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Dillian Whyte Crypto sponsorship ahead of Tyson Fury fight

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In the run-up to fighting Tyson Fury boxer Dillian Whyte has announced he will join the Lucky Block crypto project as a brand ambassador.

The Dillian Whyte v Tyson Fury fight is scheduled for Saturday April 23rd at Wembley Stadium, for the WBC heavyweight championship one of the highest profile fights to take place in the United Kingdom.

Athletes Promoting Crypto

Posting the news to his Twitter account @DillianWhyte he called UK based Lucky Block project ‘the #1 Crypto games platform where everyone’s a winner‘.

Tyson Fury also supports cryptocurrency, recently promoting meme coin Floki Inu.

Boxer Floyd Mayweather has also been known for promoting crypto projects and non-fungible token (NFT) collections.

Another celebrity ambassador for the Lucky Block army and LBLOCK token is Love Island’s Jamie Jewitt.


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Dillian Whyte on Lucky Block

The British professional boxer has many talents, being a former kickboxer and mixed martial artist, holding many titles including being ranked the world’s fifth best active heavyweight by The Ring magazine.

Commenting on his move into the crypto world, he stated:

‘When Lucky Block first approached me with a sponsorship deal I didn’t know who they were or what they did. I was excited to learn about their business and the new, transparent and fair approach that they bring to prize draws and competitions using cryptocurrency.

They tell me they are going to move into Play to Earn games too and I’m down for that as someone who enjoys games of chance and video games.

It would be great to have a platform where everyone knows there’s a level playing field and that’s what Lucky Block say they are doing. Those are my kind of values – a fair fight with everything on the level.

I’m a winner and Lucky Block want to be the sports games winners – that’s the kind of match-up that can count out any competition. Very pleased to have tied-up with a new coin that is set to be going places and wants everyone to be a winner with the great rewards for all they have going.

It opens up a chance for me to use my fighting talents to introduce boxing fans to crypto and the benefits it has to offer. Hopefully this tie up will also lead some of the crypto community to start paying attention to boxing too.’

Lucky Block recently hit a milestone of 50,000 holders according to BscScan data.

Lucky Block NFTs

As well as their native token LBLOCK which went on a 65x run in Q1 2022, Lucky Block have also launched a Platinum High Rollers Club NFT collection.

Lucky Block NFTs are listed for sale at new marketplace NFT Launchpad and could increase in popularity as Dillian Whyte raises awareness of them among his followers.

In recent months the NFT markets have been outperforming the crypto markets, and sports fans have embraced the digital collectibles – sportsbook DraftKings even launched their own NFT store.

Coinbase also finally launched their own NFT marketplace earlier today, in a beta version. The NFT bull market shows no sign of slowing down in 2022.

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