Manchester City ends partnership with mysterious crypto firm 3Key Technologies



Manchester City Ends Partnership With Mysterious Crypto Firm 3Key Technologies After Just Two Months Because Company Executives Did NOT Appear in Online Searches











Manchester City are set to end their partnership with a mysterious cryptocurrency firm.

The start-up 3Key Technologies was announced as an “official regional partner” two months ago. But the Premier League champions were quick to put the deal on hold after it emerged that company executives were not easily found online.

Sportsmail understands that City – which claims to have done their due diligence on the company – is now poised to sever ties with 3Key.

Manchester City have suspended mysterious partnership with 3Key Technologies

The start-up 3Key Technologies was announced as an “official regional partner” two months ago

The start-up 3Key Technologies was announced as an “official regional partner” two months ago

The company reportedly launched a product in the coming months and signed a deal with City focused on remote areas of the UK.

But questions have been raised about 3Key after the company’s executives failed to appear in relevant internet searches.

City’s business momentum has accelerated in recent years, with the club listing 30 global partners and 16 more in specific regions on its official website.

Emirates Palace, an Abu Dhabi-based five-star hotel operated by Mandarin Oriental and owned by the local government, was added to its business list earlier this week.

City announced on Tuesday the “official partner of luxury hotels” and has already used its facilities as a base during training camps.

City maintains it has done due diligence on the business, but is now ready to sever ties with it

Pep Guardiola’s side are expected to stay at Emirates Palace later this month if the scheduled warm-weather training break continues.

The Emirates Palace logo is now featured on the club’s training kit sleeve alongside Expo 2020 Dubai, with the club promoting the ‘new threads’ on its website.

Among those lineups were four academy graduates – Cole Palmer, James McAtee, Romeo Lavia and Luke Mbete – who are hoping for a chance in Friday’s FA Cup third round match in Swindon Town.

Meanwhile, City are considering offering Sergio Aguero an ambassadorial role at the club after his sudden retirement.

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