Crypto and NFT Platform Chains.com Starts Accepting Payment via Visa and Mastercard
Chains.com, a marketplace for cryptocurrencies and non-fungible tokens, has teamed with the fiat-to-cryptocurrency exchange Indacoin to include Visa and Mastercard as mode of payment. Through such an agreement, Chains.com intends to increase the liquidity of its CHA cryptocurrency and add a maximum of thirteen approved forms of payment to its portal. The Chains Launchpad now accepts BTC, ETH, BNB, TRON (TRX), MATIC, USDT, USDC, and DAI, while the CoinBase payment gateway accepts SHIB, ApeCoin, and DOGE.
Executives from Chains.com have noted in a media statement that enabling people to buy cryptocurrencies utilizing credit cards on the Chains Launchpad has long been a key objective, and that they’re excited to employ Indacoin’s funding mechanism for the CHA token sale.
Over 100 million people trade cryptocurrencies and other digital assets on Chains.com, more than 500,000 account holders from over 100 countries. During the presale process, over sixty thousand persons registered for the CHA token whitelist, per Chains. These owners are entitled to fee refunds, token sales reductions, and enhanced referral incentives.
As per time.com, the count of cryptocurrency market participants has doubled in the last year, indicating the industry’s growth and evolution. Chains.com emphasizes the usage of user-friendly services and the reduction of the learning experience for Web3 and bitcoin product customers. As per coingeek.com, novice users may find it challenging to comprehend cryptocurrencies since there is no clear educational route, making it impossible to monitor their development.
As per the same publication, crypto may be comprehended via a functional description of the program or as an economic structure in which each individual behaves based on the benefits they are promised.
The Chains.com network enables customers to engage in blockchain-centered products (CeFi, NFT, and DeFi) without knowing the fundamental technology. Their recent introduction of Visa and Mastercard as conventional payment methods is intended to make it simpler for new customers to embrace cryptocurrencies, including CHA token.