As some cryptocurrencies are striving to be on top of the game, others are dying natural death because they have little or no use cases. Talking about digital currencies with enormous use cases, Litecoin (LTC) is one that cannot be sidelined or rubbished for any reason.
Today, information reached Today’s Gazette that Litecoin has been announced as the “Official Cryptocurrency of the Miami Dolphins.”
This is a sign that the Litecoin Foundation is up and doing to put the digital currency before every meaningful individual, institution and business across the world.
The partnership is unique and outstanding in every sense, since Litecoin is the first digital currency to be adopted by the sports brand.
The collaboration put Litecoin at the front of one of the world’s most respected and celebrated sports brand, the Miami Dolphins.
The partnership, according to information made available by the Litecoin Foundation, opens Litecoin to 2019 NFL season.
Litecoin is going to be working hand in hand with “NFL’s largest and most passionate fan bases through in-game branding and advertising opportunities at Hard Rock Stadium”.
Also, Litecoin is to be included into Miami Dolphins numerous digital contents and properties on the internet.
The collaboration, which also involves Aliant Payments is giving game spectators the advent to purchase tickets for Miami Dolphin’s 50/50 raffles using cryptocurrencies like Litecoin and Bitcoin.
50 percent of the income from the raffles goes to the Miami Dolphins Foundation and its other humanitarian engagement. The raffle tickets are available on the internet and in nothing less than 14 kiosk and raffle seller locations throughout Hard Rock Stadium, a statement has said.
The partnership, according to Charlie Lee, the creator of Litecoin, brings the digital currency closer to millions of sport enthusiasts around the world, this time that cryptocurrency adoption is increasing.
Charlie said the partnership is a big way to increase the use of cryptocurrency, and it will increase the education of newbies who do not know anything about cryptocurrency.
Also, Miami Dolphins Vice President & Chief Information Officer Kim Rometo said the development will enhance the experience of their fans and make guests enjoy the 50/50 raffle.