433token
433token
Token: 433


Ecosystem Between Soccer Superstars

ICO dates
Start date: 2018-11-16
End date:

Registrated in: British Virgin Islands

Platform: Ethereum
Type: ERC20

PREMIUM ICO

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KYC passing required Yes | Whitelist No | Restriction for countries No
Soft cap 4,000,000 USD
Hard cap 27,000,000 USD
Tokens for sale 300,000,000
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Table of Contents
Disclaimer
3
Mission
4
Executive Summary
5
Vision
7
The Why. Why soccer can be improved?
8
•• Number One Sports on Earth
•• Amazing Clubs
•• Centralized Power
•• Superstar Players
•• Youth Talents
•• Short Playing Career
•• Loyal Fans
The How. How to improve Soccer?
10
The What. What 433 Tokens Do?
12
•• Utility One: Sponsoring mentorship
•• Utility Two: Bidding on auctions
•• Utility Three: Voting on games
The Who. Who are in the 433 Team?
16
•• Principals
•• Core Members
•• Advisors
The Who. Who will Benefit from the 433 Token Ecosystem?
20
•• Fans
•• Youth Talents
•• Legends
•• Scouts
•• Clubs
•• Global Legends Series
•• Blockchain community
•• Cryptocurrency investors
The When. When will 433 Token Ecos...

Disclaimer
Risk warning
: There are risks and uncertainties associated with Soccer Legends Limited and/or the
Distributor and their respective businesses and operations, the 433 Tokens, the 433 Initial Token Sale
and the 433 Token Ecosystem. 433 Token Ecosystem involves and relates to the development and use
of experimental platforms and technologies that may not come to fruition or achieve the objectives
specified in this whitepaper. 433 Tokens do NOT represent shares, equity, units, royalties or rights to
capital, income, profit or returns in the ecosystem or in Soccer Legends Limited or any other persons,
legal entities or intellectual properties associated with the Ecosystem in any jurisdiction. 433 Tokens are
not intended to represent a security or similar legal interest.
No offer of regulated products
: This whitepaper does not constitute an offer or solicitation of securities
or any other regulated product, nor a promotion, invitation or solicitation for investment purposes. The
terms...

Mission
“I’m a firm believer
in supporting youth
development in football.
I’m delighted to be part
of this project and excited
about hopefully helping the
next generation of young
footballers.”
Paul Scholes
By implementing Blockchain technology and Smart Contracts, 433 Token
Ecosystem will bridge the gap between soccer superstars, youth talents
and fans.
By decentralizing, it aspires to make the most popular sport on Earth
more transparent, efficient and democratic.
Empowering 3 Billion Soccer Fans
4
4 3 3 t o k e n . i o
with Blockchain technology and Smart Contracts
...

Executive Summary
Soccer is by far the
most popular sport
in the world. As of June 2018, there are over 3 billion
fans worldwide, more than 300,000 football clubs (professional and amateur) and 240 million
active players. The twenty most valuable soccer clubs are worth a total of US$33.8 billion (all
$ hereafter represents US Dollars), and they earn $8.56 billion revenue a year (up 74% and 40%
respectively since 2013). Superstars are highly sought after and paid extremely well. In 2017 Paris
Saint-Germain paid $263 million to acquire Neymar Jr. (transfer fee). And, Lionel Messi alone
earned $84 million on salary and bonus, excluding endorsements in 2018.
Yet, as popular as soccer is, there is always a gap between the superstars and the fans. There is
never really any direct interaction. And the popularity of the sports has created many behemoth
organizations, which have
strong centralized power
to dictate how soccer is played, and who
are likely to succeed in the sports.

Moreover, the way how the 433 Token Ecosystem will work, has won us the support of
Mr. Paul
Scholes and Mr. Andriy Shevchenko
(names in alphabetical order). They do not only endorse
the project, they will personally participate in the ecosystem. As they believe 433 Tokens will
score a hat-trick with these 3 utilities:
(1) Sponsoring
•• Fans can directly sponsor a Legend in mentoring a Youth Talent, by 433 Tokens.
•• Sponsors can closely follow the development of a superstar.
(2) Bidding
•• Fans can bid for Special Events auctioned by a Legend.
•• Highest bidder can enjoy personal interaction with the Legend, e.g. a charity dinner, a soccer
clinic or even a Legend-vs-Fans friendly game.
(3) Voting
•• Fans can vote for the venue, rosters and even game format of upcoming GLS games.
•• Important decisions will be made by fans, not presidents, chairmen, or managers.
As soccer fans of all ages can access 433 tokens, there will be
NO betting an...

Vision
By using 433 Token, everyone in the world can enjoy soccer
like never before. He or she will be able to:
•• participate in developing the next superstar,
•• interact with superstars and legends, and
•• have a say in important soccer decisions.
“Everyone in the
world can participate
in soccer like never
before.”
Andriy Shevchenko
Empowering 3 Billion Soccer Fans
7
4 3 3 t o k e n . i o
with Blockchain technology and Smart Contracts
...

The Why.
Why Soccer can be
Improved?
Number One Sport on Earth
Soccer is by far the most popular sports in the world. As of June 2018, there are over 3 billion fans
worldwide, more than 300,000 football clubs (professional and amateur) and 240 million active players.
Amazing Clubs
The twenty most valuable soccer clubs are worth a total of $33.8 billion, and they earned a
combined $8.56 billion annual revenue. The top three clubs are Manchester United ($4.12
billion), Real Madrid ($4.088 billion) and Barcelona ($4.064 billion).
20 top teams from Forbes
Rank
Football brand
#1
Manchester United
Current Value
$4.123 B
1-Yr Value Change
12%
Debt/Value
18%
Revenue
$737 M
Operating Income
$254 M
#2
Real Madrid
$4.088 B
14%
2%
$735 M
$94 M
#3
Barcelona
$4.064 B
12%
1%
$706 M
$111 M
#4
Bayern Munich
$3.063 B...

Centralized Power
Apart from being rich, the popularity of these clubs also make them powerful. Together with
statutory governing bodies (FIFA, UEFA…), major sponsoring sports brands (NIKE, Adidas…)
and broadcasting media (Sky Sports, Sport TV…) they control almost everything about soccer.
Decision-making on important soccer matters is centralized in a small group of organizations
and people. While this is not necessarily a bad thing (judging by the ever-growing popularity of
the sport), soccer fans certainly want more say, participation and contribution in the sports they
love.
Superstar Players
Yet in soccer, even the top clubs cannot rival the popularity of superstar players. They are
highly sought after and paid extremely well. For example, Paris Saint-Germain paid a record-
breaking $263 million transfer fee in 2017 to acquire Neymar Jr. And in 2018, Lionel Messi earned
$84 million, and Cristiano Ronaldo earned $61 million, on salary and bonus, excluding their
numerous endorsement...