Monarch Token Sponsors TriStar Motorsports' Car 72 with Driver Corey LaJoie for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series in the Kentucky, New Hampshire and Pocono Races.
Monarch Token Outraces Crypto Competitors
A percentage of Monarch’s security token is backed with silver, and the wallet allows recurring payments similar to utility bills with a system that has largely eluded all other platforms. Major blockchain pioneers and businesses, including Listia and Genesis Vision among others, are now integrating with Monarch’s wallet to begin deploying it’s robust cold and hot secure storage, multi-token tracking and recurring payments system.
TriStar Motorsports is Legendary for Engine Platforms
Just like TriStar Motorsports leads with the top engine platform, Monarch’s wallet platform delivers more power by working with the most popular cryptocurrencies, more features including cold or hot storage with recurring payments, and better performance than competitors by easily integrating with merchants.
Monarch Token Brand to Reach Over 10 Million Fans of NASCAR
Monarch, TriStar Motorsports, Driver Corey LaJoie and the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series – A Winning Combination
Driver Corey LaJoie is the son of 1996 and 1997 Xfinity Series champion Randy Lajoie and has progressed steadily through the ranks from his start in professional racing at 17 years old. Combining Corey LaJoie’s racing pedigree, with TriStar Motorsports’ advanced engine designs, and Monarch’s sponsorship at three major race venues helps to bring NASCAR fans into Monarch’s unique platform while helping Corey continue his racing success.
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