Super Bowl LVII will not feature any crypto-related advertisements
Key points:Coinbase and Crypto.com ran Super Bowl LVI ads last year when cryptocurrency was very popular. Due to falling prices and high-profile crashes, cryptocurrency was marginalized this year.
NFT and Limit Break spent $6.5 million advertising during Super Bowl LVII. The company will be promoting its digital collectibles that are “free to own” tonight.
Coinbase, Crypto.com and eToro all ran Super Bowl LVI ads last year when cryptocurrency was in vogue. The fall in cryptocurrency prices and a volatile macroeconomic backdrop have made it difficult for cryptocurrency to be prominently promoted during Super Bowl LVII. The company will be promoting its “free to-own” digital collectibles tonight. NFT and Limit Break spent $6.5 million on advertising during Super Bowl LVII. It was part of a larger campaign by cryptocurrency companies to use sponsorships in sports to gain access to the public. FTX declared bankruptcy in November and its founder was accused of orchestrating a fraud against investors. We encourage you to do your research before investing.Join us to keep track of news: https://linktr.ee/coincuWebsite: coincu.comAnnieCoincu NewsNo Super Bowl Ads Will Be Running, According To Binance, Coinbase, Kraken, And eToroAfter The Crisis Of FTX, Will Tom Brady Make A Comeback In Encryption?Is Coinbase NFT At A Deadlock With A Massive Drop In Trading Volumes?Reddit Releases 500k Super Bowl LVII Collectible Avatars On February 6Coinbase Review: Top Trading Platform With Many Supported FeaturesThe Crossroads Of Brand NFT, Metaverse To The Left, Web 3.0 To The RightTags: CoinbasecryptoCrypto AdvertisementsSuper Bowl LVII