Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN partners with Kiba Inu
Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN will proudly partner with cryptocurrency coin Kiba Inu for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, the final race of the 2021 Formula One world championship.
A cryptocurrency coin aiming to revolutionise the sector’s industry by combining a wide range of crypto utilities with community drive and passion, Kiba Inu is backed up by an array of applications created by its own team of developers. Some of these include Kiba swap, the in-house dex; Kiba bridge, a network bridge unifying the blockchains; Kiba Gains, a portfolio tracker; Kiba Charts, analytical tools to study price action; Kiba Forno, a market-wide token tracker; and Kiba HP, a honeypot-identifying tool to help investors stay safe.
Kiba Inu’s distinctive branding will feature on the top of the sidepods of both Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN C41s this weekend, starting from today’s practice sessions.
Frédéric Vasseur, Team Principal of Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN: “Cryptocurrencies and decentralised finance are some of the latest markets that have garnered attention in recent years, and they represent a huge potential area to grow business. We are proud to partner with Kiba Inu, one of the most innovative and engaging companies within this sector, for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix and we hope this can be the first step of an interesting partnership. Like Kiba Inu, we are innovators and we believe there can be a lot of overlap between our companies when it comes to principles and best practices, something we are very keen to explore.”
A spokesperson of Kiba Inu added: “We are excited for what the future holds, we are working tirelessly on building our brand and bringing new features to the space, we are currently working on a Play-to-Earn gaming metaverse, a launchpad for other tokens and much more in development. Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN and KIBA have been innovating and refining their respective products since day one of their inception. It’s this relentless pursuit of excellence that leads us to proudly partner with Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN during the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.”