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Official sponsorship is a very honorable thing to do. Crypto.com, which has agreed to sponsor the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, is fully aware.

Since 2018, trading in digital currencies has been prohibited in this region. That won’t stop potential clients from becoming more interested in Crypto.com.

The popularity of football across the world is the reason behind this. The last FIFA 2018 tournament, for example, was viewed by 3.5 billion people.

FIFA has confirmed the sponsorship. According to its spokespeople, the pto exchange will be advertised both inside and outside the stadiums. Users of the Exchange will be able to obtain promotional items in exchange for attending athletic events.

This is not the company’s first sports effort. Crypto.com had already formed a collaboration with many sports organizations. The Australian football league, Formula 1, and the Ultimate Fighting Championship are among them. The contracts were for a total of $300 million. The whole stadium was also dubbed after the cryptocurrency exchange.

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