This story claims that two big fishes in the crypto exchange sea – FTX and Binance are preparing to compete for the sponsorship rights of the official jersey of the massive club, FC Barca.
The poor club’s present links to cryptocurrency are now crucial. Rakuten, a Japan browser corporate behemoth with its own in-house crypto trading division, is the Catalonia league’s current sponsor.
The league, like other organizations, has a fan token. Additionally, by partnership deals, several of its prior superstar stars have publicly welcomed cryptocurrencies.
For instance, Lionel Messi, who once was a star player of FCB recently left the club and joined the biggest French Football Club Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), made headlines in the cryptocurrency community when a portion of his wage at PSG was rewarded in cryptocurrency.
Binance has deeper links with several other former players, Luis Suárez and Andres Iniesta who are playing in Atletico Madrid and Japan respectively. The prior has recently taken to Social media to promote his private cryptocurrency business.
Regardless, that article received him in rough seas with the Spanish regulatory National Financial Sector Commission (CNMV), which retaliated by chastising him on the same screen press venue. In the meantime, Suarez has dedicated much of Nov encouraging his own Tweets (every one of the 17 million or so) that they should handle their cryptocurrencies investments with Binance.
According to an EFE source, two distinct proposals have been rejected so far, one of which came from an unknown “Mid East-based cryptocurrency business,” according to the agency.
The CNMV has already taken a dim view of crypto-related advertising, and might likely refuse to let one of the world’s most illustrious sports teams wear jerseys with bitcoin emblems on them.
In any way, according to the media outlet, the enterprises might get past the problem by promoting one about their other (– anti) admin in the lead squad jersey so instead of their key sectors.
Barca is reportedly ready for a USD 67 million offer, according to a similar news source. The Barca connections don’t finish there, though. According to a similar news source, the crypto company is managed by a pretty small wrist endorsement
Chiliz and its semi cryptocurrency (NFT) initiative partners had already reached an agreement – and the club was hoping for a fortuitous third to confirm the story.
Inquiries among bitcoin businesses, as well as prospective deals, appear to have been discussed since the summertime of this year. Toni Freixa, a leading contender in the FC Barca actual event, even claimed in March that he had reached an agreement on a deep level with a City significant company. In any event, Freixa immediately loses the government decision to current Leader Joan Laporta after that deal fell apart.