Bitget, one of the world’s fastest-growing cryptocurrency exchanges platforms for trading crypto derivatives has announced a collaboration with Argentina football star and winner of seven Ballon d’Or Awards, Lionel Andres Messi in a news article.
Through this collaboration, Bitget will provide Messi supporters with a special chance to learn more about Web 3.0 and the possibilities of trading cryptocurrencies on the exchange. Additionally, it is agreed upon that the collaboration will enable both sides to dedicate themselves to more significant initiatives that go beyond cryptocurrencies and football.
“I wanted to express my gratitude to Bitget for inspiring me to get involved in the cryptocurrency community. I have faith that both parties will launch worthwhile initiatives and provide web 3 to sports enthusiasts “Says Leo Messi.
“The partnerships we choose to attempt to portray the richness and diversity of our platform community. They let cryptocurrency traders into the field, and we let sports fans into Web 3”, says Bitget’s managing director, Gracy Chen.
Bitget is a leading cryptocurrency exchange that was founded in 2018. With over 55,000 professional traders and nearly 1.1 million followers, One-Click Copy Trade, Bitget’s main social trading tool, demonstrates the company’s substantial work and success in the social trading of cryptocurrencies.
While many cryptocurrency platforms are battling the uncertainty brought on by the recent collapse of the digital currency ecosystem. Bitget asserted that it is in a good position to increase its workforce by 100% before the end of the year.
Lionel Messi’s partnership is not the first to be occurring in the digital space. In related news, Usain Bolt, an 11-time world champion and eight-time Olympic gold winner, has partnered with Step App to elevate fitness and exercise through the use of Web3 and the metaverse.
In 2020, Italian soccer giant, Juventus Football Club enters into a licensing agreement with Sorare, a blockchain-based fantasy football company. As part of the partnership, Juventus will provide extremely rare digital collector cards of some of the team’s most famous superstars, including five-time Ballon d’Or winner Christiano Ronaldo while Sorare will provide digital cards that are created on the Ethereum technology.