Crypto Takes Over the Super Bowl!!
Crypto takes over the Super Bowl. The Crypto Bowl 2022, once again seeing cryptocurrency at the forefront of pretty much everything as cryptocurrency is taking over the world’s largest sporting event.
Super Bowl LVI becomes Crypto Bowl with Commercials, Ad Campaigns for big game
We are going to see tens of millions of people watching one sporting event and what’s going to be a bigger than ever is the commercials.
As always, nobody really cares about the game at the end of the day. They care about the game, but more and more and more people watch the game just to see the commercials. And now we are going to see tons and tons of cryptocurrency commercials, which is going to continue that narrative of cryptocurrency mainstream adoption in 2022.
Today with the Super Bowl and all the excitement around cryptocurrency and Dogecoin is looking very bullish. We are seeing a lot of excitement, a lot of hype building around. We could see a little bit of a short squeeze with Dogecoin. If we do see Dogecoin get a lot of excitement, a Super Bowl commercial. We will see Dogecoin definitely break this 16 cent range.
Super Bowl LVI could go down as one of the most talked about NFL games of all-time for a growing sector. Talk in the cryptocurrency sector centers on the massive bets being taken by companies to promote their cryptocurrency exchanges and platforms, leading to the game being labeled the “Crypto Bowl” by several publications.
Super Bowl LVI will feature commercials from several cryptocurrency companies and ad campaigns tied to the big game
Super Bowl LVI will air at 6:30 p.m. EST on Sunday, Feb. 13 on NBC, a unit of Comcast Corp. The game is expected to be watched by over 100 million people in the U.S. and millions more worldwide. This year’s 30-second commercials cost an average of $6.5 million. That’s a cost of 148.83 Bitcoin each for you crypto lovers out there.
We have Crypto.com getting in on the Super Bowl commercials, we have Coinbase getting in on the Super Bowl commercials, we have the SoFi Technologies that is actually hosting the game. We have BitBuy Canadian crypto trading company, will air a Super Bowl commercial in its home country.. And we have Binance that’s getting in on this. They are sponsored the event in Los Angeles, where the game will be played.