Voyager Digital will become a crypto brokerage partner of the National Women’s Football League
The crypto trading platform Voyager Digital has reached an agreement with the National Women’s Football League (NWSL) to provide crypto education and financial support to players.
In Tuesday’s announcement, Voyager Say As part of a multi-year agreement, it will become the alliance’s first cryptocurrency brokerage partner. The trading platform stated that a “substantial” investment will fund the crypto accounts of roster players. Starting in 2022, NWSL is expected to have 12 teams, so up to 312 players can benefit from the Voyager partnership.
Marla Messing, interim CEO of NWSL, said: “Voyager’s investment in the alliance is particularly innovative because we have designed a partnership to provide each of our players with direct financial resources and the ongoing revolution in digital assets. Education for sexual change.”
As part of the deal with Voyager, one player from each team of NWSL will act as an ambassador, participate in educational activities and create encryption-related content. The exchange said it will provide “key courses and tools” designed to help athletes obtain long-term financial growth opportunities after their sports career.
As the space expands, many crypto companies and platforms have established partnerships with sports organizations around the world, and it seems that it has become more profitable to be a sponsor. Voyager is already a crypto broker and international Partner of the Dallas Mavericks basketball team After the October transaction.The crypto derivatives exchange FTX also announced that it has Become an official sponsor Major League Baseball June.
Voyager Digital was established in 2018 and currently provides more than 60 digital asset transactions on its mobile app, including services such as yield agriculture. In October, the platform announced that it had Received an investment of 75 million U.S. dollars From Alameda Research, an encrypted quantitative trading company and liquidity provider.