British boxing champion Florian Marku has signed on to become an official ambassador for crypto games platform Lucky Block, who are making waves in the realm of boxing.
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Having recently signed on to sponsor Dillian Whyte, who featured in the ring alongside heavyweight champion Tyson Fury in the biggest boxing event oft the year, Lucky Block have continued their infiltration of the boxing world by partnering with another world-class talent.
29-year-old Florian Marku, or ‘The Albanian King’ as he is known ringside, is so far unbeaten since making the switch from Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) kickboxing, in which he lost just four of his 110 fights before he set his sights on conquering boxing. He has held the IBF Welterweight title since September 2021, and shows no sign of slowing down.
Lucky Block are said to be penning contracts with a whole host of further big names here in the UK and abroad, with their aim to become a heavyweight in the boxing sphere.
Today, Im happy to announce that I will be joining the #LuckyBlockArmy as an Official Brand Ambassador!
— Florian Marku 👑 (@FlorianMarku92) April 27, 2022
Upon becoming an ambassador for Lucky Block, Marku said: “I am very happy to be working with my new crypto partners Lucky Block.
“I have always been fascinated by new technology and new ways of pushing the limits – and pushing myself to the limits is what I do at training camp and in the ring. Lucky Block crypto and Marku fit like a glove.
“I believe in working hard to make dreams come true and helping others too. Lucky Block wants to do the same and I’m happy to help them with some killer upper cuts and precision jabs to floor the competition.”
Lucky Block are part of the blockchain revolution that is sweeping through nearly every digital sector imaginable.
Their aim is to offer users the chance to be a winner every single time – its platform pays a token reward of 10% of every jackpot to token holders, whether or not they buy a draw ticket. Moreover, players will be giving to charity in the process – 10% of every jackpot also goes to charity.
Built on blockchain technology, the decentralised nature of the network provides more transparency than conventional platforms and offers holders of their LBLOCK token a greater chance to become winners.
Lucky Block’s CEO Scott Ryder also shared his thoughts after securing the deal, he said: “Together, Lucky Block and Florian Marku can beat the odds and show the world that with hard work anyone can achieve their dreams.We think Florian Marku and Lucky Block are a match made in Albania that will take the world by storm.
“Lucky Block thanks Florian for taking a shot with Lucky Block and we look forward to a mutually beneficial relationship. Of course we want to project our brand, but we also believe that decentralised networks are a win-win for consumers.
“In that vein, we hope to educate Florian’s fan base, other boxing fans as well as those beyond the fight scene, about the benefits of crypto, while showing the world how charitable giving can be supported as part of the mix.”