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CoinDeal extends as Wolves sleeve sponsor

English Premier League football club Wolverhampton Wanderers has agreed a one-season extension to its contract with sleeve sponsor CoinDeal.

A Polish company, the global cryptocurrency exchange platform first partnered with Wolves in July 2018 to support the club’s return to the Premier League. At the time, Wolves said the agreement marked the first-ever sports sponsorship deal involving a cryptocurrency exchange platform.

The partnership will now continue in 2019-20. CoinDeal is the first Polish company to sponsor a Premier League club and has seen a significant growth in interest and custom since linking with Wolves.

CoinDeal branding will once again be visible around Molineux – on LED advertising boards and the first team dugout as the stadium prepares to welcome Uefa Europa League football in 2019-20.

CoinDeal co-founder Kajetan Maćkowiak said: “In the last 12 months, we have seen CoinDeal grow rapidly and we are delighted to announce that we now have over 320,000 users globally. As the CoinDeal brand goes from strength to strength, we are excited about the growth opportunity that the move into the US market offers.

“The launch of the CDL token is designed to help accelerate this growth, it is a fantastic opportunity for new customers to start trading for free and for all CoinDeal customers to take advantage of a variety of other benefits on a premier global cryptocurrency exchange.”

The CoinDeal agreement comes after Wolves last month signed a record main shirt sponsorship deal with ManBetX.

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