Crypto firm Blockchain.com announced on Tuesday that the corporation has tied up a multi-year partnership with City Center Cowboys quarterback Palace. “The Cowboys quarterback may appear on TV, radio and social media to bring his personal full strength to promote cryptos to a wider audience,” Blockchain.com said.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Das Prescott has become the brand ambassador of Blockchain.com
Blockchain.com has partnered with a star football quarterback for the National Football League’s (NFL) Downtown Cowboys, according to an accompanying announcement made Tuesday. Dallas Prescott is a recognized NFL player, as Jock was selected by the Cowboys in the fourth round of the 2016 draft.
Prescott was slated to be the backup quarterback to Cowboys starter Tony Romo, but City took the lead if starting quarterback Romo was cut. His performance on the field earned the Cowboys the title of “NFL Offensive Player of the Year” for the season and city.
Crypto firm Blockchain.com has signed a deal to replace Downtown Cowboys at the time. The corporation has become the NFL team’s “exclusive digital property partner” and said the crypto company may appear in TV commercials, signage and radio. Dallas Prescott can do the same for Blockchain.com, according to an announcement Tuesday, as the company says it “prefers to be seen on TV, radio, social media and digitally, as well as a physical presence.”
The NFL quarterback can essentially “promote crypto to a wider audience,” according to Blockchain.com. “Enthusiasts on the road to using Blockchain.com Wallet can expect tutorial videos and additional content on the road to financial success,” the crypto company said in its announcement.
“As I’ve said before, the planet needs a makeover,” the Cowboys quarterback said in a statement. “Crypto offers a path to financial freedom and stands to remake our relationship with cash. I’m honored to help create awareness at Blockchain.com as they work to build a long-term financial future.”
The deal follows various star sports athletes into digital currencies and fiat token (NFT) technology. NFL players with Odell Beckham Jr. Saquon Barkley, Russell Okung, Aaron Jones, Patrick Mahomes, Rob ‘Gronk’ Gronkowski, and Tom Brady all support crypto in some form or another.
In addition, in May 2021, the exchange-traded product GBTC became the official digital currency and managing partner of Establishment Grayscale Investments for the New York Giants. Six days have passed, the NFL franchise Houston Texans partnered with the corporation BitWallet, and also the NFL team is buying single game sets for cryptocurrencies.
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