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The year is 2030.— Trung Phan 🇨🇦 (@TrungTPhan) November 17, 2021
Every professional sports stadium is named after a crypto trading platform.
All 11 copies of the US constitutions are owned by DAOs.
Twitter still doesn’t have an edit button.
AEG and https://t.co/mht717OBXs announce their historic naming rights partnership for one of the world’s most iconic sports and live entertainment venues formerly known as STAPLES Center. For full press release visit: https://t.co/jWHLBF7YUv pic.twitter.com/Q6OhDTIZu7— STAPLES Center (@STAPLESCenter) November 17, 2021
Every great economic cycle manifests itself in things like sport stadium naming - the post-2008 banking landscape led to the Barclays Center, the global smoothie boom led to the New Orleans Pelicans playing at a stadium called "Smoothie King Center"— Tom Gara (@tomgara) November 17, 2021
https://t.co/B2C28rpvUi has launched an absolute marketing onslaught in sports:— Front Office Sports (@FOS) November 17, 2021
PSG: $30M, 3 years
UFC: $175M, 10 years
F1: $100M, 5 years
76ers: $10M, 6 years
Montreal Canadiens, Aston Martin, Serie A...
Now, an LA arena will bear its name for $700M.
(h/t @JasonYanowitz) pic.twitter.com/h7OoxJVjg0
The crypto dot com thing is absurd, but so are people who are like "We want our office supply store back!"— Ryan Mac 🙃 (@RMac18) November 17, 2021
This is a massive step to mainstream adoption and usage of crypto.— Brian Roemmele (@BrianRoemmele) November 17, 2021
It is fascinating to see the mindset evolve over the last 12 years.
From something that was radioactive to just mention to a major sports arena branding.
Congratulations https://t.co/HPf1PBgFnP! https://t.co/XUtLgA4bdA
Crazy watching @cryptocom execute a $1 billion sports marketing campaign.— Yano (hiring!) (@JasonYanowitz) November 17, 2021
1) PSG – $30m 3yr
2) UFC – $175m 10yr
3) Formula 1 – $100m 5yr
4) 76ers – $10m 6yr
5) Montreal Canadiens – logo at center ice
6) Serie A – partnership
And now a $700m 20 year deal with LA stadium. pic.twitter.com/dL1RlNgZM9
The LA Staples Center is being renamed the https://t.co/uagHqM96Bv arena, and the quote from the arean's chief executive is a great example of the meaningless "innovation" technobabble that greets these deals, with zero healthy scepticism pic.twitter.com/MSa9pdZS2i— Joey D'Urso (@josephmdurso) November 17, 2021
I guess what's so funny about "https://t.co/ZPOyQIw2Rv arena" is that since it's got dotcom in the name, it feels like a very Web 1.0 moment. Web 3.0 and Web 1.0. Skipped right over 2.0.— Joe Weisenthal (@TheStalwart) November 17, 2021
(Also never thought about this, but interesting how FANG never bought stadium naming rights)
https://t.co/mhGS4GcaVG paid more than $700 million for the naming rights to what will be known as Staples Center until Dec. 25, according to sources familiar with the terms, making it one of the biggest naming deals in sports history.https://t.co/mFZcEZCEQo— Iliana Limón Romero (@LAT_Iliana) November 17, 2021
Nearly all resources going into crypto are going to marketing, PR, lobbying, and speculation. Virtually none of it is going into actual technological development. It's just a giant con with a huge tailwind provided by, ironically, the Fed. https://t.co/2HfgBoqjZ9— Matt Stoller (@matthewstoller) November 17, 2021
Feels like an ongoing theme of the coming decade is going to be the people currently sitting on hundreds of billions of dollars of crypto windfall profit starting to deploy that money in the “real” world in somewhat unsettling ways— Tom Gara (@tomgara) November 17, 2021
Crypto dot com to pay $700M over 20 years for stadium naming rights !?!?!— Briefly Crypto (@BrieflyCrypto) November 17, 2021
Sentiment: Positivehttps://t.co/07XyLRgPcj has struck a 20-year deal with AEG, the owner and operator of the Staples Center in Los Angeles,...
The Staples Center in Los Angeles will be renamed after a cryptocurrency company in a multi-million dollar deal. Rebrand will be effective from Christmas Day. It will be called "https://t.co/UMOVbTHtx1 Arena" Read more @ : $GMPW $SI $MARA $RIOT https://t.co/7q6b9FwiVw— GiveMePower (@GiveMePower5) November 17, 2021
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