According to recent reports, football legend Cristiano Ronaldo underwent a lie detector test administered by Binance, during which he gave certain intriguing responses.
Ronaldo Acknowledges Owning NFTs
While not saying which NFTs he owned, Ronaldo acknowledged having them. He also made a suggestion that he may possibly buy more NFTs in the years to come.
He replied, “Yes,” when asked if he owned NFTs, and the lie detector verified his claim to be true. When he was asked if he was going to release more NFTs in the future, the answer was positive.
About his Soccer career, he responded to yes-or-no questions, such as “Will Portugal win the World Cup?” Additionally, “Will you still be playing at your highest level in your 40s?”
Ronaldo responded yes to the question if the bicycle kick was his best goal of all time, but it was detected as a lie. Ronaldo responded by stating once more that he thought the goal was his greatest and explained that other goals would not always fit into categories like the “most difficult” and “most beautiful.”
Reactions to the Binance Lie Detector Test
The soccer megastar’s subjection to the lie detector test sparked various reactions and speculations from the cryptocurrency community about Binance’s objectives.
Moreover, this lie detector test follows just two months since launch of the second edition of his non-fungible token (NFT) collection on Binance, titled “Forever CR7: The GOAT.”
Binance and Ronaldo’s Multi-Year Partnership
In the course of time, many players have partnered with several crypto exchanges and being in the line, Ronaldo joined Binance in June 2022 as a prominent partner as they both aim to encourage participation in Web3.0 tasks.
As reported by TheCoinRise, the multi-year agreement with the five-time Balon D’Or winner was going to involve both parties developing NFT collections that are just going to be offered for sale on the Binance NFT marketplace. Ronaldo released his first NFT collection, dubbed “CR7” and includes seven animated statues with four rarity levels, in November following his endorsement in June of last year.