NFTpay, is a platform built on the Miami-based Web3 that allows buying and selling NFTs between users with credit cards. Now, they confirmed that they will have a new tool, as, projects on the Polygon network will be supported.
Florida, Miami-basedNFTpay announced that projects created on the Polygon blockchain will now be compatible with the Web3 services platform. This NFTpay integration will enable the addition of a credit card option for buyers in non-fungible token marketplaces, generative collections, creators of NFTs and websites selling NFTs.
This new service aims to incorporate non-native Web3 cryptocurrency users, as they found that there are users who want to buy NFTs, but do not use cryptocurrency services, therefore, NFTpay will facilitate the purchase and sale of non-fungible tokens with credit cards.
NFTpay already works with other blockchains such as Ethereum, Algorand, Solana, Binance Smart Chain, Avalanche, EOS, Cronos, among others. In addition, this platform makes it easy for marketplaces, collections of up to 10,000 NFTs and websites selling non-fungible tokens to accept credit card payments.
NFTpay commented on this new tool that will accept projects created in Polygon and said that any seller who wants to create NFTs will be able to do so by entering the basic details of the project and adding a single line of code for the tool to work. They also added that according to studies they conducted there are 90% of users who are interested in obtaining different types of NFTs, but do not own cryptocurrencies, nor do they have a crypto wallet created. Consequently, they cannot buy non-fungible tokens.
Now, with the credit card system, the doors are open for those who want to acquire an NFT and it simplifies the buying and selling process for both customers and sellers.
On the other hand, they have also confirmed that although the last blockchain to be added was Polygon, they will soon be able to enjoy blockchains such as Cardano and Casper, as they are the next to be added to NFTpay.
NFTpay is a promising project in the non-fungible token industry, as they have reduced the time-consuming processes of mining and minting NFTs. NFTpay’s architecture is capable of processing thousands of exchanges simultaneously and the instant identity verification allows for much faster sales than other platforms.
Also, so far it has a robust security system that has been trouble-free since its launch, as all customers are thoroughly and securely vetted. In addition, NFTpay manages to cover all legalities, therefore, distributors of NFTs should not worry about those aspects.
Finally, NFTpay works for both mobile devices and computers, making it easy for anyone interested in NFTs to get one in just a few steps.
This new NFTpay credit card is already integrated with the blockchains I named above and now Polygon is added.
Polygon, has strongly established itself in the ecosystem as the most promising Ethereum scalability project. This is due to its development team that is highly skilled and seeks to find ways to be able to provide solutions and tools that facilitate the growth of the network.
An NFTpay executive said that the expertise behind the team continues to be the driving force behind Polygon as one of the best blockchains in the ecosystem. He ended by saying that he hopes that with this new implementation it can simplify the lives of buyers and sellers of non-fungible tokens within NFTpay.
Moreover, since restarting the website of NFTpay with their connection and advice have confirmed that sales within the project have grown by 35%.
In addition, NFTpay allowed projects like Elysium Club to connect with new potential customers who are not yet part of the crypto ecosystem itself.
Finally, CryptoGala benefited, as, they were able to collaborate, invent and develop NFT passes that consumers purchased with credit cards for the first time.
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Written by Luciano Garriga (TW:@luchogarriga) for NFT Express