The agreement will see the Koda logo displayed on the front of the club’s men's and women's first team home shirt and the women’s second team shirt – including a unique QR Code on the arm – for seasons 2021/22 and 2022/23.
Slough Town wore the shirt for the first time in the friendly match vs Arsenal which finished 2-0 to the Rebels in front of a crowd of 1,348 at Arbour Park, Slough.
Developed by SummitBC, Koda will be the native cryptocurrency on a new trading platform called SummitSwap, which the company is preparing to launch. The company offers online learning sessions on how to safely buy cryptocurrency while SummitSwap and all of our projects aim to protect investors against extortion and fraud.
James Gale, CEO of SummitBC and Koda Cryptocurrency, said: "I am extremely excited about this new partnership, not only because Slough Town is a local football team who I have followed for many years but also because it represents a huge milestone in the Koda journey, which is still only three months old.
"Our mission is to make cryptocurrency accessible to everyone, not just the few. Our T.E.E. model is testament to that and is the foundations we have built ourselves on. I truly believe that there is a lot of undiscovered potential in the market we work in – this is only the beginning."
Craig Edwards, Vice Chairman of Slough Town F.C., said: "We are very excited to have Koda as our home shirt sponsor, they are a young and exciting company and we look forward to a long and fruitful relationship."