Crypto.com to start UFC NFTS series. The UFC and Crypto.com have signed a multi-year deal that includes revenue sharing for fighters. The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). The world’s preeminent mixed martial arts organization, and Crypto.com, the world’s fastest-growing cryptocurrency platform. Today announced an expansion of their historic long-term cooperation. Which now includes an exclusive line of UFC non-fungible tokens.
In addition to unique fighter collections, fight night artwork, event posters, championship belts. Also the avatars, artist collaborations, mystery boxes, athlete profiles, and more. Crypto.com will offer a wide variety of UFC digital collectibles, including fight night artwork. Event posters, championship belts, avatars, and more.
Previously announced sponsorship collaboration with Crypto.com, which gives huge visibility for Crypto.com. As the UFC’s first-ever global Official Fight Kit Partner, has been also expanded. To include additional events and sponsorship opportunities. An exclusive series of UFC NFTs will be licensed on a multi-year agreement, and a revenue share component. Will be included in the new agreement. In addition, UFC athletes will receive fifty percent of the proceeds from the sale of NFTs generated by the organization.
Starting on Thursday, November 4, the UFC 268 Packs will be available for purchase on Crypto.com. Which will include limited edition collectible champion belts. As well as event and fighter posters based on UFC 268: USMAN VS. COVINGTON 2. In which takes place this Saturday, November 6, at Madison Square Garden in New York City. UFC NFTs will be available on Crypto.com beginning on Thursday, November 4. While supplies last, fans can purchase UFC NFTs at crypto.com/nft/ufc or by visiting the UFC website.
Crypto.com is a fantastic partner
“Crypto.com is an incredible partner, and the fact that we are already expanding our relationship. After only a few months speaks volumes about their ingenuity. Foresight, and marketplace leadership,” said Tracey Bleczinski, Senior Vice President of Global Consumer Products. At the Ultimate Fighting Championship. In addition to being an exciting expansion of the strong collectible industry that the UFC has built. NFTs are also a unique and authentic method for our devoted customers. And fans to stay connected with the brand.
According to Steven Kalifowitz, CMO of Crypto.com, “UFC is the fastest growing sport in the world. At the same time as NFTs are gaining in popularity as fans seek new and creative ways. To also connect with the sport, the fighters, and the greater UFC community.” “The UFC has been an incredible partner, and we’re please to continue to grow our partnership. While ensuring that the fighters themselves benefit directly, which is a key element of our goal. To ensure that cryptocurrency is a tool for financial empowerment for everyone.”
The Crypto.com was named the first-ever global Official Fight Kit Partner
Crypto.com also named the first-ever global Official Fight Kit Partner. And the first-ever Official Cryptocurrency Platform Partner by the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) in July. Giving the company significant exposure in front of the UFC’s global fan base. Of more than 625 million people and over 166 million social media followers. As well as 900 million TV households in 175 countries that have access to the UFC’s broadcasts. Crypto.com headquartered in San Francisco, California. There are numerous ways in which the Crypto.com brand incorporated into various UFC properties. Like as live broadcasts, pay-per-view events, and UFC-owned social media outlets, among other things.
Crypto.com has just announced a partnership with actor Matt Damon for its first global advertising campaign. Which will serve to officially introduce the site to users (watch it here). In addition to the UFC, F1, Paris Saint-Germain, and the NBA’s Philadelphia 76er. Crypto.com’s portfolio of worldwide brand collaborations will include the NHL’s Montreal Canadiens. Esports team Fnatic, Aston Martin Cognizant Formula 1 Team. And the Lega Serie A football league in Italy.