With the crypto crash, the Super Bowl is back to beer ads
Did you like last year’s Crypto Super Bowl? If so, I have some bad news for you. Not as bad as if you get a portion of your salary in FTX cryptocurrency last year, but still a blow to those already invested in the industry’s success. There will be no crypto ads during the Super Bowl on Sunday. However, in its place there will be more alcohol.
Ah yes, the more traditional way to send your money across the river to nowhere.
FTX had one of these four cryptocurrencies Ones during last year’s Super Bowl. The FTX version features the perfect celebrity spokesperson — Larry David. Who could be less confident and more dismissive of an alternative form of anything?
I hope Larry gets paid all in cash, because that company no longer exists. The company filed for bankruptcy, lost its Miami Heat’s home naming rights agreement, its founder – Samuel Bankman-Fried – pleaded not guilty to eight counts of fraud and conspiracy, and The company is currently Threaten to sue politicians if they don’t return Bankman-Fried campaign donations.
According to the Associated Press ‘Mae Anderson has are a few transactions for crypto ads nearing completion, but nothing progressed after the FTX crashes hit the news stream.
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For the adrenaline junkies out there, don’t worry. There will likely be a new Caesar commercial featuring JB Smoove and the Manning family as well as ads for other sports books. All of you will definitely be represented on Super Bowl Sunday.
Who is buying big ads this year?
For those out there with high liquidity, the NFL and Fox have you all in mind this year. According to the AP, while Bud Light will get the most airtime of any alcohol company, the official NFL beer won’t be the only adult beverage advertised. Remy Martin, Heiniken, Diageo, and Molson Coors also bought advertising time.
Because after the crash of FTX, we should all be worried about damaging our long-term financial health in such a volatile industry. That money is in a much better place at your local grocery store, Rite Aid, 7 Eleven, liquor store, beverage depot, bar, nightclub, or anywhere that sells alcohol.
Why stress when losing a large amount of money. Instead, slowly but happily, split over $15 at a time with the only chance of seeing a return on your investment is to overspend. Then you can see the product you just invested in leaving your mouth with your dinner.
As a pitcher as good as Larry David, he couldn’t save FTX, and the resulting Super Bowl 2023 could be the first and last “Crypto Bowl”. Oh, maybe Budweiser will bring the frog back.