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Media companies, sports teams divided over accepting crypto ads amid regulatory confusion

When hockey fans watch the Montreal Canadiens play at the Bell Centre this season, they see a new advertisement on the ice. Alongside stalwarts like Ford, Coca-Cola and CIBC, the logo of Singapore-based cryptocurrency-trading platform Crypto.com is visible in a corner of the rink, as well as on the boards.

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