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 9/2/22 Diary partner If anyone from ed3 got into the UN events  "civil society transforming education please say" Hoping to host some fringe cafe meeting on web3 and Un2  impacts on this topic ny 14 and 15 september probably flatiron district NY, or anywhere manhattan or brooklyn we can get quorum of 3 or more IN 2016 at UNGA, year 1 review of sdg4 education was so hopeless that tech people led by world bank's jim kim started digital cooperation connections between new york and geneva; fortunately since Guterres appointed to 10 year term he's multiplied more and more tech cooperation -see it appears that in our wondrous wizarding world: sunday nght UN-mongolia has taken up un's baton for 48 hours of web3-sdgs 

Tuesday, December 20, 2022

 fans of sports in communities meed to hope fried gets life inmprisonment

agents need a shake out too

 and as for the bbc total failure of world service purpose

to see why start wityh this extract from bloomberg 12.20.22


Welcome to Bloomberg Crypto, our twice-weekly look at Bitcoin, blockchain and more. If someone forwarded this to you, sign up here. In today’s edition, Carly Wanna surveys the field as FTX’s collapse threatens crypto sports sponsorships:  

An FTX red card

For many sports fans, it’s all about the love of the game. Sunday’s World Cup championship had plenty of that passion on display. Argentinians were enamored with Lionel Messi, the French infatuated with Kylian MbappĂ©.

Look to the sidelines, though, and you could spot another kind of relationship in play, with’s name plastered conspicuously near the pitch after it splashed out an undisclosed sum as a sponsor of the one-month tournament in Qatar. 

It’s become a familiar sight, a manifestation of the years-long affair between crypto and sports. Teams and leagues want sponsors who are willing to pay up. Crypto companies want users — and with the tie-ups, they’re hoping to gain from the brand awareness that comes with a logo on a jersey or a moniker atop a stadium.

But the attraction may be coming to an end. Or at the very least, it’s moving out of the infatuation stage. Months ago, Sam Bankman-Fried’s FTX was a heavyweight in the world of sports’ sponsorships. Its collapse has left many athletic groups in need of funds. What’s more, it’s made many players wary of any blockchain partnerships.

According to consulting firm GlobalData, FTX had spent close to $100 million on sports sponsorships in 2021. That trailed only ($144 million) and ($132 million).