Wests Tigers partner with Qoin

Wests Tigers partner with Qoin
Author
Dan Talintyre
Timestamp
Thu 14 May 2020, 10:31 AM

Wests Tigers are pleased to announce that Qoin have joined the club as a gold partner for the 2020 NRL season.

Qoin, an initiative of Bartercard, is an emerging digital currency with a difference that will enable customers to spend online while also allowing merchants the opportunity to increase their customer base by reducing spare capacity and building profitability.

The partnership will see the Qoin branding feature prominently throughout the revised 2020 season at Wests Tigers home matches and through a number of digital engagement strategies, while also joining the club’s exclusive business network, Wests Tigers Connect.

Qoin Chief Marketing Officer Andrew Barker said he was excited at the opportunities of presenting Qoin to the club’s loyal Members and corporate partners.

“Qoin is an exciting project that brings a lot of opportunities for businesses and consumers,” Barker said. “Wests Tigers have a very strong supporter and corporate base and we are extremely excited to be working with them as a result.

7d66067c-abc7-4314-9ce1-35e7fb4d4cd7-image.png Qoin National Sponsorship Executive Michael Blackburn and Wests Tigers Head of Corporate Partnerships Luke Matthews
Qoin National Sponsorship Executive Michael Blackburn and Wests Tigers Head of Corporate Partnerships Luke Matthews
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“As an organisation, we’re working on some innovative ideas for the Members and fans to stay engaged with their club even if we cannot attend matches.

"Qoin is a dynamic and vibrant brand and I’m sure there’s lots of fun to be had with the Wests Tigers Members, supporters and fellow corporate partners throughout the season as a result.”

Wests Tigers Head of Corporate Partnerships Luke Matthews welcomed Qoin to the club.

“While nobody could have predicted the way this season has unfolded so far, Wests Tigers have continued to grow positively and evolve on and off the field,” Matthews said.

“This partnership is further testament to that strength, and we’re looking forward to working closely with Qoin to achieve the goals of both organisations in the year ahead.”

For more information on Qoin, visit http://qoin.world.

Never heard of them. i do like their name, very clever.

Is it better than Bitcoin…?

@Geo said in Wests Tigers partner with Qoin:

Is it better than Bitcoin…?

Maybe you should ask the overlords.

Where is @Hangonaminute, he’s a sometimes belligerent crypto enthusiast

@jirskyr said in Wests Tigers partner with Qoin:

Where is @Hangonaminute, he’s a sometimes belligerent crypto enthusiast

This isn’t his crypto of choosing though so I think he will be disappointed. Are we now going to pay our players in a crypto currency?

@cochise said in Wests Tigers partner with Qoin:

@jirskyr said in Wests Tigers partner with Qoin:

Where is @Hangonaminute, he’s a sometimes belligerent crypto enthusiast

This isn’t his crypto of choosing though so I think he will be disappointed. Are we now going to pay our players in a crypto currency?

money of the future apparently 🤷‍♂️

@TheDaBoss said in Wests Tigers partner with Qoin:

@cochise said in Wests Tigers partner with Qoin:

@jirskyr said in Wests Tigers partner with Qoin:

Where is @Hangonaminute, he’s a sometimes belligerent crypto enthusiast

This isn’t his crypto of choosing though so I think he will be disappointed. Are we now going to pay our players in a crypto currency?

money of the future apparently 🤷‍♂️

Could you imagine Joey’s reaction if his salary dropped in half overnight due to it being in crypto? lol

@cochise said in Wests Tigers partner with Qoin:

@jirskyr said in Wests Tigers partner with Qoin:

Where is @Hangonaminute, he’s a sometimes belligerent crypto enthusiast

This isn’t his crypto of choosing though so I think he will be disappointed. Are we now going to pay our players in a crypto currency?

Your starting salary will be 400 qoins, 50 bitcoins and 200 thousand dollarydoos.

@jirskyr said in Wests Tigers partner with Qoin:

@cochise said in Wests Tigers partner with Qoin:

@jirskyr said in Wests Tigers partner with Qoin:

Where is @Hangonaminute, he’s a sometimes belligerent crypto enthusiast

This isn’t his crypto of choosing though so I think he will be disappointed. Are we now going to pay our players in a crypto currency?

Your starting salary will be 400 qoins, 50 bitcoins and 200 thousand dollarydoos.

Is that as much as treefiddy?Apologies if you never watched South Park

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@Geo said in Wests Tigers partner with Qoin:

Is it better than Bitcoin…?

Bartercard is full of Dodgy Brothers run by a South African and an Indian. Went to their launch in Adelaide late last year and the hard sell was extraordinary. They were desperate. DO NOT buy into this unless you are uber-rich.

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I’m getting Radisson Maine vibes. I hope they can pay.

@AJ1 said in Wests Tigers partner with Qoin:

I’m getting Radisson Maine vibes. I hope they can pay.

My first thought too. Maybe even herbal world…
However I will also say this. Back in 93 a uni lecturer showed us a thing called the internet. Me and a mate laughed…as if that will take off, as we went to the pub…

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Is this better than dogecoin?

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Crypto … another Firepower.

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