Former England rugby captain Dallaglio now adviser to Caduceus

Retired player “obvious choice” for adviser role said Caduceus Metaverse Protocol

Lawrence Dallaglio at the 2022 Heineken Champions Cup Final, at Stade Velodrome, Marseille, France                                 
Lawrence Dallaglio is now the strategic global adviser for Caduceus Metaverse Protocol (CMP) - Photo: Getty Images
                                

Lawrence Dallaglio, the retired English rugby union player and former England captain, is now the strategic global adviser for Caduceus Metaverse Protocol (CMP), the world’s first metaverse protocol.

In a statement, Caduceus said signing Dallaglio – who was inducted into the World Rugby Hall of Fame in 2016 – was part of its quest to introduce Web 3.0 technology to the public.

Caduceus said Dallaglio “has genuine legend status in the game of rugby” as well as being a “respected businessman having founded several successful ventures and also works as a prominent pundit for BBC and BT Sports”.

The metaverse company went on to add Dallaglio was the “obvious choice” for this role as he holds the “unique ability to engage with his audience alongside respect from his peers”.

‘Itching to find the right Web 3.0 project’

Dallaglio said: “I’ve been itching to find the right project to work on in the Web 3.0 space. I’ve had many approaches recently, but nothing looked credible. I’m only interested in working with the best in class. The team at Caduceus stood head and shoulders above the others, this is going to be a very exciting journey.”

Tim Bullman, co-founder and CEO of Caduceus, said: “It took time to find the right person for this important advisory role, we needed a good business head as well as being respected in the sports world. Lawrence is the perfect fit for us. We expect to have a lot of fun with this project, as well as being fully focused on education where possible.”

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