|Price in PreICO||1 BTMG = 0.038 USD|
|Minimal investment||100 USD|
|Bonus in ICO||from 60% in pre-ICO to 30-5% in ICO|
Youth all over the world dream of becoming professional football players but so few have access to the right coaches, training facilities, education, and talent management.
Football fans wish they had the ability to directly influence the development of young prospects into superstar players – benefitting from the emotional reward of unlocking human potential and the financial reward of supporting a star footballer.
Fortunately, these dreams have become a reality with Bitcademy.
Bitcademy is a virtual marketplace coupled with a state-of-the-art training facility for aspiring youth talent.
With Bitcademy, you can influence the development of world-class football players and take part in a revolution.
Select and fund young football players in underdeveloped countries, based on the most advanced skill measurement tools, Artificial Intelligence and your own intuition and knowledge of the game.
You can share in your prospect’s football success as they progress in Bitcademy and onward to the professional world of football.
Our innovative marketplace solution is scalable and can be utilized in any sport and by any organization, providing Bitcademy with significant expansion and licensing opportunities.
Bitcademy, powered by the blockchain to enable and empower youth around the world. Join the revolution today.
Bitcademy Football search trends in Google
The dream of professional football captivates youths worldwide.
Globalization, the internet of things, and the blockchain, as well as
other advancements provide unique opportunities to foster the
development of young talent in least developed countries. A compelling
case exists to develop training centers in least developed countries in
a sustainable, and proﬁtable format, which has the added beneﬁt of
stimulating local economies, and leveling the playing ﬁeld for
disadvantaged youth worldwide.
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RETURN ON INVESTMENT
AI & PLAYER PREDICTIONS
Football is a game adored by many people, and it inspires the dreams of many young athletes
worldwide. It is often referred to by players, commenters, and fans as “The Beautiful Game”, and goes
by many names all over the world. For example, in Italy, it is referred to as “Calcio”, while it is referred to
as soccer in the United States. The roots of football can be traced back to the third century in China,
during the Han Dynasty where it was called “Tsu' Chu”. The Chinese game had many similarities to
today’s game, which was popularized by the British, and included a leather ball ﬁlled with feathers with
hair protruding from an opening, a net ﬁxed to bamboo canes, and the prohibition on the use of hands.
Over the last 100 years, football has become the world’s most popular sport. Currently, the Fédération
Internationale de Football Association (French for 'International Federation of Football Association”
or “FIFA”) is the defacto rule setting or...
Bitcademy plans to operate in all six regions, with an initial focus on Eastern Europe and underserved
countries in Africa and Asia. Bitcademy’s model is such that our sponsors, investors, and community
dictate which market opportunities to prioritize within the roll-out plan.
REVENUE GROWTH AND FOOTBALL
Football’s market potential is enormous, and constantly grows. In Europe alone, football’s biggest
market, revenues peaked at 24.6 Billion Euros in 2016, and has grown quarter over quarter since
2006 at an average annual rate of approximately 8% (Figure 2 – European Football Revenues)
European Football Revenues
Five leagues in Europe produce more than 50% of the total European revenue from football. (Figure 3
- Top 5 European League Revenue by Year)
Moreover, the revenue is heavily concentrated
with approximately 20 European football clubs.
Football players are predominantly European, however a growing number of athletes are being
identiﬁed, and recruited from other continents year after year. Additionally, the rules have been
amended to allow clubs to have an unlimited amount of football players on their roster, which
encourages speculation on talent.
As traditional investors focus on European talent, the ‘talent gap’, particularly in the least developed
countries, widens. Furthermore, European clubs with well-known and proven athletes do not trade
top-talent in an effort to attract non-European investors. Elite players rarely sign contracts outside
Europe, due to the economics and prestige which further cements the position of the top 5 European
Despite the concentration of resources for football in Europe, Africa and Asia remain interesting
markets for talent and fan base.
Africa enjoys league strength, and considerable revenue from Nigeria, Cameroon, Ivory Coast and
Egypt (collectively “Football Nations of Africa”). Football academy penetration is relatively higher in
the Football Nations of Africa, and due to the economics, the costs for establishing academies are far
greater than those needed in other African nations. Bitcademy primary and secondary research has
revealed that there is considerable potential for growth in areas outside the Football Nations of Africa.
A poster child of this potential is Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang from Gabon. Aubameyang, a player for
the national team of Gabon, however, acquired his skill and notoriety in France. Bitcademy believes a
signiﬁcant amount of untapped potential can be unlocked in the least developed countries and Eastern
Europe, if the appropriate facilities, training and prom...
Modern football, like any modern sport, is driven by its sponsors and corporation which have a vested
interest in exerting inﬂuence in a number of ways. For example, Manchester United, arguably the most
well-known sporting team in the world across all sports, was recently valued at nearly 3.7 billion USD
(Figure 4 – Top Ten European Football Clubs by Value)
Value in mln USD
Top Ten European Football Clubs by Value
The concentration of wealth has overlooked a rich source of talent outside of Europe.
As a result, only a handful of football projects are developed in more remote areas, and it’s rare for
children with potential football talent to emerge. While some projects include general education, and
general sports (including football), many operators use opportunity purely for proﬁts, resulting in poor
education and low levels of athletic competency or exposure. This pattern is most often observed, and
persists in the least developed countries.
From a fan perspective in the least developed nations, football is relatively inaccessible. Fans are
created in part, by growing with the player over time. As the player develops, his countrymen track the
player's progress, and build emotional connections. Mohamad Salah, the “Liverpool Striker”, is a role
model for Egypt, the whole of the Middle East, and North Africa. His success has ignited interest in
football regionally, created many revenue channels, and will positively impact the football outlook for
his country for years to come.
Bitcademy Football Roadmap
Generate player assesment algorithm
Create marketplace for investment and trading
Rent the football grounds
Enrol first students
Secure land to build football academies in 3 countries.
Create big data algorithms. Player monitoring & predictions
Start building new academies in Africa, Asia and Eastern Europe during current rental operations.
Revenue stream from big data, marketplace and contracts.
Start building new facilities.
Exponential profit from transfers, marketplace and big data.