The service tokens and NFTs (non-fungible tokens) described in
this document may be of very high risk, they may even lose
their value or liquidity completely or not be redeemable for the described service,
in case of failure or interruption of the project. by Stadio Plus. The tokens
and NFTs (non-fungible tokens) that may be acquired will not be held in custody
by entities legally authorized to provide investment services and
the registration technology that is planned to be used (blockchain) is new
and may entail significant risks. The issuer of the crypto assets is
solely responsible for the content of this white paper on the issuance of
tokens. This has not been reviewed or approved by any authority
jurisdiction of any Member State of the European Union.


A token carries various risks implicitly. Below we will mention
some of them, there may be others. These risks can result in the
complete loss of the tokens, or their value. The holder of the token and
NFT (non-fungible tokens) assumes and fully understands all the
risks involved in a token. In no case, if the token loses value or
anything else happens, the Token Issuer will compensate the token holder
in any way.

  1. Risks associated with the offer and negotiation
  • Liquidity risk: It is possible that
    the token and NFT (non-fungible tokens) in question cannot be included in a
    secondary market or that there is a lack of liquidity in OTC (over the
    counter) markets. The company is not responsible for the fluctuations
    that the token in question may suffer in any type of market or
    that such types of markets allow the token to be listed,
    which may entail illiquidity risks. Even if
    the token were to be listed on a third-party platform, those
    platforms may not have sufficient liquidity or may even
    face risks of regulatory or compliance changes.
    normative, being therefore susceptible to failure, fall or
    manipulation. In addition, to the extent that a
    third-party platform lists the token in question, granting an
    exchange value to the token or NFT (non-fungible tokens) (either in crypto assets
    or fiduciary money), said value may suffer volatility. As a
    buyer in this type of assets, you assume all the risks
    associated with speculation and risks mentioned above.
    These types of assets are not covered by
    customer protection mechanisms such as the Deposit Guarantee Fund or the
    Investor Guarantee Fund. In addition, prices are not
    constituted by means of mechanisms that ensure their correct
    training unlike those found in
    regulated markets. The acceptance of crypto assets as a means of exchange
    is still very limited and there is no legal obligation to accept them
  1. Risks Associated with the execution of the project and/or the Issuer
  • Forward-Looking Information Risk: Certain information contained in this
    document is forward-looking, including
    financial projections and business growth projections. Such
    forward-looking information is based on what the Issuer’s management believes
    to be reasonable assumptions, and there can be no assurance
    that the results are actual. Future events could differ
    materially from those anticipated.
  • Unanticipated risks: Cryptographic tokens are a
    recently created technology that is in the testing phase. In addition
    to the risks listed above, there are other risks
    associated with its acquisition, storage, transmission and use,
    including some that are difficult to anticipate. Said
    risks can materialize even more with unforeseen variations
    or derived from combinations of the
    aforementioned risks.
  • Regulatory risk: Blockchain technology enables new forms
    of interaction and it is possible that certain jurisdictions will apply
    existing regulations or introduce new regulations that
    address applications based on blockchain technology, which
    may be contrary to the current configuration of smart
    contracts and which may , among other things, lead to
    substantial modifications in them, including their
    termination and the loss of tokens for the subscriber. In relation to the
    service provider or the issuer, if it is not located
    in a country of the European Union, the resolution of any conflict
    could be costly and fall outside the scope of competence of
    the Spanish authorities.
  • Risk of failure or abandonment of the project: The development of the
    project proposed by the Issuer in this document may
    be impeded and ceased for different reasons, including lack
    of interest on the part of the market, lack of financing, lack of
    commercial success or prospects ( for example, caused by
    competing projects). This issuance of tokens does not guarantee that the
    objectives set out in this document will be
    fully or partially developed.
  • Risk of competing companies: It is possible that other companies
    could provide services similar to that of the company. The company
    could compete with said other companies, which could have
    a negative impact on the services provided by it.
  1. Risks associated with tokens and NFTs (non-fungible tokens) and the  technology used
  • High-risk product: This type of product has a high
    implicit risk. The value of the tokens can experience variations
    up and down and a subscriber may not recover the price
    initially paid. There may also be changes in
    tax rates and/or possible relief. The aforementioned
    tax impositions and deductions always refer to
    those in force and their value will depend on the circumstances of each
    subscriber. Participation in this type of project must
    always be done taking into account all the information provided by the
  • Software risk: The computer code (smart contract) by which
    the referred tokens are traded are based on the
    Ethereum protocol or on which it is decided to issue the token as established in the
    whitepaper. Any malfunction, crash or abandonment of
    the Ethereum project or chosen network where the token is developed can
    have adverse effects on the operation of the tokens in
    question. On the other hand, technological advances in general and in
    cryptography in particular, such as the development of quantum computing,
    can bring with them risks that lead to the malfunction
    of these tokens. Smart contracts and software in
    they are based on are at an early stage of development.
    There is no guarantee or way of ensuring that the issuance of tokens and
    their subsequent commercialization can be interrupted or that they
    suffer from any other type of error, so there is an
    inherent risk of defects, failures and vulnerabilities
    that may lead to the loss of contributed funds or
    obtained tokens. There is a risk of attacks by hackers or computer hackers
    on the technological infrastructure used by the Issuer and
    on essential networks and technologies. As a result, the Issuer
    may be partially, temporarily or even permanently prevented from
    carrying out its business activities.
    In the case of proof-of-work consensus mechanisms in
    Ethereum, it could be the case that someone could control
    more than 50% of the computational power of the
    blockchain miners in a so-called 51% attack, and therefore Therefore, it takes
    control of the network (the block chain). Using more than 50% of
    the mining power (hashing power), the attacker will always represent the
    majority, which means that he can impose his version of the
    blockchain. In principle, this is also possible with less than
    51% mining power.
    Once the attacker has gained control of the network, he could
    reverse or redirect the transactions he initiated, so it would be
    possible to “double spend” (i.e. make multiple transactions
    of the same token). The attacker can also block
    others’ transactions by refusing confirmation. There could also
    be other computer attacks on the Ethereum blockchain, the
    software and/or the hardware used by the Issuer.
    In addition to hacker attacks, there is a risk
    that the Issuer’s employees or third parties may sabotage the
    technology systems, which may cause the
    Issuer’s hardware and/or software systems to fail. This could also have
    a negative impact on the Issuer’s business activities.
  • Risk of custody / loss of private keys:
    Tokens issued by the Issuer can only be subscribed using an
    Ethereum digital wallet from which the token subscriber has their
    respective private key and password. The private key, as a rule
    , is usually encrypted by a password. The Issuer token acquirer
    acknowledges, understands and agrees that if
    your private key or password, of the tokens obtained and
    associated with your Ethereum digital wallet, is lost or stolen, you may lose access
    to your tokens permanently. In addition, any third party that
    has access to the aforementioned private key could
    misappropriate the tokens contained in the digital wallet in
    question. Any errors or malfunctions caused by or
    related in any way to the digital wallet or
    token storage system in which the acquirer wishes to receive their
    tokens could also result in a loss of the tokens.
  • Risk of theft: The concept of Smart Contracts, and the
    software platform on which they work (ie Ethereum) can be exposed
    to computer attacks or hacks by third parties, either
    through malware attacks, denial of service attacks,
    attacks consensus, Sybil attacks, smurfing and spoofing. Any
    of these attacks could result in the theft or loss of the price
    paid or of subscribed tokens and, in turn, could lead to the non
    -achievement of the objectives set forth by the Issuer in this
  • Risk of incompatible wallet services: The
    digital wallet or digital wallet service provider used to receive
    tokens must comply with the ERC-20 token standard to be
    technically compatible with said tokens. Failure to
    ensure such compliance may result in the
    subscriber losing access to their tokens.