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ICOs have received an unexpected backing from one of the world’s richest sports stars, boxer Floyd Mayweather.
Taiwanese insurance giant Fubon Life is aiming to place a sports blockchain called Bravelog at the heart of its blockchain initiatives. Source
A large amount of legitimate businesses globally have opened up to the digital currency. Slowly, but rather persistently, Bitcoin is getting accepted in Russia as well.
Deloitte believes that with changes in customer preferences, the sports industry is moving towards a new model in which technology, including Bitcoin, will play an important role.]]>
When BitPay purchased the rights to the St. Petersburg bowl and named it the “Bitcoin Bowl” it was easy to assume.
Sports have always seemed like the way Cryptocurrencies can wiggle their way into the mainstream public’s heart or at least consciousness. Now, some Cryptocurrency 2.0 projects, including NXT and Blac
Rookie driver Alex Bowman has joined a crowdfunding campaign to bring a bitcoin-themed car to the Sprint Cup series.
Anonibet, the first bitcoin sportbook and casino, has become the latest gold member of the Bitcoin Foundation.
Bitcoin payments processor BitPay will sponsor the St. Petersburg Bowl over the next three years.
Crowdfunding platform CryptoMex launches a historic campaign to promote bitcoin and pave new avenues to sports sponsorship.