Slope Finance is a mobile cryptocurrency wallet. It’s the first wallet of its kind on the Solana network. Recently, Slope Finance has announced a partnership with MoonPay - a crypto payment solution company. The wallet will start accepting fiat payments, which is also the first venture of its kind, on the Solana ecosystem.
This is great news for around 250,000 users of Slope Finance, and offers easy access to everything from traditional cryptocurrency and crypto token purchases, all the way to non-fungible token (NFT) acquisition.
Specifically, Slope’s partnership with MoonPay will allow crypto enthusiasts to bypass the often-tedious crypto-to-crypto acquisition processes. Instead, users will be able to use their native fiat currencies (or Apple Pay) to purchase the crypto assets that they’d want.
The CEO of MoonPay, Ivan Soto-Wright, pointed out:
“From the very beginning, MoonPay has worked to simplify fiat-to-crypto transactions so that more people can have access to this remarkable technology. Partnering with leaders in the mobile space such as Slope is a giant step in this direction, and we’re delighted to see where it leads us."
The timing of this partnership seemingly couldn’t have been better, either. The news comes right at the time when the general market interest in NFTs is at its peak - with Slope FInance offering its users NFT minting and leveraging features, as well as floor prices, the integration with MoonPay will allow clients to access those aforementioned features in a much easier manner.
Slope is also very excited to have teamed up with MoonPay. The latter company has managed to become the highest-valued Series A project in the crypto scene, in just 2,5 years of its existence.
In order to learn more about Sloper Finance, you can visit the official website.
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