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In a global television commercial, actor Matt Damon promotes Crypto.com

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Cryptocurrency exchange Crypto.com is launching a new commercial starring Hollywood actor Matt Damon. Which will be shown to users all across the world.

In fact, the “fortune favours the brave” commercial. Which features Damon in a digital world populated by historical figures. Such as the Wright brothers and Sir Edmund Hillary, is intended for a global audience of possible crypto users. And investors. The commercial will run on banners and television spots around the world, as per Crypto.com. And will be part of its portfolio of collaborations with major sports franchises and organizations.

Moreover, the news comes on the heels of Crypto.com’s $1 million donation to Water.org. A clean water organisation co-founded by Damon and Gary White in 2009. The platform “shares his commitment to empowering individuals around the world. With the tools they need to take charge of their destinies,” according to the actor.

Matt Damon’s net worth

Matt Damon is one of the highest-earning actors of all time, with films in which he has appeared collecting over $3.88 billion at the North American box office, making him one of Forbes’ most bankable stars.

Besides, Damon, who has won two Academy Awards and two Global Globes, is perhaps one of the most well-known celebrities to endorse a bitcoin exchange. On the other hand, according to research conducted in September, nearly half of Americans stated they would consider investing in a digital asset if a celebrity supports it. Mariah Carey said on October 19 that she will collaborate with cryptocurrency exchange Gemini to increase Bitcoin (BTC) usage.

Additionally, Crypto.com, which founded in 2016, has swiftly become one of the largest rising companies in the digital asset industry. Users can earn rewards for staking the exchange’s native Crypto.com Coin by using a crypto-focused Visa card (CRO). In response to increased consumer protection rules, the corporation recently enhanced its insurance coverage to cover up to $750 million for its 10 million members.

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