, the international cryptocurrency platform, has been named as a founding partner of Angel City FC, the expansion franchise that is set to join the US National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL).

Through the agreement, becomes the official cryptocurrency and NFT partner of the Los Angeles-based team. claims the deal makes it the first major cryptocurrency platform to partner with a women’s professional sports team.

The partnership will allow to increase awareness of and access to cryptocurrency, blockchain, and Web3 technologies.

It will collaborate with Angel City on community programs, financial equity, and social impact initiatives. joins the likes of Birdies, Heineken, Jane Walker, Klarna, Gatorade, and Curateur as a partner to the team.

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Julie Uhrman, president and co-founder at Angel City, added: “Partnering with was a natural fit given their leadership in the space and mission to level the playing field with crypto.

“We are excited to work with them to educate our community and players on crypto and allow our players to use the power of NFTs to connect with and create a deeper relationship with their fans.”

Last month, sealed a 20-year naming rights deal for Los Angeles’ Staples Center worth a reported $700 million.

The deal, which takes effect from December 25, will see the venue become known as the Arena.