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BitGo Signs Agreement With Hana Bank; Prosecutors Narrow in on FTX's Super Bowl Ad With Larry David
BitGo Signs Agreement With Hana Bank; Prosecutors Narrow in on FTX's Super Bowl Ad With Larry David
"CoinDesk Daily" host Jennifer Sanasie breaks down the hottest stories in crypto, as crypto custodian BitGo signs a strategic business agreement with South Korea's Hana Bank....
BitGo Signs Agreement With Hana Bank; Prosecutors Narrow in on FTX's Super Bowl Ad With Larry David

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Weekend Story: I’m Glad There Are No Crypto Super Bowl Ads: Here’s Why
On today’s show we’re picking team reality in the sports affiliation wars, courtesy of CoinDesk research analyst and columnist George Kaloudis.
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SBF's Super Bowl VPN Use Sparks Government Concern
SBF's Super Bowl VPN Use Sparks Government Concern
Sam Bankman-Fried, founder of collapsed crypto exchange FTX, has been using a virtual private network (VPN) to access the internet, potentially prompting a further clampdown o...
SBF's Super Bowl VPN Use Sparks Government Concern

DigiDaigaku NFTs' Price Soar on Secondary Market After Super Bowl Ad
DigiDaigaku NFTs' Price Soar on Secondary Market After Super Bowl Ad
DigiDagaku, an NFT project by Web3 gaming company Limit Break, is seeing a pump on the secondary market after airing a $6.5 million ad touting a free mint of its Dragon Eggs c...
DigiDaigaku NFTs' Price Soar on Secondary Market After Super Bowl Ad

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DigiDaigaku NFTs' Price Rises After $6.5M Super Bowl Ad
Limit Break’s commercial Sunday advertised a free “digital collectible” for scanning a QR code. The floor price on OpenSea Monday is hovering around 0.31 ETH, or about $460.
DigiDagaku NFTs (OpenSea)

Super Bowl LVII: Kansas City Chiefs, the Philadelphia Eagles and no crypto ads (Peter Casey/Getty Images)
I’m Glad There Are No Crypto Super Bowl Ads: Here’s Why
Sportswashing and crypto company hubris are no longer in play this year. And that's a good thing.
Super Bowl LVII: Kansas City Chiefs, the Philadelphia Eagles and no crypto ads (Peter Casey/Getty Images)

Rihanna Song Offered as NFT With Royalty Sharing Ahead of Super Bowl
Rihanna Song Offered as NFT With Royalty Sharing Ahead of Super Bowl
A popular song released by music artist Rihanna was offered as a non-fungible token (NFT) through Web3 music startup anotherblock on Thursday, allowing holders to receive part...
Rihanna Song Offered as NFT With Royalty Sharing Ahead of Super Bowl

Super Bowl LVII Won't Be a 'Crypto Bowl' Like Last Year
Super Bowl LVII Won't Be a 'Crypto Bowl' Like Last Year
In 2022, crypto companies spent a combined $54 million on Super Bowl ads, according to MediaRadar. This year, expensive crypto ads with famous faces won't be part of the big f...
Super Bowl LVII Won't Be a 'Crypto Bowl' Like Last Year

The Super Bowl and Crypto: What a Difference a Year Makes
The Super Bowl and Crypto: What a Difference a Year Makes
Broadcaster Fox Sports recently said there will be "zero representation" of crypto companies in the advertising lineup for this year's Super Bowl championship game on Sunday....
The Super Bowl and Crypto: What a Difference a Year Makes

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NFL Rivals Game Adds QBs Hurts, Mahomes to NFT Lineup Ahead of Super Bowl
Web3 gaming studio Mythical Games is capitalizing on the rivalry between the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs by rolling out 22 new NFTs of players from the football...
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