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Inter remove DigitalBits Logo from website

Inter have removed the DigitalBits logo from the club website due to a delay to the sponsorship payments from the blockchain company. The club had signed a lucrative deal with the Crypto firm which would see the logo also appear on the clubs shirts this season.

Il Sole 24 Ore report that the Nerazzurri are unhappy with DigitalBits as they have not been keeping up on their payments and the delay has resulted in the firms logo being removed from the site for the moment.

A meeting reportedly took place yesterday in Monte Carlo to discuss the issue further but there’s no suggestion of a resolution as yet.

Tuttosport report today that Inter may need to go a step further and find a new shirt sponsor should the issue not be resolved before the start of the season.

The four-year partnership was only signed last year and is worth a $85 million while fellow Serie A side Roma also have an agreement in place with DigitalBits for the new season.

XDB, the cryptocurrency of DigitalBits, currently has a price of $0.038718, down 96.14% from its all-time high of $1.03 last November.

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