The UFC, the world’s premier mixed martial arts association, and Crypto.com, the world’s fastest-growing cryptocurrency platform, and UFC’s Official Cryptocurrency Platform Partner, announced today the creation of new Fight Night bonus payments for UFC athletes, who will be paid in cryptocurrency as a consequence of the collaboration between the mixed martial arts company and Crypto.com.
The new Fan Bonus of the Night initiative will pay three bitcoin bonuses to the top three fighters competing in each UFC Pay-Per-View event, as determined by fan voting worldwide. The bitcoin payments will vary from US$30,000 for the first position and US$20,000 for the second to US$10,000 for the third spot. UFC will distribute the incentives in bitcoin (BTC) at the current US dollar exchange rate.
The Fan Bonus of the Night will be in addition to the customary Fight of the Night and Performance incentives given to UFC competitors after each UFC event by UFC President Dana White.
The Fan Bonus of the Night debuted at UFC® 273: VOLKANOVSKI vs. THE KOREAN ZOMBIE on April 9, 2022, at VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville, Florida.
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Polling for the Fan Bonus of the Night will start happening on Crypto.com/FanBonus during each UFC Pay-Per-View and will be available to all users worldwide. Each fan will receive three votes each Pay-Per-View and will be able to vote for two combatants in each battle. Voting will begin at the beginning of the Pay-Per-View early rounds and will close one hour after the event concludes.
The new Fan Bonus of the Night is the most recent campaign in Crypto.com’s world-class partnership portfolio, which also includes the recently unveiled Formula 1 Crypto.com Miami Grand Prix, as well as collaborations with European football powerhouse Paris Saint-Germain, Philadelphia 76ers, the historic Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles, and the Australian Football League,
With the world’s fastest-growing cryptocurrency platform, Crypto.com serves over 10 million consumers. Crypto.com, which employs over 4,000 people across the Americas, Europe, and Asia, is hastening the world’s shift to cryptocurrency. In addition, Crypto.com has become an official partner of the 2022 FIFA World Cup, which will be held in Qatar in November.
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