Banxa Infrastructure Powers AtomicHub’s Launchpad And Ultraman Collectibles Drop
2023 is beginning to show promise for the blockchain ecosystem – and particularly for NFTs. A recent DappRadar report found that NFT trading volumes hit $2 billion in February, the highest on record since May of 2022.
To make NFTs even more accessible, last week Banxa’s trusted partner AtomicHub released Launchpad, a new initiative that allows major global brands, games and collectibles companies to partner with AtomicHub to create and hold primary NFT sales, including a ‘phygital’ option for consumers to exchange digital tokens for physical items.
Banxa’s innovative NFT Checkout infrastructure powers Launchpad, providing users with a seamless, frictionless and faster process to purchase NFTs. Banxa’s API allows users to create NFT orders immediately through its plug and play solution. The 4-step approach enables developers to easily embed an NFT checkout into their application to increase conversion rates and give customers an improved user experience. Credit card, Apple Pay and Google Pay payment methods, on top of compliant checkout features and fraud protection, are all available via a single API integration.
AtomicHub’s first Launchpad partner was well-known collectibles manufacturer Beast Kingdom, in collaboration with special effects studio Tsuburaya Productions and blockchain protocol specialists RE:DREAMER. Together, the team launched an exclusive line of phygital NFTs based on popular Japanese superhero Ultraman. Check out the full collection available here.
For more information on how Banxa can power NFT purchases across Web3, get in touch with Banxa’s Growth team here.