NFTs are taking over the world of digital finance. Big companies like Visa are taking note of it. Visa recently purchased CryptoPunk’s NFT token collection worth nearly $150,000. Now, Wallester, a company from Estonia that is a partner of Visa, has also decided to follow the trend.
Wallester.com has just bought 33 tokens from the AstroFrens digital token collection. Each token features a unique image of an astronaut bull. Wallester’s entire purchase cost around $14,000 or 5 ETH.
Wallester’s business model works by capitalizing on its partnership with Visa and providing white label card payment services to the clients. Wallester clients are able to use physical and digital cards to manage their finances. Wallester also provides business finance solutions. It manages employee payments and the payments made for different regular business processes to make an enterprise more effective and successful.
It has recently expanded its services into the crypto sphere by collaborating with different countries which are a part of the European Economic Area. Wallester is quickly carving out a place for itself in digital business finance with important crypto brands like DigitMoney and Scallop becoming its clients.
As per public statements from a Wallester representative, it wants to support Astro Frens, as it considers the latter to be a small company with a good idea. The token purchase from the Astro Frens collection shows Wallester’s interest in developing the NFT industry. The upper management at Wallester is putting a lot of faith in the future returns on investments from NFTs. It believes in the future growth potential of NFTs and even has plans to start personalized financial payment cards service for crypto clients in the future.
Wallester is an exciting young company, and it is also a partner of the established global brand Visa. Both these companies showing faith in the non-interchangeable NFT economy points to the fact that NFTs are going to remain one of the dominant features of the digital finance market in the coming years.