AtomicHub recently announced collaborating with Banxa to promote NFTs. The development commenced with AtomicHub integrating Banxa’s NFT Checkout within its platform.
The functionality allows AtomicHub to offer users a smooth, quick, and seamless NFT purchasing experience. Developed on WAX, AtomicHub offers an NFT marketplace where users can list, trade, and purchase NFTs.
The platform aims to help NFT enthusiasts witness different NFT experiences. It works with multiple wallet features to connect with different blockchains. The latest integration will be crucial for AtomicHub as it will elevate its payment solutions severalfold.
It will streamline AtomicHub’s NFT purchasing process while offering an improved customer experience with better conversion.
In addition, the collaboration will enable benefits like:-
- Support for multiple payment methods, including Visa, Apple Pay, Google Wallet, MasterCard, and local methods
- Complete handling of regulatory compliance
- Zero fraud chargebacks
The platforms have decided to attract new users by proposing a 0% Banxa fees offer for the starting two weeks. Given the inherent features of AtomicHub, the initial offer will certainly bring a horde of NFT enthusiasts to the platform.
Holger Arians, the CEO of Banxa, commented on the recent integration. According to Arians, buying NFTs can be a harsh experience for customers globally. That is why Banxa is excited to form a partnership with AtomicHub, a pioneer that addresses the issues users face.
With Banxa’s NFT Checkout, the platform can reduce friction, allowing customers to purchase NFT using multiple global and local payment options. AtomicHub will also integrate Banxa’s fiat-to-crypto solution, helping users to buy $WAXP, WAX’s native crypto.
AtomicHub houses over 14 million registered wallets, 561 million dollars in trade volume, and 290 million NFTs. Banxa’s risk & compliance service and local payment options will boost these numbers even higher. At the same time, Banxa will also gain immense exposure from the partnership.