CoinDeal becomes the first crypto exchange to sponsor a Premier League team

CoinDeal sponsor a Premier League team

CoinDeal one of the well-known crypto exchange platforms has struck a deal with Wolverhampton Wanderers, an English Premier League football club and is rejoicing at the extensive 200,000+ users opting for its service.

CoinDeal’s collaboration with the club has caused in its marking the team’s kit, and a publicity video free at the beginning of February which has been trending on YouTube with over 400,000 views.

The 37-second scene intends to bring to light its almost instant verification process, varied payment options, prompt customer service team, and complete safety that CoinDeal ensures.

In February, CoinDeal started its Premium version for more challenging customers, which provides a more wide switch panel, devoted ticket-lines, a private station on Telegram and quicker verification. The firm says more than 1.5 percent of its users have developed Premium memberships so far.

CoinDeal says that despite the crypto market slowdown which happened recently, it has managed to grow slowly but steadily. And this development received a major boost due to its sponsorship partnership with the club.

Established in March 2018, CoinDeal has grown steadily and soon managed to secure a position among the top 100 crypto exchanges in Coinmarketcap. 

Presently, CoinDeal offers over forty crypto trading pairs along with fiat currencies like US dollars, euros, Russian rouble, and Polish zloty; many more pairs are likely to be added in the coming months.

CoinDeal reportedly has plans to come up with its native cryptocurrency. Additionally, it plans to go through all regulatory preconditions required to be able to function in the US. 

In terms of ensuring complete security to its users, CoinDeal necessitates uses to use complicated passwords. Moreover, two-factor authentication along with an email confirmation is sent off whenever a withdrawal is to be credited. Additional checks are done when a user logs in from an IP other than the one they usually use to log in.