Together with ECOX, and in partnership with Marco Polo Experience, Luca Picasso and Daniele Mangano will present NFTs as a new form of art and the opportunities offered by blockchain to the fields of sport and fashion. Top speakers, delicious catering, dj and a glamorous fashion show made by Milano’s Mad Mood Fashion Week.
The World Cup Apes project was born with the idea of bringing value and profit to all its participants.
The unprecedented marriage between blockchain and football, in which NFT technology is a primary representative, is reshaping the world of the sector, making this world accessible to all.
We are delighted to announce that Roberto Carlos is the Worldwide Ambassador of World Cup Apes.
One of the strongest football players ever.
Roberto Carlos da Silva Rocha, commonly known as Roberto Carlos, is a Brazilian former professional footballer who now works as a football ambassador. He started his career in Brazil as a forward but spent most of his career as a left-back and has been described as the “most offensive-minded left-back in the history of the game”.
At club level, Roberto Carlos joined Real Madrid from Inter Milan in 1996 to spend 11 highly successful seasons, playing 584 matches in all competitions and scoring 71 goals. At Real, he won four La Liga titles and the UEFA Champions League three times. In April 2013, Marca named him in their “Best Foreign Eleven in Real Madrid’s History”. He is one of the few players to have made over 1,100 professional career appearances at club and international level.
Roberto Carlos heats up the Madrid derby: changes his profile picture on the nets for that of a monkey with the shirt of Brazil.
It seems no one will be left to take a stand on the controversy surrounding how Vinicius Junior celebrates his goals and the racist slurs this has generated. The president of the Spanish Association of Football Agents (AEAF), Pedro Bravo, even urged him to stop “being a monkey”, which sparked a wave of indignation. Among those who have shown their support for the Real Madrid player is his compatriot Roberto Carlos, who made a clear gesture less than two hours before the Madrid derby.
No words were needed, simply a change of the profile picture on their social networks. In the image you can see a monkey with the Brazilian team shirt and with it the former Madrid player and current director of Madrid’s Institutional Relations has clarified his position.