Chains.com, a developer of a stack of interconnected cryptocurrency and NFT products for retail users and SMBs, has announced a strategic partnership with Indacoin, the international fiat-to-crypto exchange company. As part of the collaboration, Chains now accepts major credit cards Visa and Mastercard as payment options for its native platform, expanding the availability of its $CHA token to millions of cardholders globally.
Joining forces with Indacoin allows Chains to boost its fiat payment capabilities. By enabling credit card payment options directly on the platform, Chains brings the total number of supported payment methods to thirteen. Chains Launchpad already supports BTC, ETH, BNB, TRON (TRX), MATIC, USDT, USDC, and DAI. In addition, SHIB, ApeCoin, and DOGE are accepted through the CoinBase payment gateway.
The number of users in the crypto market doubled over the past year, showing clear signs that the industry is only in its infancy and constantly evolving. With over 100 million users trading cryptocurrencies and digital assets, Chains.com delivers a roster of interconnected, user-friendly products on a single multi-chain platform.The project already boasts 500 thousand registered users in over 100 countries and is designed to allow users to participate in blockchain-based products (CeFi, NFT, and DeFi) without having to understand the underlying technologies. With over 60 thousand users applying to its $CHA token whitelist during the presale phase, token holders benefit from increased referral rewards, fee rebates, discounts on token sales, as well as exclusive staking-based access to features and events taking place on the platform.
“We at Indacoin are delighted to team up with a visionary team like Chains.com,” says Anvar Sidorov, Partnerships Director at Indacoin. “Their incredible user uptake shows that they are meeting a real demand through their innovative platform, and we’re thrilled to be part of the journey.”
“Allowing our users to purchase cryptocurrency using credit cards on the Chains Launchpad has always been a priority for us,” says Anderson Mccutcheon, Founder and CEO of Chains, “Indacoin is a great partner to work with, and we’re looking forward to using their payment system during the $CHA token sale.”