EPL club to be sponsored by Cryptocurrency Exchange
Wolverhampton Wanderers have recently signed a deal with CoinDeal. CoinDeal is now an official sponsor for the Wolves—as the fans like to call them.
The Managing Director of Wolverhampton, Laurie Dalrymple said:
“Once more a partner has agreed to tweaking the colour of their logo to complement our kit, which is a huge gesture of goodwill towards the club and its fans, and something we are very grateful for. CoinDeal is a bold and progressive company, who we believe to be an ideal match to become one of our principal partners, and we look forward to working with them throughout our first season back in the Premier League.”
The co-founder of CoinDeal, Kajetan Maćkowiak seems pretty excited about the partnership as well. He said:
“At CoinDeal we are very aware of the impact that football marketing can have on [a] brand and its community, especially in [an] industry such as ours. We believe that a club like Wolves will help portray our message globally. It is an incredibly exciting time to be involved with Wolves, on the eve of their return to the English Premier League and we look forward to supporting them to ensure they continue their incredible performance levels both on and off the pitch.”
The partnership holds a lot of potential for CoinDeal since the English Premier League is quite a popular league in the world of sports. People from all over the world follow EPL religiously, which gives the crypto exchange a lot of exposure.
In addition to giving a lot of exposure to the crypto exchange, the partnership would give exposure to the whole blockchain industry in general.
The primary shirt sponsor for Wolverhampton Wanderers is the online gaming brand W88.
It isn’t just football which cryptocurrencies are getting into. On the other side of the sporting world, NBA’s Sacramento Kings have announced that they are mining Ethereum from a data center in their home stadium.
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