Contrary to what was promised last year, semi-professional football team Gibraltar United is still not paying its players in cryptocurrency. In July 2018, The Guardian reported the Gibraltar Premier division team will be the first one to “pay players in cryptocurrency.” Club founder and majority owner, Pablo Dana, said all player contracts will include payment agreements in cryptocurrency by next season. “All players and staff will be requested to open a digital wallet and they will be able to choose to receive their salaries in fiat or QTC [Quantocoin],” a Gibraltar United spokesperson told Hard Fork in an email last…

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‘First cryptocurrency football club’ is still paying players’ salaries in fiat
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