Peregrine Corporation joins hands with Cronos to allow cryptocurrency payment.
Peregrine Corporation, a private company, based in South Australia, has teamed with Crypto.com to allow over 170 On the Run (OTR) convenience stores, like gas stations, eateries, and drive-throughs, to take issue cryptocurrency as a payment option.
Karl Mohan, Crypto.com’s general manager for the Asia-Pacific region, stated: “Paying with cryptocurrency at real-time market rates while eliminating the expense and bother of fiat conversions.” One of Australia’s most reputable firms is helping us realize our goal.
Cronos partners with Chainalysis to enable real-time transaction monitoring.
Cronos has teamed up with Chainalysis, a blockchain intelligence startup, to provide real-time transaction monitoring capabilities for the Cronos (CRO) token and all other CRC-20 tokens on the Cronos network.
The new compliance integration intends to make it easier for institutions, cryptocurrency exchanges, and digital asset funds to manage CRC-20 token transfers, letting users follow massive quantities of activity and spot high-risk transactions. Taking advantage of the collaboration allows organizations to prioritize and report on the most pressing concerns.
The partnership indicates another step forward in the growth and adoption of the Cronos blockchain and digital assets. App developers and service providers will access the most innovative tools and services available. According to Cronos’ managing director Ken Timsit, the Chainalysis data platform “is one of these critical underpinnings.”
Cardlytics partners with Crypto.com to provide more incentives for U.S Visa card users.
Through a new relationship with Cardlytics, a cash-back rewards service with various brands and retail partners, Crypto.com, the world’s most popular and lucrative crypto-card program, will now provide even more incentives.
Cardholders in the United States may now earn an additional 10% back in extra rewards on their current Crypto.com Visa Card benefits. All U.S.-based credit cards are immediately registered in the program. Reward opportunities at leading shops such as Adidas, Costco, H&M, Office Depot, Sam’s Club, and Shake Shack will be available to Cardlytics customers due to their agreement with the credit card processing service provider.
Joe Anzures, Crypto.com’s SVP and General Manager for North America, commented, “The cash-back incentives offered by Crypto.com Visa cards are the best. Adding Cardlytics-powered incentives on top of it would amplify the advantages for our customers.” He further said, “By assisting our consumers in unlocking the value of their cryptocurrency for payments and collecting crypto incentives anytime they use their card, we want to accelerate cryptocurrency adoption further.”
Crypto.com joins as a world cup sponsor and what this means to society.
Crypto.com has been on your screen for months now, sometimes due to price changes updates and others for news on the community’s growth-seeking moves. Therefore, it is not surprising to see the level of growth the project has achieved in a short time and lots of exciting prospects. The most exciting news is the recent announcement of a new sponsor, crypto.com, in the much-anticipated FIFA world cup.
This makes crypto.com the first cryptocurrency exchange platform to sponsor the FIFA world cup. This brings more awareness and recognition to the crypto.com project and pitches it with other top projects. This kind of fame comes with new investors, which is always great for every project that aims high.
What do we know about the deal?
FIFA’s Chief Commercial Officer Kay Madati said, “Crypto.com has already shown a commitment to sponsoring top-tier clubs and leagues, important events, and famous venues throughout the globe, and there is no platform larger or with a higher reach or cultural influence than FIFA’s global football platform.”
Founder and CEO of Crypto.com Kris Marszalek said, “We couldn’t be more delighted to sponsor the FIFA World Cup, one of the most renowned competitions in the world, and to promote additional exposure of Crypto.com internationally.”
He went on to say, “Through our relationship with FIFA, we continue to leverage our platform in unique ways so that Crypto.com can fuel the future of top-class sports and fan experiences throughout the globe.”
In addition to Adidas, Coca-Cola, and Visa, Crypto.com has been named an official sponsor of the FIFA World Cup in 2022.
Other exciting news updates you missed?
Apart from the exciting sponsorship deal of the FIFA world cup holding in Qatar, there has been other exciting news that you might have missed. Top on our list is the initiative to interfere in the ongoing Russia-Ukraine turf. Crypto.com pushed an idea to advertise the last 94th Academy Oscar Awards to gather donations to support Ukraine.
Ukraine made the law amendment to accommodate crypto as a means of donation following the Russian invasion. This made it easier for people to donate conveniently without exposing their identity, another win for the crypto world. Following this news, crypto.com brought the idea of supporting the war. Crypto.com matched the total amount is over $1 million in donations and shared the money with Ukrainians through the International Red Cross Crescent Movement.
Another major win for the community is the announcement to establish a regional hub office in Dubai. According to Dubai’s new laws, the Emirate intends to become an international hub for crypto-assets and linked businesses such as the Metaverse. Bybit also followed en-suite with an announcement to move its headquarters from Singapore to Dubai following the amendment in Dubai laws.
How will the partnerships help the community grow?
With the massive recognition and a new number of investors coming to get a cut of the cake, if you don’t have a part of the cake, the time to buy was yesterday; today might not be the wrong time. Buying more portions of the cake won’t be wrong now for existing investors.