Since cryptocurrencies arrived on the scene 10 years ago, they have taken the economy by storm. Many institutions and buyers have shown increased interest in cryptos like Monero, Bitcoin, and Dogecoin, and many have already begun to buy them. Now, Earnity—a brand-new social-first cryptocurrency marketplace—is making it even easier to buy crypto, according to two of Earnity’s executives Dan Schatt and Domenic Carosa.
Today, the market is inundated with hundreds of cryptocurrency-related services and products and 15,000-plus crypto projects, thanks to the blockchain boom that is currently taking place. This means that the days of limited, expensive, and exclusive cryptocurrency exchanges are far behind us. Still, many buyers struggle to figure out how best to buy cryptocurrency, which is where Earnity comes into play.
With this platform, buyers can finally enjoy an accessible and open crypto community, where they can boost their understanding of the newest crypto assets, projects, and tokens. This is important given that cryptocurrency has an internal language/jargon barrier. In addition, it is difficult for newcomers to crypto to understand the various value propositions of different types of crypto. The marketplace’s user-driven, collection-oriented, and social-first content will help address this lack-of-education issue and thus resolve the currently massive cryptocurrency access bottleneck felt around the world. In addition, Earnity’s emphasis on security makes this the perfect avenue for those first-time crypto buyers.
However, new buyers seeking simple, single-click access to crypto aren’t the only ones who can benefit from the platform. Crypto purists with extensive industry experience will also find it invaluable. In fact, creatives who wish to publish blogs and share educational videos to grow their audiences can easily do this in the marketplace. All in all, with this secure and intuitive platform, a greater number of crypto enthusiasts can enjoy greater financial independence and sovereignty in 2022 and beyond, according to Dan Schatt and Domenic Carosa.