Tuesday, January 25, 2022

Adelaide Strikers partner with Swyftx

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Adelaide Strikers are pleased to announce a new major partnership with Swyftx, an Australian owned and operated crypto exchange.

The agreement will see Swyftx on the back of the Strikers playing tops during KFC BBL|11.

Swyftx allows users to purchase Bitcoin, Ethereum and hundreds of other crypto assets, with some of the lowest trading fees and smallest spreads on the market. Protected by two-factor authentication and biometric logins, Swyftx is also one of the most secure places to buy, sell and trade digital currencies anywhere, at anytime.

Chris Vanek, Swyftx Chief Marketing Officer, is delighted to join the Australian cricketing family.

“Swyftx are committed to maintain our status as Australia’s most trusted crypto exchange. Being the first Australian cryptocurrency exchange to sponsor a major cricket team is a huge milestone, one that signals that the best is yet to come.

“Our alignment with the Adelaide Strikers in the BBL has been established to honour and respect the competitive drive that sport encourages. With cryptocurrency and blockchain technology on the rise, their integration with the sporting industry will continue to be ground-breaking.

“At Swyftx, our core principles include the constant pursuit of excellence and our deep-seated mantra to have fun. We believe our partnership with Adelaide Strikers is a great way to reflect those values and we hope to continue supporting one of Australia’s serious contenders for the BBL.”

SACA Chief Commercial Officer Andrew Sweet joins in Swyftx’s positivity with the announcement.

“The BBL is a leader in Australian sports entertainment, and the Strikers are excited to welcome a leading crypto exchange to the team. We are always looking for ways to innovate and inspire, and this partnership with Swyftx helps us achieve that.”

Andrew Sweet, Chief Commercial Officer, South Australian Cricket Association announcing the partnership with an Australian owned and operated crypto exchange, SWYFTX

Photo Credit: LinkedIn profile photo of Andrew Sweet

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