World cup winner Mesut Ozil in his early thirties is enlarging his M10 brand with the creation of a digital currency. The player left the Emirates for Fenerbahce in the first month of this year. Last year, he launched his clothing brand with the brand name of M10 Streetwear.
On Saturday, he tweeted with a hint that ‘exciting things coming soon to indicate the continuous expansion of M10 worldwide, with a picture of his eyes shining with an eye emoji to his approximately 100 million social media followers.
According to Sun Sport’s understanding, the player is officially going to launch his cryptocurrency in near future.
New digital currency can be traded as other already introduced currencies like Bitcoin. Apart from that, his fans can also avail discounts on his gear in addition to the chance of meeting with the celebrity.
It would not be wrong to say that the star is following Keisuke Honda and James Rodriguez, his fellow footy stars, by entering the financial assets market. The KSK Honda Coin was introduced by Honda, a 35-year-old Japanese legend, in the last quarter of 2020. On the other hand, Rodriguez, a Colombian football player, announced that he was launching his cryptocurrency, just before the commencement of the World Cup in 2018. The token currency went public in June 2018 with the name of JR10, which made him the first active footballer of South America to introduce cryptocurrency.
It is showed that MK10 and social platform is not utilized by Ozil only to support his startups. As, he contributed, before his exit from Emirates, gain from his footwear brand to Italian children in the form of 1400 free school foods per day in eleven schools of North London. The children were battling due to the pandemic. Also, he talked out as opposed to the ruthlessness of Nigerian police.
Also, in Turkey, the expert appears to be reviving his best form by scoring three goals in his nine Fenerbahce appearances this time.
Several sport’s celebrities have already been enjoying their universal identities to establish their own brands.
Cristiano Ronaldo, a Manchester United player, has his own brands and supports them, which includes Footwear, Denim, Fragrances, and Underwear all with the label of CR7.
This month Harry Kane, a 28-year spur striker, revealed that he is going to launch his own toilet paper brand to clean up. He also wants to earn piles of cash from whips, nail polish, and toothpaste. He has already requested to mark thousands of products from games to food and cosmetics. Other item includes jewelry, booze, clothing, and electrical appliances. To safeguard his name and reputation for future advertisement use, his firm HK28 attempted this move.