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eToro enters into cooperation with the Racing League

The eToro broker has announced that it has established cooperation with the Racing League, which organizes horse racing. It will be the official partner of the team operating under the name eToro Racing.

According to the announcement, coaches Richard Fahey and Tim Easterby will be part of the team, while William Easterby will be the racing manager. The company has also appointed jockeys who will wear the green colors of eToro Racing. These will be Paddy Mathers, David Allan, and Paul Hanagan.

EToro’s director of global sponsorship, Dylan Holman, said sponsorship deals are a powerful financial education tool for a broker with more than 20 million clients and opening up global markets to all comers.

New cryptocurrencies on eToro’s offer

The broker also announced that it is adding four new cryptocurrencies to its offer. From now on, eToro users will have access to 23 digital assets. The four new cryptocurrencies are:

  • Aave (AAVE),
  • Compound (COMP),
  • Yearn.Finance (YFI),
  • Decentraland (MANA).
Author: Izabela Kamionka

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