Cryptocurrency exchange Blockchain.com announced that it has entered into an extensive partnership with Dak Prescott, the Dallas Cowboys quarterback of the National Football League (NFL).
Rayne Dakota Prescott was born July 29, 1993 and is an American quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys in the National Football League (NFL).
This partnership will see Dak Prescott become Blockchain.com’s brand ambassador through sponsorship by “America’s Team”.
Blockchain.com will partner with Dak Prescott to increase the fan experience and enhance the brand image through a series if events. Dak Prescott will be appearing on TV, radio, and social media by selected individuals. These activities are aimed at educating the fans about cryptocurrency trading and working with designers of disadvantaged communities to make a special edition racing helmet that is wearable during competition.
Dak Prescott stated in a statement,
“The world needs change. Crypto is a way to financial freedom that can transform our relationship with money. I’m honoured to help generate awareness alongside Blockchain.com as they work towards building the future of finance.”
This relationship builds upon the first cryptocurrency partnership with an NFL team and will give Ricciardo’s fans an inside look into his trading journey. It will also allow Ricciardo to “bring his personal brand firepower in order to introduce crypto to an even wider audience.”
Blockchain.com is Dak Prescott’s preferred trading platform, with over 80 million customers in 200 countries.
Blockchain.com has helped facilitate more than $1.2 Trillion worth of transactions. This partnership will bring together online and virtual communities through social networking outreach.
In April, Dubbed the first crypto deal in the National Football League (NFL), the Dallas Cowboys have chosen cryptocurrency platform Blockchain.com as its “exclusive digital asset partner.”
The sporting world continues to be flooded with more crypto deals. Blockchain.News reported that Crypto.com, a crypto exchange, signed a partnership agreement for five years with the Australian Football League (AFL), worth $25 million.