The National Women’s Football League (NWSL) has signed a multi-year agreement with the encryption platform Voyager Digital to become the latest league to enter the field.
What does this deal mean for all involved
As one of the fastest growing crypto platforms, Voyager has now entered this level of football for the first time, which is big news for those who pay close attention to the Voyager platform and tokens. CEO Steve Ehrlich was interviewed by CNBC last week. He talked about the excitement of entering a new world and connecting people in cryptocurrencies through sports.
“We think this is an opportunity to truly interact with NWSL players, fans and the community in an unprecedented way,” said Voyager CEO Steve Ehrlich. “What really interests me is participating in women’s sports. This is a very important aspect for us, because we think this is a market suitable for education, and it is also through encryption to make these women more financially stronger in the future. Opportunity to gain a foothold.”
Ehrlich added: “We are very proud to work with NWSL, especially to help the league develop and provide its players with encryption education and direct financial support to pay with encryption,”. “We firmly believe in the future of these players and the league, and we can’t wait to start. NWSL interim CEO Marla Messing said in a statement.” Voyager’s investment in the league is particularly innovative because we have designed our partners together. The relationship provides each of our participants with direct financial resources and education about the revolutionary changes that digital assets are undergoing,”
Voyager's token, VGX, has not responded dramatically to the news around the NWSL partnership, but looks to be finding a new support level. | VGX-USD on TradingView.com
Goal through football
Many other sports franchises and teams have recently partnered with specific wallets, exchanges, and companies focused on blockchain. The reason why it is so special is that women’s football will be the focus of Voyager’s promotion of sports, especially considering the recent growth of NWSL. In the male-dominated field of encryption, this partnership will help further develop more women to participate in encryption.
Women’s sports are kept in the dark, but women’s football happens to be something that has not been seen recently. At the end of his conversation with CNBC, Steve Ehrlich made more statements about the importance of this transaction.
Ehrlich stated that as part of the transaction, “a significant portion” of Voyager’s investment in NWSL will create a fund that will be distributed to each player and deposited into their own personal Voyager encrypted account, but declined to provide specific financial details. Details. Players will also receive financial education about encryption from Voyager.