No matter what an individual’s interest may be in today’s digital asset world, a new crypto marketplace and platform called Earnity may be the one-stop solution they are looking for.
According to the makers of the new platform, some modern online users are looking for the newest developments regarding the metaverse. Others are searching for the latest non-fungible tokens or NFTs. Still, others might be interested in learning about decentralized finance, DeFi, or layer one protocols for blockchain. With the new platform, they can find the themed collections, commentary, and up-to-date crypto-related news they are looking for all in one place.
“Earnity” is also the startup’s name that created the platform; Domenic Carosa founded this business, also being the founder and chair of Banxa Holdings—a processor of fiat-crypto payments for today’s digital asset world. Carosa also founded and chairs Apollo Capital, an investment fund that focuses on cryptocurrency. A global team of business executives with crypto, fintech, and blockchain experience at top institutions currently lead Earnity. They hail from credited institutions from Google to Western Union, Visa, JPMorgan, Abra, Okcoin, eBay, and even PayPal.
One of the biggest draws of the crypto market is digital assets such as bitcoin are easily and quickly converted into real cash without affecting market prices. In other words, bitcoin is highly liquid. This liquidity ultimately leads to increased accuracy in technical analysis, better pricing, and quicker transaction times for those trading in this type of asset.
However, of the concerns that investors may have when working with bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, trading in these currencies may not be secure. Fortunately, Earnity’s leaders have spent an extended amount of time in fintech, so they have firsthand experience detecting digital fraud. They also understand how it feels to suffer losses due to this type of sophisticated theft. As a result, users can securely tap into the liquidity of their favorite cryptocurrencies when using the startup’s new platform for trading in the coming weeks.