Javier Mascherano Teams Up With SaaSGo To Launch NFT Collection
Argentine football legend Javier Mascherano became the brand ambassador of SaaS, a decentralized Web3 SaaS platform managing blockchain infrastructure on the back end, to launch his NFT collection.
Mascherano will hold a limited-edition World Cup NFT release ceremony in New York on December 5. The limited-edition NFT released includes the sneaker NFT launched in cooperation with STEPN.
The limited edition NFT and NFT market are created with the support of the Web3 SaaS platform SaaSGo and supported by the investment institution PVD (Positive Venture DAO).
Javier Alejandro Mascherano is an Argentine professional football coach and former player who is the head coach of the Argentina national under-20 team. As a player, he played as a centre-back or defensive midfielder, most notably for Liverpool, Barcelona and the Argentina national team.
The Web3 SaaS platform SaaSGo, formerly known as Encentive.io, aims to realize the code-free deployment of dApps. It currently supports more than 20 public chains and provides payment channels for cryptocurrencies and fiat currencies.
Users can use SaaSGo to create DEX, pledge pool or NFT market without code, and issue tokens or NFT, etc., and realize the payment of encrypted currency and fiat currency.
Javier Alejandro Mascherano is a former Argentine footballer who played as a holding midfielder or central defender.
Mascherano started his career at River Plate. He won his first title in the 2003-04 season, winning the Argentine Football Championship. He also won an Olympic gold medal in the Athens Olympics and finished second in the 2004 Copa America.
He moved to Brazil to play for Corinthians in 2005, winning the Brazilian Football Championship in its first season. Mascherano moved to Europe, playing for Premier League side West Ham United. However, his contract with Media Sports Unvestments adversely affected his time at the club, and in early 2007, he moved to Liverpool on loan.
Mascherano’s two most commonly used nicknames (in Argentina) are Masche and El Jefecito. Two former Argentine players, Jorge Valdano and Jorge Solari, rate him as potentially the best midfielder in the world.
On November 16, 2020, Javier Mascherano officially retired from international football after 21 years of playing professionally.
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