Crypto.com Becomes a Sponsor of Aston Martin F1 Team

by Arnab Shome
  • The car company is also considering to launch crypto products.
Crypto.com Becomes a Sponsor of Aston Martin F1 Team
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Cryptocurrency Exchange Crypto.com has inked a high-profile sponsorship deal with British luxury car manufacturer, Aston Martin's Formula One team.

First reported by Insider, both the companies signed a multi-year agreement. However, the financial particulars of the deal were not revealed. Additionally, it is not clear how Crypto.com will promote its brand with the F1 team.

“The fact that a cryptocurrency company can go out there and make a statement like this, and align with such a well-respected brand with such a huge tradition as Aston Martin, it makes a statement that the industry is maturing,” Crypto.com CEO, Kris Marszalek, told the publication.

Aston Martin is known for making luxury fast cars and was popularized by the James Bond movie series. The sponsorship deal came at a crucial year as Aston Martin returned to the F1 racing tracks with its own team after a gap of 61 years.

Sports sponsorship within the trading industry has gained massive popularity over the last few years. Many brokerage platforms have become lead sponsors of top football clubs. Now with the rise in digital currency demand, crypto companies are taking the lead in such sponsorships for brand recognition.

Crypto.com signed the major deal at a time when it is witnessing a massive influx of users. According to its data, its userbase touched 10 million last October.

More Than a Sponsorship Deal

Apart from the usual sponsorship, Aston Martin has additional plans to directly engage in crypto with its new partner.

“There's things called NFTs, which is where we want to push this, there's payment systems. We want to be with Crypto.com to understand this space,” said Jefferson Slack, Commercial Managing Director at Aston Martin F1.

Cryptocurrency Exchange Crypto.com has inked a high-profile sponsorship deal with British luxury car manufacturer, Aston Martin's Formula One team.

First reported by Insider, both the companies signed a multi-year agreement. However, the financial particulars of the deal were not revealed. Additionally, it is not clear how Crypto.com will promote its brand with the F1 team.

“The fact that a cryptocurrency company can go out there and make a statement like this, and align with such a well-respected brand with such a huge tradition as Aston Martin, it makes a statement that the industry is maturing,” Crypto.com CEO, Kris Marszalek, told the publication.

Aston Martin is known for making luxury fast cars and was popularized by the James Bond movie series. The sponsorship deal came at a crucial year as Aston Martin returned to the F1 racing tracks with its own team after a gap of 61 years.

Sports sponsorship within the trading industry has gained massive popularity over the last few years. Many brokerage platforms have become lead sponsors of top football clubs. Now with the rise in digital currency demand, crypto companies are taking the lead in such sponsorships for brand recognition.

Crypto.com signed the major deal at a time when it is witnessing a massive influx of users. According to its data, its userbase touched 10 million last October.

More Than a Sponsorship Deal

Apart from the usual sponsorship, Aston Martin has additional plans to directly engage in crypto with its new partner.

“There's things called NFTs, which is where we want to push this, there's payment systems. We want to be with Crypto.com to understand this space,” said Jefferson Slack, Commercial Managing Director at Aston Martin F1.

About the Author: Arnab Shome
Arnab Shome
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About the Author: Arnab Shome
Arnab is an electronics engineer-turned-financial editor. He entered the industry covering the cryptocurrency market for Finance Magnates and later expanded his reach to forex as well. He is passionate about the changing regulatory landscape on financial markets and keenly follows the disruptions in the industry with new-age technologies.
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