger: It’s time to modernise the sports industry

A cutting-edge platform that delivers an immersive experience with global sports and is built upon tiers of technological innovat

stage Ended crowdsale

3.4 Rating

by 2 users


    • Employees22


    man Thomas Hal Robson-Kanu


    A veracious advocate of blockchain technology and with over four years of experience within the space,
    International & Premier League professional football player and Co-Founder of Sports Ledger, Thomas Hal
    Robson-Kanu. With a career not only as an elite athlete within the top tiers of his profession and a young
    entrepreneur, but also as an early adopter of this revolutionary technology. A true crypto-enthusiast, Thomas Hal Robson-Kanu’s talent at spotting future sporting and technology trends from their early inception, has enabled him to become the first professional football player in the English Premier League to conceptualise and develop alongside an accredited team, a game changing blockchain based platform.

    man Fabian Kippenberg


    Co-Founder of Sports Ledger. Fabian Kippenberg is the former Deputy Mayor and Chairman of the Committee for Planning, Transport and Environment in the City of Mettmann (Germany). He completed his studies at HeinrichHeine-University Duesseldorf with a Bachelor of Arts Degree (B.A. in Social Sciences); at University Duisburg-Essen with a Bachelor of Science Degree (B.Sc. in Applied Communication and Media Science) and studying at the Faculty of Law at Hagen University, with a Master of Mediation (M.M). He worked as a professional paramedic and volunteer firefighter in his hometown Mettmann, moving on to being Public Relations Officer for the Federal German Agency of Technical Relief (THW). Fabian Kippenberg established an international advertising and graphic design agency Sommerprint GmbH, which he still leads as a Managing Director. During his role at Sommerprint GmbH, Fabian began to expand in a new direction by developing new business opportunities within the space of cryptocurrencies. Fabian led the successful ICO in 2017 and is now an active Blockchain Consultant and Founder of the Sports Ledger.

    man Bozidar Ijacic


    Co-Founder of Sports Ledger. Bozidar Ijacic completed his studies at the University of Westminster, London, with a Bachelor of Arts Honours Degree (B.A. in Architecture and Environment Design, RIBA pt.I).
    A born entrepreneur, with a keen eye for trends, details and passionate to advance and learn alongside
    technological innovations, he went on to self-learn, create and release his first mobile application in 2011.
    Later founding an independent games and application development studio. With worldwide recognition by
    Apple and Google alike, he continues to design and invent fun and useful software. Bozidar Ijacic continue to develop new business ventures within the cryptocurrency and Blockchain space. An active Blockchain and ICO Specialist Strategy Consultant he is always focusing to grow and pioneer revolutionary platforms, most recently;Sports Ledger.

    man David Robson-Kanu


    Football Association Licensed Agent and Co-Founder of Sports Ledger. David Robson-Kanu started his career amongst the upper echelons providing private security and protection with specialist logistics within close protection. Seeking to integrate his understanding and experience with clients to the sports world, David Robson-Kanu went on to become the youngest Football Association Licensed Agent to date. His success and attitude towards innovation has lead David to mentor and represent as an agent, professional sports figures from athletes to coaches and procure and negotiate employment and endorsement contracts on their behalf. Accustom to the sporting world and in and out workings.

    man Robin Mohseni

    Data Scientist & Analytics Programmer

    Robin Mohseni is a career Data Scientist with a huge
    amount of experience in the Sports Betting sector. He
    was the Head of Quantitative Analysis at Coral for several years, building automated data-driven algorithmic models. After some time at PwC, Robin set up a private consultancy and has taken a keen interest in Blockchain technology.
    Robin graduated from the University of Liverpool, with a
    degree in Mathematics (BSc Hons). His areas of expertise include a sound knowledge of the Financial and Sports Betting sectors, along with a keen interest in Mathematics, Algorithmic design, Computer Programming, Software Development and Data Science.

    Merle Sommer

    Chief Marketing Officer

    Franziska Saischek

    Lead Designer

    Igor Vukasinov

    Product Officer


    man Kieran Arasaratnam

    Social Entrepreneur and Founder of UInspire

    Kieran Arasaratnam is the founder of Uinspire, a social enterprise platform disrupting old models of impact investment. He has an investment banking career spanning 15 years, having worked with Barclays Capital in Singapore, and with Morgan Stanley and HSBC in London and New York where he was a head of global macro FX structuring. Over the course of his career, he has led various initiatives driving banking innovation and new technology that has transformed the industry. All the while he has dedicated his spare time to charitable causes around the world.
    By launching Uinspire, Kieran has been able to draw upon his knowledge of finance to help build a global network effecting positive social change. He also launched Uinspire Global Leadership Events, which brings together influential thought leaders from the world of finance, business and impact investment. In January, he launched the Uinspire Digital Academy, a program offering digital training, leadership and communication skills to empower underprivileged youths in his native Sri Lanka. Kieran is a visiting lecturer and an advisory board member of Imperial College Business School in London where he earned his PhD. He is also a founding member of Imperial College Financial Signal Processing Research Group. He is an alumni of Harvard University's Emerging Leadership programme and fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.

    man Marcus Balogh

    Communications & PR Advisor

    Senior communications and brand expert, strong business acumen with a strategic and advisory perspective. Proven track record in leadership positions in highly-matrixed financial services and insurance companies.
    Extensive expertise in:
    - developing & executing effective integrated PR and marketing strategies and plans
    - corporate and executive communications
    - national and international media relations
    - building stakeholder support and engagement through print, digital, social media and video campaigns
    - thought-leadership positioning
    - digital content marketing
    - brand management
    - employee communication and change management
    Proficient both in English and German.
    International Experience:
    Hong Kong (2006-2007)
    New York (2007-2009)
    Hong Kong (2009-2016)

    man Dan Harrington

    Sports Legal Advisor

    Founding partner of Level, advising clients operating at the highest levels in international sports and media markets. Lawyer and business adviser with over 20 years experience of negotiating, managing and advising on major deals, issues and disputes in:
    - sports media rights
    - major events
    - broadcasting, production, formats
    - digital and social media
    - stats, data and betting
    - player contracts, transfers and image rights
    - advertising, sponsorship and marketing
    - intellectual property
    Experienced in all major sports and markets internationally including the UK, Europe, Middle East, Africa, US and Asia.

    man Dan Lowen

    Sports Legal Advisor

    I’m an experienced sports lawyer and Partner at Level, an innovative new sports, media and entertainment law firm: www.level.law
    Here’s what the independent legal directories say about me:
    ➢ Who’s Who Legal, Sports & Entertainment: Daniel is "a true expert" in the field of sports law. He is praised for his “impressive” commercial and regulatory understanding and advises clients on player transfers, sponsorship and disciplinary issues. His talent-side work is "first class".
    ➢ Chambers and Partners: Daniel is recognised for his standing in the football market. In addition to a thriving regulatory and disciplinary practice, he boasts exceptional knowledge of the rules surrounding the activities of intermediaries. Daniel is particularly active advising sporting individuals and their agents.
    ➢ Legal 500: Daniel represented Burnley FC in securing a record compensation award for [Danny Ings].
    I’m recognised as a leading adviser in the football industry and across other sports. I act for clubs, intermediaries and players on a wide range of issues, from player transfers and commercial opportunities (including sponsorship and image rights arrangements) to disputes, regulatory and disciplinary matters. My clients include numerous talent management agencies and I advise international athletes, cyclists and players throughout the sports industry, from talented young stars of the future through to global icons. I also act for English and overseas clubs, governing bodies, leagues, event organisers, sponsors and suppliers on a variety of commercial, contentious and regulatory issues.
    I regularly speak at conferences and am the author of the chapters on the FA’s Regulations on Working with Intermediaries in the textbooks ‘Football and the Law’ (due for publication in early 2018) and ‘The FIFA Regulations on Working with Intermediaries: Implementation at National Level’.
    Specialties: Legal services
    Sports business and sports marketing
    Sports dispute resolution

    man David Orman

    Sports, Media & Blockchain Advisor

    David has a unique background across the worlds of venture capital, start-ups, marketing, digital media, entertainment and sport. David spent the early part of his career at Eurosport Television where he was Sales Director across the UK, US and Scandinavia markets.
    David has since worked for some of the world’s most high profile entrepreneurs at companies including 19 Entertainment, Joost, Queens Park Rangers FC, Templewood Merchant Bank and Outer Capital (Family Office). In May 2014 David co-founded Hatch-House [www.hatch-house.com], a specialist venture consultancy working with high growth companies and corporates across the media, sport, betting and fintech sectors. Hatch-House is currently working on projects in the AI, eSports, blockchain, cryptocurrency and payments sectors. David is also a Non-Executive Director and a guest lecturer.

    Maria Jones

    Digital Marketing & PR Executive Advisor

    Alfonso Delgado De Molina

    Blockchain Advisor & Smart Contracts Specialist

    Crowdsale details

    Distribution of tokens
    • Crowdsale (60%)
    • Founders (5%)
    • Core Team (5%)
    • Advisor & Ambassadors (6%)
    • Bounties & Marketing Incentives (3%)
    • Partnership Incentives (5%)
    • Foundation (16%)
    Budget allocation
    • Research & Development (10%)
    • Operations (7%)
    • Infrastructure (10%)
    • Marketing & Sales (20%)
    • Content & Licenses (15%)
    • Partner Integrations (5%)
    • Legal & Compliance (10%)
    • Human Resources (15%)
    • Contingency (8%)
    Details Indicators
    Token Symbol SPSL
    Full Token Name Sports Ledger token
    Pre-crowdsale Start November 1st, 00:00 GMT+03:00
    Pre-crowdsale End December 27th, 00:00 GMT+03:00
    Crowdsale Start December 27th, 00:00 GMT+03:00
    Crowdsale End Hard cap is reached or January 21st, 00:00 GMT+03:00
    Crowdsale Hard Cap Fixed, 72160 ETH
    Crowdsale Soft Cap Yes, 6494 ETH
    Domain owner Individual

    Cost of the token

    1 token for 0.00064 eth

    Price without discounts


    30% Bonus - 10,500,000 SPSL tokens
    20% Bonus - 10,500,000 SPSL tokens
    10% Bonus - 10,500,000 SPSL tokens

    Accepted currency

    • Ethereum

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    Matija Spasovic December 02, 2018
    Rating of project


    This project will surprise a lot of sport entusiastic people, including me! Very unique and nice idea that could be first in the world platform one day. This is new step into sport world for all fans and teams.

    Risks and disadvantages

    I dont see many risks here couse of unique idea. However i think it needs a lot of effort to push this idea through the top100 projects and make it even stronger between competion if there is any. Marketing and advertise is everything novadays.


    Overall i think this project is good to make some profits and hodl for a long term, everything looks legit from whitepaper to team and website, i suggest to invest here!

    Denys Serhiichuk August 26, 2018
    Rating of project


    Team consists of lots of members. It means their professionalism. Founders have worked too much over documentations. There are Whitepaper, whitepaper summary, Handout, Overview, Terms and conditions, Legal Notice. In addition, there are bonuses for early investors.

    Risks and disadvantages

    Despite the fact, that there are lots of social platforms, where people can get information about the platform, they are not active. For instance, Bitcointalk thread has only 4 pages from 21 April. Thus, there is no working product. That is a significant drawback. Moreover, there isn't anything about partners.


    Overall, it is noticed that the team has been working over the platform development. However, more work is to be done. There is no MVP, and it is difficult to get the whole project idea.


    Frequently Asked Question

    What are SPSL tokens used for?

    Sports Ledger SPSL tokens are ERC20 standard tokens based on Ethereum Blockchain powered smart contract. SPSL token is a utility token to be used as the key to access the Sports Ledger platform and the services it has to offer.

    Are there any country specific restrictions?

    Yes, there are specific country restrictions. Due to laws and regulations, nationals of United States, Singapore, People’s Republic of China, Socialist Republic of Vietnam or residents of a country where American embargoes and sanctions are in force, namely Iran, North Korea, Syria, Sudan, or Cuba cannot participate.

    What is an Initial Token Offering (ITO)?

    An Initial Token Offering (ITO) is a type of crowdfunding that allows for the issuance of digital tokens in exchange for ether contributions. These tokens grant contributors the ability to use the services within Sports Ledger platform.

    When does the Initial Token Offering launch?

    Sports Ledger Pre-ITO will go live on the 1st November 2018, 12:00 GMT. It will end on the 27th December 2018, 11:59 GMT.
    Sports Ledger ITO will go live on the 27th December 2018, 12:00 GMT. It will end on the 21st February 2019, 23:59 GMT.

    How do I get Sports Ledger SPSL tokens?

    Sports Ledger SPSL tokens will ONLY be available on www.sportsledger.io →
    Participants will need to use ether (ETH). 1. Read the Whitepaper, Legal Terms & Conditions and check the FAQ. By participating, individuals agree to all SPORTS LEDGER Terms & Conditions. 2. Click on Contribute button found on homepage and follow further instructions.

    Can I contribute using fiat currencies?

    Unfortunately at this time we do not accept contributions using fiat currencies (USD, EURO, GBP). However please feel free to exchange your fiat currencies for Ethereum ETH in order to contribute.

    Should I send ETH from an exchange?

    To contribute all you need is an Ethereum compatible wallet with support for ERC20 tokens MyEtherWallet →. Please, do not send ether (ETH) directly from a cryptocurrency exchange. This is to avoid any loss of funds. Make sure your wallet is ERC20 compatible and private keys are in your full control and possession.

    Is there a Know Your Customer vetting process?

    Yes, Sports Ledger will conduct a KYC process as part of the registration and participation procedure.
    KYC Terms and Conditions →

    How will SPSL tokens be transferred to my wallet?

    Upon the receipt of ETH to our smart contract address, the ITO smart contract will automatically send SPSL tokens to the participant’s original ETH address. The SPSL tokens will be delivered once the token generation event concludes.

    When will SPSL be listed on an exchange?

    SPSL tokens will be listed and available on exchanges soon after the token generation event concludes.
    Roadmap →

    Are SPLS tokens securities?

    In view of the legal advice and opinions gathered during the preparation process, SPSL tokens would not be deemed as securities by the SEC based on the Supreme Court's Howey Test.

    I have a question? Where should I ask?

    Please feel free to contact us on [email protected] with any questions or enquires.

    What is the Sports Ledger platform?

    The Sports Ledger platform is based on a series of core innovations layers that will leverage the power of new technologies to enrich users’ experiences. Amongst this suite of technologies are artificial intelligence and machine learning, which will provide accurate predictive analytics. In addition, blockchain and smart contracts will serve as the backbone of the ecosystem, allowing tokens to be transferred by way of rewards between platform users. Biometric data will also be stored on the platform in a tamper-resistant manner, allowing athletes to create their own digital passports and to share this information with select users.

    What is the difference between the Sports Ledger platform and other sporting platforms?

    Sports Ledger is built on the basis of integrating Blockchain technologies with a SPSL token cryptocurrency using Ethereum based smart-contracts. This allows it to remove intermediaries and mistakes being made within sports data. To date there is no other sporting platforms offering this level of detail and scope.

    What is the difference between ITO and Pre-ITO?

    ITO, or Initial Token Offering, is a mechanism for raising funds for a new cryptocurrency venture and start-up companies. In an ICO, a quantity of the crowdfunded cryptocurrency is sold to participants in the form of "tokens", in exchange for other cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin or Ethereum. These tokens become functional units within the project when the ITO's funding goal is met and the project launches.

    Pre-ITO is conducted before the main ITO fundraising for the project begins. A Pre-ITO is conducted to test and verify the demand for the project, get support from the community and expand the budget for marketing in the ITO. Most Pre-ITO fundraisers offer a bonus reward to early participants.

    What is Blockchain?

    Blockchain is a distributed database that doesn’t have storage devices connected to a shared server. This database stores a continuously growing list of records, called blocks, which are linked and secured using cryptography. Each block typically contains a cryptographic hash of the previous block, a timestamp and transactional data. Read more in Wikipedia →

    What is Smart Contract?

    A smart contract is a computer protocol intended to digitally facilitate, verify, or enforce the negotiation or performance of a contract. Smart contracts allow the performance of credible transactions without third parties. These transactions are trackable but irreversible. Read more in Wikipedia →

    What is Cryptocurrency?

    A cryptocurrency (or crypto currency) is a digital asset designed to work as a medium of exchange that uses cryptography to secure its transactions, to control the creation of additional units, and to verify the transfer of assets. Cryptocurrencies are a type of digital currencies, alternative currencies and virtual currencies. Cryptocurrencies use decentralized control as opposed to centralized electronic money and central banking systems. The decentralized control of each cryptocurrency works through a blockchain, which is a public transaction database, functioning as a distributed ledger. Read more in Wikipedia →

    When is the ITO (Initial Token Offering)?

    Sports Ledger Pre-ITO will go live on the 1st November 2018, 12:00 GMT. It will end on the 27th December 2018, 11:59 GMT.
    Sports Ledger ITO will go live on the 27th December 2018, 12:00 GMT. It will end on the 21st February 2019, 23:59 GMT.

    How many SPSL tokens will be sold during the ITO?

    588,000,000 SPSL tokens will be sold during the Sports Ledger ITO. Sixty percent of all SPSL tokens ever created will be sold during ITO.

    What will happen to unsold SPSL tokens?

    All unsold tokens from the Pre-ITO will be transferred to the ITO and availability of those tokens will be added on to the total SPSL amount already set in the ITO.

    Any unsold tokens after the ITO ends, will be transferred to a new smart contract for safe keeping. Unsold SPSL tokens will be locked away under Sports Ledger Foundation ownership. These tokens will become vested and placed into cold storage for 5 years. Each year the foundation will receive twenty percent of these unsold funds to further help with platform development or community integration.

    What will happen if soft cap is not met?

    Our soft cap has been set strategically to ensure the Sports Ledger core team can effectively and securely deliver on outlined topics within the Whitepaper, SPSL token and Sports Ledger platform. If our soft cap is not met, all participants shall be refunded through our smart contract, with deductions for any network fees and gas expenses.

    Will the Pre-ITO have a Bonus structure?

    Early participants who contribute will benefit from the bonus structure. Each transaction within the set allocated token availability amount, will be eligible for an additional bonus on their participation amount. First 55 million tokens distributed will benefit from an additional 30% bonus, further 55 million tokens, 20% bonus and remaining 55 million tokens, 10% bonus.

    How much SPSL tokens will I get for 1 ETH?

    The price for the ITO period is set at 1 ETH = 2,500 SPSL.

    Which wallet should I use to purchase SPSL tokens?

    The SPSL token is an Ethereum based ERC20 token. Token holders can easily store and manage their SPSL tokens using existing Ethereum wallets and clients including the official Ethereum wallet, Mist, MyEtherWallet.com. To contribute all you need is an Ethereum compatible wallet with support for ERC20 tokens MyEtherWallet →

    Please, do not send ether ETH directly from any cryptocurrency exchange. This is to avoid any loss of funds. Make sure your wallet is ERC20 compatible and private keys are in your full control and possession.

    Always remember that you must have access to your private keys to be the rightful owner of the tokens. Please be careful and never share private keys with anyone.

    Can I participate in the Sports Ledger ITO without creating an Ethereum address?

    No, participants must have a wallet in order to receive their SPSL tokens. Since SPSL tokens are released on the Ethereum blockchain, you will need an Ethereum address to receive and store Sports Ledger tokens.

    The following Ethereum wallets are some of the supported wallets you can use to store SPSL tokens: Ethereum wallet, Mist, MyEtherWallet.com or other wallets in which you have access to your private keys.

    Always remember that you must have access to the relevant private keys to be the rightful owner of the tokens. Please be careful and never share private keys with anyone. Storing tokens on exchanges does not grant you access to a private key.

    What is the legal structure of Sports Ledger?

    Sports Ledger Foundation is incorporated in the Cayman Islands. The Sports Ledger team is an international team made up of members, advisers and ambassadors located all over the world. The head office is currently located in London, United Kingdom

    What was soft and hard caps of the ICO campaign?

    The soft cap of the ITO campaign is 11,640 ETH, the maximum hard cap was 194,000 ETH.

    Will there be additional SPSL tokens created after the ITO?

    No further SPSL tokens will ever be created after the ITO concludes. Total Token Allocation for ITO is 588,000,000 SPSL tokens.

    Explanation of SPSL tokens distribution structure?

    Token Sale 60%
    Founders 5%
    Core Team 5%
    Advisor & Ambassadors 6%
    Bounties & Marketing Incentives 3%
    Partnership Incentives 5%
    Foundation 16%

    How will the funds generated during the ITO and Pre-ITO be used?

    Research & Development 10%
    Operations 7%
    Infrastructure 10%
    Marketing & Sales 20%
    Content & Licenses 15%
    Partner Integrations 5%
    Legal & Compliance 10%
    Human Resources 15%
    Contingency 8%

    What are SPSL tokens and why are they needed?

    SPSL tokens are not stocks, goods or investments. SPSL is a revolutionary token that will empower a wave of innovation in the world of sports, allowing users to access an innovative, data-driven platform that utilizes the latest advancements in Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain and Smart Contracts. SPSL will serve as the platform’s utility token, providing access to a variety of services and rewarding users who contribute towards the success of the ecosystem.

    Where do SPSL tokens come from?

    SPSL tokens are created instantly and automatically by a smart contract on the Ethereum Blockchain. Once our smart contract address received ETH into it, it shall automatically return the corresponding amount of SPSL tokens to the sender.

    How do I get SPSL tokens?

    SPSL tokens can only be obtained by participating in the Sports Ledger initial token offering.

    How to participate in the initial token offering?

    In order to participate in the initial token offering, you need to have Ethereum (ETH) cryptocurrency. Participants cannot participate using fiat currency.

    In order to buy and use ether (ETH), you must first create a wallet to store ether. The most common way is www.myetherwallet.com and we recommend using the instructions listed on their website to create and manage your wallet. MyEtherWallet →

    Once you have Ethereum (ETH) in your wallet, you can go ahead and transfer the ETH to our smart contract address in order to receive SPSL tokens in return.

    How to buy ETH

    You can purchase Ethereum (ETH) directly via existing service providers or exchanges, for example www.coinbase.com, www.exmo.me or www.bitpanda.com and many more. There are many other exchanges which ETH can be purchased on, but be careful of phishing scam sites and make sure to read all reviews before purchasing from websites you are not familiar with (including those mentioned).

    How to protect yourself from phishers and scams

    Phishers or phishing scam emails send you a message with a link to a website that looks just like other websites like; MyEtherWallet, EtherDelta, CoinBase, or your bank, but is not the real website. They often replace letters in the name with similar looking letters; for example I and l, m and n, o and 0. Make sure all website address links are spelt correctly to avoid phishers stealing your information and money.

    Install EAL or MetaMask or Cryptonite by Metacert or the MyEtherWallet Chrome Extension to block malicious websites.
    Always check the URL: https://www.myetherwallet.com.
    Always make sure the URL bar has MYETHERWALLET INC in green.
    Do not trust messages or links sent to you randomly via email, Slack, Reddit, Twitter, etc.
    Avoid sending funds to individuals or persons acting on behalf of a website or organisation.
    Always navigate directly to a site before you enter information. Do not enter information after clicking a link from a message or email.
    Install an AdBlocker and do not click ads on your search engine (e.g. Google, Bing).
    Never send anyone your private keys or passwords linked to your wallet.
    Do NOT store your private keys online (e.g. Dropbox, Google Drive, or other cloud storage).

    Jurisdiction of transactions within the company.

    Registration of Sports Ledger foundation and Sports Ledger ITO is in the Cayman Islands. We closely follow the legislative regulations of conducting initial token offerings worldwide and offer full transparency to governing officials to maintain full compliance and legality.

    How is the SPSL token regulated by the tax authorities?

    Each country has its own rules on the way it taxes individual token holders. Please consult the relevant advisory agencies or individuals within your jurisdiction and place of residence.

    How can SPSL tokens be sold? Are they on exchanges?

    Until SPSL tokens are listed on an exchange, they cannot be sold. It will, however, be possible to sell SPSL tokens for other cryptocurrencies, by trading on an exchange in the near future.

    On which exchanges will SPSL be listed?

    We are currently in talks with large crypto exchanges to speed up the process of listing SPSL tokens on exchanges. We shall announce all collaborations with exchanges on our social media channels. We are carefully selecting future platforms.

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