How to trade Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ethereum Classic at the trade show, according to the trades page
It’s a rare day in the life of a sports team when the team itself is involved in the bitcoin or Ethereum trade.
It happens every once in a while, when the NHL, or any other major league, gets in on the ground floor of a technology that might revolutionize their sport.
On Monday, for instance, the Vancouver Canucks were trading the rights to a new team logo for $500,000.
They’ll get that logo for free.
The logo will also be used on the team’s new jerseys and uniforms.
The trade was done in a closed session at the 2016 NHL Trade Show in Las Vegas, which was attended by representatives of both the NHL and the league’s Commissioner’s Office.
The trade was made in a separate transaction that was also held behind closed doors.
In that transaction, the Winnipeg Jets also traded for a team logo, but the deal was done at the request of the NHLPA.
The Winnipeg Jets, who play the New Jersey Devils this season, are one of the few teams that use Ethereum, the cryptocurrency that has gained traction as a hedge against the volatility of the stock market.
The Jets were interested in using Ethereum in their logo and uniforms because of the potential to create a more transparent way to market their team.
This is something the league has been exploring in the past.
Ethereum has been used to hedge against market volatility, such as the price of oil, in recent years.
This is not the first time the NHL has done a trade for a logo.
In November, the NHL announced it was acquiring the rights for a new logo for the Washington Capitals.
The team’s current logo, which has been the standard since 2006, has been in place for a few years now, although it has since been redesigned and redesigned again.
The logo for this season’s Capitals, however, is still going to be the Capitals’ name.
That means the team will be renamed the Capitals and it will be a trademark owned by the NHL.
The current logo was designed by the same team that produced the logo for hockey’s original logo, the St. Louis Blues.
The new logo is expected to debut in 2020.