Blockchain technology meets fantasy sports in the form of Sorare. Sorare lets you buy, sell, trade, collect, and win official MLB NFTs, which you can use to play and compete with in their fantasy tournaments, with some big prizes up for grabs - but your Sorare trades might just come with a surprise tax bill. Don't worry, you can connect to Koinly to calculate any tax liability. Here's how.
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Sorare is a fantasy sports game where players use digital player cards (NFTs) to buy, sell, trade, and manage a virtual team. Players can pick between football, basketball, and baseball and participate in tournaments and win rewards like player cards, merch, match tickets, ETH, and more.
Yes. Sorare is a popular crypto game played by users across the world and has a good reputation for paying out rewards. Of course, as with all crypto assets, you should make sure your assets are secure by following best security practices.
Yes. You can win cards in Sorare and sell them on the secondhand market, as well as win rewards for participating in tournaments.
Yes, in most countries in the world crypto - and NFTs - are taxable. You can check out the rules for your country in our crypto tax guides, but generally speaking, you'll pay Capital Gains Tax on any gain when you sell or trade and NFT and you may need to pay Income Tax on rewards.
No, Sorare does not provide users with tax reports - but you can connect to crypto tax software like Koinly to help you calculate your Sorare taxes and generate a tax report.
The most expensive Sorare card sold was Erling Haaland. It sold for 265.10 ETH, worth $678,680 at the time of the sale!