Press Release announcedRugby League World Cup 2021 (RLWC2021)Announced CoinExas its official cryptocurrency trading platform partner.
founded in 2017. CoinEx is a professional global cryptocurrency exchange Dedicated to “making crypto trading easier,” CoinEx provides highly secure, stable, and efficient services to its 3 million global users.
This is the first time the World Cup has followed other sports in welcoming a cryptocurrency company as a partner, and CoinEx is honored to have the opportunity to establish a partnership with RLWC2021.
CoinEx CEO Haipo Yang said“We genuinely admire what RLWC2021 represents. It is pioneering a way for the sport to reach new audiences and we are excited to be a part of it through our partnership.”
“This will be the first major sponsorship effort we undertake.” “We look forward to working together to make this a success for both parties.”
John Dutton, Chief Executive of RLWC2021said. “Encryption companies have recently established themselves in the sports sponsorship market and we are delighted to bring this innovative area to the Rugby League World Cup.
“CoinExis a global company that values its trading platform to be secure, stable, professional, and compliant, which aligns with the authenticity values of RLWC2021. We are excited to add CoinEx to our partner roster and look forward to working together in partnership.”
RLWC2021 is set to take place in from October 15 to November 19, 2022 and will be the first time the RLWC will encompass men’s, women’s and wheelchair competitions in one event.
For more information on the Rugby League World Cup 2021, hosted bysee CoinEx73} . https://www.rlwc2021.com/ .
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