FTX Advertises and Gives Away Bitcoins at Super Bowl 56 in the US

TokenInsight news, Super Bowl 56 took place on February 13 at 23:30 UTC at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, U.S. The cryptocurrency exchange FTX sponsored the event and placed an advertisement. The advertisement also includes a bitcoin giveaway segment. In addition, crypto companies such as Coinbase, Crypto.com, Bitbuy, and eToro also sponsored the Super Bowl. Among them, Coinbase spent $14 million to run ads during the Super Bowl, causing a short period of website downtime.
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