BTSE, an integrated digital asset spot and derivatives exchange, has announced the launch of a new B2B white label solution. The cutting-edge solution will allow organizations to easily set up a platform to create, buy, and sell NFTs.
The exchange developed the innovative NFT solution in collaboration with UnitLondon, a contemporary art gallery in London’s Mayfair.
BTSE NFT: A first of its kind solution
A first of its kind solution, the BTSE NFT White Label Solution offers comprehensive fiat multi-currency support. Using BTSE’s wallet technology, it enables users to easily deposit money from fiat accounts. Furthermore, it supports debit and credit cards, along with SEPA, FPS, and SWIFT payment networks.
Using a single multi-asset wallet, users can easily hold and convert fiat, cryptocurrencies, and NFTs, within their wallet. The wallet supports 19 fiat currencies and major cryptocurrencies. The ability to easily convert assets allows buyers and collectors to manage their portfolio, without the hassle of using multiple wallets.
“We are delighted to launch the BTSENFT White Label Solution with Unit London, a collaboration that will pave the way for other clients exploring new opportunities in digital assets,” said Jonathan Leong, Founder of BTSE. “The solution’s crypto-fiat multi-currency wallet speaks to the strength in convenience that users will enjoy.”
Moreover, thanks to BTSE’s rigorous security standards, the BTSE NFT solution offers users a safe and secure platform.
Another attractive feature of the platform is its straightforward onboarding process. This means that BTSE clients can reach out to a wider market of people who may not be well acquainted with crypto.
In addition, the platform comes with a customizable launch page and sales mechanism. Users can also create their profile and showcase their collections. Meanwhile, users can explore NFT sales on a secondary sales marketplace.
Hopping on the NFT bandwagon
NFTs have been making headlines for the last couple of months. It is also predicted to dominate the art world for years to come.
From artists and brands to celebrities, everyone seems to want a bite of NFTs. As celebrities like Snoop Dogg, Grimes, Eminem, and Paris Hilton released their respective NFTs, it garnered the attention of even non-crypto audiences.
This NFT boom is what propelled BTSE to develop an NFT platform. However, it aims to improve the current difficulties associated with NFTs through its fiat-crypto and off-ramps features. The NFT platforms powered by BTSE’s white label solution can ease some of the difficulties that people face while using cryptocurrency wallets.
BTSE has also consulted experts in the NFT market to design its white label solution. This includes Marlon Flohr of Bassjackers, the world’s top 29-ranked DJ duo, who has released a number of NFT collections. Some of the others BTSE consulted are Popular NFT artist piplpleasr and Mechanism Capital co-Founder Andrew Kang.
BTSE added that several creators have expressed interest in BTSE’s white-label platform. Going forward, it hopes to bridge mainstream audiences with NFT digital assets.
“The versatility in customizing for virtually any market will be attractive for our clients’ NFT projects offering a spectrum of creative works,” Leong said. “We think people will be as excited as we are by the many possibilities – as seen already through the new bridge built between the art world and tech.”