Cristiano Ronaldo Becomes Binance Ambassador

Binance, the biggest crypto exchange company according to trade value with coins like BNB, has signed the famous Portuguese football star Cristiano Ronaldo (CR7) on a multi-year partnership. 

Cristiano Ronaldo is a Manchester United forward and the captain of the Portugal national team. He is a five-time Ballon d’Or winner with multiple international awards to his name, such as the player with the most career goals (both global and club-wise) and sportsman of the year numerous times. He is not just an icon on the pitch but also off the pitch, with multiple international sponsorships with top brands like Nike, Armani, Clear Shampoo, e.t.c. 

He is also the most followed person on Instagram, with over 450 million followers, and one of the most followed athletes on Twitter. 

On the 23rd of June, Binance announced their partnership with Cristiano Ronaldo to release NFTs that are directed at Ronaldo and football fans. This partnership will launch a global promotion aiming to give CR7 fans and football fans, in general, an introduction to Web 3 and a dive into the world of cryptocurrency, especially NFTs. 

This is a massive project that will affect already existing coins and NFT projects as well as the crypto market in general because millions of investors and creators will want to have a share in this new collaboration. 

All NFTs that will be released will only be available on the Binance exchange platform because, in order to own these non-fungible tokens (NFT), you must mint them with the coin that they will be listed with and, most importantly, have a Binance Account. 

The first NFT launch will occur later this year and will be a massive project; however, the NFTs will be limited, so if you are a die-hard football fan or a Cristiano Ronaldo fan and want to own one of these limited historic tokens, you must begin your crypto and NFT journey now! 

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