Manchester City end partnership with mysterious crypto firm
Manchester City end partnership with mysterious crypto firm 3Key Technologies after just two months, as firm executives did NOT appear in online searches
- 3Key Technologies were announced as an ‘official regional partner’ of Man City
- City maintained that they had undertaken background checks on the company
- Premier League champions are now ready to sever ties with the start-up
- It emerged those running 3Key did not not appear on relevant internet searches
Manchester City are set to end their partnership with a mysterious cryptocurrency firm.
Start-up 3Key Technologies were announced as an ‘official regional partner’ two months ago. But the Premier League champions quickly suspended the deal after it emerged the company’s executives were not readily found online.
Sportsmail understands City — who maintain they had done due diligence on the firm — are now ready to sever ties with 3Key.
Manchester City have suspended their mysterious partnership with 3Key Technologies
The company were said to be launching a product in the coming months and had signed an agreement with City focused on regions away from the UK.
But questions were raised surrounding 3Key after those running the business did not appear on relevant internet searches.
City’s commercial drive has accelerated in recent years, with the club listing 30 global partners and 16 others in specific regions on their official website.
Start-up 3Key Technologies were announced as an ‘official regional partner’ two months ago
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City announced the ‘official luxury hotel partner’ on Tuesday and have used their facilities before as a base during training camps.
Pep Guardiola’s squad are expected to stay at Emirates Palace later this month if their planned warm-weather training break goes ahead.
City maintain they had done due diligence on the firm but are now ready to sever ties with it
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