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Inter to break with DigitalBits

Inter are expected to part ways with blockchain company DigitalBits from January after they defaulted on payments. The Nerazzurri signed the lucrative partnership last year, worth a report $85 million, however the relationship has been strained since the summer.

Inter initially removed the DigitaBits logo from their sleeves earlier this year over missed payments, and meetings between the two parties failed to resolve the situation.

La Gazzetta dello Sport now report that DigitalBits have defaulted on payments in the summer and are expected to miss the October payment as well.

The Nerazzurri have been left with a limited amount of time to find a suitable replacement, however DigitaBits are expected to be removed from the clubs shirts in January, when Serie A resumes after the World Cup.

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