Crossmint launches Wallet-as-a-Service for NFT use cases.

Web3 infrastructure firm Crossmint is launching a wallet-as-a-service (WaaS) for non-fungible tokens (NFTs), in order to assist businesses in integrating simplified, interoperable blockchain technologies into their current products and services.

The NFT WaaS tech stack enables companies to create smart contracts and send NFTs via email, as well as produce wallets for NFT collectors. The white-label product also enables users to connect their wallets to third-party sites with the use of decentralized application (dapp) services Wallet Connect or Crossmint Connect.

Furthermore, the Crossmint WaaS enables users to buy NFTs in fiat. The service was previously offered to companies including airline airBaltic, energy drink Red Bull, technology company ASUS, and alcohol giant Diageo, and is now being rolled out to the public.

Rodri Fernandez Touza, CEO and co-founder of Crossmint, told blockchain that the Web3 user experience is still “cumbersome and unreliable,” which Crossmint’s WaaS hopes to address. “This product offers all of the power of Web3 but removes all the complexity by abstracting the blockchain completely from users,” said Fernandez Touza. “We expect this product to help onboard and retain more users by creating seamless interoperable experiences accessible to everyone.”

Crossmint has previously collaborated with brands and players across the Web3 arena to help facilitate NFT infrastructure. In June, rapper Snoop Dogg released a dynamic NFT collection that evolves alongside his tour and uses Crossmint as the NFT payment processor to accept fiat payments and for custodial services.

Edited by Rosie Perper.

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