The largest European crypto-exchange WhiteBIT announces the signing of a partnership agreement with global streaming service Netflix in Europe. This event was an important part of the activities to popularize and implement blockchain technology all over the world, a goal that the WhiteBIT team is confidently pursuing.
Therefore, Netflix subscribers in Europe will be able to pay for their favorite movies and shows using cryptocurrency. The corresponding technical possibility, according to the agreement, is provided by WhiteBIT cryptocurrency exchange specialists.
In addition, the new partners have planned bilateral educational and marketing activities. Future joint events will promote awareness among Netflix fans about blockchain and the use of digital assets in their daily lives. The agreement between WhiteBIT and Netflix will run for at least two and a half years, until May 2025.
“Despite the war, Ukrainian businesses continue to work and win on the economic front. We’re blockchain fans and we’re committed to bringing this passion to all corners of the world. That’s why WhiteBIT has agreed on a long-term partnership with media provider Netflix, a name that has already become iconic to a global audience. We are confident that over time Netflix subscribers’ love of cinematic masterpieces will go side by side with a desire to learn more about blockchain and take advantage of the benefits and freedom that this modern technology provides,” said WhiteBIT CEO Volodymyr Nosov.
Reference: WhiteBIT is the largest cryptocurrency exchange in Europe. It complies with all KYC and AML requirements. It is among the top 2 exchanges in the world in terms of security, based on an independent audit by Hacken and is AAA rated. WhiteBIT team consists of 500+ members.
Netflix, Inc. – an American media service provider and production company headquartered in Los Gatos, California. As of June 30, 2022, Netflix had 220.7 million subscribers worldwide. The service is available worldwide, excluding totalitarian mainland China, Syria, North Korea and russia.