The logo of cryptocurrency company DigitalBits is back on Inter’s official website after it had been removed in response to the company’s nonpayment of the first tranche on their shit sponsorship deal.
This according to Italian news outlet FCInter1908, who report that the company’s logo is now back on the Nerazzurri’s site where it had been initially, which could suggest that there are positive developments in the situation.
DigitalBits are set to take over as Inter’s main shirt sponsor for next season, moving from their sleeve sponsorship last time around to replace Socios.com, but they have been late in their initial payment on the deal.
The Nerazzurri responded to this development by removing the company’s logo from the women’s team and Primavera team’s shirt, and there had even been some reports that suggested that the removal of the logo from the senior men’s team for Saturday’s Serie A opener against Lecce was not off the table.
However, the logo is now back on the club’s website, which could be taken as an indication that the situation is now calmer than it had been a few days ago when there was significant uncertainty.