CoinDeal Sponsors Premier League’s Wolves’ Sleeves

The crypto world howls loudly once more, as crypto exchange platform CoinDeal signs a deal with the English Premier League team Wolverhampton Wanderers, thereby causing for its logo to appear on the sleeves of the Wolves’ shirts.

CoinDeal Wolves deal

We are seeing history in the making, as this will be the first time that a cryptocurrency exchange platform will partner with a notable football club.

“It’s a Big Moment”

The deal follows the Wolves’ timely return to the Premier League and will be effective until at least until the end of the notable football team’s 2018-2019 campaign. Kajetan Maćkowiak, CoinDeal’s co-founder, couldn’t contain his excitement regarding the deal.

In an interview on the Wolves’ site, Maćkowiak said:

“I’m really excited about this deal. It’s amazing for us. It’s a big moment. We are a new cryptocurrency exchange platform, and probably will be the pioneer around the world — the first cryptocurrency platform [as a] partner for a football club. We are decided to go with Wolverhampton, and hopefully, we’ll be with [the team] for a few years.”

When asked for what made them want to partner with the Wolves, Maćkowiak cited the “amazing society in which all the city is altogether with the team.” Also, he acknowledged the new owner (Fosun) who has big plans for it. Finally, he pointed out that “the club is very hungry to go back to the Premier League.”

Not only will the branding be etched on the players’ shirts, but it will also be shown on LED advertising boards as well as the first team dugout at their turf — the Molineux Stadium. Furthermore, it will be seen on the team’s training kit.

Very Grateful For

Wolves are very ecstatic about the deal as well, as Laurie Dalrymple, the club’s managing director, said that “once more, a partner has agreed to tweaking the color of their logo to complement our kit, which is a huge gesture of goodwill towards the club and its fans, and something we are very grateful for.”

All the same, the club is looking forward to working with CoinDeal throughout their first season back in the English Premier League, considering that the crypto exchange platform “is a bold and progressive company, who[m] we believe to be an ideal match to become one of our principal partners,” Dalrymple added.

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