CoinDCX, the popular India-based crypto exchange, announced today that it has selected crypto-native risk monitoring firm Solidus Labs as a strategic compliance partner. With the aim to protect its users from known forms of market abuse and emerging crypto-specific risks, partnering with Solidus will enable CoinDCX to forge greater trust and transparency on its platform. […]
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Tonight is the world’s largest single annual sporting event. The Super Bowl is the final of the National Football Association (NFL) and THE sporting event in the USA. Hundreds of millions of people will tune in tonight It also became usual to see crypto companies advertise on those big events. Let’s talk about the 3 companies that made it to the Super Bowl crypto ads.
The crypto platform FTX has been one of the largest crypto exchanges in the world for years and, as a company, also has the resources to advertise at the Super Bowl. FTX has already uploaded the first content of the spot to YouTube. A monk can be seen there who warns the viewer not to miss the coming Sunday.
The monk also makes a big announcement: the exact time the spot will air is the value of bitcoins that viewers can win in bitcoins. If the spot is broadcast at 8:50 pm, participants can win 8.5 bitcoins. To do this, viewers must retweet the pinned tweet after the ad is broadcast. Unfortunately, only US citizens are eligible to participate.
Another of the largest crypto exchanges in the world, Coinbase, also wants to air its own commercial at the Super Bowl. However, the exact content of the Coinbase advertisement is not yet known.
Crypto.com is the big newcomer among the crypto exchanges and also wants to run its own commercial at the Super Bowl. In recent months, the company has primarily become known through sponsoring in the sports sector such as the UFC. In addition to sponsorships in Formula 1, Crypto.com has also acquired the naming rights to the former Staples Center, the LA Lakers basketball arena, and the Clippers.
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Japan-headquartered crypto exchange company Liquid Group and all of its operating subsidiaries including Quoine Corporation, today announced it is being acquired by FTX Trading Ltd, a crypto asset exchange offering spot, derivatives, NFTs, and other services. Following FTX’s acquisition of Liquid, Quoine will gradually integrate FTX’s products and services into its own offering, and FTX’s […]
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Spin, a multichain derivatives DEX founded in June 2021, announced today it has raised $3.75M in a seed funding round led by Lemniscap with participation from GSR, Spartan Group, ZMT Capital, Longhash Ventures, and AngelDAO. Funds raised will be used to support the further development of the Spin DEX. The Spin team is building a […]
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