Crypto Snack, an iGaming token, announced on Monday that it partnered with RCD Espanyol, a Spanish football club, to become the first La Liga club to accept payments in  cryptocurrencies  next season.

"The sponsorship agreement offers huge advantages both on and off the pitch, and for both Pericos and all soccer fans who visit our fantastic facilities. With this step, we become pioneers in a field that is not the future, but already the present," Mao Ye Wu, the CEO of RCD Espanyol, commented.

With headquarters in Barcelona, Crypto Snack is the world's fastest-growing iGaming token and partner for traditional sports franchises as well as other businesses. In addition to being listed on several major crypto exchanges, SNACK is listed with CoinsPaid, the largest coin processing company in the world.

"It is an absolute honour for the Crypto Snack team and community to partner with one of the biggest and most well-known clubs in Europe. The partnership opens the club up to a whole new marketplace and allows Espanyol fans a fun, efficient way to support their team through the use of SNACK and other cryptocurrencies. For Crypto Snack, the chance to partner with a club that views cryptocurrencies as the future was very special. RCDE understands the value of not just SNACK, but the whole crypto community. It is very exciting for current and future SNACK holders to be able to use their tokens to buy their new Espanyol kit, a season ticket, or match day experience. With the backing of our holders, the broader crypto community, and Espanyol's fans, the sky is the limit for RCD Espanyol and the SNACK token,” Stuart Morrison, the CEO of Crypto Snacks, pointed out.

OKX Deal with McLaren Racing

The international crypto-exchange OKX, based in Malta, recently announced a partnership with British Formula One team McLaren Racing.

OKX will receive the status of McLaren Racing's Official Primary Partner under the sponsorship agreement. In addition, the crypto exchange will become the primary sponsor of McLaren's Shadow esports team, which debuted in 2017.

Crypto Snack, an iGaming token, announced on Monday that it partnered with RCD Espanyol, a Spanish football club, to become the first La Liga club to accept payments in  cryptocurrencies  next season.

"The sponsorship agreement offers huge advantages both on and off the pitch, and for both Pericos and all soccer fans who visit our fantastic facilities. With this step, we become pioneers in a field that is not the future, but already the present," Mao Ye Wu, the CEO of RCD Espanyol, commented.

With headquarters in Barcelona, Crypto Snack is the world's fastest-growing iGaming token and partner for traditional sports franchises as well as other businesses. In addition to being listed on several major crypto exchanges, SNACK is listed with CoinsPaid, the largest coin processing company in the world.

"It is an absolute honour for the Crypto Snack team and community to partner with one of the biggest and most well-known clubs in Europe. The partnership opens the club up to a whole new marketplace and allows Espanyol fans a fun, efficient way to support their team through the use of SNACK and other cryptocurrencies. For Crypto Snack, the chance to partner with a club that views cryptocurrencies as the future was very special. RCDE understands the value of not just SNACK, but the whole crypto community. It is very exciting for current and future SNACK holders to be able to use their tokens to buy their new Espanyol kit, a season ticket, or match day experience. With the backing of our holders, the broader crypto community, and Espanyol's fans, the sky is the limit for RCD Espanyol and the SNACK token,” Stuart Morrison, the CEO of Crypto Snacks, pointed out.

OKX Deal with McLaren Racing

The international crypto-exchange OKX, based in Malta, recently announced a partnership with British Formula One team McLaren Racing.

OKX will receive the status of McLaren Racing's Official Primary Partner under the sponsorship agreement. In addition, the crypto exchange will become the primary sponsor of McLaren's Shadow esports team, which debuted in 2017.