Saturday, December 2, 2023

Melbourne Storm seals three-year partnership with Cointree

Melbourne Storm has sealed a multimillion-dollar partnership with Cointree – Australia’s premier cryptocurrency exchange. Cointree’s logo will feature on the sternum of the team’s training shirts for the 2022 season. In the 2023 and 2024 NRL seasons, the crypto exchange will feature on the Melbourne Storm team’s playing shorts.

Jessica Renden, the Chief Operating Officer of Cointree, is pleased as the Cointree logo will run out on the field for the next three seasons. The crypto exchange will work with the Melbourne Storm community and use this opportunity to increase awareness and knowledge about digital assets becoming a popular mainstream investment. Renden highlighted that Cointree was the first Australian exchange to introduce a dedicated crypto learning hub.

Justin Rodski, the CEO of Melbourne Storm, expressed excitement about partnering with Cointree. He said the team is gearing for an exciting journey with the crypto exchange. Rodski pointed out that Melbourne Storm has been wanting to diversify its partnership over the past 12 months. The rugby league club had been looking for new opportunities for its members and fans to engage with. Rodski noted that having a new partner like Cointree gives the club confidence.

To mark this new partnership, Melbourne Storm is giving fans an opportunity to win $1500 in crypto. This is being favored by the team’s renowned players – Chris Lewis, Ryan Papenhuyzen, and Jahrome Hughes.

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