UFC World’s Largest Mixed Martial Arts Organization Will Give Athletes Bitcoin Incentives

  • Fan voting will be used to determine the top three competitors for each UFC pay-per-view (PPV) event. According to the crypto exchange’s post, Bitcoin bonuses include $30,000 for first place, $20,000 for second place, and $10,000 for third place.
  • Bitcoin (BTC) bonuses will be calculated using the current USD exchange rate, with the first Bitcoin Fight Night bonus taking place at UFC 273: Volkanovski vs. Korean Zombie.
  • Each UFC PPV event will involve fan voting, according to Thursday’s release, and fans will access the site through the URL crypto.com/fanbonus. Voting is open to all users worldwide, according to Crypto.com, and fans get three votes per PPV event.

Crypto.com, a digital currency exchange, said on April 7 that fighters in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), an organization promoting mixed martial arts (MMA), will be able to earn Fight Night bonuses in bitcoin. Fight Night bonus rewards will vary depending on where you finish, but first place finishers will receive $30,000 in bitcoins.

UFC along with Crypto.com will award rewards to players using Bitcoin based on public vote

Cryptocurrency exchange Crypto.com on Thursday announced bitcoin bonuses for UFC athletes who place first, second and third in a Fight Night competition after partnering with the UFC during the first week of July 2021. Additionally, fan voting will be used to determine the top three contenders for each UFC pay-per-view (PPV) event. According to the crypto exchange’s post, Bitcoin bonuses include $30,000 for first place, $20,000 for second place, and $10,000 for third place.

Bitcoin (BTC) bonuses will be calculated using the current USD exchange rate, with the first Bitcoin Fight Night bonus taking place at UFC 273: Volkanovski vs. Korean Zombie. On Saturday, April 9, the UFC tournament will take place at VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville, Florida. In a statement, UFC President Dana White said that Crypto.com has been an official partner of the UFC for less than a year, and I tell you they are already one of the best partners. we’ve ever had. The UFC executive went on to say:

Fans can vote for fighters per fight

always finding new ways for us to collaborate in order to connect with fans This new Fan Bonus of the Night is a fantastic method to increase Fans will be engaged, as well as fighters will be recognized for their great efforts. Each UFC PPV event will involve fan voting, according to Thursday’s release, and fans will access the site through the URL crypto.com/fanbonus. Voting is open to all users worldwide, according to Crypto.com, and fans get three votes per PPV event. Voting begins at the start of the PPV preliminaries and ends one hour after the Fight Night event. Each match allows supporters to vote for 2 fighters.

Creating the most creative and exciting ways for fans to connect with the sport and their favorite athletes is fundamental to our partnership with the UFC, said Crypto.com Chief Marketing Officer Steven Kalifowitz. We are thrilled to take this next step with the UFC, and look forward to creating even more unique and engaging experiences as our partnership grows.

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