Another week, another national team deal for Polish fintech powerhouse Cinkciarz

Polish fintech brand Cinkciarz has signed a new multi-year deal with the Czech Football Association.

The deal will see Cinkciarz become the Official Money Transfer Partner of the Czech national team.

Cinkciarz is an online currency exchange and money transfer platform, whose international-facing brand is known as Conotoxia.

As part of the deal, both Cinkciarz and Conotoxia will enjoy brand exposure on LED boards and other signage at Czech national team matches, and in marketing activities at the Czech FA.

Cinkciarz will work with the Czech FA on money transfers, payments, currency exchange and Forex, and will also hold collective image rights to Czech national team players.

Last week Cinkciarz signed a similar Official Money Partner deal with the Welsh national team.

Cinkciarz already has significant partnerships with the Chicago Bulls, the Polish national team, and the Uefa Under-21 Championship.

After launching in 2011, Cinkciarz has grown rapidly. It now trades in 26 currencies, and surpassed $5bn (€4.27bn) in transactions in the last year alone.

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