President of Inter Miami CF and former professional football player, David Beckham has been signed as the newest ambassador of DigitalBits Crypto. Based on the report, the iconic football legend will help promote the crypto firm to his fans and other brands.
David Beckham is one of the most popular sportsmen in the history of modern football, although retired, he still commands a high fan base. All over social media, his followers reach up to 138 million and are still counting. In the United Kingdom, Beckham is the most influential social media personality. He co-owns the England club, Salford City, and is the president of Inter Miami Football Club.
The iconic footballer is making his debut entrance into blockchain technology and cryptocurrency with this partnership with DigitalBits. This will mean getting into the world of non-fungible tokens (NFTs), Metaverse, and the entire blockchain ecosystem. For Beckham, this will be an opportunity to connect in a different way with his fans.
As part of his obligations to DigitalBits, Beckham will launch innovative projects, NFTs, and events that will portray the benefits and innovations offered by Blockchain. A few of such benefits are the environmental friendliness of the open-source blockchain (DigitalBits) and the high speed of its platform in comparison to other crypto platforms.
In the past, Beckham has worked with highly recognized brands all over the world, Maserati, Adidas, and Tudor amongst others. He intends to employ his prior understanding and relationship with these past brands to expand DigitalBits.
Partnership Spree Between the Blockchain Firms and Sportsmen
The collaboration happening between the blockchain industry and the sports industry is expanding and exposing the crypto space to transformative projects and partnerships. While there are many such partnerships at the moment, David Beckham sees a massive opportunity in this partnership.
Meanwhile, more professional sportsmen are enjoying partnerships from the cryptosphere, Japanese tennis player, Naomi Osaka earlier was made a global ambassador for crypto exchange FTX. Although her goal is to introduce more women into Web3.0, her onboarding will serve as a general expansion for the blockchain world.