The NFL star, Tom Brady, has agreed a long-term deal for the FTX cryptocurrency exchange ambassador. A long-term agreement has been reached.
Cryptocurrency exchange continues to drive sports through great NFL partnerships.
The seven-time Super Bowl winner, on the other hand, takes a stake in FTX and receives an unspecified amount.
The FTX has also partnered with Gisele Bünchen, Brady’s wife, who is to become a shareholder in the company.
An official release said FTX would contribute to the education of cryptocurrencies by Brady and Bündchen. While the trio would also contribute several million dollars to charities annually over the duration of the partnership.
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“This particular opportunity showed us the importance of educating people about the power of crypto while simultaneously giving back to our communities and planet,” said Brady. “We have the chance to create something really special here, and I can’t wait to see what we’re able to do together.”
The deal with Brady is the latest in a growing list of sports partnerships announced by FTX, which last week unveiled a five-year agreement with Major League Baseball (MLB). It saw the company become the first cryptocurrency exchange to sponsor a professional sports league.
“The importance of teaching people the power of crypto while at the same time giving back to our communities and planet has proven to be important to us here,” Brady said. “There is a really special opportunity for us to create something here, and I cannot wait to see what we can do together.”
The agreement with the company, Brady is the last of a growing list of sports associations announced by FTX that unveiled last week an agreement of five years with the Major League Baseball (MLB).
Additionally, FTX recently agreed that a US $210,000,000 markup agreement should be entered into with Team SoloMid, a sports organisation, while it pays US $135,000,000 to put its name at the home of Miami Heat, the NBA.
According to Sportico, Brady, also partnering with Under Armour, T-Mobile and IWC Schaffhausen, has a yearly revenue of US $22 million from its approval agreements.