The new deal sees CoinSpot continuing as principal partner of the Club’s AFL team.
The deal extends to include the Bulldogs’ AFLW side and marks the first time the same principal partner has occupied the back of the guernsey across both teams.
Western Bulldogs and CoinSpot renew partnership
The partnership extension coincides with another significant milestone for CoinSpot having now onboarded 2 million customers to the platform, doubling its user base in six months.
CoinSpot founder Russell Wilson said, “Being involved with the Bulldogs during 2021 has really shown why both their on-field and off-field teams are the best in the business.”
“We are happy to extend our partnership with the Western Bulldogs and especially to add the AFLW team for the upcoming seasons. To be the first sponsor across major assets to support both the AFL and AFLW Western Bulldogs teams is a fantastic outcome.”
Established in 2013, CoinSpot is an Australian cryptocurrency exchange and is the country’s most popular platform to buy and trade Bitcoin and over 300 other cryptocurrencies.
Western Bulldogs happy with CoinSpot’s support
“We’re thrilled to be continuing our partnership with CoinSpot for a further two years and extend our thanks to Russell and the CoinSpot team for such a strong show of support in the football Club as a whole,” said The Western Bulldogs’ Chief Executive Officer Ameet Bains.
“While the partnership remains in its infancy, we’re incredibly excited to be collaborating with such a progressive and innovative company, and with the view to creating new engagement opportunities and experiences for our members, fans and wider Bulldogs community.
“For CoinSpot to take such a strong position across both our men’s and women’s programs represents a great vote of confidence in the football Club and the journey that we’re on.”
To celebrate the partnership extension, CoinSpot is offering existing and new customers a chance to win $10,000 in Bitcoin and a Western Bulldogs signed guernsey.